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For the Weekend Interview Opinion page.
Article about the gender health gap, the lack in research on medical conditions that pertain to the female body.
62 foot long wall decal for cannabis shop in Fort Pierce Florida. Vector illustration designed in Adobe Illustrator.
Vector Illustration of the Portland cityscape
Mural illustration for charity
One of the two illustrations made for The Guardian for a feature about a handful of people who are victims of the recent crypto crash and how they are coping with in some cases losing everything.
Kingfisher is the letter "K" in the baby board book, An African Alphabet.
animated music video
By Vladimir Sorokin
Translated from the Russian by Max Lawton
for the NY Times book review of “Night of the Living Rez,” a collection of stories by Morgan Talty who illuminates life and death on the Penobscot Indian Nation reservation.
Op-Ed for the NYTimes that ran on the 10th. On the perception of evil in American culture as being an incurable part of a broken human soul, and how that perception guides lawmakers stance (and inaction) on gun control.
Illustration for @artistrightsalliance about how Spotify's new discovery mode puts more financial pressure on musicians.
A Gamble, Illustration by Adam Niklewicz created for a Human Resources mag piece on the subject of credibility.
Human resources people often gamble whether to believe an employee with a complaint and often go by their gut feelings. Adam paints with acrylics on board.
View more work by Adam on illustrationzone.com
Illustration for Book Cover
A few months ago I had the pleasure of illustrating the cover for Cameron Wyllies, "Is There a Pigeon in the Room", featuring the beautiful architecture of Edinburgh's George Heriot and Stewart Melville Schools. And the book is out now, published by Birlinn books.
#illustration #edinburgh #art #bookcover #book #education #georgeheriotsschool #stewartmelville
An illustration of two internet sleuths done in a retro/vintage/mid-century style, to accompany an article which explored the popularity of true crime content, especially among women.
Art for a flashcard deck promoting daily mental health and mindfulness practices.
Children's book illustration about book smugglers in Lithuania during the late 1800s. Secret Schools is about underground schools throughout history and around the world.
VIP event stationery for Estee Lauder Switzerland.
landscape, mountains, church, Switzerland, travel, alps, snow, skiing, joy, event, dinner, stationery, surface design, poster, editorial, blue, winter, lake, city
Portrait editorial of Ron Finley - the gardener and style maker.
Titled "Aloha Band", this 70-piece kids puzzle design features Junonia Arts paper collage illustration. The art captures a musical scene inspired by the Hawaiian islands with all native plants and animals.
Lesley Buckingham was commissioned to create a series of illustrations for their Platinum Jubilee campaign, to be featured across Bill's menus, online and social.
As a sweet brand, bringing love and joy is what we’re all about. We believe in a future that is powered by love, in all its colour. So for our new product, Candy Kittens LOVES, we’ve created a sweet that’s bursting with colour and fruity flavours as a way of celebrating and spreading love, and injecting some happiness into the world.
From schools to hospitals to law enforcement, problems with outmoded, expensive, clunky technology can be found in every area of the public sector, but things are changing.
John Oliver is a British-Amrican comedian and a television host of "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" on HBO. In this portrait I decided to explore the differences between John's British roots against the traditions of his adoptive country via tattoo doodles covering his face and hands.
Month of July (study)
Created for the editorial article, "Airing Their Views: Female Pundits" for Glorious Sport. Written by Rebecca Myers.
An illustrated self Coaching book, that guides you through 7 days of finding a way to persue your goals in personal life, profession or whatever you need to change.
Landscape illustration show casing the wild flowers and animals of Hay-on0-wye in an idealised setting, along with the tents and bunting of the Hay Literature Festival.
Used on the annual celebratory mug for 2022
Illustration of 5 Washington Capitals players, incorporated into a overall design, for a fan appreciation poster given out at a Caps home game.
Brighton-based illustrator Nishant Choksi gets playful with his illustrations for Weightwatchers' latest campaign.
Illustrations for April's issue of Harper's Magazine's article Spies Next Door by John Beck, about China's intimidation campaign against Uighur exiles.
Digital mural celebrating community for BMO bank.
Artist: Jorge González
Client: Harper's magazine
For a review of Hernan Diaz's new book "Trust"
my proposal for the Method Joy Inside Campaign of 2020.
We worked with scientists from Chan Zuckerberg Biohub, the Wellcome Sanger Institute, and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard to represent their Human Cell Atlas research. Their 3 joint papers are published in this week's Science magazine. The human cell reference catalog identifies key differences between cell types in different tissues.
Fruity little illustrations for the iconic shop's brand new scented tea collection. Green tea and mandarin, loose tea caddy and teabags in boxes.
Bloom, illustrated by Talia Skyles is an Amazon Editors Pick for the best books of May!
Targeting the multiple factors that drive obesity
Rooms of Their Own travels around the world examining the unique spaces, habits and rituals in which famous writers created their most notable works.
From James Baldwin, writing in the small hours of the morning in his Paris apartment to the Bronte sisters managing in a crowded co-working space, this book takes us into the lives of some of history's greatest ever writers, with each writing space illustrated in evocative watercolour by James Oses.
PepsiCo is proud to have partnered with Ed McGowan on this epic mural celebrating the Pepsi and KFC partnership, and being back in person again for the 2022 AKFCF Convention. Full to the brim with character and charm, Ed's colourful work was the perfect choice for this playful partnership!
RB&HH provide specialist care in treating lung cancer. I illustrated the cover of the new edition of their magazine, Case Notes, which focuses on their specialist teams and techniques to treatment.
Poster created to promote the street festival We Are Melrose 2022, an annual gathering celebrating Healing and Resiliency in the South Bronx.
Giovanni was asked by Harvard Magazine to illustrate the racial disparity in healthcare outcomes, and exposure to infection in the wake of COVID 19 in America.
So excited to share the cover for my new book, written by Kath Jewitt, and published by the wonderful team at Townhouse publishing. (Really fun to see footage of it at the Bologna Book fair too!) Had such a lovely time working on this one!!
A custom watercolor depicting the lively nightlife during prehistoric times. The panoramic scene features a variety of dinosaur species conversing, working, playing and imbibing at a popular hole-in-the-wall tavern. Work was created as wall art to perch above a bar in Iowa.
Frank Morrison's work is included in the exhibit Picture the Dream: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement Through Children's Books at the New York Historical Society.
Illustrations for the Land Rover Discovery.
Each of the illustrations showcases a different adventure and they were collected into a small set for potential customers. Here is the Beach Adventure which showcases a couple whale watching.
The Adventures of Archaeological Doug is now available in hardcover!
Doug and Sandy are in southern China. They discover a square shaped artifact and are instantly transported back 2,000 years to the middle of a small fishing village...
Editorial illustration for an article about the violent history of South Africa and the perspective on a culture of peace. Winner of Best-in-Show award in the Communication Arts Illustration Annual 63
On August 5, 1984, millions of people around the world watched a live television broadcast of the first women’s Olympic marathon's gold medal winner, Joan Benoit. The Audible's podcast written by Joan herself with Peter McDonnell, has Ivan Canu's cover illustration and design.
The assignment was to create dog characters that could be used in various ads and promos to create awareness of Art For Barks a non profit organization dedicated to helping retired service dogs and dog health concerns
Editorial illustration for the Wall Street Journal about the dilemma of choosing to work for a large company or for a start-up.
“Offering a total of 616 unique ways to present a layout element, its visual vocabulary is expansive! Used in conjunction with photography, illustration, video, data visualization and our systems for typography and color, the framework gives our editorial teams tremendous flexibility to be visually expressive in whatever way best suits the story they’re telling.”
Ever wondered what’s it really like to work in a restaurant on the busiest night of the year?
Stephen Collins shines a light on all that goes on, on Valentines Day, with his playful series for Waitrose Magazine!
Artist: Oleg Buyevsky
Client: The New Statesman, for the article "the Sinister return of Eugenics", written by John Gray.
F/C illustration for the cover of the book "Pass of Fire", that is part of the series Destroyermen.
Using 3d Cgi, our challenge was to clearly visualise the level of engineering complexity that exists behind the outer shell of this highly detailed Lego Technic model. Consisting of 1000’s of parts and requiring an instruction manual of close to 500 pages to assemble, the final marketing image shows why assembly can easily take over 8 hours!
I created these illustrations for an article by Ed Yong about how the pandemic made it clear that science touches everything, and everything touches science. I used tarots as a metaphor for the complexity and chaos of the pandemic issue. I preferred to let the tarots themselves speak. So, I created 12 different tarots. I used “The Pandemic” instead of the card “The fool” represented by a fool’s hat over the world to underscore how the pandemic hasn’t just been a science story.”
Although the “Cows ‘Nourishment’ Campaign” can’t claim sole responsibly for Calcium’s year over year growth, it is safe to say that creating awareness and brand recognition certainly helped.
In 2020, MM&M Magazine, for their “Top 100 Agencies” article, requested agencies submit a record album cover that was indicative of their agency. Calcium decided to do a takeoff of the famous Beatles “Abbey Road” album cover.
ABOUT THE WORK: This is the back cover for a graphic novel that Barry co-created with writer Steven Peros called Stoker and Wells. Stoker and Wells is the “true” story of how Bram Stoker and H.G. Wells met in London is 1890. They embark on a great adventure which inspires their two great novels, Dracula and The Time Machine, respectively. The drawing was created with pen and ink. It depicts the character Nina fighting off a giant Venus Flytrap.
This was one of a much larger plush series which included both plush and packaging design aimed at children from ages 4 to 7. The client requested the creation of numerous cute “marshmallow plush” aliens along with the packaging. I chose fun vibrant colours along with plush designs that would be endearing to the child.
John has created this illustration for AOPA magazine article about John Huston pranking Burt Lancaster by dropping ping pong balls over the golf course to disrupt his tournament play.
During the pandemic I submitted this design to paint on an electric utility box in Amherst, Massachusetts. This is one of several electric utility boxes I painted in Boston and towns in Western Massachusetts. I am a big supporter of the idea to paint drab industrial hardware in order to beautify the city and town landscape and initiated PAINT THIS BOX!, an effort to get electric utility boxes painted by artists in Northampton MA, my hometown.
When Coors came out with its TV Spot “Coors Light Train” it was a big hit. Because of this, they wanted to create an accompanying Point of Sale and POP experience. We had to remodel the train from TV footage to make a higher res version. After making the iconic images for the print campaign, we created a concept involving a life-size train made from a flatbed truck that traveled around the US hosting experimental events inside it.
We love creating realistic images that can’t be created using photography, using 3D imagery to create something which doesn’t exist..but you wish it did!
For the Beer Island image, we wanted to create a fantasy scene which was fun, believable and nice to look at. We thought a beer bottle shaped island would be a great image, with the Heineken label making a perfect swimming pool. All elements, including the sea, boats, palm trees and people are created using 3D and rendered realistically.
I’ve been producing record covers and t-shirt designs for Brighton rockabilly band the Long Tall Texans since the mid-1980s and they’ve always been a real joy to work on. This mini-album was their most recent release and the brief for the cover, as ever, consisted of little more than the title. The rest was left up to me. I’m pretty familiar with the group and the type of imagery appreciated by their fanbase by now but even so, that’s a very open spec compared to most illustration jobs.
Nathan was commissioned to design the cover for the new self titled debut EP by the British Alt/Rock band 'Sleepy Beaucat'
The 4 track EP was produced by legendary producer/engineer Tony Platt best known for his work with AC/DC, Led Zeppelin and Bob Marley amongst many others.
The image is based on a real media acrylic on canvas painting painted by Nathan in 2006. The band liked the image so much that they asked Nathan to recreate it digitally keeping as much to the original as possible.
MTV needed art for their southern Real-World-like hit show “Floribama Shore” done in an 80’s movie poster style. I used a mix of traditional and digital to achieve the final look. The work
showed up in various media including a billboard in Times Square, NYC.
Designing and making art for the South Shore FC. Creating the design for Cloggy, the ghostly train conductor.
Wells Fargo Lunar New Year 2022 tiger finance calendar customer appreciation Quantasy + Associates advertising marketing colorful natural Chinese China sparrows blossoms branches hills white black red jade cover
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The Morefit logo was made for a new gym franchise around Brescia in Italy. I simplified the owner of the gym digitally, and integrated a nutrition and sports elements.
Moreover, after having developed the logo, I made a mural with the same logo.
Playful series of spot illustrations for Nokia.
MH Jeeves was recently commissioned to create a series of playful illustrations throughout the menus at The Cadogan Hotel.
Say hello to Tatiana Boyko's striking in-store mural for coffee giant, Starbucks store, Dubai! A nautical, whimsical exploration with moons and stars and the classic Starbucks mermaid.
Everything in Its Place: A Story of Books and Belonging (Doubleday) by Pauline David-Sax, illustrated by Charnelle Pinkney Barlow has received a starred review from Publisher's Weekly.
A Night on the Sand (HarperCollins) by Monica Mayper, illustrated by Jaime Kim won't be out until August but it is already getting great reviews from both the Center for Children's Books and Publishers Weekly.
The team at Color Health commissioned me to create a suite of brand illustrations to help bring to life the amazing work they do, which spans genomics and testing, to providing technology and infrastructure for large-scale health initiatives.
Advertisement commission from McCann Erickson as part of MasterCard Seven Wonders of the World sweepstakes.
2021 hair trends for Dyson. We’ve got 90's space buns, bob with bangs, textured locks, refined grunge, sleek and straight, and the influence of masks
WOMXN: Sticks and Stones: Acrostics and Poems to Reclaim the Words that Have Hurt Us | By Lexy Wren-Sillevis | Illustrated by Margaux Carpentier
Digital Book cover for, "Victoria Online: Inquisition.
Victoria Online follows Will as he tries to survive gangs, undead, and eldritch abominations in a virtual version of alternate history 1840s London.
A mixed media image using photomanipulation, drawing, and digital painting.
Article called "A Time Travelers Legacy by Octavia Butler.
I had the pleasure to create this illustration "One Planet One Health" for the University of Salerno, The Sanitary Environmental Engineering Division (SEED). The idea was to depict the image that portrays the importance of our Planet's health where medical doctors, veterinarians, and environmental engineers work for the same mission to protect our Planet. They need to cooperate for sustainable development, and every social group takes part to achieve this goal.
This illustration is a part of a series of posters for Communication Group iMars. images is a communication group providing a full range of services in the sphere of marketing communications. The poster's title is "Is there communications on Mars?"
An editorial illustration to portray "Equality, Diversity and Inclusion".
Vans, Shoes, Slugs, Banana Slugs, UCSB, Santa Barbara, Yellow and Green, Animals, Custom Shoes, Doodle, Mural
This is a recent editorial illustration for Arlington Magazine's "My Life" column about a military family's experience of moving their home many times.
Rebranded air safety cards were created when the airline underwent a rebrand.
A good book can salvage even the most trying travel snafus. Nine booksellers recommend their favorite new titles— from beach reads to a Pulitzer Prize winner— to pack.
Students from England, Japan, Belgium, and India speaking to each other in Spanish. Full-page intro illustration for the book How To Learn Spanish.
Commercial illustrations for Vuse promotional vehicles at Music Festivals throughout the UK this Summer.
Cover for a German National Geographic issue
Stamp design about the fauna and flora of the Costanera Sur, Buenos Aires.
This illustrated book that invites you to get to know the city of Buenos Aires from its most characteristic aspects ... and a good amount of curious numbers!
The official hero poster for the third to the series of the smash hit documentary on 80s horror movies, In Search Of Darkness.
Jonny Gibbs is serving some serious elegance with his latest labels for The Fluent Wine Company. Handcrafted with care, Jonny Gibb’s distinctive engraved style matches perfectly with the sustainable ethos and sheer beauty of this Californian based brand.
Vintage Penguin book cover illustrations for 5 Stella Gibbons novels published August 2021.
Eating to Extinction, written by Dan Saladino is an astonishing journey through the past, present and future of food, a love letter to the diversity of global food cultures, and a work of great urgency and hope. Beautiful cover artwork from lino-cut artist Clare Melinsky.
Poster made for Hotel Ruth in Stockholm in celebration of their opening. Logo and branding from DOT Stockholm.
'The Butterfly House' by Katy Flint and illustrated by Alice Pattullo. 40PP hardback. Published by Lincoln Childrens.
Bea Jackson's work is included in the exhibit Picture the Dream: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement Through Children's Books at the New York Historical Society.
IShadra Strickland's work is included in the exhibit IPicture the Dream: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement Through Children's Books at the New York Historical Society.
Publishers Weekly has a great review for Stop and Smell the Cookies (Putnam) by Gibson Frazier, illustrated by Micah Player. The review says "Player’s bright digital drawings depict Dash’s highs and lows with a verve that elevates Frazier’s well-intentioned storytelling."
Illustrated proverbs of different countries to be used as bookmarks / promotional material
Bright Artist Crissie Rodda for Dwell
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Poster for Bottleneck Gallery.
Dale’s latest work for Norway’s leading public transport provider Brakar. These artworks were created as part of a campaign to celebrate the launch of Brakar’s new electrical city-bikes for towns outside Oslo. Featured as GIF’s across social media and posters in OOH.
One in a series of whimsical illustrations highlighting Slim Shooters, a new product for our client.
Dylan Mierzwinski for Fringe Studio
The new release Journeys through the Radiant Citadel, cover for @dndwizards, is now on pre-order!
"I have to say that when I saw the setting of this world view and the requirements for this illu, I felt a whole new challenge. The etheric plane, the animals and plants made of different gems, the castle in the mist.. What a fascinating and difficult task!??????" Sija Hong
See nature in a whole new light with this enchantingly illustrated treasury of natural folklore and wild wisdom from around the world.
Two page spread illustration featuring portrait of the author and cicada theme to accompany the article.
The logo I made for bakery Le Petit Deli on their takeaway cups. It's inspired by French queen Marie Antoinette, who was known for her big hair and love for cakes. A perfect fit for a cute French bakery in Amsterdam!
Framed wall art for Hobby Lobby
This project is a book cover for the author Tony Licari. The medium is digital paint and ink. The book is an exploration of the themes of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic, "The Great Gatsby".
Fun little kids book I did All The illustrations design and Book layout for, and wrote some warped Dr. Seussish poetry -Also where I had to come up with some bullies named Brady Sadie and Grady
Written by Martina Grant (with goofy poetry by me)
Available on Amazon now
Tylko's modular shelving systems had their scale played with and were put into quirky scenarios by Chris Labrooy.
A still from one of the animations created with Spoon Tokyo showcasing the personal hurdles, emotion and inspiration of Bridgestone's athletes chasing their dreams at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic games.
A still from the title sequence for Netflix's new show 'Myth and Mogul: John Delorean' animated by Peter Strain.
TWO BOYS - ONE GOAL, FOOTBALL! The two characters are friends who love football. Jordan has cerebral palsy and works hard to be able to remove his calipers and play football. Noah is bullied relentlessly and football is his escape. This book has been written to inspire all those football players who want to aspire to be the best at their game. Created to raise money for the charity CRY Cardiac Risk in the Young.
POSTER for anniversary event of NITTA COFFEE STAND
Beautifully detailed hand painted cover for El Petit de Cal Er's latest album releasing September 17th 2021.
13 Exercises for Your Gut Health
Illustration by Michael Meister for Sanitas Health Insurance
A short and entertaining narrative of France from prehistory to the present, recounting the great events and personalities that helped create France’s cultural and political influence today.
Wickedly funny and exciting, Peal’s corking whistle-stop tour of the mavericks, monsters and madmen of the Georgian era takes in a dozen larger-than-life figures whose genius and excess exemplified the period.
Allison Hammond's new podcast for ITV. A mixture of 3D, photo cut-out and 2D animation.
Dog & Rabbit is an award winning crack team of specialists, an expert squad that, like the A-Team, loves it when a plan comes together. With 2D, 3D, stop-frame and 3D in their kit bags, they’re ready to tell your story no matter what it takes!
Just ask Sainsbury’s, Food Network, Travel Channel, Virgin Media, BBC, Puma and Kronenbourg. These smoothies have even helped Innocent.
A private client approached me as they wanted to have a poster created with the portraits of them and their friends. The poster had to be colourful, bubbly and fun to match the personality of whom the poster would be gifted to.
A mock manga cover used for promotional material for Dallas based musician Patrick Smith @psmithmusic
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Series of illustrations for WaxWork Records Deluxe 3xLP for Netflix's The Fear Street Films.
'America Doesn't Need Heroes' for Foreign Policy Magazine, explaining the German word 'Zivilcourage'.
'Zivilcourage' means standing up for what's right, even at true personal risk.
Editorial Illustration for Guardian Weekly's Cover on the global push to make air ventilators.
Playful tactile editorial paper illustration for Deutsche Bank Magazine.
Queen of Kindergarten (Nancy Paulsen Books) by Derrick Barnes, illustrated by Vanessa Brantley Newton is #10 on the August 21 New York Times Best Seller list for Children's books. This sweet story about a confident little Black girl having a fantastic first day of school is a companion to the New York Times bestseller The King of Kindergarten.
Editorial Illustration by Bright Artist Andy Passchier for Disney+
Illustrations done for the new book (released May 4, 2021), My Tree. The beautiful art depicts the story of a little boy losing his favorite plum tree in a storm.
The Joffrey Ballet's Rita Finds Home, featuring watercolors by Elisa Chavarri will make its debut at the Navy Pier Lake Stage in Chicago from July 9-10.
Main piece of artwork to accompany an opinion piece giving advice to potential adopters on raising black children as white parents.
Artwork depicting what the article is talking about in regards to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU's) specifically that of Morgan State University.
Illustration by Bright Artist Sam Prentice for Elle Decoration
Map and Icons design by Bright Artist Lianne Harrison for Sutton Council
Illustration by Bright Artist Hannah Clair for National Literacy Trust
Illustration for Foyles, commemorating their flagship store moving to the Central Saint Martins building on Charing Cross Road in central London.
Character illustrations and party icons for the Rebranding of ETA Ripple Potato chips
Lead art for an article questioning if ivy leagues schools are complacent with their own standards and quest for improving.
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For the web special "Top of Europe" I created an extensive illustration showing the various cleaning machines of Kärcher at the individual stops of the Jungfrau train.
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.
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.
Cushioning Energy Prices: The measures intended to alleviate social hardship and relieve the burden on companies.
Cover and interior illustrations for “Schlaglichter der Wirtschaftspolitik”, the magazine of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action.
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.
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.
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.
Illustrations from a full brand relaunch of "Taylors Coffee" Packaging.
Editorial portrait of Dr. Sumanta Pal for the March edition of Haymarket USA's Meeting Insights program.
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Portraits and Nature images for Halmar International, to be used with a project proposal.
Cover art for NPI Magazine, for a story on esports and competitive gaming. Dave Allen, AD
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
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.
portrait of fashion brand Moncler´s CEO Remo Ruffini for 032c, art direction by Joerg Koch.
Opening spread of a 4 page comic, commissioned by Weird NJ Magazine, based on an obscure piece of New Jersey history.
Written, designed, and illustrated by Adam Gustavson.
Arithmechicks take a Calculation Vacation, illustrated by Jia Liu has been named to the CBC's Hot of the Press list for May!
Editorial Illustration by Bright Artist Alleanna Harris for New York Times
Editorial Illustration by Bright Artist Kim Ekdahl for Guideposts.org
Book cover for cozy mystery. Author: Dorothy St. James
Part of a series of illustrations for National Geographic Traveler magazine depicting different types of travelers. Here the luxury lady with branded luggage.
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.
Illustration by Suzanne Washington for 'The Ultimate Guide to Astrology' commissioned by The Quatro Group.
Editorial artwork by artist Margarida Esteves for a SuperHi article.
Illustration by Bright Artist Paddy Donnelly for Embassy of Ireland, Belgium
Illustration for the home page of MIT Management Sloan School
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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Elise Gravel is featured in an Author Spotlight on the blog for the Worcester MA based bookstore Annie's Book Stop. The interview spotlights Elise's newest book Pink Blue and You (Anne Schwartz Books) written by Elise Gravel and Mykaell Blais.
Read the blog post here: https://anniesbookstopworcester.blog/2022/07/15/author-spotlight-friday-elise-gravel/
Editorial Illustration for Honest History Magazine
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3-D Rendering, Motion, Corporate, Education, Icons, Product, Technology, Web Design, Web Illustration, Branding
Illustration by Bright Artist Olivia Holden for Be Ready Explorers
Represented by Folio Art.
Colored pencil and acryla gouache
Masse did illustrations for the book which demonstrates a fun way for kids to learn math.
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Illustration by Bright Artist Jessica Smith for Be Ready Explorers
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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Illustrated promotional poster of Call the Midwife for the Radio Times Magazine.
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
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL #100DayCountdown social media campaign increase awareness inequality COVID-19 vaccines access world. Share the vaccine. Put people before profit!
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.
Poster for Season 2 of The Mandalorian on Disney +
Illustration by Bright Artist Becca Stadtlander for Southern Cultures Quarterly
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.
Cover artwork for 'Letters from Camp' for Audible.
Illustration by Clair Rossiter for Rowell Brokaw Architects
Artwork by Sarah Long for Klarna.
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
Picture Book written by Kim Weybrecht. To be published by Brown Kids Club
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.
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.
Xuetong Wang represented by Folio Art // Carton illustration of women bathing in milk.
Editorial Illustration by Bright Artist Cindy Kang for Laurence King Publishing for the project 'Therapy Toolkit: Sixty Cards for Self-Exploration'
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.
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.
Poster design for NIX&KIX Ltd. used for their promotional drinks festival.
Because of You, John Lewis (Scholastic) by Andrea Davis Pinkney and illustrated by Keith Henry Brown, was recently featured on CNN in a story about Tybre Faw, the boy that the book is based on. Newscaster Donn Bash interviews Tybre, and revisits the moment when Tybre met John Lewis and accompanied him on a walk across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama.
Reconnecting with the wildlife and the outdoors during lockdown in the UK.
Header illustration for Kundalini Yoga.
Illustration by Bright Artist Lucia Catellani for Mandarina Duck
Logo for Old Dominick Distillery, a whiskey, bourbon and vodka distillery in Memphis Tennessee.
Nico the Dominicker Rooster is a symbolic trademark in reference to Domenico Canale, an Italian émigré, who founded the D. Canale & Co. distributorship in Memphis, Tennessee.
Editorial illustration on closing the nature-finance gap. Environment, environmental, nature, ecology, COP26, climate, decarbonisation, biodiversity, annual report, news, woodland, global warming
Design for promotion for the independent bookstore Wild Rumpus
Page from my latest picture book project. Children kids juvenile school education kidlit animal animals critter critters traditional acrylic and ink whimsical giraffe Serengeti Africa safari adventure travel explore exploring
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
National Geographic, children books, book cover, Egypt, animals, donkey, sunset, animals, backpack, walking, travel, ancient, statue, art, costume, animal
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.
Dramatic perspective was employed to show Allergan’s Xen Gel Stent in position with bleb created by vitreous flow after Ab Externo Trans-conjunctival injection strategy. One in a series to portray differing injection strategies, and color-matched to client’s existing animated clips.
This an illustration for the movie Ad Astra starring Brad Pitt
Featured on Super Bowl Sunday 2020, the legendary Budweiser beer crest has new assets built by Filip Yip at Yippe.com.
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
Saving Goals illustration for Plansponsor.
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
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.
Guide on spring blossoms for Waitrose Food Magazine.
Front page opener illustration for article Resi Rulers for The Real Deal magazine.
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.
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.
Artwork selected for new series titled Good Monster. Series of new beer launched May 9, 2022. Created with Children's Tempera Sticks and Digital Painting Combined. A conceptual work titled :Eye Dream Candy Cave."
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.
Donors provide stipends to make low or unpaid internships possible for hundreds of students.
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...
Rebecca Mock represented by Folio Art
Andrés Lozano represented by Folio Art
“Attacking a species means attacking an entire ecosystem”, is the strong message of IFAW’s (International Fund for Animal Welfare) new French campaign by ad agency Publicis. Richard Wilkinson’s striking illustrations denounce the abuses of humans on the ecosystem. A necessary and enlightening awareness in the context of climate crisis where the environment and biodiversity are at the heart of the debate.
Maïté Franchi represented by Folio illustration agency
Vintage Race Car spread from children's book
Street banner hanging in New York City. digital, vector, Adobe, Adobe Illustrator, limited color palette, three colors, pen tool, large, public, summer, corporate, design, stylized, figurative, music, business, urban
The illustration for The Washington Post’s KidsPost on March 27, 2019
Poster art of 2019 Antique & Hot Rod Car Show featuring last years Best of Show. Pro bono project benefiting women's shelter and animal rescue.
An illustration for the Sunday Book Review section of the LA TImes. The image reflects the coming of age of Korean thrillers on a global scale. AD Paul Gonzales & An Amlotte.
This client needed a pickle pattern for their product packaging.
Economic and funchal based editorial illustration to be used as a blog post header.
I was commissioned create the cover and gatefold illustration for the January issue of dbusiness featuring the soon to come autonomous vehicles.
An image commissioned .by Google France for a Paris exhibition
The goal of this project was to educate and entertain a target demographic about Esteé Lauder's "Lab Series" products for men.
Holiday card for Latitude 38, an American West Coast sailing publication.
This Bible story book is ideal for family reading with bright, beautiful illustrations and wording that can be understood by children and parents alike. Written by teacher Ginny Lowe, and beautifully illustrated by Cathy Rowe, this is a perfect gift for anyone looking to grow in knowledge of the Bible. Covering Genesis through the beginning of Judges, this is the first of a four book series.
Portrait illustration of Frida Kahlo for the children's book "Il était une fois Femmes Fabuleuses" about inspiring women.
A group of wonderful Neo-natal Intensive Care nurses at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto commissioned me to do a portrait of a family, who after receiving superlative care at St. Mike's for their premature infant, gave back by creating a fundraising event called Malachy's Soiree which raised more than $450K in its first year for the NICU at St. Michael's Hospital. The framed painting was presented at the fundraiser.
Watercolour portrait, 14 x 20 inches,
Love Creative commissioned the award-winning artist Steven Noble to create the label illustration. His scratchboard style was perfect for a story of obsession. Steven uses this engraving technique to create precise, highly detailed images. With scratchboard, as with the pursuit of perfection in gin, the artist gradually carves away the dark to reveal the light.
Hand drawn lettering for the luxe edition of the Elle Decoration gift guide 2018
Graphite portraits of bi-monthly interview subjects for Military History Magazine | History Net
The print and OOH campaign visuals for the Toyota Safety Sense campaign