Arthur Giron’s illustration for Entrepreneur Magazine accompanies an article about becoming a successful failure.
Friday, February 12, 2016
Italian illustrator Joey Guidone’s striking cover for Modern Psykologi in Sweden makes us want to say “Ommmm” in several languages at once.
Paul Lachine created the main graphic and two spot illustrations for a Popular Science Online feature about the python, which is decimating wildlife in the Florida Everglades, and the people who hunt them.
Chris Gash’s double page and spot illustrations for the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business accompanied a feature about teaming analysts from Booth with area hospitals to solve data management issues and improve care.
Yvetta Fedorova illustrated a story for Amherst magazine’s winter issue about an alumna whose work with the White House Council on Women and Girls helps minority children overcome obstacles.
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Davide Bonazzi created the cover illustration as well as two interiors for Columbia Medicine’s feature on new cancer research underway at the University’s College of Physicians & Surgeons that might change the odds for patient with cancer.
Anni Betts illustrated “Animals of the World,” a delightful Flip & Draw coloring book for Mudpuppy. The pages are split into three parts, and children can mix and match the pieces to create unusual new animals never before seen in the wild.
Oivind Hovland shares a couple of recent illustrations for The New York Observer, both college-themed. First, prospective students are now reversing roles and interviewing the professors ahead of deciding on which university to choose.
Monday, February 1, 2016
Jonathan Williams was commissioned by Euromoney magazine to illustrate a “Gangsta Banker” for an article about blockchain, the technology that powers Bitcoin. Enthusiasts see banks creating a new fabric for payments transfer and financial markets: an internet of money. Doubters sense it’s all hype.
Jon Valk was commissioned by the life-improving, joy-bringing BlueQ Company to design three distinct retro looking sock logos based on vintage petroleum graphics. Hosiery hijinks ensued!
Tom Richmond illustrated the cover of MAD Presents Oscar Winners (and Losers!), a high-gloss, perfect bound Special Collector’s Edition, available on newsstands, bookstores, and comic book shops, starting this week.
Mart Klein & Miriam Migliazzi illustrated numerous covers for both newspapers and magazines on the topic of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's refugee politics. These were made this past week.
Thursday, January 28, 2016
Pete Ryan's energetic double page road trip for Orange Coast illustrated a look back at 2015 stories, including surfboards that mimic waves; people dressed like pickles; an anteater mascot; Darth Vader; a horse; a sea lion; Disney; mosquitoes… and a well-dressed monkey.
Dan Stiles’ sweetly subversive textiles, including this pillow with a rock ‘n’ roll version of the Asian good luck cat, have earned him a mention in the LA Times “Hot Home Ideas for 2016” guide.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
James Yamasaki used his own cycling gear as props when creating this illustration for an article in The Stranger on “What Happened to Bike Activism in Seattle?” As a result, the image is both technically accurate as well as a sly homage to propaganda posters of the 20th century.
Daniel Hertzberg was commissioned by the Boston Globe to illustrate an editorial by Vice President Joe Biden titled, “Five Ways to Make the Digital Revolution Work for the Middle Class.”
Chris Gash brings his conceptual A-game to this illustration series for The Milken Institute Review feature on how to reduce risk for investors in early stage drug research and development.
Peter Horvath’s refreshing collage illustration for Kiehl's Cosmetics “Artfully Made” online ad series features the natural wonders of their Clearly Corrective Dark Spot Solution.
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Ruth Rowland was commissioned by Southern Poverty Law Center to create hand lettered headlines for an article in their magazine, Teaching Tolerance. This fluid, mono linear pen style was chosen to complement the atmospheric illustration on the article’s opening double page spread.
Friday, January 15, 2016
Paul Morton shares his latest graphic design and illustration project, this time for new client Grafters Craft Brewery in Lincolnshire, UK. Paul was able to give their high quality product a breath of life with some fresh branding.
Thursday, January 14, 2016
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Dennis Wunsch illustrated a feature article for the January Scotsman Guide Residential Edition explaining how many mortgage professionals may have found themselves dinged up after implementing a great deal of government regulations – but they're still standing
Ingo Fast was commissioned by A&B One in Berlin to create illustrations depicting “Generation Y,” to be used in collateral material for midsize businesses in Germany. The brochures are designed to communicate "generation gap" issues between employers and employees, which Ingo’s hip little visuals do perfectly.