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GREEN SEASON International Poster Online Exhibition by Posteriran / Poster Iran Design.
A invitational poster illustration created for the GREEN SEASON International Poster Online Exhibition which is 1 of 76 poster works selected for exhibition from a total of 480 poster works were created & submitted.
Nature lovers and collectors of all kinds will love this high-adventure quest story about two brave and clever girls who head into the forest in search of something extraordinary. Bestselling creator Alice Feagan's distinct cut-paper collage artwork brings this fun quest story to life and packs it with learning opportunities.
Portrait of environmental lawyer Dinah Bear for High Country News magazine.
9' x 11' colorful and fun mural created to help the kids bike section stand out from the other areas. Drawing on the spirit of being a kid I used imagery that drew on the freedom bicycles can bring to kids.
I had the honor to be invited by Budweiser and MLB to design a limited edition can for the Houston Astros. The cans sold in the greater Houston area during the 2017 season.
Characters designed for a book cover titled "Through the Lens of Anthropology" for University of Toronto Press. Characters are inspired by those mentioned in the book and include: Trans women, seek student, granny, businessman, trendy dad, skater girl in hijab, environmentalist mother, line up, culture, diversity, BLM, protest, pose.
What will be the future of metropolitan office districts after the pandemic? In Boston, many companies have decided to close their offices and employees have moved to the suburbs. This image is part of a series created for the Boston Globe on the theme of the future of work.
Dr Mario 16x20? poster releasing March 12th at noon California time for Gallery 1988's NES One Sheet poster show where OG Nintendo games get the Movie Poster treatment.
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Portrait of Jordan Peterson for The Weekend Interview , Opinion page, Canadian Professor , controversial views, Conservative , line work, digital
Illustration for ForbesWoman Russia «On how misogyny between women can damage one’s career no less than gender discrimination». In Russia the misogyny with girls letting down other girls to an extent that it can become an obstacle much tougher than gender discrimination is unfortunately widely spread. The opportunity deficit, the competition fear, lack of role models. his is the first and main illustration in the series of three.
T-shirt design for sideshow troupe Freakshow Family. Client wanted an adaptation of a KISS album cover with iconography from Freakshow Family's stage props and personas.
Design created in Procreate for 5-color screenprinting, with isolated mask elements use in promotional materials.
Having fun with TV.
Virginia, the villain of this season of Fear The Walking Dead, she's a wonderful mix of Girl Scout Troop Leader and Joseph Stalin.
Character to accompany an advice column in a lifestyle and environment magazine.
Interior mural for ATB Financial as a celebration of the diversity of individuals who bank here and make this bank unique - the people's bank
Portrait of Michael Collins, Apollo 11 astronaut; cover art for a book series celebrating history's under-recognized heroes.
Covet Dance licensed this illustration for their ballet themed leisure wear and accessories. It currently graces muscle tees, long sleeve shirts and jewelry packaging geared towards young dancers. The line art of the zodiac themed ballerinas was created with a nib pen, and then vectorized for ease of use and color swapping.
Characters for an online marketing research tool Zappi.
I illustrated an article in the Food and Drink section of Mother Jones talking about certain restaurants going co-op with all their staff getting a slice of the business and how this could make their restaurant stronger in the long run.
Selecting botanicals and herbs relevant to the product profile to create two subtly different illustrations for both Gin and Rum spirits. Using two distinct pallets with only limited, flat colours suitable for spot printing with added foil highlights.
A lovely series of editorial illustrations for Saga Magazine's Monthly Dating Column.
Clarks Shoes illustrated drawings. Jitesh was commissioned to create a series of Typography designs for an internal marketing booklet. The Clarks illustrations he created were commissioned due to his particular hand-drawn detailed style. Jitesh was briefed by the senior designer to illustrate over the photography of some of Clarks iconic well-known shoes.
Series of illustrations by Argentinian artist, Marcos Farina.
It's with ingenuity and a sprinkle of humour that Marcos tackles complex concepts, always seeking a simple, beautifully structured outcome. With a colour palette rooted in retro, this playful & geometric series can be found displayed across their restaurant in Heathrow airport.
Series of digital portraits for NPR’s new ‘Louder Than A Riot’ podcast.
Jeff Bezos for Guardian Long Read. An article detailing Jeff Bezos’s future space ambitions for Amazon. Amazingly this depiction isn’t all that far from what the richest human in history actually wants to do with his ‘winnings’. Created in Procreate and Photoshop to a tight deadline.
This editorial illustration was commissioned by The Collective Mag to accompany an article discussing acne and feelings of inadequacy in the digital age. The illustration and article aim to lift some of the stigma surrounding acne, myth-busting common misconceptions that people hold concerning the skin disorder and encouraging those who live with it to embrace their skin and believe in yourself.
They say data is the new oil, but personal information belongs to the individual. So what is the meaning of someone giving consent?
Cover of children's non-fiction picture book by Paula Henson, commissioned as part of the Forest Fire Project created by Llewellyn Studio.
Spot illustration of a South Korean woman working at a desktop computer for Digital Publication Dipossum on Digital Technologies in the Public Sector of South Korea.
Milk from the Latterie Carsiche are finally able to convey all their freshness thanks to an updated image and the addition of a new “cow” logo.
Cover illustration for The Progressive about the rise of far right extremism and how it has taken over state and local Republican parties.
Summer memories illustration for the Radio Times - August 2020.
Illustrations from a full brand relaunch of "Taylors Coffee" Packaging.
Deanna Halsall sensitively carves shapes from vectors to create dynamic and alluring illustrations. Her work is contemporary in form with gentle influences of art deco and the occasional sprinkling of vintage texture.
Commission for The Guardian. James Oses was asked to visit Doncaster to illustrate a feature by John Harris. Art direction: Sarah Habershon
Playful Icon Illustrations for Brussels Airlines inflight Magazine.
Cover Illustrations for a series of Novels by Imre Kertesz, published by Penguin Random House.
Playful, Botanical Cover Illustration for The Contented Vegan: Recipes and Philosophy from a Family Kitchen.
"These days, when you hear people talking about “the vaccine,” there’s no doubt what they’re referring to. But when you think about it, all the vaccines you get at the doctor’s office, teach your body’s immune system to recognize and fight off diseases without you actually getting sick, are pretty incredible. And they were actually thrilling news stories in their time, too."
Painterly digital Disney poster for Onward animation licensed by Disney-Pixar and produced in collaboration with Bottleneck Gallery.
Line of greeting cards with a theme of African American women.
Children's book illustration, book cover and inside black and white illustrations. The book tells the story of a little boy that is very messy and the parents keep calling him little piggy bear, until one day he becomes a piggy bear and all kind of troubles appear. Fortunately by the end end of the day all troubles are avoided and the boy becomes himself again.
For Columbus Monthly Magazine, to accompany a story about sharing cooking duties during the pandemic and how a wife deals with her husbands newly found interest in food preparation.
The best selling cookbooks of 2020 tell the stories of our pandemic kitchens.
What a perfect pairing. Creative duo and specialists in tactile illustration WRK, recently teamed up with business platform JustWorks on their latest stop motion AD and the results are just awesome!
Just in time to bring some sunshine to these dark, chilly evenings - the new Lush Times: The Trails Edition has arrived. It will take you on a cross-continental journey, discovering the stories behind our beautiful ingredients and the farmers, producers and buyers who supply them to us.
"The Scoop on Inventors" is a picture book commissioned by Room to Read organization.
Their mission is to transform the lives of millions of children in developing countries by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education.
California Baptist University commissioned me to create artwork celebrating their campus and collegiate cultural heritage. My licensee Neil Varsity Line turned the sunshine gold and navy blue illustration into a best selling giftware range, including this lovely, natural canvas tote bag.
I created an illustration of a pizza garden trimming it in bricks and sectioning it so each slice represents a vegetable that would go into a pizza. Great family project. This illustration was part on an article about how to plant a pizza garden.
Using vibrant colour and iconic shapes, Julia Allum helped bring STV Creative’s latest animation to life; a film offering support and encouraging businesses to invest in apprenticeships.
Editorial portrait of Dr. Sumanta Pal for the March edition of Haymarket USA's Meeting Insights program.
Music, party, club, city, lights, beer, celebration, gold, black, well being. This limited edition of Miller Genuine Draft is there to remind us about all the moments we hare together celebrating or just having fun. It's Miller Time.
An editorial illustration created for an article that delves into how age has replaced class as the dividing political line in the UK—and how power is concentrated among the old.
Interactive and fun floor puzzle extension of the Hoot Owl Hoot game.
This image was used prominently in The Whispering Fen adventure release available on a number of role playing game platforms. It depicts a key encounter in the game module.
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Portraits and Nature images for Halmar International, to be used with a project proposal.
Illustration for Invincible Entertainment's streaming service, "Watch it Scream!"
Created 30+ pages picture book called "Kitchi: The Spirit Fox", written by Alana Robson.
Botanical illustration showing spring plants, flowers and insects.
Key visual created for the Spartan Games™, during a five-day period between Oct. 9-13, Spartan brought 24 athletes, male and female, to Vermont for a first-of-its-kind competition consisting of grueling mental and physical feats.
Spartan Games™, presented by Harley-Davidson, was held at Riverside Farm in Pittsfield, Vermont, the birthplace of Spartan.
Portrait of actor Michael Shannon, for Public Eye magazine's Heroes issue
Technical illustrations created for Masienda's "Molinito" user manual. All the illustrations have a clean technical look with a bit of a vintage feel as shown in this "exploded parts diagram".
Editorial Illustration by Gillian Blease for Chicago Magazine
Portrait made for the Dutch version of 'Goodnight stories for Rebel girls'. This children's book tells the story of 100 exceptional Dutch women.
Illustrated the user manual as well as designed the Gobi Gear Logo.
The story is set a few years into the future, where a mother is explaining to her daughter what life was like during the COVID-19 outbreak. It sheds light on how the pandemic began and what we all stood to gain from it. It takes a look at different families from around the world and how they made during quarantine and what they learned from it.
By Dr. Fatima Almutairi
Illustrated by "Muhammad at-Tayieb" al-Hyari (https://www.alhyari.art)
Illustration for a fictional story where there is a male-exclusive pandemic which will cause your body size to slowly shrink once you catch it.
An original artwork commissioned to be used for the S/S19 print based collection for luxury menswear brand Orlebar Brown. From the original ink painting scenic and repeat patterns were created.
‘I wish I was’, a gentle reminder of the futility of projecting onto others, written in verse by Richard Johnson and brought beautifully to life by Jan Bielecki. Full to the brim with playful characters and dreamy scenery, there is magic everywhere you look.
A reader about a dad telling his son varies tales before going to bed, but the son is so intrigued that he wants to hear more. Collaborative project with artist Amy Xu
From the children's book "Yatandou" A lovely story about a young African girl raised with traditional values, hard work, and gratitude. A painting of Yatandou headed to Market with goods to sell and her goat in tow.
Illustration of snow leopard for animated opening sequence of VOICES FROM THE ROOF OF THE WORLD, a documentary series about effects of climate change on communities and ecosystems around the Himalayas.
Environment, wildlife, habitat ecology, nature, snow leopard, big cat, animal, beast, predator, rocky, textured paper, mixed media, paper, outdoors, mountains, texture.
Created for SCBWI (Central and South Ohio) for use on social median banners
This poster is a tribute to the African-American activist Rosa Parks and vindicates the role of women in some non recognized jobs such as that of the female instrumentalist. On the other hand, her defiant look shows that despite being at night and being alone, she is not afraid.
Childfood is a cookbook for children created by Luca Scarcella, writer and journalist based in Turin. In addition to collecting recipes of exquisite dishes specially created by international star chefs, it collects short stories about the ingredients illustrated by illustrators from all over the world.
portrait of the English writer and poet A.E. Coppard for The New Yorker web.
Mural commission for renovated pedestrian underpass.
The Tunnelers—a badger, a groundhog, several worms, and other assorted critters—are all travelers or makers of subterranean passageways.
A pedestrian underpass seems like a natural place for them to be commuting through, while the commute, in itself, is the magical equalizer of the suburbs. Whatever our pecking order or business, even the hungry owls and tempting moles have to tolerate each other while in transit.
Illustration package (9 images) done for American Educator Magazine, one being the cover.
Cover artwork by Alleanna Harris for Beekman 1802's Almanac Cover.
Character artwork by Kim Ekdahl created for the upcoming book 'The Jasmine Throne' by Tasha Suri.
Book cover for cozy mystery. Author: Dorothy St. James
Front wine label design (there is a rear label design as well) showing the Andes mountain range, where the run off from the mountains along with abundant sunshine produces the best Malbec grapes! Logo design as well as illustration done by Vicky Enright.
Illustrated for the Orlando Magic's Digital Poster Series. Local artists were asked to create posters based on the Magic's NBA history in Orlando.
Part of a series of illustrations for National Geographic Traveler magazine depicting different types of travelers. Here the luxury lady with branded luggage.
Painterly Cover Illustration for the Financial Times on how the race for renewable energy is reshaping global politics.
Logo design for First UMC's children's programs.
The computer mouse was invented in the early 1960s. However, it did not begin its triumphal advance until two decades later. Hence its inventor, Douglas C. Engelbart, no longer had much to do with this success story. But a certain Steve Jobs did.
I was commissioned to create a suite of character and supporting editorial illustrations for a new Recruitment consultancy Peoplehawk
Illustration by Suzanne Washington for 'The Ultimate Guide to Astrology' commissioned by The Quatro Group.
Humorous look at alternative ( holistic) cruise. From my illustration vault.
The Arts at the Old Fire Station in Oxford, UK commissioned Kati to create two large window vinyl illustrations to go on their building in a prominent place in Oxford. The illustrations were to reflect the vibrant and fun glimps of the wide range of artistic activities and community support that is available to a diverse audience inside the building that houses two charities.
Editorial artwork by artist Margarida Esteves for a SuperHi article.
Switzerland Adventure Guide created by Kayla Stark for Be Ready Explorers.
Portrait of Gertrude (Ma) Rainey by artist Steffi Walthall for The New Yorker.
Poster design by Bright Artist Paddy Donnelly for Our Wicklow Heritage.
Little green elf trying to befriend a little hairy spider while a big asian carp is approaching. Children, whimsical cartoon illustration. Waterlili, fairies, fish, spider. Palette evoking vegetation. Green, blue, orange, red.
Super Bowl cartoon for MAD Magazine's blog and social media.
Illustration for the home page of MIT Management Sloan School
Part of an ongoing campaign appearing on billboards, transit and print ads in the Seattle area.
Jeremy Sancha and his beautiful linocuts are providing the perfect Winter escape right now! Jeremy was commissioned by British Airways Magazine to create a series of reflections of Japan, and we love the sense of tranquility he has captured.
Packaging artwork by Bright Artist El Primo Ramon for Honey&So.
Empowered Embroidery is part of a series of Art Makers series published by Quarto. Learn to sketch and stitch strong, recognizable women from all walks of life. Featuring sketching and illustration instructions, basic stitches, embroidery techniques, and projects with portraits of famous women, this book is a must-have tool for hands-on artists and crafters.
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A coffee bag design inspired by Ethiopian patterns, colors and folklore, a pitch concept for Alaska Coffee Roasting Co.
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Miriam the prophetess, older sister of Moses and Aaron, Singing the Song of the Sea. The piece was inspired by the Mucha style of Art Nouveau, created with Adobe Illustrator and colored in Adobe Photoshop.
Illustration for the organisation The Swedish Disability Rights Federation and their project "Right from the start" which deals about that all people should have the same right and possibility to connect to the society in all aspects.
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This project was to bring awareness to the poor conditions of the people in the Omo River Valley. Due to the oil spills, the river has been polluting the water this village relies on and killing their ecosystem. View the gallery of photos and support the cause through the link below:
Illustrations for Yanbal's Christmas Campaign
Xmas, Christmas, Beauty, Parfum, Luxury, Advertising, Catalogue, Editorial, Natural, Cosmetics
Collection of stamps and fun stickers for envelopes.
Illustrated logo for Author Nation, a resource website for authors.
Album artwork for Pomplamoose's album 'Invisible People' designed by Bright Artist Adele Leyris.
Series of eight pen and ink stippled illustrations to accompany David Attenborough's "witness statement". Species illustrated include the honey bee, blue whale, ammonite, Thomson's gazelle, and brain coral
This short animation has been created for Authors and Co. company based in UK to represent their special program called The One.
Felices Fiestas - Christmas GiftCard for Target.
Paris scratch-off map for outdoor scratch maps.
City, paris, maps, ediotiral, travel.
An illustration for The New Yorker’s film review section of “Kajillionaire,” starring Evan Rachel Wood, and Gina Rodriguez.
Illustration for cover of The Table with the Intercultural Center at University of Maryland- Baltimore
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An illustration of a book review of "The Age of Wood" featured in the December 2020 edition of The New Republic
Artwork by Bright Artist Olivia Holden for Be Ready Explorers.
Susan Burghart was commissioned by Wimbledon Brewery to design the bottle artwork for their new luxury Wimbledon Garden Gin.
The result is a smooth, traditionally flavoured, dry gin, with a brewery twist and a delicate citrus top.
Cover art for children’s book, Dreamwalker and Chloe, written by Callie Michael. Story of a young horse who is taken away from his mother before he can learn the life lessons that every horse needs to live in this world.
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Editorial illustrations for No Place Like Home Magazine, for an article about the power of agents in European Football
Image done for Christian Science Monitor for the holiday's.
Represented by Folio Art.
A film noir style 76 page children's chapter book containing color and black and white illustrations for each chapter.
Slack did the artwork for two lines of backpacks, lunchboxes, water bottles and soccer bottles for Crocodile Creek.
Masse did the new artwork for the company's Raspberry Vanilla Porter can.
Masse did illustrations for the book which demonstrates a fun way for kids to learn math.
Editorial artwork by Rachael Presky for Brio Magazine
Illustration for a strap representative of the Mexican Holiday "Dia de Muertos".
Spot for Essential Living homes - spring surrounded by daffodils
Delta Dental mascot redesign into comic book inspired supehero for promotional comic book ad by Kenneth Brian Moore
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Botanical Writing Paper Set design by BrightArtists Tuppence Collective, created exclusively for Not on the High Street.
Cover artwork by Bright Artist Jane Newland for Flow Magazine Germany.
Editorial illustration by Jessica Smith for Slimming World Magazine.
Winter holidays gift-card for S.Brothers&Co
Becky Thorns recently illustrated this wonderfully festive artwork for Tesco Magazine. Encouraging children to write their own letter to Santa, Becky’s illustration even comes with gingerbread men and candy canes to colour-in yourself at home!
A series of monthly illustrations promoting birthstone jewelry.
Signed prints of my "Neil Peart" Limelight lyric portrait are being used by the Peart family to raise money for cancer research and treatment through the Overtime Angels charity, as well as his memorial concert event.
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A subtle surreal vision of myself surrounded by flowers that I paint for textile designs and those flowers regrow from myself, the creativity in action.
Published in the #4 Uppercase, a quarterly magazine for creative and curious
Character design and illustration for picture book series Be Happy to be You and Be Proud to be Blue by Diane Hull, illustrated by Jan Dolby.
Illustrated promotional poster of Call the Midwife for the Radio Times Magazine.
Working with Forbes Magazine, Japan, I created monthly illustrations for the 'Tales of the Car' feature. The brief would include the car that needed to be featured, and also a description of the kind of environment it needed to be driving in.
Commission for the National Pastime Museum commemorating great moments in baseball history and story, world series, dodgers, Yankees, Cubs, white sox, stadium, home run, sports, catcher, home plate, ninth inning, picture book.
Editorial cover commemorating the Apollo moon landing of July 1969, and illustrating inside editorial by Mr. Hector Ramos
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Cover artwork by Manuel Šumberac for New Scientist Magazine.
Cover artwork by Bright Artist Octavia Bromwell for Flow Magazine France.
Cover artwork for Mindful Planner.
Children's Book Exploring the fantasy and whimsy of your own Robot
Bold, graphic and typographic, LA Times Cover from Ahoy There Studio.
Officially licensed Avengers Infinity War & Endgame screen-prints, created for for Grey Matter art.
Poster for Season 2 of The Mandalorian on Disney +
These stunning, contemporary portraits were illustrated by Sophie Melissa to accompany a feature about the importance of discussing race in social housing.
Illustration for the August '20 issue of DownEast, Maine's state magazine. Accompanied an essay about rediscovering family history in a remote part of Maine's coast.
History, Lineage, Colonization, identity, pilgrimage, discovery, ancestry, wilderness, outdoors, kayaking, New England,
Cover artwork by Becca Stadtlander for Resurgence & Ecologist Magazine
Editorial artwork by Anastasia Magloire Williams for Chicago Magazine
Illustration, Bold, New York City, Travel, Poster, Advertising.
Latest Project: Paul was hired to design and illustrate a retro but current poster for this fun and zany Halloween movie from Adam Sandler for Netflix.
I was commissioned by Allendale Brewery to create a design for their Beacon Pale Ale. After few sketches we settled for the portrait of a warrior woman wearing a ram's skull adorned by feathers and tribal/vintage jewellery. The illustration was drawn in Photoshop using Wacom Cintiq for a clean and crisp line. Background pattern was also hand-drawn using the tablet and then arranged and coloured in Photoshop. The layout was executed using Illustrator.
Sugar Skulls calendar contains 12 fun and whimsical illustrations
Illustrations created for two short stories in the current online issue of Duke Magazine
Cover artwork for 'Letters from Camp' for Audible.
Cover artwork for 'Grandma for President' for Audible.
Artwork for The Box Kitchen and Bar depicting the restaurant's local suppliers and food journey.
Artwork by Sarah Long for Klarna.
The Japanese, dragon spirit of the ocean is a mythical creature the client wanted to depict within modern surf culture, in a fantastical and exhilarating way. The modern version of Mizuchi protects and defends the wave riders during each session.
Cover art for Audible's 'Unspoken' by Bright Artist Alette Straathof.
Simon Spilsbury recently teamed up with one of the most awarded and influential Creative Director’s in the world, Eugene Cheong to mark the launch of his latest company ‘ETheAgency’. Simon produced a series of loose brush and ink illustrations, which complimented perfectly the small agency ethos of EtheAgency. “We’re a little advertising agency and that’s how we intend to stay. No matter how big we end up”
Cover art for Audible Original 'Silverswift' written by Natalie Lloyd. Art by Nan Lawson.
Introducing Pop Magic, an innovative line of preschool books from pop-up wizard Matthew Reinhart, illustrated by comic genius Toby Leigh.
Publishing, Children's Books, Pop Up, Humour.
Editorial Illustrations for Slimming World Magazine by Bright Artist Aura Lewis
Cover of "Sleep Donation" written by Karen Russell
Picture Book written by Kim Weybrecht. To be published by Brown Kids Club
One of two illustrations provided for the Baffler this past April
cover illustration for La croix l'hebdo magazine. Subject was about the increase of people in need of food aid
City cat walking along a tree branch on a snowy night.
Shawn was commissioned by DreamWorks Press to create final color art for the title "How to Train your Dragon" (pencils by Denise Shimabukuro). "How to Train Your Dragon" is also currently published by Little Golden Books.
Designed a pleasing artwork piece for the home page of TWEAKD's website.
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A Humorous Look at the Values, Virtues, and Knowledge Baby Boomers Feel Millennials Don't Know in One Journal
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A small commission from CSEF to keep students and professors safe this year.
Packaging design for Arboretum Blend Ground Coffee, exclusive to Liberty.
A lifestyle illustration of a Polish restaurant, commissioned for use as a social media marketing tool.
mixed media (gouache and acrylics) illustration based on a color comp created for Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds
Xuetong Wang represented by Folio Art // Carton illustration of women bathing in milk.
Editorial Illustration by Cindy Kang for ProPublica x The Oregonian article.
Illustration for Fast Company about concussion diagnosing technology through an eye-tracking device called EyeBOX.
A celebration of pigeons - a misunderstood and under-appreciated bird. They are depicted in bright jewel tones, with an emoji-style sparkle on one of their heads.
I illustrated and assisted with the design conceptualized by Sajjad Musa,
African Giant won Album of the Year at the 2019 All Africa Music Awards and was nominated for Best World Music Album at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards.
Graham Robson created this beautiful illustration for Glaad's Every Valentine’s Day Campaign, celebrating LBGTQ+ love. Love is love!
With such a prevalent platform, we must recognise illustrations vital role in visualising stories that celebrate and promote inclusivity & diversity!
Introducing this beautiful series of plates made by Italian brand Bitossi Home in the ongoing collaboration with Aitch. Aitch's playful, folklore inspired imagery proves to audiences that storytelling and ceramics go perfectly in hand and that pictures are a beautiful way for brands to tell imaginative stories.
Spectacular Fresque Mural from Elzo Duert for Brussels based fashion store Mr Ego Brussels. There is something edgy and visually exciting about Elzo Durt's bold collaged approach that powerfully capture and convey the stories behind Mr Ego’s urban fashion brand.
Lino-cut book cover illustration for A Claxton Diary by one of the best nature writers in Britain.
Introducing the new Converse Twisted Resort Collection, bought to life by Stefano Colferai. Stefano Colferai created a campaign for the release that playfully celebrates Converse's world of pack-inspired references, with aliens and flying saucers among Nevada cacti and rocks.
A logo animation of a mouse coming home.
As a way to provide educational tools for teachers during the COVID 19 Pandemic, I was asked to illustrate a series of coloring pages for the Vermont Public Radio podcast, But Why a podcast for Curious Children. This one is for the episode Are Unicorns Real?
Illustration for Cacao Artisan Chocolate Packaging. Known for their one of a kind cocoa beans, The client wanted me to include elements of Mayan Civilization like the masks, temples, forests etc.
A creative collaboration project with a local jewellery designer. Inspired by the fleeting moments of childhood and nostalgia, the tone is playful, warm and melancholy.
Commissioned by independent author Jack Alford, Welcome to Biggleswick is a rhyming children's book that takes a look at the unique town of Biggleswick. Jack Alford has asked me to bring to life this story of his of a young audience.
Poster design for NIX&KIX Ltd. used for their promotional drinks festival.
Profile article about New Yorker jazz critic Whitney Balliett
Breathe new life into your creativity by diving into the vibrant colors of the Moleskine City by Carlo Stanga.
Reconnecting with the wildlife and the outdoors during lockdown in the UK.
Header illustration for Kundalini Yoga.
Drawing tutorial for the Gibraltar Magazine's monthly art editorial.
The art was created for the CHEERS section of Simply Gluten Free magazine, Sept/Oct 2020. I am given a cocktail recipe for each issue to illustrate. This drink calls to mind crisp, cool Autumn evenings by the fire pit.
From my picture book 'An Inconvenient Dog'.
This is the final page after we, as the reader, have watched our fluffy puppy grow to be the unruly mountain of dog that he becomes. In his mess and chaos he is adored and happily very Convenient.
Pattern Illustration & Design for Beauty Product Packaging
Illustrations for Video Content for Joe Smith in the video "Patreon CEO reveals data trends to help creators in 2021"
Building Knowledge: What an Elementary Curriculum should do.
Portrait of Naomi Watanabe for Paper Magazine's "It's Nice To Laugh" section.
Wedding glam in the time of COVID.
This is a new piece I did for Sports Illustrated KIDS for their fall issue on the start of the NFL season. This piece talks about the New England Patriots attempts to resurrect their past success as they usher in a new era.
How Distressed Investors Are Getting Ready for Business Failures
1st Prize in the Bonnier Books fiction category for the fabulous children's book 'Marge in Charge' by Isla Fisher. Trying to capture the mischievous nature of this character was key to the composition, creating a cover that demands attention while still being full of excitement and energy.
Digital illustration featuring essential key workers during COVID 19 pandemic. Coronavirus, nurse, nursing, care, hospital, African American, police, postal worker, postman, supermarket delivery, utility worker, fireman, best illustration, patient, realistic, people, faces, community, human faces
Illustrations for the GRL PWR eyeshadow palette of Queen Tarzi, a makeup brand from Europe. The illustration features a diverse group of women. Beauty illustration, packaging, watercolor, ink, african american, middle east, headscarf, asian, caucasian, freckles, redhead, group portrait, girl gang
Design for promotion for the independent bookstore Wild Rumpus
12 month calendar, each month featuring a child learning to make peace with all of his emotions and fears (AKA monsters)
Book cover artwork for a historical fantasy novel about a fiery, red-haired psychic trying to stop a murder in Edwardian London.
This is an illustration for the cover of a novel. I design the type for the cover as well.
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Illustration of the details required to safely ventilate a room storing hazardous liquids.
Illustration for the I Heart Comix newsletters based on the recent Netflix Documentary 'Tiger King'
Book cover of "Revolution" created for St. Martin’s Press. Graphic, design, firearms, war, revolution, revolt, Sandanistas, story, guns, flowers, woman, revolutionary, montage, collage, red, striking, narrative, power, Central America, travel, adventure, Nicaragua, uprising, civil war, conflict, tension, gritty, realism, dark, edgy, high contrast, edge, montage, collage, independence, strong, bold, array, cut, layered, figure, women, female, feminine, strength, determined
Editorial illustration showing the documentation of natural wildlife.
Cover illustration for British newspaper The Times, featuring an explosive scene from the epic war film 1917.
Portrait illustration for TIME Magazine, featuring Indira Gandhi.
Cover illustration for BK luxury travel magazine, Switzerland on the topic of serenity.
New collaboration with Injenia.com! I've been working with this amazing company to renovate their entire website, we added hand painted patterns, animated illustrations...a whole new world! Check it out----> www.injenia.it
KEEP SAFE, SAVE LIVES
I loved illustrating this book. Published by Egmont Children's Books to celebrate 75 years since WW2 Victory in Europe.
Commisioned illustration for the corporate image of the fire alarm company Detexim Technology
Owen Davey represented by Folio Art
A map illustration inspired by the story of the Beneteau brand, which originated in Vendée in 1884, to bring in the New Year (2019).
Promotional web illustration for FLIKR's personal tabletop fire pit.
Illustrating fan theories about The End of The F***ing World as part of the promotion campaign for Season 2.
Modern color and style were utilized for advertising literature. Images include application of intranasal vaccine; antibody locations in mucosal, systemic and cellular systems; FluMist® Quadrivalent Virus versus traditional flu virus; live attenuated vaccine; and traditional inactivated flu vaccine.
This an illustration for the movie Ad Astra starring Brad Pitt
A hand painted, moving automaton depicting the life of the Ironbridge coracle skipper, Harry Rodgers.
The automaton is in-situ in the museum, encased in a glass and wooden box featuring hand painted lettering.
The scene is hand rendered using liquid watercolour and coloured pencil on laser cut plywood.
Character Costume Design
Featured on Super Bowl Sunday 2020, the legendary Budweiser beer crest has new assets built by Filip Yip at Yippe.com.
Player illustrations of select members of the Indiana Pacers for their 2019-2020 season tickets
Scientists have developed an audio way to analyze the sun's behavior
Illustration series create for the Dasher app to explain the benefits of delivering with DoorDash.
Priest traces the sign of the cross on the baby's forehead. This Illustration is a page spread from the children's book "When You Were Baptized" for Liturgy Training Publications. It is the book cover as well.
Cover illustration for Convene Magazine
Illustration for fabric based on your pet used on a chair for Stir magazine
These stylish and thought provoking visuals were created by Tom Peake in his detailed style for The Economist; reporting on the damaging effects of climate change.
Saving Goals illustration for Plansponsor.
Tropical Midnight illustration for Kato tote. Pattern was also used on Kato candle packaging.
I was hired to create an MMA Sponsor shirt for Bang4Bang Fight Gear. The shirt was worn by Toby Misech in Bellator 235. You can see more on my Behance page: https://www.behance.net/gallery/89832661/MMA-Sponsor-shirt
Illustration for the article for "How my dumbphone made me smarter" for The Globe and Mail newspaper.
Illustration for the cover of Hilton Magazine, Winter 2019/2020
Christmas Greeting to Donors
Spot illustrations for Buzzfeed Reader's review/excerpt for Oyinkan Braithwaite's My Sister, The Serial Killer
Illustration for the book cover of The Last Spell Breather for Oxford Children's Books.
VetFunder is a Crowdfunding web platform that exclusively hosts veteran-led focused startup companies. Working closely with the founder, Chris Mitchell was commissioned to explore, develop and craft a dynamic brand identity ready for its launch. The contempary illustrative icon of Pegasus the Greek God of Wisdom provides a classic theme to project the required wisdom and courage that is often associated with successful startups. Crafted lettering design by associate Chris Weir.
Illustration for article Moving On for Orange Coast Magazine.
Cover story illustration for Benefits Pro magazine and digital edition. Includes full, interior spread.
Guide on spring blossoms for Waitrose Food Magazine.
Front page opener illustration for article Resi Rulers for The Real Deal magazine.
a story about relationships told through small recorded phone calls and the new perspective our narrator receives about self-identity and love. as she recreates herself from the memories of her father and grandmother.
The illustration of these blue anemone flowers where designed to be printed on a nature inspired home decor collection of quality products such as art print, cushion, a coffee mug, dishtowels, paper napkins, bags, a placemat, a tray and an umbrella. The client wanted the illustration to have an old retro botanical feel.
Chapter 5 Illustration from "Lyla Lyte and the Li'Berry Fruit," a mid-level chapter book written by I'deyah Ricketts. Artwork created by Katie Williams.
Opening background for a mini cheddars advertisement. Inked traditionally. Coloured digitally.
Rod Hunt has collaborated with Yappy.com to create Where's 'Your Dog'?, a personalised Search and Find book featuring your very own dog! On the Yappy website enter your dog's breed, colour and name, it's then hidden though out 12 crazily detailed scenes. Available only at Yappy.com
In the NFL, Tom Brady passed Peyton Manning for second place in all-time yards thrown. The New England Patriots wanted to celebrate by getting the top four quarterbacks kicking back on a couch. Peyton is passing the torch....er...the football to Tom in celebration of this sports achievement while Brett Favre and Drew Brees look on. This social illustration received great engagement and fans loved it.
A series of illustrations for the FALL 2020 issue, which includes two portraits and an 18wx5h end of article spread about two past and current students. The First Black Male (1970) and Female ( current ) present of the student senate. The article describes challenges they faced, and still face, Black Lives Matter protests as well as eradicating defamatory language written on campus. This illustration is of Melanie Flowers, the first black female president of the student senate at NC State.
This animation educates viewers on the facts of dengue fever from the perspective of a child. https://vimeo.com/337385023
Illustrations & cover 'Superstition: White Rabbits and Black Cats' by Sally Coulthard.
Karl created a series of folk illustrations to bring superstitions to life as well as designing two covers, giving the reader the chance to enter the dark side or light side of the book.
You can read more about this project here: https://thebrightagency.com/uk/blog/very-superstitious-karl-james-mountford-for-quadrille-publishing
One step in a surgical series depicting execution of the Convergent Procedure to treat Atrial Fibrillation.
Cover illustration, interior illustrations, design and layout for rpg book
Chris Brown was commissioned by The Chase to create a suite of assets that could be used across various media including OOH advertising and merchandise to promote the Fire Fire! exhibition at the Museum of London. Utilising his traditional lino-cut technique and extensive research into the architecture and costume of the time he created a cityscape that can be adapted across any output.
Illustration for the Class Notes section. The story was about what alumni would put in a time capsule from their college days. This one was from a student in college in 1962 who wanted to preserve Valentino's pizza.
The collection of stories in the book “Once upon the Future: Everyday Adventures that Change the World” is about hope and leadership towards a more sustainable future and is mainly targeted at children aged 7-10, but also at the young at heart of all ages.
This is the story of Sulaiman Addonia, when he left Sudan for Saudi Arabia. For the first time he was confronted with the colour of his skin… But Sulaiman Addonia kept strong, holding the memory of Hayat who gave hem a red balloon when he left Sudan...
MUTI represented by Folio Art
Rebecca Mock represented by Folio Art
Andrés Lozano represented by Folio Art
Illustration for Cornetto - Summer of Music