Manuel Rebollo, is a Graphic Designer and Illustrator based in Salamanca, Spain. He studied Graphic Design at Salamanca Art School and currently works freelance in the field of design and illustration. Today, there is a growing interest in collecting and admiring original artwork that was used as illustrations in books, magazines, posters, etc. Various museum exhibitions, magazines and art galleries have devoted space to the illustrators of the past. In the visual art world, illustrators have sometimes been considered less important in comparison with fine artists and graphic designers. But as the result of computer game and comic industry growth, illustrations are becoming valued as popular and profitable art works that can acquire a wider market than the other two, especially in Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and USA. Original illustration art from the best known magazine illustrators is known to bring prices into the hundreds of thousands of US Dollars at auction. Norman Rockwell’s work transcends even these high standards, with his painting “Breaking Home Ties” selling in a 2006 Sotheby’s auction for USD15.4 million. The best-known pinup artists such as Gil Elvgren and Alberto Vargas also bring tremendous prices at auction, with a number of Elvgren’s works having sold for over USD100,000 in Heritage Auctions.