Friday, May 29, 2015
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Davor Pavelic created super-fun illustrations for Vetlocity, the animal health industry’s end-to-end loyalty solution designed to strengthen the bond between manufacturers, veterinarians and pet owners. Davor’s blend of retro and modern, with a soft color touch, makes for a friendly mix.
Jon Krause is one of nine Philadelphia-based illustrators profiled in a recent issue of Philly VOICE magazine. “I like taking text that might be obtuse and simplifying it into an image that makes the viewer think a bit, and crystallizes what the message is – visually -- in a concise way.”
Dan Bejar's "Serial Thriller" cover for Concord Academy Magazine illustrates a story about the hit podcast "Serial's" creator Sarah Koenig, and the podcast medium's ability to support long-form narrative journalism in the age of 140 character news bites.
Kotryna Zukauskaite was commissioned by the Milken Institute Review to illustrate an article on “Attention Economy,” which analyzed the relative value of time, quick clicks, and attention in social media.
John Kachik painted this 10 x 10" oil on black velvet portrait of Elvis for a fund raising auction at the Starry Night Delaplaine Gala in Frederick, MD. A real mixed metaphor image, John’s cultural mash-up incorporates Van Gogh and campy black velvet painting to create something brand new.
Laura Watson, inspired by the tiny spring blooms popping up in her garden last month, decided to illustrate and hand letter a botanical pattern for the stationery/greeting card/paper products markets.
Taylor Callery created simple illustrations for Harper's Magazine to accompany a complex feature on the intensions of the Affordable Care Act, and how it affects the poor and middle class.
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
David Plunkert illustrated the cover and packaging for the Criterion Collection release of Rainer Werner Fassbinder's seminal German film, "The Merchant of Four Seasons."
Chris Gash starts illustrating a NEW monthly column for tip-top client Money Magazine: new page, new topic, new two-color limit. This one was about how your retirement fund can be a legacy of your family values.
Edward Kinsella illustrated and lettered this haunting poster in conjunction with Black Dragon Press for Andrei Tarkovsky’s film, Andrei Rublev. The poster is a limited edition of 150, 18” x 24” hand-pulled screen print.
Michael Morgenstern’s illustration for The Economist this week accompanies an article about the plight of the many refugees fleeing Myanmar for safe haven who are stranded at sea, packed tightly on small boats with dwindling supplies.
Davide Bonazzi’s cover and interior illustration for Think Advisor's Research Magazine accompanies an article debating the investment value of a college education, as costs rise and standards sink.
Jerome Studer brought a Gallic sense of style to this illustrated homage to Fleet Week, a long standing tradition in New York City. Sailors, Marines and members of the Coast Guard converge on the city cap it all off with a Memorial Day parade.
Mart Klein & Miriam Migliazzi illustrated a series of very precisely painted storyboards for an Adelholzener Mineral Water TV spot, featuring soccer champion Phillip Lahm as a liquid player.
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Davide Bonazzi’s illustration for the University of Chicago / Harris School of Public Policy accompanies an article about the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’ decision to move its historic Doomsday Clock forward two minutes.
Jude Buffum worked with Dignity Health to illustrate animated advertising spots for their child-focused approach to the emergency room. According to Jude, “the kids were super adorable and gave great suggestions that were a blast to illustrate.”
Steven Salerno created a series of elaborate, vintage-feel illustrations for The Fantastic Ferris Wheel, a picture book about the true life story of George Ferris, inventor of the first giant observation wheel, constructed in 1893 for the World's Fair in Chicago.
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Stephanie Dalton Cowan just completed a cover and four interior illustrations for Biz Ed Magazine, highlighting their feature about education leadership in emerging international markets.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Paul Garland was awarded “The Prize for Illustration 2015,” jointly organized by The Association of Illustrators and Transport for London. This year’s theme was London Places and Spaces. Paul’s entry centers on the Greenwich Meridian Line and is titled “Meeting Place.”
Yehrin Tong won a prestigious Book Cover Design V&A Illustration Award 2015, for her stunning illustration work on “The Book of Strange New Things.” The award ceremony took place at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
Chris Beatrice created all the card and packaging illustrations for "Dragonwood", a new card game soon to be published by Gamewright. Deep in the heart of this mythical forest lurk angry ogres, giggling goblins, and even the famed and fearsome fire-breathers themselves!
Monday, May 18, 2015
Harry Campbell’s illustrations for the cover and interior of PlanSponsor magazine afforded him the pleasure of playing with more organic shapes: drawing fish and birds by hand first, then finishing in vector.
Christine Marie Larsen’s osprey illustration is featured on the 46th Annual Art on the Green festival poster. The festival hosts artists and performers from across the country and around the world for this three day event in pristine northern Idaho.
Friday, May 15, 2015
Monica Loncola illustrates and writes Imagine Shoes, a monthly column for the footwear cult blog, iwanthershoes. According to Monica, “There’s nothing frivolous about shoes…”