Chris Sanders has been with Disney for 20 years and is mostly known for his character designs for Lilo & Stitch. He also did the voice of the Stitch. Since then he's moved on to Dreamworks where he continues art directing, as well as some illustration, writing, artist work on the side.
Given his history with Disney and I was surprised to run into his more mature illustrations such as the ones shown. The second image are three separate ones I pieced together (with a little humor). I must say I like this side of his work better. It's playful and not too raunchy. His style is easy to recognize. While his illustrations of children look a lot like Lilo, he tends to model his older female characters after island girls. They have the same slanted eyes, small waist, pouting lips, are busty and have big hips. He also makes a lot of cute, yet mischievous, animal characters. Sanders uses thick lines and solid, almost flat, color. No matter what the content is I can't help, but think of Lilo and Stitch when I look at Sanders' work. I don't know if that's a good or bad thing. Either way I really enjoy his style and his work.