Allison Kerek Williams

Allison Kerek Williams has been drawing across the USA her entire life. She grew up on the East Coast, spent many summers on the West Coast, and currently lives right in the middle of the country in Kansas City, Missouri. Working on this puzzle made Allison want to plan a trip around the globe - she’d want to ride a camel in Morocco, go on an expedition in Antarctica, and visit the Taj Mahal in India.

David Huang

He is a New York-based illustrator and designer who graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 2017 and he has been freelance illustrating in NYC since. He grew up in Taipei, Taiwan, and calls San Francisco his second home. He says: "Working on this puzzle was fun with lots of witty little scenes to draw, and it was wonderful to see it all come together."

Elliot Kruszynski

He is a London-based illustrator, who turns the everyday and mundane into fun and joy. He loves drawing all animals, but especially cats and worms. He says, “I experienced every one of these emotions while creating this puzzle, starting with confident and ending on silly.”

Hyesu Lee

Hyesu Lee is a Brooklyn-based illustrator, animator and muralist, originally from South Korea. In her work, she focuses on small moments in daily life and loves to record them. Hyesu says: “I am happy to create an illustration that has a greater purpose than the work itself. I had fun creating this puzzle, which I wish I had when I was a child."

Kev Gahan

He calls himself a “nomadic Anglo/Irish illustrator”, whose drawing style is known for its comedy, satire and comprehensive detail. While working on this puzzle, Kev says he learned all the names of the planets and their order in the Solar System.