Rachel Perciphone is an illustrator located outside of Philadelphia who portrays strong, diverse characters within fantastical and colorful worlds. She draws inspiration and symbolism from mythology, music, comics, fantasy and sci-fi. Throughout her work, she explores themes of empowerment, nature existing with the supernatural, and body positivity. Most of her pieces begin as pencil and ink drawings while the final painting is usually completed digitally. She graduated from Moore College of Art & Design in 2014 and continues her dedication to growth as an artist through mentorships, participation in gallery shows and conventions, freelance work, and most importantly, daily practice. She continues to push her creative boundaries to create a portfolio with a specific point of view that promotes confidence and showcases the idea that beauty and inner strength is both multifaceted and plentiful.
Recent Awards & Exhibitions:
Infected By Art Volume 6 - 2018
Honorary mention at the Phillustration Show - 2017
Society of Illustrators’ Student Exhibition - 2014
Recent Published Works:
"Knightmares" by G.A. Finocchiaro
"It Was Metal" - A Sound of Thunder's comic anthology
"Cosmic Love" - Red Stylo comic anthology inspired by Florence + The Machine
Most of the work displayed in my portfolio is available for licensing.
Please contact me for a quote.