11. Nina Geometrieva (opens in new tab)
Berlin-based Nina Geometrieva is a visual artist that loves to work with colour. The often adorable characters she produces are packed full of inspirational techniques, as well as a wide range of bright and beautiful colours. She's always up for collaborations too!
12. Olga Protasova (opens in new tab)
Olga Protasova is Kiev-based freelance illustrator and graphic designer, at the moment happily focused on things she loves best: lettering and illustration. If you're a big fan of typography, you'll enjoy Protasova's illustrated output.
13. SAINER (opens in new tab)
SAINER is an illustrator based in Lodz, Poland. His work is beautifully abstract and is often showcased on the walls on his hometown in huge, inspiring fashion. His playful character designs will charm you instantly.
14. Eurico Luiz (opens in new tab)
Freelancer Eurico Luiz hails from Rio de Janeiro, and is an inspiring choice when it comes to comic illustrations. Taking inspiration from retro movies, his illustration output often incorporates other-worldly aspects and always exudes Luiz's signature style.
15. Natalia de Frutos Ramos (opens in new tab)
Natalia de Frutos Ramos is a Spanish illustrator that loves to work with pastel tones. Inspired by her favourite films, books and the ever-changing seasons, her illustration work is a breath of fresh air on a dreary, grey day. Check out her portfolio for some charming designs.
16. Wijtze Valkema (opens in new tab)
"I work from home, sitting in front of a magical designing machine that takes me to a world where bears ride tractors," says Dutch illustrator Wijtze Valkema. "I also draw other things." Those other things are sure to provide you with some of the best illustration inspiration we've come across.
17. Emma Jackson (opens in new tab)
Emma Jackson is a freelance illustrator and designer, currently living and working in Belfast. She studied illustration at Falmouth University before launching letterpress stationery brand Hunter Paper Co. Her visual language has developed from a love of simple, clean lines and block colours, as well as an obsession with all things handmade.
18. Jing Zhang (opens in new tab)
Born in China but now based in London, Jing Zhang creates "tiny worlds and small people" for a living. In 2016 she has spent four months travelling around the world, visiting different countries and cities and designing maps based on them. You can see the impressive results on her Behance portfolio.
19. Michael Kutsche (opens in new tab)
It's not hard to see why German artist Michael Kutsche has won awards for his illustrative work when looking at his awe-inspiring portfolio. Specialising in character design, his imaginative creations have led him to work on numerous feature films, including Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, Kenneth Branagh's Thor and Sam Raimi's Oz the Great and Powerful.
20. Steve Simpson (opens in new tab)
If you're not already following illustrative designer Steve Simpson, you're missing out. Based in Dublin, Ireland, Simpson has over 30 years' experience in the creative arts industry, during which time he's built up an incredible portfolio of work, most of which he shares with the world on Behance.
Next page: 21-30 in our list of amazing Behance portfolios