An unknown illustrator #1 is the illustrator of Sweet ANN's boxart. ANN was deemed to have no official design. However, her boxart is a mid-20th century poster-styled painting of a blonde woman with curly hair and blue eyes. She is based on the "The Bride of Frankenstein."
Ash is the illustrator who redesigned the VOCALOID2 known as BIG AL. She's also contributed to Zero-G's SONiKA by creating mini comics for the character's website. They are done in English and Japanese.
Mario Wibisono (also known as Raynkazuya) is an Indonesian illustrator who was commissioned for SONiKA's boxart of her VOCALOID2 in 2009. He is an artist whose subject largely involves females, as he's dedicated himself to drawing them both in a hyper-realistic and fantasy style.
AkiGlancy (also known as EmpathP) is a producer and illustrator. She was commissioned by Zero-G and Yamaha as the artist of AVANNA, the Celtic VOCALOID. The artist has stated that she had a difficult and frustrating experience. Her end result was to please her clients and not to please the fandom. It is Zero-G and Yamaha that had the final say on the finished design. She thanked other artists for their input and encouragement.
Raimon Benach is a Spanish artist specializing in collage compositions. He was the illustrator who did the first concepts for Voctro Lab's VOCALOIDs Bruno & Clara. His designs were debuted in video uploads.
Rumple is a female Spanish artist who entered the art contest by Voctro Labs. Due to her design winning, it was chosen as the official boxart for their product. Recently, Rumple achieved some recognition ending as a runner-up in ALYS' contest.
Yusuke Kozaki (コザキ ユースケ; Yusuke Kozaki) is a Japanese illustrator and cartoonist. He was born on May 12, 1978. He has worked in the design and illustration of the characters for the NO MORE HEROES video games. He was the designer of the SF-A2 development code miki's VOCALOID avatar and the virtual idols Mee and Aw.
Contribution - AH-Soft's SF-A2 miki and Starchild's virtual duo, Meaw.
Okama is a Japanese manga artist, famous for illustrating Cloth Road, NO MORE HEROES video game (costume design), and various doujinshi works. He is the designer and illustrator of VOCALOID2 Nekomura Iroha by AH-Software. The character was originally created as a kittyler for the game 'Hello Kitty to Issho!' but was later turned into a VOCALOID - both original and VOCALOID illustrations are done by Okama. He also designed the VocaloIdols by DearStage.
Juu Ayakura (文倉十; Ayakura Juu) is the cover illustrator of popular series Spice and Wolf. He was commissioned to illustrate the VOCALOID Yuzuki Yukari as well as a promotional illustration for YAMAHA's ZOLA PROJECT.
Wasshi (わっしー), aka Shogo Washizu, was once a member of Crypton and made the illustration for MEIKO's VOCALOID1 boxart. On his blog profile, Wasshi asks for fans to continue to support MEIKO: "ボーカロイドMEIKOをよろしくお願い致しますm(_ _)m" (Thank you for your continued support to the VOCALOID MEIKO.)
Takashi Kawasaki (川崎 貴司; Kawasaki Takashi) is the Japanese illustrator of KAITO's boxart for VOCALOID1. Little about him is known so far, except that he is a member of Dorakue Kikaku (Project Dramatic Creation & Entertainment), a social network for the creators from various areas in Hokkaido.
KEI (ケイガロウ; Kei Garou) is a Japanese illustrator and cartoonist. He was born in Chitose, Hokkaido in April 1981, and started drawing fan works when he was a student. His watercolor-like moe style caught the notice of the publisher Dengeki Bunko, and he made his debut as an illustrator for the novel Kiseki no Hyougen. In 2007, Crypton requested him to draw an illustration for their first Character Vocal Series product Hatsune Miku. Crypton also provided KEI with detailed concepts. However, Crypton said it was not easy to explain what a "VOCALOID" was like to him, and KEI said he could not create an image of "singing computer" at first, as he did not even know what a "synthesizer" was. It took him more than a month to finish. His illustration supported the sale of this software and sparked the VOCALOID trend. His fame led to the following works for the Kagamines, Luka and Lily. He also designed galaco.
Because of his illustrations for VOCALOID, his style is often emulated in the western fandom, notably on deviantART.
Osamu (オサム) (also known as Jagabata) is an illustrator most notable for his Kagamine Rin and Kagamine Len Append boxart. Other than the Kagamines' boxart, he's provided illustrations to various composers and utaites from Piapro.
Zain's illustrations were used for the MikuMix.com website and by Toyota for the Corolla+Miku 2011 campaign ( magazine illustrations). She was commissioned in 2011 to create an image of Hatsune Miku posing with a black Toyota Corolla for the month of June. Zain was also the artist behind Hatsune Miku English's design.
iXima is an illustrator who works for Crypton. Fans consider her as the "next KEI." Besides KAITO, Miku, and MEIKO V3, she also drew her renditions of the other Crypton VOCALOIDs in an illustration book, as well as the cover art for Miku Flick/02.
Akio Watanabe (渡辺明夫; Watanabe Akio), also known as Poyoyon Rock, is a popular animator, character designer and animation director. His designs are widely known for being 'moe'. Some of his best-known works are The SoulTaker and Popotan.
Kentaro Miura (三浦 健太郎; Miura Kentaro) is a Japanese professional cartoonist and the illustrator for the VOCALOID2 product Gackpoid. He was born in Chiba Prefecture in July 1966. One of his most famous works is "Berserk", which won Tezuka Osamu Culture Prize and became a TV anime and computer game. He is a heavy viewer of Nico Nico Douga, something Internet Co. learned of and consequently requested him to draw an illustration for their product through the ad in the Nico Nico Douga time signal.
Masami Yuuki (ゆうきまさみ; Yuuki Masami), whose birth name is Shuji Sato (佐藤 修治; Sato Shuji), is a professional cartoonist and the illustrator for the VOCALOID2 product Megpoid. He was born in Sapporo, Hokkaido in December 19, 1957. He made his debut at the age of 22, but he didn't aim to be a professional cartoonist at first, and was working as a businessman while drawing cartoons as a subsidiary job. After he retired from his company, he made his career in the anime trend and the work Mobile Police Patlabor, released in April 1988, establishing his fame.
LAT is a popular 3Dmodeler who created the popularized LAT Miku. He later did commissions for official company's such as VOCALO Revolution and and EXIT TUNES. He created the model of CUL using the designs of Hitoro.
Contribution - VOCALO Revolution's CUL and EXIT TUNES Hiroyo ).
Hiroto Izumi (和泉ヒロト; Izumi Hitoro), (aka. Hiroto-P, deecloud) is a Japanese producer and main member of VOCALO Revolution. He is a lyrical writer and worked on "CUL makes Revolution!" and "Kimi,Boku,Kyorikan". While Hitoro is stated to be the designer and creator of CUL, it is unknown if he illustrated her officially.
Contribution - VOCALO Revolution's REV and Internet Co's CUL.
Nagimiso.SYS is an amateur illustrator who has actively participated in the VOCALOID fandom, creating works including some doujins and illustrations for numerous PVs as well as a promotional illustration for YAMAHA's ZOLA PROJECT.
Contribution - YAMAHA (Bplats') VY2, the wakizashi.
Manbou no Ane (マンボウの姉) is a female illustrator who won the 'VocaFes' contest for VY2, along with Rimiko, who won VY1's. As her name suggests, she is Ie no Ura de Manbou ga ShinderuP's sister. She also designed a pin for VY1v3's boxart, and created the concept design for VY2, Roro (66) as well as a promotional illustration for YAMAHA's ZOLA PROJECT.
Contribution - YAMAHA (Bplats') VY1v3, and winner of VY2's concept design and Aoki Lapis's outfit contest.
Ryuji Otani debuted in 2001 as an illustrator. His specialty is black-and-white artwork, and has various works produced in digital format. Many of his pieces are done in collaboration with products and apparel design, such as Adidas US. Sony, cards, SUZUKI of Resona Bank (France) Swift visual, and YAMAHA.
His clients are wide-ranging, such as his collaboration with BAG BARCOS.
Yamako is an illustrator who has contributed in several PVs. She is part of Honey Works, formed by the composer and Nico Singer Fernando-P (Gomu), and the guitarist Choris-P (Shito☆Raji). Among her notable works are the songs "Like, Dislike" and "Karakuri Pierrot". Despite been part of HoneyWorks, she also collaborated in PVs outside her group.
ideolo is a Chinese artist who refined the early designs of the VOCALOID CHINA characters and drew some of their official promotional illustrations. The artist is known for drawing mostly Touhou artwork.
In May 2015, the artist announced that he would cease using the name "ideolo" and the art style he had after he completed his final job.
November, also known as November Touming Xing (November透明星; November Tòumíng Xīng), is a Chinese illustrator who lives in the Beijing Dongcheng District and was born on November 23rd, 1985. He attended the Beijing Film Academy.
Contribution - Shanghai HENIAN and Quadimension's Stardust (original design and final designer).
VOFAN (ヴォーハン) is a professional illustrator from Taiwan. He is also well known in Japan. He has done illustrations for the Bakemonogatari series and is known to use pastel colors and barely creates outlines. He only uses different shades of color to create depth and to differentiate objects. He speaks Mandarin and English fluently, and can read Japanese.
Contribution - Power FX's Sweet ANN under E-Capsule's distribution. GYNOID's Xin Hua
KKUEM (꾸엠) is a female Korean illustrator and part time cosplayer. She is well known in Korea for her design and illustration of SeeU, and her recent illustrations of the card named ChunHyang (춘향) in mobile game called Kaku-San-Sei Million Arthur Korean version. She is also famous for her cosplaying history, and is married to one of the most famous game concept designers and illustrators in Korea, Kim Hyung-tae. Her artwork was also featured on a Toyota Corolla AX11 with Hatsune Miku as the subject in 2011.
Hiro Kanzaki (かんざきひろ Kanzaki Hiro) is a professional illustrator and cartoonist for Project 575's mascots. Hiro Kanzaki is known for illustrating Oreimo, a popular light novel series written by Tsukasa Fushimi. He is also a recognized trance composer and VOCALOID Producer under the pseudonyms of Hiroyuki ODA and Hanasoumen-P (often abbreviated as HSP).
119 (pronounced Hikeshi) is known as the former illustrator of the music group Supercell, formed in 2007. His relationship with the group began when Ryo (the lead musician) used one of 119's Hatsune Miku illustrations as a placeholder for the song Melt (メルト) without permission, leading to an apology from Ryo. However, 119 responded positively to both Melt and working with the upcoming musician, thus forming Supercell.
In February 2011, a contest called "Everyone's VOCALOID project" (みんなのボカロ計画) was announced by VocaFes and Yamaha. The contest was to create an original VOCALOID character, which would eventually become the winning avatar for the VOCALOID3 engine. The winners were announced in May 2011 and the chosen designs were of Suzune Ringu and Lui Hibiki, a VOCALOID pair. However, the original designs by the submitter's artwork were completely revised by 119. Along with Ring and Lui's refinements he also did refinements for Manbo no Ane's VY2, 66. He also refined Rimiko's version of VY1, Kobushi Kiku, and all the VocaFesta mascots.