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Women's Health magazine

Rise of the Wellness Coach

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Editorial illustration, Women's Health magazine: how to tell if a wellness coach is legit (AD: Christine Giordano)

Amy DeVoogd

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Amy DeVoogd

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Mendola Artists Representatives
420 Lexington Ave, Penthouse
New York, NY 10170
United States

illustration of A portrait of a stylish, confident woman in a zebra striped top, wide leg pants and heels wearing an Apple watch.
illustration of Fashion columnist Teri Agins on how to find outerwear that keeps you dry and makes you look good at the same time. For The Wall Street Journal (AD: Ron Plyman)
illustration of A fashionable couple strolling along a beach at sunset in September, for Mendola Artists annual calendar.
illustration of Cover for Mendola Artists annual calendar.
illustration of Fashion columnist Teri Agins gives advice on how to select the most flattering pencil skirt. For The Wall Street Journal (AD: Ron Plyman)
illustration of Woman checking her mail, saving money, checking her phone app and unloading groceries for an email campaign for Publix Super Markets (AD: Karina Cortez)
illustration of Fashion columnist Teri Agins on what shoes to wear when vacationing, for The Wall Street Journal (AD: Ron Plyman)
illustration of Fashion reporter Teri Agins reports that there is such a thing as beach formal. To look festive and put together, while at the same time comfortable under the sun—a seersucker or khaki suit can work. For The Wall Street Journal's
illustration of Figures walk down a city street in summer.
illustration of A woman wearing a sun hat, gingham shirt and sneakers standing in a scenic outdoor environment of mountains and alpine flowers.
illustration of A chef wearing an apron in a kitchen prepares food by cutting up a red onion on a counter with bowls of salad and bread.
illustration of Two guys talking and walking down a city street.
illustration of For the UK publication Slimming World magazine (Senior Designer: Joanne Gultig / AD: Julian Barrett)
illustration of Cover illustration for Adweek magazine's Audience Targeting Guide, a directory of ad tech providers. (AD: Jessica Sarro)
illustration of A man in a striped shirt on the beach.
illustration of A woman on vacation wearing a striped bikini, sunglasses and hat lounges beside a swimming pool.
illustration of Fashion reporter Teri Agins advises men to zero in on upscale, dressier versions. For The Wall Street Journal's
illustration of A traveler in an airport pulling a suitcase; a guy in a park on a bicycle; two casually dressed men conversing while walking; two women drinking iced coffee in a cafe: from a series of fourteen illustrations of ordinary people engaged in routine activities. For an undisclosed advertising client.
illustration of Fashion columnist Teri Agins gives options on what to do with a drawer-full of oversize bracelets. For The Wall Street Journal's
illustration of Fashion columnist Teri Agins weighs the pros and cons of discounted perfumes, for The Wall Street Journal's
illustration of Textbook short story The Decisive Moment by Mona Bacon describes a 1950s family on a trip attempting to rescue a drowning boy. For McGraw-Hill (AD: Jodie Bernard)
illustration of Fashion reporter Teri Agins explains that men can wear a range of colorful shoes with most any suit, or sport coat and slacks. For The Wall Street Journal's
illustration of A couple on a date communicating by text via cell phone.
illustration of Fashion reporter Teri Agins helps a TV-extra-to-be get into character for a nightclub scene. For The Wall Street Journal's
illustration of For The Wall Street Journal's CFO Journal. Placeholder graphic for when photography is unavailable. (AD: Daniel Smith)
illustration of Bouncer, dobermans and ninjas guarding a safe. For direct mail, posters and web.
illustration of Two people holding coffee cups, one of them on a cell phone, walking away from the counter inside a coffee shop.
illustration of Display advertising for discount clothing retailer Daffy's for Devito/Verdi: posters, subway cards and full-page advertisements in New York magazine and The New York Times magazine.
illustration of Two women on public transportation, one reading a hardcover book, the other reading on her mobile device.
illustration of A man riding a bicycle stopped at a crosswalk.
illustration of A couple leaving the Guggenheim Museum, a woman on a shopping spree, a woman walking her dog: branding for Pfizer's OAB World Program for Beardwood & Co. (AD: Sarah Williams)
illustration of A woman pushes two children in a stroller down a city street.
illustration of Figures engaged in essential travel experiences, including climbing, horseback riding, kayaking, sunbathing, diving, hot air ballooning, dining, getting married, receiving a massage, sailing, gambling and barbecuing. For the cover of GO: AirTran Inflight Magazine (AD: Tony Judge)
illustration of A man lounging on a red couch reads a magazine.
illustration of Say yes to a dress for fun—fashion reporter Teri Agins offers a clever game to play at bridal showers. For The Wall Street Journal column
illustration of A couple eating breakfast at a table covered in coffee cups, teapots, silverware and plates.
illustration of Beauty pageant contestants lined up (3x3 Professional Show winner)
illustration of A business traveler with headphones and a cell phone experiencing a layover at an airport.
illustration of A woman retreats to a day spa to recover from her technology-induced ailments in this editorial for Time Out-Chicago (AD: Ian Dingman)
illustration of Do This/Don't Do That, Move Smarter column for Arthritis Today (AD: Matt Johnson)
illustration of DJ with headphones spins at his turntable.
illustration of Fashion reporter Teri Agins with wardrobe advice for mature men: high-top designer sneakers put a natty spin on basics. For The Wall Street Journal's
illustration of Fashion reporter Teri Agins on what to wear with metallic clothes, such as a reader's gold metallic pencil skirt. For The Wall Street Journal column
illustration of Woman on an orange scooter in an urban setting.
illustration of Fashion reporter Teri Agins tells a reader how to update a more than 10-year-old Burberry trench coat. For The Wall Street Journal column
illustration of Umbrellas on a rainy day at the Ferry Building Farmer's Market in San Francisco.
illustration of Silhouettes of two people eating a meal at a sidewalk café in an urban setting.
illustration of Businessmen in dark suits on a city street, inspired by Van Gogh's Wheatfield with Crows.
illustration of An older man in zippered sweater, striped socks and big, colorful watch: fashion reporter Teri Agins answers readers' questions for The Wall Street Journal column
illustration of A Gucci tote slung over the shoulder of a woman in a New York City crosswalk.
illustration of Best friends forever: two girls in puffy coats in a crosswalk. (Creative Quarterly 23 winner)
illustration of Two women texting and talking on the phone during their lunch break in the city.
illustration of A man in a t-shirt and sunglasses with a shopping bag.
illustration of A woman searches for a winter boot that flatters: fashion reporter Teri Agins answers readers' questions for The Wall Street Journal column
illustration of Fashion reporter Teri Agins on what to wear out dancing. For The Wall Street Journal column
illustration of The evening commute home on the train in Chicago.
illustration of Group of people texting and talking on their phones, for the article, What Are Telecommunication Stocks? for eHow.com
illustration of A man doing yoga in the plow pose.
illustration of A busy crosswalk in Times Square populated with people listening to music on their smartphones: cover, logos, and spots for the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry's annual report for Band London. (AD: Danny Wellard)
illustration of Fashionable woman wearing a red coat and heels walking down a city street.
illustration of A Pop Art-style rack of Jackie's pink suit for the cover of the Dallas Observer (AD: Alexander Flores)
illustration of A man walks by a streetlight whose shadow is dramatically cast against a dark building.
illustration of Romantic couple walking down a city street holding hands.
illustration of Diversity of figures traversing Chicago's Magnificent Mile.
illustration of Commuting via public transportation: group of people waiting on a train platform during the morning commute.
illustration of Hippie chick with yellow paisley bell bottoms, purple t-shirt and sunglasses flashes the peace sign.
illustration of An African-American woman wearing a fashionable colorfully patterned dress with wedge sandals. (Creative Quarterly 26 winner)
illustration of A woman walks her dog through a green park.
illustration of Prescription bottle half-full with pills or supplements, for the article, B-12 Pills vs. B-12 Shots for Weight Loss for Livestrong.com
illustration of Brochures for Excellus BlueCross BlueShield/Univera Healthcare (Partners+Napier/AD: Max Brown)

Profile

Amy DeVoogd is an illustrator based in Chicago. Her illustrations have appeared in publications such as The New York Times, The Progressive, and the Wall Street Journal. Advertising clients include Band London (IFPI Digital Music Report), Beardwood & Co. (Pfizer), and DeVito/Verdi (Daffy's). Her last name is pronounced: deh-'vogued (its Dutch).

Style/Techniques

Acrylic, Design, Digital, Figurative, Graphic, Silhouette, Stylized, Vector

Subject/Specialties

Humor, Animals, Annual Report, Architecture, Children, Corporate, Editorial, Education, Family, Fashion/Cosmetics, Food, Health, Holidays, Icons, Landscape, Leisure, Medical, Music, Nature, People, Political, Portrait, Posters, Product, Romance, Science, Sports, Technology, Transportation, Travel, Food/Beverage, Lifestyle, Vintage / Retro, Feminine, Masculine, Youth, Environmental, Financial, Urban