Scampd – New website

where art meets commerce

Named after the humble Scamp, a rough sketch sometimes supplied at the start of an illustration assignment, Scampd exists to celebrate the rich, diverse, and criminally underused art of illustration in advertising and design. Art Directors, Designers, and Illustrators across the globe are warmly invited to submit work to be published on Scampd. It’s simple! Just send us screen-resolution images of the finished artwork along with the credits to If the artwork passes our stringent requirements it goes up. You get the credit and glory and sleep soundly, knowing that all is right in the world. Scampd can only exist with your contributions, so no matter what side of the creative fence you are on, please get in touch! Should we generate a captive audience through the site, we hope to add further features, such as articles, annual awards, and private jets. So show us what you’ve got! Pay us a friendly visit and submit your wares now!

madeleine stamer

Freelance artist Madeleine Stamer's contemporary illustration and works on paper comprise of gentle yet slightly surreal imagery that delivers an edgy punch. Her metaphoric style echoes imagery found in Mexican folklore such as the Day of the Dead. In the eighties she was involved in the emerging Melbourne underground graffiti and street art scene which she notes as having a huge influence on her art. Her distinctive free-hand drawing features rich decorative line, beautiful flowing patterns and quirky characters reminiscent of her childhood hero Miffy.

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