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Pen and ink stipple portraits of Charlie Munger created for Berkshire Hathaway
Commissioned for use as a giant mural in a prominent cafe/restaurant at Heathrow Airport
Vector, woodcut style illustration of Kylemore Abbey, Ireland
Recent years have seen our world dominated by polarized debates about the risks and rewards of economic interdependence. But this binary approach has never been realistic. To survive and thrive over time, companies and countries will need to embed risk and reward calculations within a broader framework of systemic resilience.
A Very Asian Guide to Korean Food introduces little readers to classic and modern Korean dishes and provides fun facts about the foods and culture of Korea.
Spread illustration for Virginia Tech Science Magazine exploring new research and innovations with which the faculty and students are involved.
earth, environment, infographic, science, scientific, education, university, alumni, world, global, collaboration, teamwork
Cover illustration for a Science Magazine special on Ancient DNA in sediment cores. The brief asked for a timeline dotted with ancient pollen spores, with evidence of mammoths at minus 1.2 million years, horses at minus 700,000, hominins at minus 59,000... Working through cave bears, lemmings and steppe bison to plants and crops in recent history.
Clémence Pollet illustrated the recently released book ?Un dieu sur deux est une déesse?
Written by Laurence Paix-Rusterholtz and Chris Lavaquerie-Klein and published by Éditions Nathan Jeunesse
to accompany a story looking back twenty-five years at the dynamics and impact of an ambush and execution-style double murder in Las Vegas. The murder was racially motivated and involved members of two ideological divergent factions of skinhead culture at that time.
illustration for Amherst Magazine
The article follows former student Mark Lund who, for his 70th birthday, indulges his passion for the study of Mayan archeoastronomy by hiking up one of the largest pyramids in the world: El Mirador.
illustration for Berliner Zeitung for the section Brutal Berlin - about slow and unreliable the Deutsche Bahn
Cover illustration for Notre Dame Magazine's Spring issue about the joys of baseball. I thought it appropriate to share again during the MLB playoffs.
**Robert will be at New York Comic Con in Booth 2876 (next to Disney Pins)! Stop by to say hello!**
Warrior American sports action film Gavin O'ConnorTom Hardy Joel Edgerton estranged brothers mixed martial arts tournament Nick Nolte, Jennifer Morrison, Frank Grillo, Bryan Callen supporting role MMA combat sports Kurt Angle, Nate Marquardt, Anthony Johnson, Roan Carneiro, Yves Edwards, Amir Perets, and Dan Caldwell Lionsgate Academy Award nomination Best Supporting Actor steelbook
Kids take a flying car to Mars and encounter aliens, spaceships, robots, asteroids, space stations, comets, and more along the way. Fold-out progress poster for the 30th Anniversary Edition Brain Quest Grade 4 Workbook. Client: Workman Publishing. Art Director: Erica Green.
children's illustration, educational, sci-fi, science
Colgate University alumni magazine commission to provide a warm, holiday season illustration on students’ memories of their teachers. The cover was drawn from a book club’s recollection of their English tutor who came to their reunion meet straight off a hiking holiday.
In this fiction story an anxious girl moves to San Francisco and is having trouble adjusting. She befriends her elderly neighbor who grows fruit and gives it away to all the neighbors. The girl cautiously tries drinking from a pomelo and loves it. The girl then shares fruit with another new student and makes a new friend.
Wrap around cover of educational history magazine with a First Nations theme.
“How best to distribute knowledge/education to the mass.”
From a series of illustrations for PLANADVISER special coverage on today’s participants.
Animated Illustration for Crain's Chicago Business
Part of a series of little animations for the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs
Robert Neubecker illustrated Sara Holly Ackerman’s picture book, “Not Just the Driver!” publishing from Simon & Schuster in Spring 2024. The story teaches young readers that it’s not just drivers and pilots and conductors – it’s also mechanics and maintenance workers, loaders and air traffic controllers, ticket agents and dispatchers – who work behind the scenes to keep us and our vehicles moving.
Josee Bisaillon illustrated the children's book "I Think I Think A Lot". Inspired by the author’s experience with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), the story is about a young girl who notices the different ways that she approaches her school work and reacts to other people’s feelings compared to her classmates. She comes to accept herself just as she is and celebrates the differences between herself and her classmates.
Call for Entries Poster for the Illustration West 62 Exhibition.
“London", is a compilation of drawings by Ben Pearce, capturing the streets, scenes and people of the capital. On the Cover: Courtenay Mews, Walthamstow
Glenda Sburelin: one of the artworks from the book "Écoute" (Listen), recently published in France by Balivernes
Illustration created for the cover of the magazine, received a Certificate of Merit (3x3)
Danlin Zhang for Deseret News, for the article "Is the secret to a happy marriage learning to be alone?"
Jorge Gonzalez illustrated the book published in a limited edition by The Folio Society
Vivek Ramaswamy, for The Weekend Interview, Opinion page, Republican candidate
Christmas Greeting to Donors.
Illustration for an article by a healthcare expert who shares guidance for navigating the wide world of telemedicine.
For the past few years, Gwen Keraval has been creating illustrations for the Programs of Scale grant awards. Programs of Scale is a project by the Rotary Foundation that scales charitable programs which have already demonstrated success, so that they can benefit more people and have sustainable impact.
Gwen’s illustrations announce the grant winners, and are animated for informational videos on the programs.
Egle Plytnikaite created this series of conceptual illustrations for the Project Management Institute. Tied together by a consistent color palette, the illustrations serve as section headers and infographics for their ESG (environmental, social, and governance) initiatives report.
Page from a short comic inspired by the Blondie song "Dreaming." Part of a graphic novel anthology about the band and their music.
Illustration of the legendary Britpop band Blur for the Rolling Stone Germany review of their new album "The Ballad of Darren".
In my research for the concept, I found out that Darren is the band's longtime bodyguard, and that the cover artwork is a photo of Scotland's Gourock outdoor pool. Putting these components together creates a diffuse mood that I think makes you curious as to what it's all about. The review is about Blur reuniting after eight years and about finding out who they are now.
Will hike for beer! Seven Midwest hikes with taprooms nearby. We’re calling it an “adventure pairing” — a hike that ends with a cold brew at a great regional brewery. All our picks are under a three-hour drive from Chicago.
Ben the Illustrator created a series of illustrations for the new website for TeamBuilder, a staff-scheduling platform for the ambulatory care industry. Ben’s artwork helps define the digital management products offered by the TeamBuilder platform: “Today”, “Tonight”, and “Tomorrow”.
Illustrated magazine supplement on various themes regarding industry 4.0 for Germany's biggest business news (WirtschaftsWoche).
Kathleen Fu collaborated with Molson Coors Beverage Company on a limited edition, vintage-inspired t-shirt design. The t-shirt is one of four designs created by local Canadian artists, and the details of Kathleen’s illustration represent elements of Canadian culture and pastimes.
Kotryna Zukauskaite created a series of illustrations for the website redesign of the Pan American Health Organization, a regional division of the World Health Organization. The artwork conceptually represents the different sections of the site monitoring sustainable development goals.
Looking for new weather conditions.
Lucy Rose created a series of decorative and delicious illustrations for the packaging of three brand new flavors from Peet’s Coffee: Hazelnut Mocha, Caramel Brûlée, and Vanilla. The new line of flavors is available for drip coffee and Keurig K-Cups.
Valeria Petrone was commissioned to develop a full page illustration on “greater insight” to accompany an article about Planadviser’s Adviser Value Survey.
I was asked to tell a personal story about tradition, family, and childhood:
As a child, I used to spend my Sunday afternoons painting with my grandma, she had been a fashion designer and an artist when she was younger. I learned a lot about her life and my family's stories and journeys from Eastern Europe to Argentina. She taught me about art and the "art" of drinking Mate, a traditional South American tea.
Until this day, I can not start drawing without my mate by my side.
Jonathan Carlson was commissioned to illustrate an exciting new edition of Monopoly celebrating Hasbro’s 100th Anniversary! This version of the game references 90 Hasbro brands, from Tinker Toys and Tonka, to classics such as Baby Alive and Battleship, and modern favorites like Magic: The Gathering. The commemorative tin, cards, money, and entire board feature Jonathan’s illustrations of iconic characters.
Victo Ngai partnered with Prophecy Wines to illustrate all of the labels for their collection. To embrace the spirit that each wine unearths, the label designs are inspired by Tarot cards and tailored to fit the varietal characteristics of each wine.
Jonathan Bartlett, known for his WWE posters, recently partnered with Mattel and WWE to develop packaging art for their Elite Collection Series 100, Toy Wrestling Action Figures. The collection features some of the greatest wrestling superstars of all time, each of which Jonathan illustrated in the commemorative packaging.
Alexis Marcou created this illustration of Sam Kerr marking the addition of the Women's World Cup to the FIFA23 video game,
Illustration commissioned by Metaleap Creative for Preemptive Love Journal Vol. 8. Art Direction by Eric Capossela. Inspirational of the poem "Migración" by Pablo Neruda - using birds from across the world such as scarlet ibis, gyrfalcon, belted kingfisher, killdeer, smew, and red phalarope.
SPD 58 WINNER Illustration: Cover - CQ71 WINNER Illustration: Professional - AMERICAN Illustration AI42 CHOSEN WINNER
Daniel Hertzberg worked with agency Blind Society to illustrate the key artwork for Allina Health’s “All Together Better” campaign. The campaign announces the company becoming the Official Health Care Provider of Minnesota United FC Major League Soccer team, and partnering with the team on projects that serve the community. The illustration, which shows soccer players and doctors running hand-in-hand, is being used on a billboard and social media.
Luke Lucas was commissioned by Serino Coyne to create the key art for the return of the musical “The Who’s Tommy”. Originally opened in 1992 and coming to Chicago’s Goodman Theatre this summer, the production reinvents The Who’s 1969 rock opera concept album “Tommy”, including the unforgettable anthems “I’m Free,” “See Me, Feel Me,” and “Pinball Wizard.”
An editorial illustration created for an article written by a father of two daughters, sharing his perspective on gender equality in the workplace and whether or not it has gotten better or worse.
Orlando Arocena has worked with Designer Allen Pan-Long at Hasbro on key art and product packaging celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Mighty Morpin Power Rangers, and the recent premiere of ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always’ on Netflix. Orlando collaborated with the team to represent the Rangers in a classic way that fans know and love, while still implementing his signature flares, gradients and starbursts.
Valerie Chiang illustrated the cover of the 2023 Impact Report for the Los Angeles-based nonprofit, Michelson Philanthropies, highlighting the work of the philanthropies over the last year.
Navina Chhabria was commissioned by Abbott Labs to illustrate a 40-page storybook to encourage young women to follow interests that could lead to careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). The story follows the main character Anna as she discovers how her interests and skills could be applied to various STEM careers. Navina’s book is inspired by art submitted by children interested in learning about STEM. You can see the complete book here.
Cover art and design for David Sossamon's book that follows the story of a young girl who lost her memory following the collapse of society due to a strange mist covering the world that makes people go mad. She searches to find out how the mist came to be, what happened to her memories and learn to use her magic.
Over 100 page book of previously published business cartoons. The book also contains an endorsement from New Yorker cartoonist Sam Gross
Ellice Weaver created a series of GIF animations for Ad Week’s sponsored article with social media management platform, Dash Hudson. The article dives into the new metrics of social media success for brands in a space where entertainment has eclipsed connection.
My latest book for children, Called We Have a Playdate.
One of 3 illustrations for harper's magazine
A celebration of baseball and the elevated trainsin the neighborhoods where New York's team play Created for the MTA's popular art card program. Look for it when you take the train to the game this summer.
Luis Pinto worked on an exciting collaboration for packaging and promotion of limited edition Brisk Iced Tea flavors!
The launch of Dragon Paradise Sparkling Tea, a new Brisk flavor only available at Taco Bell, was promoted at the Rolling Loud Miami Music Festival. Luis’ illustration of a swirling dragon and decorative florals were used for posters at the event as well as digital banner ads.
For the past two years, Chiara Vercesi has worked with Art Director Evan Levent to create key art for the World Wildlife Fund’s “Panda Paddle” event. Panda Paddle is an annual fundraiser that raises awareness and educates the public about conserving our planet’s oceans.
The 2022 campaign was recently awarded a Silver ADDY in the Direct Marketing category.
Steven Salerno is the illustrator for this special publishing project of 5 new MADELINE books! The first 3 books were released throughout 2022, the 4th book was released in 2023... the 5th book still in progress. They are written by John Marciano Bemelmans, grandson of Ludwig Bemelmans, the originator of MADELINE.
Editorial Spot Illustrations | Lifestyle Magazine
Illustration for Sanitary Environmental Engineering Division (SEED) article on wastewater. Wastewater is not just a waste stream but is considered as a rich resource of valuable compounds such as water, nutrients, fuels, energy, and strategic data. It was essential to show in the illustration that the pipe comes from a city, and the data that scientists can detect from the wastewater (poop) describe the lifestyle of the city's community.
Introducing Hello Beautiful by Ann Napolitano. This excerpt from the 100th Oprah's Book Club pick has it all: first love, nosy sisters, embarrassing dads, and a little poetry.
Beauty product packaging illustration/design. beauty, women, care, love, flowers, edelweiss, Switzerland, selfcare, mountains, nature, leaves, botanical, packaging, blue, fashion, Design, Line with Color, Floral, Botanical, Nature, Packaging, Product, Feminine, Branding, Surface Design
Illustration for a picturebook called Karin and The Dark, illustrated by Annette Saugestad Helland, text by Janne-Camilla Lyster, published by Gyldendal, Norway
John W. Tomac's contribution to the MTA's popular art card series is a celebration of baseball and the elevated subway lines and the outerborough neighborhoods where the Mets, Yankees, Cyclones and Ferry Hawks play. Look for it when you take the train the game this summer.
Print displayed in-store at the Nike HongKong store.
Editorial illustration, showing friends at dinner.
Illustration of Giant Hogweed Heracleum mantegazzianum cut to white, one of a series of illustrations of Umbellifer / Apiaceae species used in an identification feature in BBC Countryfile Magazine, March 2023
A.k.A were commissioned to create artwork for three new Crest products, Crest Be. We created all artwork, undertook the photo shoot of models and handled all production.
The project took approximately three weeks to complete.
Montage of people and places in the news in 2022.
Detailed hand-drawn illustrations of vintage Ducati 750 Super Sport (1974) motorcycle for a merchandise line of products for Back to Classics restoration workshop located on the outskirts of Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Teaming with Koto Design Studio, I created 70 staff portraits for Lightspeed Venture Partners as part of a rebranding campaign
Marketbrand hired Steven Noble to compose a new label illustration for their client Arcane Distilling, located in Brooklyn which was preparing to launch its new line of whiskeys. The project at hand was to hand illustrate, in an etching style, an owl with personality and include two versions that included just the head portion alone and the second version with the full body with wings wide open. The labels include Imperial, Alpha, and KCBC.
One of a series of collages created for Creed Fragrance to complement their iconic, hand-crafted perfume.
Packaging illustrations with flavour cues and ingredients for Eden Mill cocktail cans.
Illustrations created to promote the release of the “High Isle” expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online in 2022.
The illustrations were used in the different social media of the company.
Website illustration for Loomis-Pay, a complete payment solution for cash, cards and other digital payments.
Hero image for an advertising campaign for Samsung's birthday week, developed in partnership with Samsung HQ in Seoul, Korea. Illustrations and animations were displayed across digital platforms and billboards across London and New York.
Conceptual illustration of a man struggling to find his way out of the maze in his own head, representing mental illness.
Conceptual illustration about a descendant of Thomas Jefferson for an editorial feature in Indianapolis Monthly magazine.
Artwork for a picture book about children's close connection to nature.
for the magazine "L'express"
Cover painting for Friction literary journal volume 3.
Art direction by Dani Hedlund.
The theme of the issue was 'Discovery' and I opted to lean into my darker sensibility to take that theme into an unexpected direction.
Asking For A Ride is the latest album release by the band White Reaper. The concept stems from the band's tracks, each with a cameo represented in the illustration. A hitchhiker's thumb is between his next ride and a future of peril. Painted traditionally with watercolor, gouache, and airbrush.
Creation of a billboard poster showing products of the brand "wyn".
Justice Rising, by Katheryn Russell-Brown, illustrated by Kim Holt comes out January 10, 2023
This is an Illustration I created to showcase a regional store the brand was opening in Burlington Vermont. The challenge here was to fit imagery that was recognised as local inside the brands logo.
This illustration represents the joy of winter in Louisiana. In it, a carnival parade of animals — an opossum, bear, rooster, flying fish and an alligator-headed tin soldier — celebrate with music and cheer.
Cover illustration for NYU Scope Magazine's article revolving around the erasure of African Americans’ critical contributions to developing the World Wide Web
Emile recently rebranded Airship Coffee - a roastery based in Bentonville, AK. As both a designer and illustrator, Emile tackled the entire rebrand; from logo, guidelines and collateral to illustrative packaging.
Cathy Ann Johnson's paintings for the picture book Stand Up! 10 Mighty Women Who Made a Change (Orchard Books) by Brittney Cooper are on exhibit at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University through February 12, 2023.
Illustration from picture book by Hope Lim
Editorial illustration made for Domani Editoriale publishing insert "Food" of December 2022. One of many illustrations made for each articles and a cover.
Cover illustration for Sarasota Magazine's annual Visitor's Guide, representing 8 different weekend getaways: For Families, Romantic Getaways, Girls’ Weekend, Foodies, Travelers with Dogs, History Buffs, Arts’ Lovers and Thrill Seekers. Each of these weekends are visualized in multiple ways throughout the cover.
Custom cover design and illustration that is now available in bookstores!
Book cover illustration depicting UFO and abducted cow.
Pharma product demonstration surgical technique aid to determine correct location for injection of a medication into abdominal wall, prior to ventral hernia repair. The anterior and midaxillary lines, costal margin and iliac crest delineate a color-coded injection zone and injection sites.
Illustration on financial &monetary rules, international sanctions, Russian frozen assets
Jess runs away with the tusk taken from Max. with and blue sky she imagines to be a narwhal escaping from hunters. landscape, snow, kid, running, sea creatures, whales, kids, race, racing, hunt, hunting, escape, avoid, elude, evade, lose, shun, decamp, depart, elope, exit, go, leave, move, pull out, quit, sally (forth), shove (off), take off, walk out, disentangle, extricate.
Create game box cover and interior illustrations
Vector Illustration of the Portland cityscape
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.
Map Illustration commissioned by AFAR Media to feature online and printed in the magazine. Advertisement purposes, to show the places to stay, eat and have fun whilst visiting The Gulf Shores
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.
3 x Limited Edition bottle designs for Gordon’s Pink Gin.
Month of July (study)
Created for the editorial article, "Airing Their Views: Female Pundits" for Glorious Sport. Written by Rebecca Myers.
Portrait of Queen Victoria of England. She transmitted her hemophilia genes to her following generations.
family tree, royals, chromosomes, bloodline, editorial, crown,
Illustration of 5 Washington Capitals players, incorporated into a overall design, for a fan appreciation poster given out at a Caps home game.
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.
For this rebrand of Nancy's Oatmilk yoghurts, Charlotte was tasked with creating illustrations that captured the naturalness of their flavours while evoking a premium taste experience. Fruits are featured as part of a whole plant, including blossoms and leaves, to visually communicate and appeal to plant-based consumers and are featured alongside blossoms and leaves, to visually communicate and appeal to plant-based consumers.
Bloom, illustrated by Talia Skyles is an Amazon Editors Pick for the best books of May!
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!
I created this mural for the new Target Store at Fordham Road, Bronx, NY,
Cities are made by people, and this piece reflects the diversity of the Bronx Community.
Building the cityscape with their faces, emerging from the ground up, holding up the landmarks and places they live at. Between the buildings you can see the green spaces peeking!
Sam Peet was asked to illustrate a piece depicting working from home in his distinctive playful style
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!!
Publishers Weekly has given a starred review to How Do You Spell Unfair? MacNolia Cox and the National Spelling Bee (Candlewick) by Carole Boston Weatherford, illustrated by Frank Morrison. The review says "Morrison’s distinctive portraiture shows the protagonist meeting with Black legends in Akron, and juxtaposes the community support Cox enjoys in her home state with experiences of racial discrimination in the nation’s capital."
How Do You Spell Unfair? will be published April 11 2023.
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.
Editorial illustration for the Wall Street Journal about the dilemma of choosing to work for a large company or for a start-up.
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
The Vanoli Young mural has been created digitally and then painted with acrylics on a 2x3 meters white canvas for a laboratory with the young team of the main basketball team of the Italian city of Cremona.
Little Rosetta and the Talking Guitar (Doubleday) by Charnelle Pinkney Barlow, was featured in the New York Times Book Review in an article by Chris Raschka entitled "Two Picture Books about the Godmother of Rock 'n Roll".
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
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.
Illustration for review of Under Alien Skies: A Sightseers Guide to the Universe
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".
I designed and illustrated this book cover. It's a fun romance that takes place in New Orleans.
Texas is second in the nation when it comes to banning books. What content and ideas to schools find so offensive?
The official hero poster for the third to the series of the smash hit documentary on 80s horror movies, In Search Of Darkness.
Vintage Penguin book cover illustrations for 5 Stella Gibbons novels published August 2021.
Our Beautiful Colors (Golden Books) by Nikki Shannon Smith, illustrated by Bea Jackson, is an Amazon Editors pick of the month for ages 3-5. The book will be released December 6, 2022.
Jump In! (Bloomsbury) by Shadra Strickland is a Junior Library Guild Selection.
Jump In! comes out January 31, 2023.
Illustration from picture book Not Enough Lollipops by Megan Maynor
One in a series of whimsical illustrations highlighting Slim Shooters, a new product for our client.
From 2023 HUGO AWARDS NOMINEE for BEST PROFESSIONAL ARTIST, Sija Hong!
TWO WORLDS. ONE CREATION.
The story of The Macallan Litha
Individual dog tags for different dog beds
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.
Gaby D'Alessandro, who is from the Dominican Republic, was selected to create a three-piece mural to honor and celebrate the vibrant, beautiful community of Washington Heights, where many Dominicans call home.
The image featured above is one section of the mural, which is featured on both floors of the store.
13 Exercises for Your Gut Health
Editorial Illustration for Guardian Weekly's Cover on the global push to make air ventilators.
The Chicago Public Library Best Books of the Year list :
Queen of Kindergarten (Nancy Paulsen Books) by Derrick Barnes, illustrated by Vanessa Brantley Newton.
The National Council of Teachers of English have named Big Bear and Little Fish (Lerner) by Sandra Nickel, illustrated by Il Sung Na a Charlotte Huck Award recommended book.
Rolling Stone Magazine reports that Taylor Swift: A Little Golden Book Biography (Little Golden Books) by Wendy Loggia, illustrated by Elisa Chavarri is "starting Swifties young!" The book is already topping Best Seller charts on Amazon, two months before its publication date of May 2, 2023.
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.
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.
Illustration for WSJ about "Clothing That Dates You". - e.g. Skinny Jeans
For Toyota and Reddit, Reza captures the magic and memories of Toyota ownership.
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".
An Illustrated poster of 40+ haunted sites throughout the garden state, commissioned by Weird NJ Magazine.
Art Direction: Mark Moran
Arithmechicks take a Calculation Vacation, illustrated by Jia Liu has been named to the CBC's Hot of the Press list for May!
Hey fungi fanatics, got your lab coats ready? ?? The Mycological Society of America offers the Undergraduate Research Award for students researching fungal biology. Click the link in our bio for details. And keep foraging for scholarships as unique as you.
The Chicago Public Library Best Books of the Year list :
Pink, Blue and You! (Anne Schwartz Books) by Elise Gravel and Mykaell Blais is on the list of best Informational Books for Younger Readers (K-3).
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3-D Rendering, Motion, Corporate, Education, Icons, Product, Technology, Web Design, Web Illustration, Branding
inosaurs on Kitten Island (Dial) by Michael Slack has been included in BookTrust's Great Books Guide for 2022 for 4 to 5 year olds. BookTrust is the UK’s largest children’s reading charity. Each year they reach millions of children across the UK with books, resources and support to help develop a love of reading.
Masse did illustrations for the book which demonstrates a fun way for kids to learn math.
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Editorial cover commemorating the Apollo moon landing of July 1969, and illustrating inside editorial by Mr. Hector Ramos
Children's Book Exploring the fantasy and whimsy of your own Robot
Illustrated labels for the Forager family of craft liquors: gin, vodka, bourbon whiskey, and rum.
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.
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 creative collaboration project with a local jewellery designer. Inspired by the fleeting moments of childhood and nostalgia, the tone is playful, warm and melancholy.
Because of You, John Lewis is on the CBC 2023 Children's Book Favorites Award List.
Illustration for the Invitation to the 2021 High Line Spring Benefit Event..
Reconnecting with the wildlife and the outdoors during lockdown in the UK.
Header illustration for Kundalini Yoga.
Building Knowledge: What an Elementary Curriculum should do.
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.
Design for promotion for the independent bookstore Wild Rumpus
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.
Applied Arts Magazine, Cover art, article, Book cover, Kansas, Midwest, old times, classic illustration, sunlight, Midwest, summer, farm, award, featured art, cover story
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.
This an illustration for the movie Ad Astra starring Brad Pitt
Prismatic Rhythm is a painting portraying members of a sisterhood and brotherhood, a diverse group of young warriors in unison, working together as a whole for a common good.
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 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.
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."
One step in a surgical series depicting execution of the Convergent Procedure to treat Atrial Fibrillation.
Man catches what may be a world record setting 251-pound alligator gar on the Trinity River.
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
Illustrated shopping directory for NorthPark Center, a high fashion luxury shopping mall in Dallas. The Center features many beautiful works from their internationally acclaimed 20th and 21st century art collection.
Illustration for Cornetto - Summer of Music
Detailed Mural for Born + Bread.
We were commissioned to create a licensing style guide ahead of the Tokyo Olympics. Team GB were looking to extend and push their style guide further, bringing existing assets to life and exploring new areas within licensing. We were challenged to really push the boundaries, inspire new direction and appeal to new audiences.
We split the guide into three ranges, Heritage, Gen Z, and Worn with Pri
Editorial Illustrations for an articule in the February 2021 issue of Good Housekeeping looking at a roadmap to financial freedom in retirement.
Illustration created for Jai Alai Cider.
Promotional illustrations for The Town Hall Symphony Hall's 'Musical Picnics' - events for children at the symphony hall.
Maïté Franchi represented by Folio illustration agency
Vintage Race Car spread from children's book
John Jay Cabuay was commissioned to illustrate the McDonald’s 2022-2023 Global DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) Report. The report covers the McDonald’s Corporation’s goals and achievements of diversity and equal opportunity for their employees, franchisees, suppliers, and customers. John Jay’s illustrations capture a sense of community among people from all walks of life.
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.
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
Illustration for outdoor signage.
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,
Example of 10 portraits commissioned for high end retail store Stanley Korshak. The portraits were for their spring fashion, accessories and product catalogue
The print and OOH campaign visuals for the Toyota Safety Sense campaign
Part of a series of illustrations for Shortlist Magazine in the UK. Titled ' A man's guide to performing under pressure' a look at how different men cope, including a surgeon, escapologist, rally co-driver and a Britain's Got Talent contestant.
The BOOM team were commissioned by VCCP to create a campaign for Testogel
Peter Greenwood was asked by Apple to create a piece for their new App Store. For the featured topic 'Gaming off the Board', we see a playfully surreal approach to this growing trend of digital boardgames.
Comic book cover art for SECRET COMICS PRESENTS, a horror anthology comic book, showcasing four horror short stories.
Sam Peet was commissioned by Raconteur to create their cover, depicting a successful contemporary businesswoman.
Daniel Roozendaal was commissioned to produce a series of sports illustrations by WirtschaftsWoche magazine
Ewelina's illustration accompanies an article about jet lag, written by the renowned neuroscientist Dr. Matthew Walker, author of the best selling book Why We Sleep.
A selection of illustrations to promote the Artisan Crest Nicholson housing development in Hove, near Brighton, including a colourful map and aerial view.
A series of illustrations for the Chinese launch of the On Rush gaming series, The characters can be found within the game.
Carla Lucena illustrated the cover for luxury shopping magazine SHOP - for their Singapore edition
Beautiful illustration from Yuschav of Margaux Van Kommer based on a photo by Thomas Havlik.