Philippines-based professional illustrator Kerby Rosanes works mainly with ink, fineliners and markers to illustrate his “doodle” world.
In 2014, Kerby left his job as a graphic designer from a local company to pursue his passion: creating more art for personal projects and for clients while collaborating with other artists, global brands and design agencies around the world. His distinct detailed ink drawings paved the way for him to amass a huge following online and be featured in various design blogs, international magazines and online art communities.
His body of work so far includes projects with Nike, Ford, Mazda, Warner Bros., Netflix, Ubisoft, Huawei, Harper Voyager, Original Penguin, Amazon UK, Barnes & Noble among others. At 27, Kerby has already published eight books including The New York Times best-seller, Animorphia in 2015, which is now available in 30 language editions in over 40 countries.
The success of his books paved the way for him to travel the world while making art and attending events including live TV appearances on BBC World News and ABC’s Good Morning America in 2016. Aside from attending book fairs, speaking in conferences and holding workshops around the world, he has also been part of various shows and exhibitions in the Philppines, Singapore, United Kingdon and USA.