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Carrie May created this gorgeous cover for Just for the Holidays written by Sue Moorcroft and published by Avon. Carrie’s beautiful artwork of the South of France is full of wonderful detail, drawing the reader into this fabulous story of romance, wine and sunshine.
Ben Scruton created these fantastic artworks for a recent project with OUP. Exploring the legend of the Loch Ness Monster, Ben imagined a couple of young adventurers coming face to face with a gang of dastardly villains. Ben’s sense of humour and talent for characterisation shines through in these brilliant illustrations.
Banner illustration series created for Waze blog (The Compass Blog) for the article titled: "The Road to Fitness in 2017".
We love this series of illustrations Anna Hymas created for Woman’s Weekly. Anna’s gorgeous artworks capture the breath taking scenery of South America. Filled with vibrant colours and rugged textures Anna’s artworks set the scene for this wonderful tale.
Over the many years we've worked with Andrew Farley we thought we had encountered every imaginable creature. However, Andrew's latest title Purrmaids: The Scaredy Cat for Random House Books For Young Readers is a new one to add to our list. Andrew used his very own brand of magic to create a cute cover for this brand new series, written by Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen.
Three of five illustrations accompanying an article on the life and career of Clair Patterson, the scientist who discovered the true age of the Earth.
One of a series of Identity and Access cartoons I wrote and illustrated for Aveksa's blog.
Here are a few Apparel designs I created in collaboration with Indian based ‘Mad Over Sport’.
Promotion for Cuckuu iOS app
This illustration was created for the Edmonton Poetry Festival in order to promote their Education Outreach programs. EPF strives to help children free their voice through poetry and express themselves within their communities.
Cover for 10th anniversary celebratory issue of ANORAK magazine (the happy mag for kids) with a party theme.
Lucy Truman has created yet another stunning cover artwork for the Aladdin Mix series. Spring Break Mistake written by Allison Gutknecht follows Avalon Kelly’s adventures during a school trip to New York City. Lucy’s artwork is filled with the bright lights and excitement of the big city and perfectly sets the tone for this fabulous book.
We are proud to present Rich Wake’s debut picture book Way Past Bedtime written by Tara Lazar and published by Simon & Schuster. This brilliant book follows super sleuth Joseph as he tries to unfold the mystery of what happens after bedtime. Rich has perfectly captured Joseph’s cheeky character in his fabulous illustrations, which are filled with warmth and humour.
The summer season is underway at Goodwood and Garry Walton was once again asked to create an artwork to promote the event. Working in the pastiche style that has become synonymous with the world’s most beautiful racecourse, Garry created this gorgeous scene for an online and print campaign.
Tandem commissioned Cristina Guitian to create a mural for the Irish Football Association's new visitor centre. Cristina illustrated Irish football supporters through the decades, walking side by side into the stadium. The four metre long artwork is on display in the Education and Heritage Centre at Windsor Park.
Robyn Neild worked with the design team at Sphere to create this fabulous illustration for Catch Me If You Cannes written by Lisa Dickenson. Working with rich summer colours and expressive linework, Robyn’s vibrant artwork sets the scene for this glamourous misadventure in the south of France.
Sarah Dennis was commissioned by the Dogs Trust to illustrate the cover of the latest edition of Wag Magazine. Sarah’s vibrant paper cut is filled with the joys of spring, featuring an array of textures and bold colours. Sarah’s fabulous artwork is bursting with energy.
I was asked to create a series of illustrations for Walkers Sunbites. They are the largest snack company in the UK. The artwork will be used for advertising their new products on social media and other online platforms. The artwork created was animated.
I've had the pleasure to create 16 portraits and action illustrations plus the opener for the ESPN MAGAZINE. See the whole project here: http://maivisto.de/ESPN-Magazine
interior book illustration for "Bessie's Story"
Cover illustration for an issue featuring Spring Books
Fun cover art for whimsical gift guide that includes packaged toy. Part of a super cool series that appeals to adults and older kids that like retro games.
The inability to fall asleep by counting sheep.
The latest children's book from Australian Author Michelle Worthington, Illustrated by Dave Atze.
The Three Legged Kangaroo from Uluru leaves behind everything he has ever known about friendship to test his bravery and discover that belonging to a family is about celebrating what makes us unique, not about fitting in. From the red rock to the blue waves, a kangaroo can do amazing things, as long as he believes in himself.
AGES 4 - 10
A coloring page to celebrate literacy, used in conjunction with children's activities at the Ohioana Book Festival
Cover of Chief Executive magazine's annual Best & Worst States for Business issue. Art Director: Carole Erger-Fass, Editor-In-Chief: Mike Winkleman.
Packaging of six-pack and bottle labels for Highlander Beer's Bison Tale Pale Ale. A flavor exclusively distributed in Yellowstone Park.
I did the illustrations for a wonderful book about the spirit of Aloha and the days of the week. The book teaches children about sharing and caring for each other, and it includes a delicious Portuguese Bean Soup recipe!
A four-part true crime series featuring 10 film-noir inspired illustrations for The Guardian. Commissioned by Guardian Labs US and paid for by BOSCH and Amazon. Following the story of a 35 year old cold case in California, the advent of forensic technologies, interrogating suspects and the reality of life as a homicide detective. MediaPost’s OMMA Awards 2016 - The Guardian Labs US wins in the Best Illustration category for this true crime series, ‘How to Solve a Murder’.
Business are using AI more and more for their creative work
I was commissioned to illustrate the front cover and full page editorial for the new look Construction Manager magazine. Visual shown here is the full page editorial. The front cover illustration can be seen in my portfolio.
Cover illustration for BBC Science Focus magazine for a feature about how we'll upgrade our bodies to colonise the cosmos.
I created 4 watercolour paintings for Kaw Valley Greenhouse in Kansas City. The images are 4 different flowering plants that the client wanted to advertise using mailers and possible posters. The ad campaign spans the spring and summer season. These mailers get sent out to their client base
The third and fourth titles in Paul Boston’s fabulous Find Your Way series are published this week. Paul worked with the design team at Quarto to create a collection of fantastical maps and puzzles filled with mind blowing facts and intriguing details, showing Paul’s imagination at it’s very best.
Alice Stevenson was thrilled to illustrate another series for best selling author Cressida McLaughlin. After creating a fabulous cover look for the Canal Boat Cafe series, Alice has worked her magic once again producing four stunning covers for the Once In A Blue Moon Guest House. Working with the design team at Harper Collins, Alice used her trademark combination of graphic shapes and intricate details to create four gorgeous book jackets.
Meet Freddy, the clone of the future. Follow him from birth, and rebirth, and rebirth, through the ins and outs of his day to day life. As a cog spinning wildly inside the universes largest and only corporate entity. Watch him land himself in crippling debt, take death-defying showers, eat bacterial waste or even find himself marooned on an alien world all for the sake of compound interest rates!!
Custom illustration and design for Tallgrass Brewing Company to promote a beer tasting event held at Sunset Zoo in Manhattan, Kansas. Proceeds from the event were donated to the zoo's Hyena exhibit, so they wanted something fun featuring a hyena as well as beer. The graphics were used on t-shirts, posters, and keepsake glassware.
This is a 3d cutaway illustration created for PorterWillis and their client Aramco Services Company.
Brief: To create 9 original 'illuminated'-style letters for each play of the Season based upon the themes of each play and incorporating a letter from the name of the play. Also one other 'illuminated' style letter was created for 'The Word is God' (the name & theme of the Season) which incorporated elements from all 9 plays.
Completed in traditional method: inked by hand with a calligraphic nib & black ink on water colour paper. Colour added digitally afterwards.
Mike Tofanelli illustrated this family portrait of the TV show 'This Is Us' for the Must List in the March 17/24 issue of Entertainment Weekly. Featured are the "Big Three" siblings along with Milo Ventimiglia and Mandy Moore as their parents.
I was asked to illustrate the different characteristics of the multiple art shows being held in New York City each spring. I decided to solve it by imagining a guest at each of the shows near art that reflects their style.
Fitness illustrations showing how to perform different workout exercises
Visual for the Thomson Reuters Elite, VANTAGE Worldwide User Conference for education and networking. Growth from seed to tree.
We love Garry Parsons fantastic cover illustration for Secret FC, written by Tom Palmer and published by Barrington Stoke. This fantastic story about football and friendships is brought to life by Garry’s black and white illustrations. It has a dyslexia-friendly layout, typeface and paperstock so that even more readers can enjoy it.
Gary Redford was commissioned by HeyHuman to create this fabulous artwork for Glyndebourne. Gary's vibrant illustration was designed to promote the Summer Festival 2017 and reflect Glyndebourne's modern approach to opera. Gary's artwork has been used across outdoor, press and online campaigns.
Portrays a corporate partner as a vintage Tour de France racer
AND a WINNER! - Applied Arts 2016 Photography & Illustration Award for portrait illustration -
This was a submission that was accepted by the American Cancer Society for a greeting card. It was printed on about ~2000 cards.
A picture book following the unauthorized history of the Chicago Cubs baseball team as seen through the eyes of super fan Bruno the Bear.
Illustration to accompany an article on Ruth Bader Ginsburg's personal trainer in the February 27th Magazine section of Politico.com.
Map of the sights and attractions of O’Keeffe’s New Mexico. From the Museum in Santa Fe to Taos Pueblo, from her home and studio in Abiquiu to the Black Place in northwestern New Mexico, take this functional tote with you as you road-trip across the Southwest.
Series of collage illustrations created for a children's rhyming book about tails and tales.
Mamma Lombardi's Marinara Sauce label. Marketing label, tomatoes, graphic design.
Illustration for Canadian national newspaper The Globe and Mail, for an article by Hope Smith about being left-handed and creativity — and her nifty party trick, which is the ability to write backwards (like Leonardo da Vinci used to do).
I was hired to make a series of postcards for sending as customer appreciation cards. This made their business warm and personal. This is one of the four i have done for the series. Ink and watercolor Hand lettering at their request.
Book cover done for Anne Odom for her novel 'I'll Go to Texas: The Cherokee Years'. Pencil/Painter/Photoshop. I also did the graphic design and titles.
One of a few Illustrations for a book that takes a look at some of the darker themes of some well known fairytales.
owyouknowabout...make small educational films for 8-12yo about famous folk in history, to encourage further interest. It was a welcome chance to get back to watercolour & historical settings after a couple of years spent working on bright shiny digital projects.
The Roosevelts, a patriotic pop-culture focused website commissioned me to create Sandlot inspired illustrations for their apparel line.
Creative Director Cheryl Lambert of H.O. Zimman, Inc. found an illustration of a Mount Rushmore postcard I did a while ago and contacted me to do this piece using iconic baseball players replacing the presidents. It was an interesting assignment. I also sold a few prints of the art without the typography.
Embryological & fetal development illustration series beginning at 6 weeks of gestational age & progressing through to final 40th week of pregnancy. At each week a size comparison is offered to a commonly seen fruit or vegetable, to better understand the size of the unseen baby. Illustrations were prepared for the Lamaze Website as a tool for pregnant mothers for health promotion during pregnancy. I've subsequently prepared an animation which is viewable on my Website with in-depth information.
Characters illustration for a new picture book project that I am writing and illustrating- A baby octopus discovers he wants to make good art.
The second poster in a series I am illustrating for the fall Sweets show at the San Diego Convention Center.
This is from a range of cards entitled 'Touch of Ink' for Abacus Cards Ltd., combining figures with tattoos.
Holiday coloring book inspired by Estonian patterns and motifs. Book includes postcards, gift tags as well as full sized coloring pages.
Mock-up of a stamp for Black HIstory Month. Portrait of Mathieu Da Costa, the first black man to visit Canada in the early 1600s. He was a free African employed as a translator by French traders and explorers.
Under the company Uccellino I designed these Guide Birds. In collaboration with Uncommon Goods I licensed them in a unique form from the original version.
Editorial illustration, Women's Health magazine: how to tell if a wellness coach is legit (AD: Christine Giordano)
Story on sub prime loans
This illustration work was made for an article about relationships through internet.
Emerald city is a movie that Irish author/filmaker Collin Broderick https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_Broderick made and is about to be in some film festivals. It has been getting some very nice reviews and i was hired to come up with an image for this movie about Irish construction workers living and working in New York facing their daily ups and downs.
The image pays homage to the famous vintage photo of construction workers taking lunch high above New York skyline.
Harlequin & Columbina Ballet Dancers in love, graced by Trumpeter Swans. Ballet dancer character development, tutu costume design and typography for Big Top Ballet Inc. art licensing.
Razorfish Health in New York City hired Marc Phares of Epic Studios, Inc. to bring to life their new icon of the Razor Fish,