Taylor Callery hops on the pop art bandwagon with this full page illustration for Priest + Grace / NewBeauty, addressing the struggles of breaking up with old and outdated make-up habits.
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
Monday, December 21, 2015
Tim O’Brien’s enchanting cover illustration for The Nation started as a simple winter scene; Tim suggested a snow globe and went the extra mile to make it happen.
Michael Waraksa’s recent illustration for USC Dornsife Magazine accompanied a feature article about disturbances in sensory perception caused by schizophrenia, including hallucinations that may cause patients to hear voices, music or sounds that are not there, or to feel insects crawling on their skin.
Peter Strain’s illustration for the Light House Cinema in Ireland promotes their annual “Naughty or Nice” holiday film program by capturing key characters from each movie they’re showing this season. The larger-than-life characters can now be seen as a mural in the cinema foyer – just magic!
Chris Gash illustrated the cover and interiors for the first issue of University of Texas Engineering School magazine. The feature was about how pretty much everything being developed in science and technology begins with materials engineers at the molecular level. Here is the opener.
Camille Chisholm’s illustration was licensed through Theispot by Columbia Magazine for their 2015 winter issue. The article described the work at Columbia's Data Institute and how teams of sociologists, economists, social workers and data scientists tackle complex questions.
Friday, December 18, 2015
Davide Bonazzi's latest cover and interior illustrations for Science magazine highlight their special “Breakthrough of the Year” feature for 2015. The winner is the genome editing system called CRISPR, which is inexpensive, widely available, and easy to use.
Sudi McCollum designed and illustrated a series of images for Tuscan Kitchen, an Italian restaurant and market. The rustic imagery and sunny colors reflect the casual country feel of the venue. Sudi’s graphics, which appear as menus, will also be adapted for packaging, kitchen linens, etc.
Monday, December 14, 2015
Helen Friel’s elegant paper sculptures for Parkview Private Collection represent their beautiful properties at an exhibition in London’s Saatchi Gallery.
Mark Fredrickson illustrated the cover of MAD magazine’s annual “20 Dumbest” round-up. Want to know who’s #1 this year?!? “Go out and buy a copy, clod!”
Ben Johnston has been working with the teams at Droga5 and Fast Horse to transform Diet Coke fan tweets into amazingly detailed pieces of custom-made artwork, inspired by the taste and look of Diet Coke. The brand is expressing thanks via a new Twitter-led social campaign called “ReTweets of Love.”
David Preiss' perfectly organized infographic illustration showing the air flow and inner workings of a heated garage floor system somehow makes us question everything about our “micro-loft” apartment…
Peter McDonnell’s fun cutaway illustration was the perfect holiday greeting for a company that provides acoustical consulting and audio and visual system design services. The image was animated for their website, further demonstrating “heavenly peace” made possible!
James Yamasaki makes us all merry, time and again, by illustrating the wackier aspects of the Holiday Season. First, for The Stranger, he visualized “Christmas Brawl! A 13-Way Battle Royale between This Year’s Yuletide Plays.”
Friday, December 11, 2015
Phil Wrigglesworth's “Year in Review” illustration for Seattle Met cheerfully depicts the year bunnies attacked, a white woman pretended to be black, and a ton of stuff fell off trucks.
Laura Watson’s latest children’s book illustration project, “Big and Small, God Made Them All,” is an introduction to the gospel for young children from Driftwood Tree Press. The text manages to sum up all the wonder of this world for a child in just a handful of rhyming couplets; Laura’s engaging artwork tells the rest of the story.
Christine Marie Larsen was commissioned to create a series of colorful illustrations for the St. John's Wellchild annual report, reflecting the lively spirit of their South Los Angeles neighborhood and the clinic's clientele.
Thursday, December 10, 2015
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Dennis Wunsch created this feature illustration for the December Scotsman Guide Commercial Edition, to accompany an article about new ways of investing in commercial real estate, specifically via global crowdfunding.
James Yamasaki’s latest editorial illustration for The Stranger depicts nerdy political types and young activists arguing heatedly, as readers look on, trying to make sense of it all as they decide how to vote.
Monday, December 7, 2015
Wesley Bedrosian illustrated an article for the New York Times about the phenomenon that is the post-partum “Push Present.” As Kim Kardashian explains, “After nine months of pregnancy, it’s a sweet and well-deserved thank you.”
Harry Campbell's illustration for this week’s issue of The New Yorker accompanies a book review of “The Death of Cancer,” a disturbing report from the front lines of the war on that disease.
Joyce Hesselberth’s new illustration for the New York Times Health section accompanied an article about the struggle some people face when caring for older family members and also holding down a job.
Cathi Mingus shares her latest illustrated cover, the third in the Glimmer Girls book series written by Grammy nominated Christian recording artist Natalie Grant. This series follows three sisters and their nanny, who travel around the globe with their famous singing star mother, making music and mischief!
Dennis Wunsch created a series of illustrations for the December Scotsman Guide Residential Edition to accompany a feature article looking ahead at changes in 2016 for the mortgage industry.
Jonathan Williams illustrated five foot-friendly shoes for Arthritis Today magazine to accompany their guide to stylish comfort shoes.