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Howell, Sarah

Sarah Howell works mainly with figurative and fashion imagery. Collaborating with photographers, she initiates a work with a collage base, and then scans drawings and paintings with various mixed media techniques to create a textured artwork. This sees photographic collage smattered with graffiti and energized by vivid illustration, creating a dark, often edgy but always beautiful and bright result. Sarah is originally from Sydney, where she studied a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting. To date, Sarah has had her work featured in many magazines including the Face, Grafik, Tank, Oyster and Gloss, Flaunt, Digit, Computer Arts, Observer Magazine, Maxim, 125 and Dedicate and Illustrated Ape. She has worked closely with record companies such as EMI, Polydor and Universal/ Island and GSL creating album covers and flyers and has also worked closely with the bands art directing and creating stage designs and merchandise. Commissions also include Penguin Books and Orange, Siemens phones, Nike, Bodyshop, Diet Coke, Vodaphone VH1 and MTV and the Grammy Awards, Luella Bartley, PPQ, Topshop and London Fashion Week. She has also created campaigns for Nokia, Martini, Jameson, Procter and Gamble to name a few.

Butzer, Chris

C.M. Butzer was raised in a small town just outside of Portland, Oregon. In 1992, Butzer left Oregon to attend Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle where he earned a BFA in Illustration. After school he worked for Wizards of the Coast before moving to Florence, Italy. There, he met Luigi Galante who ran a didactic illustration studio, Studio Galante. After working for Studio Galante for five years, he moved to New York City to earn his MFA in Illustration at the School of Visual Arts. He currently teaches at SVA.

Aside from teaching and working as an illustrator, storyboard and concept artist out of his studio in Brooklyn, Butzer also illustrates graphic novels. His first novel, Gettysburg, was published by Harper Collins in 2009. He is currently working on a second novel.

McAllister, Chris

Imaginative conceptual images for advertising, editorial and corporate clients. His work has won awards from Communication Arts, Print Magazine and The Society of Illustrators. Specialty areas include business, finance, technology, healthcare and editorial. Clients have included: Verizon, Forbes Magazine, Business Week, Intel, Bloomberg Financial, Bell Atlantic, Bank One, Gieko Insurance and many more.

Colvin, Rob

Rob Colvin's passion for form, design and ideas is vividly portrayed in his dynamic paintings. Rob creates beautiful images which convey complex concepts with simple visual solutions. Through the use of common objects in an uncommon way he challenges viewers to look carefully to see the idea behind the picture. His work has been published internationally in a wide variety of media. During his successful illustration career, Rob has created original work for hundreds of clients including IBM, Newsweek, AT&T, and Pepsi. He has been honored by professional organizations such as the New York Art Directors Club, Communication Arts, Society of Illustrators, and many others. He has participated in numerous local and national juried shows receiving multiple awards in the process.

Mertins, Lisa

Conceptual, 3d, traditional, computer generated

Kennedy, Anne

Having started out as a music teacher in public schools, Anne shifted to illustration in 1982, finding the quiet space of her studio a much more peaceful place to work. She has had a variety of clients in both advertising (GTE, ITT, Black & Decker, Nabisco, Dunn & Bradstreet) and editorial (Ladies Home Journal), as well as having illustrated many children's books. She lives in Ohio with her husband Jack, terrier Brody and thoroughbred mare Sitka, whom she trains and rides competitively in dressage.

Scott, Bob

Conceptual digital illustrations for editorial, design, advertising and corporate clients.

Pelavin, Daniel

Lettering and Typographic design from past, present and future to get your message seen, appreciated and remembered. And now, find a selection of Pelavin's original fonts at myfonts.com

Bruning, Bill

I enjoy rendering objects, real or imagined. I've worked in graphite, air brush, acrylics and oils, with my current work done digitally. I've done work for Nabisco, General Mills, DuPont, 3M, Dole, Dun & Bradstreet, Newsweek, Business Week, Gerber as well as numerous banks, investment firms and publishers both nationally and globally. My work has appeared in numerous Communication Arts Illustration annuals.

Sherman, Erwin

Erwin is a freelance illustrator based in Golden Colorado. Working with a combination of traditional scratchboard and digital media and a range of styles from detailed realism to vintage to conceptual. Clients include: Southwest Airlines, Pilgrims Pride, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Georgia Pacific, Burlington Northern RR, Colonial Williamsburg, Pier 1 Imports, Six Flags, Men's Journal, Runner's World, Wired, American Cowboy, Boy's Life, Seattle Metropolitan.

Ngai, Victo

Victo is a New York based illustrator from Hong Kong, graduated from Rhode Island School of Design majoring in illustration. Victo is not a boy nor a typo but a nick-name from "Victoria"- a leftover from the British colonization. Her work has received recognition from the New York Times, Communication Arts, American Illustration, Spectrum, SOI NY, SILA, 3X3, Applied Arts and CMYK mag, Digital Artist UK and many more. Apart from drawing, Victo's biggest passions are traveling and eating. She's hoping that one day she will save up enough to travel around the world and sample all kinds of cuisine.

Fast, Ingo

For over fifteen years, Ingo Fast has created conceptual and narrative, often landscape or cityscape-like illustrations for numerous magazines, newspapers, books, and brochures, for editorial, institutional, educational, corporate and advertising clients in the US as well as many other countries. He has illustrated greeting and holiday cards, posters, annual reports, children's textbooks, travel guides, T-Shirts, websites, maps & charts, bird's eye view diagrams, logos, and murals, in the context of a multitude of subject matters like children, people, family, lifestyle, and retirement; political and society-oriented themes; business, money, financial & investing-related topics; medical, health, and pharmaceutical subjects; technology, communication, media, and the internet; cars & automotive, travel, transportation, and insurance; and food, packaging, and products. His concepts are solution-oriented, and most often satirical, whimsical, and sometimes cartoon-like. His scenes are imaginative, humorous, and clever, and he uses pen & ink / line art combined with watercolor or gouache, or digital color, but also works with black & white line art. He has won recognition from American Illustration, the Societies of Illustrators in New York and in Los Angeles, the Society of Publication Designers, the Society of News Designers, and Graphis, and has exhibited his work in numerous group shows across the country.

Heiner, Joe & Kathy

In 1964 Kathryn (Kathy) Hughes sat next to me (Joe Heiner) in our sixth grade classroom at Ensign Elementary school in Salt Lake City, Utah. While quietly sitting at her desk, Kathy was struck by a ruler hurled at me (I ducked) by our teacher, Mr. Anderson. We became close friends. After the eighth grade, my family moved to Montreal, P.Q. Canada. It was a long time till I saw Kathy again. Kathy's family stayed in Salt Lake City where Kathy later attended East High School. Kathy married, moved to San Francisco and had one son, Michael. After returning to Salt Lake City, Kathy graduated Cum Laude from University of Utah with a BS degree in Social Sciences. She taught nursery school for two years, became a single parent and a secretary for Architects and Planners in Salt Lake City. I attended Beaconsfield High School near Montreal, studied art and photography at Brigham Young University, and Art Center College of Design, married and had two children. I assisted commercial photographers Ed Goldstien and Carl Furuta. I also assisted David Willardson, illustrator, shooting detailed 4X5 photo reference for his airbrush illustrations. Willardson taught me airbrush techniques and helped develop an airbrush / photographic illustration style. My first portfolio of ten photo / illustrations quickly generated assignments from movie studios, advertising agencies, magazines and recording companies. With the help of the same great reps who represented Willardson, assignments came from across the country. This afforded a move back to Utah. Work went well from Utah and I became a single parent. Fifteen years after sitting by Kathy in sixth grade, she married me. We now have five children (combined) and work together in our studio in Alpine, Utah. Our studio continues to create realistic photo / illustration for clients across the country. Kathy is studio manager and stylist. I am photographer / computer illustrator. Early works were a combination of airbrush and silk screen on photographic prints. Current work is digital, a merging of digital photography and computer illustration. We have received numerous awards including The One Show Gold Award and our work is represented in the permanent collection of the New York Museum of Modern Art. Clients include: Lucasfilm, Salisbury Communications, ABC records, Y&R, Foote Cone & Belding, Satchi & Satchi, Merck, McDonalds and Coca Cola. I hope you enjoy our work. Joe Heiner Joe and Kathy Heiner Studio

McGinnis, Mark

Mark McGinnis is an illustrator and designer based in Brooklyn, NY. Partial client list: The Boston Globe, The New York Times, Business Week, Wall Street Journal, Poetry Foundation, Harvard Business Review, The American Lawyer, Miller McCune, Hanley Wood, SF Weekly, San Diego Union Tribune, Hollywood Reporter, Variety Magazine, Mt. Sinai, Emory University, Southern Poverty Law Center, Northeastern Law magazine, Stanford Social Review, University of California Berkeley, Pacific Standard, Johns Hopkins and Mas Context. Recognition: Communication Arts Illustration Annual 2011, Communication Arts Design Annual 2011, Society of Illustrators Annual 2011, 3x3 Annual 8, 3x3 Annual 7, Creative Quarterly 21

Fortin, Pierre

Born in Montreal, Pierre Fortin now creates multiple award winning conceptional art from his home studio in Ontario, Canada. Heavily influenced by The Vienna School of Fantastic Realism, Art Deco, pop-culture and film noir, Pierre's sometimes whimsical work is immersed in a world of mystique and psychology, incorporating elements of visionary, fantasy and sci-fi. He's constantly seeking to refine his message delivery with experiments in visual concepts of both traditional and digital means. The results are self evident in illustrations that combine imagination and intrigue with visual power. Pierre's career spans more than 20 years, and includes designing and creating for a wide range of internationally known corporations, magazines and publishers, as well as award winning work in the video game and theme park industries. His work has been featured in American Illustration, Catipult and Communication Arts, as well as being seen in Time, Forbes, Sports Illustrated, The Atlantic Monthly, and Business Week. He has also created a mural for Universal Studios and won awards for his designs for the Beijing Cube Water Park and the new Dollywood Mystery Mine.

Bird, Eric

Graphic Designer | Illustrator | Photographer Current Position: Production Artist @ Rational Interaction

Cocozza, Chris

Chris Cocozza, bookcover artist that specializes in romance, mystery, impressionistic, landscape, horror, still life, young adult, steam punk,Photo illustration, realism, Book Cover, Digital, Fantasy, People, Figurative, Youth, Children's Books,Edgy, Historical, Portrait, Toys & Games, Greeting Cards, Holidays, Film/Entertainment, Games, Americana, Action, Children, Children's Products, Posters, Wildlife,Urban.

Chris Cocozza, an award winning romance bookcover artist, has illustrated 100's of book covers for major publishers across the United States and around the world.

Most recently, he won the 2010 Dunes and Dreams RWA cover contest award for "Best Historical Romance" for "His Conquest" by Diana Cosby.

As a young person, his talent was recognized by Jack Davis, one of Mad Magazines' creators and famed cartoonists, who then helped to mentor Chris early in his artistic life.

Mr. Davis provided perspective, insight and grounding at a very critical time, and helped Chris to understand the demands and commitments needed to pursue an artist's life.

Chris started his academic career by studying in New York City at various institutions of higher education; The School of Visual Arts, The Arts Students League and the National Academy of Design where he honed his skills as a traditional painter and draftsman.

Following in the footsteps of some of his most inspirational artists and teachers, Chris set out to traditionally paint the figure for the bookcover industry, first breaking in with the western and young adult genres, and expanding to romance, action and mystery genres.

In the early 90's, with the advent of digital media, Chris easily made the transition to the new techniques and tools without sacrificing his mastery of the "traditional techniques".

Chris was one of the first romance illustrators to embrace the new technology and continues to be one of it's foremost pioneers into the 21st century. His work is studied in many universities across the country.

Chris continues to embrace the incredible joy that these tools and creating great illustrative images bring him and others.

Born in Bronx, New York, Chris now makes his home in bucolic Litchfield county Connecticut, with his wife and two miniature poodles.

Some of Chris's clients include:
Soap Opera Digest
Harlequin
Avon Books
Harper Collins
Penguin-Putnam
St. Martin's
Scholastic
Kensington
Bantam Doubleday-Dell
Zondervan
Ballantine
among others...

Yule, Susan Hunt

Watercolor-looking digital illustrations of places, maps, and cats.

Niklewicz, Adam

Editorial, corporate and annual report illustrations.

Penny, Mara

Mara grew up in Lake Tahoe. She loves color, patterns, texture and line.
Mara studied both interior design and jewelry design in college and earned her BFA at CCA(C).
She is a mother, a wife, a sister and a daughter.
She is inspired by fairy tales, the night sky and sparkles.
Mara likes to draw, paint, sew and read.
She does not like to cook. Her husband is her best friend. Mara is happy.

Morrow, JT

JT Morrow is known for his parodies and ability to mimic virtually any style from any era. From Stone Age art to Picasso and Norman Rockwell, JT also does caricatures and works in a graphic novel style.

klug, dave

illustrations driven by wit,concept and humor. published in most every magazine and has a small library of childrens books.

Calvert, Steph

Steph Calvert is an award-winning illustrator.

Specialties include:

• Hand drawn / Hand painted / Vector artwork
• Hand Lettering / typography
• Super cute characters with lots of expression
• Humor. Lots and lots of humor.
• Digital painting with hits of real world painting for texture
• Clean line work for coloring books
• Editorial and children's book work
• Illustrations for event flyers and poster design
• Product development for home decor / baby
• Surface pattern design / textile design / repeat patterns for fabric
• Apparel illustration for girls: baby / kids / tweens / juniors
• Sketching and concept art
• Color
• Trend research

A BFA in Computer Art with a focus on traditional hand drawn animation from Savannah College of Art and Design gave Steph superpowers in expressive poses as well creating illustration work with a sense of emotion and movement, and a knack for injecting little bits of family friendly hilariousness into her work.

Steph has 15+ years of professional experience, including 10 years working as an in house artist for companies like OshKosh B'Gosh and Mighty Fine.

She is a professional and doesn't cringe at revisions. She is one of the hardest workers you'll ever meet.

Her clients are located all over the United States, and have included indie brands like coloring book publisher Colorful Cities and household names like Kohl’s department stores.

Panton, Doug

Whimsical Digital Illustration with a business commerce, corporate and information technology slant. Stock illustration available.

Nieminen, Merja

Conceptual, stylized editorial images in mixed media.

Laksman, Martin

Martin Laksman is an illustrator based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Graduated from the University of Buenos Aires as graphic designer, where he now teachs illustration. For over a decade, he's been working as both illustrator and graphic designer for the local market and abroad for a wide range of clients, that includes Popular Mechanics, Wired, Car & Driver, Fast Co., Fox, Disney, ESPN, Shado, Gawker Media, etc. Influenced in popular culture: music, movies, art and series fuels his every day work with a strong passion for simplicity.

Beach, Lou

A favorite of art directors for highly conceptual solutions and quick turn-arounds. Award winning illustrations for all major record labels,magazines and book publishers. Whimsical, humorous,satirical,editorial,political and business collage art. His new book,CUT IT OUT available now on Amazon.com

Giacobbe, Beppe

Beppe Giacobbe graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and then continued his studies in New York at the School of Visual Arts. Although eventually returning to Milan, Beppe's palette reflects the lights of his beloved homeland of Sicily. Beppe's work is regularly winning awards in all the major U.S. and Italian annuals. Beppe is especially pleased that United Airlines currently includes his work in their illustrated campaigns; his imagery has regularly been on Travelsmith catalog covers; and his award winning graphic author portraits are covers for Rizzoli's classics. Beppe loves illustrating children's books... his depictions of city noises for Clang Clang! was just published by Simon & Schuster. Aside from illustrating, Beppe enjoyed 12 years of teaching at the European Institute of Design and always makes time for sculpting from knick-knacks and pieces of wood he finds along his walks.

Stampatori, Riccardo

Conceptual, colorful, collage,editorial, corporate

Eng, Kilian

Kilian Eng creates illustrations rich in color and often with a lot of environmental elements. Kilian creates alternative worlds inspired by interest in both classic and futuristic architecture, surrealism, science fiction, and theatre scenography.

Vogin, David

Award winning digital collage and photo illustration with a vintage flair for editorial, book covers and corporate. Clients include The New York Times, More Magazine, AARP the Magazine, PC Magazine, American Express Custom Publishing, InfoWorld Magazine, AIGA, Time Life, Major League Baseball, and more.

Vault49

Vault49 is an internationally award-winning design studio with a worldwide practice and reputation for creating world-class illustration, photography, and motion graphics. Vault49 work in a wide variety of materials and media to provide a full complement of design services; from initial concepts through to design implementation and production. Vault49’s extensive portfolio is characterised by a focus on craftsmanship, digital collage and photo-collage and an expressive use of colour which, when combined, rewards repeat visits with new discoveries and an appreciation for their attention to detail. Vault49’s heritage is in traditional crafts and production processes. They are storytellers in the classic fashion. A typical mixed-media design might originate with a photo-shoot (produced and art directed by Vault49’s award winning photographic team) which is then collaged together with intricately detailed hand-drawn elements, scanned and combined with digital illustration and silk screened textures to create a layered artwork full of depth. Vault49 passionately believe that their art is more than just a profession, more than just ‘work’… it is a lifetime dedication to beauty and fine living. Their broad range of styles and talent has led to them becoming a design team of choice for many discerning clients around the world who want to enjoy the benefits of a highly developed creative relationship but who do not wish to be tied down to a particular style or look. Clients who Vault49 have made happy include Vodafone, Bacardi, Samsung, Nike, Honda, Pepsi, Levis, Coca-Cola, Infiniti Cars, Mastercard, MTV, The New York Times, The Times (London) and Virgin.

Baxter, Daniel

Pen & Ink/collage digital illustrations. Specialising in:Editorial, Advertising, children's books, book covers, animation stills

Zierlein, Peter O.

very hip scratchboard/woodcut look, clients include New York Times, Wall St. Journal, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe,L.A. Times, the Nation, New York Magazine, Berliner Zeitung< and others. Zierlein works well under tight deadlines and can deliver same day art!

Riegel, Margaret

Margaret Riegel is an award-winning illustrator who works for many prominent national magazines, major metropolitan newspapers and Fortune 500 corporations. Since graduating from The Cooper Union School for the Advancement of Science and Art, Margaret has received many awards including ones from American Illustration, The Society of Publication Designers, and The Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles. She has been recognized by several top trade publications and her work was exhibited in the “Illustrators of the New York Times” show at the Society of Illustrators in New York City. Margaret continues to work on a wide range of commercial commissions including corporate, editorial, advertising and publishing. Margaret lives in Manhattan with her husband, two kids and her large picture collection. Some clients have included: The Boston Globe, Business Week, Mademoiselle, Newsweek, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Time Magazine, Travel & Leisure, The Washington Post, Coopers & Lybrand, Deloitte & Touche, Frankfurt Balkind, Merrill Lynch, Little Brown & Company, Oracle Communications, and Scholastic Books

Mattei, George

I like to explore medical & psychological themes as well as anything else you just can't wrap your mind around.

Beauregard, Christiane

Christiane Beauregard seems to possess limitless capacity to bring virtual images to life. From delicate emotions to complex technological data.. Christiane is always striving to express her passions through her digital art. Her beginnings in the design department of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation were important in her artistic evolution. At the outset of the 90's she discovered computers and a certain affinity with vectors. Seduced by these voluptuous curves she adopted this as her principal mode of expression. She also took an interest in animation which let her explore the intersection of traditional and new technology. When she is not drawing she participates in exhibitions or she pursues workshops in theater and dance which are for her a real source of inspiration and creative motivation. www.christianebeauregard.com

Koegel, Jeff

new work, stock and independent projects

Menchin, Scott

web site for illustrator scott menchin

Chou, Ping Hua

Ping is an illustrator grew up in Taiwan where she studied Chemistry. After working at a newspaper publisher in Taiwan as a visual designer for four years, she went on to study Illustration at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Her work includes editorial illustration, commercial illustration, interactive illustration, animated illustration and graphic design. She loves cooking and cycling.

Fiedler, Joseph Daniel

Joseph Daniel Fiedler's rich, tactile brushstrokes make you want to sneak up close and touch the canvas. Although the illustrations initially feel very direct, layers of meaning stir viewers to absorb the work, making emotional connections that feel personal, unique and sometimes unexpected. Rough sketches and iconography both real and imagined make appearances, enhancing the whole with their contributions. His work has appeared in numerous national and international publications, advertising, corporate and book publishing. He has illustrated three children's books, received a Silver Medal from the Society of Illustrators, and has been recognized by Graphis, Print, Communication Arts, American Illustration, the Society of Publication Designers, The Spectrum International Annual of Fantastic Art and the Broadcasting Design Association, among others.

Tran, Turine

Vietnamese artist Turine Tran’s imaginative children’s illustrations were inspired by some of the Victorian greats like Arthur Rackham, yet she’s established her own unique style which is charming, elegant and popular with clients who like her nostaligic, painterly approach.

Turine grew up in a house full of books that she could escape into as a child. She was taught to draw by her father. Ho Chi Minh City is a hot, busy and crowded place, but Turine prefers the countryside – particularly when the weather is dark and gloomy. In addition to her art, she does a lot of crafting, from beads to sewing and from knitting to cooking.

Turine studied design in Vietnam, before going to the School of Art, Design and Media in Singapore. She moved to Edinburgh to study for a Masters in Illustration, and later returned to Vietnam.

Images usually start off as rough pencil sketches in Turine’s notebooks as she tries to establish the forms and the composition. Detail and shading are added and then the pencil image is scanned in so that she can add colour in Photoshop. She has designed her own custom brushes within the application.

Turine’s style is intentionally nostalgic. She wants viewers to reminisce when they see her work – as though it’s just been discovered in a dusty old attic. Her Victorian-inspired illustrations are full of whimsical lines and forms, given life by paper textures. Meanwhile, she enjoys creating children’s characters that aren’t just cute and cuddly, but which are vulnerable and unpredictable, and don’t behave in ways that adult viewers expect them to.

Coyle, Laura

Laura Coyle creates distinctive art with wide appeal. Her clients include major brands like Target, Amazon.com, Disney and publications including Better Homes and Gardens and The Wall Street Journal.

Laura made her first foray into product design with Hasbro. She was called upon to refresh the classic Parcheesi board game, a design that had remained unchanged since the early 1900's. The challenge was to create illustrations that would highlight the game's origins in India and enhance its appeal to kids today. In working on Parcheesi, she discovered a love for designing products that can connect with people every day.

Since then, Laura's gift bag, wrap and paper ware designs have appeared on the shelves at Target, Papyrus and Hallmark.

Laura grew up in Atlanta, Georgia, and earned her BFA from Auburn University. She started her freelance career living in the East Village in New York City, dropping her portfolios off with art directors while working part time as an assistant to renowned jazz photographer Jimmy Katz. Laura now lives back in her hometown with her husband Clayton, an architect, in their 1950's ranch house which they renovated together.

Reinfurt, Jon

Whimsical illustrations full of vibrant color and interesting characters. Clients include: American Airlines, Hanley Wood, NPR, Reader's Digest, Smart Money, Utne Reader, The Wall Street Journal and much more.

Ning, Amy

Born in Tokyo and relocated to the States in 1972. Studied illustration at California State University in Long Beach. Along with her freelance career, she has was selected as a feature illustrator for the Orange County Register Newspaper from 1989 through 2008. Her stylized, decorative and often conceptual art has been recognized in shows of SI, SILA, Print and SND. Her digital illustrations have also been featured in advertising, design firm, and publishing projects, including clients Phizer, Livestrong, Major League Baseball, The Integer Group, Encyclopedia Brittanica, Ths San Diego Union , Clubhouse Jr., Consumer Resports, Houghton Mifflin and many more.

Starr, Jim

With over 20 years experience as an Illustrator, Jim has a wide range of styles & skills seen at http://www.jimstarr.com. Jim received his BFA from Carnegie Mellon University in 1982. Today, Jim primarily illustrates electronically, but also continues to work in traditional techniques. My goal in every assignment is to work closely with the designer/art director to come up with a conceptually strong and well designed illustration." Jim has worked for a wide range of clients needs including logos, icons, package design, editorial, corporate, portraits, event posters, and web graphics. Jim works in many different styles including graphic, scratch board, airbrush, woodcut, pastel, paintings, watercolor, pencil, and pen and ink. His work has been accepted into Print magazine, the Society of Illustrators Annual, and the Washington DC. Illustrators Club Annual Exhibit. Fresh,conceptually strong, well designed digital illustration, specializing in archictectural, comic, comic conceptual, comic humorous, conceptual, digital, multiple styles, pen and ink, realism, science, wacky, whimsical, logos , graphic , scratchboard, pastels, paintings, airbrush, speckled, textured, posters, icons, web, art, editorial, corporate, travel, books, children, education, entertainment, games, gaming, gameboards, comic, humorous, design, industrial, industry, manufacturing, labor, infographics, maps, lifestyle, architectural, impressionistic, line with color, line and color, montage, nature, animals, stipple, silhouette, sports, technology, computers, transportation, vacation, wildlife, historical, retro, traditional, wacky, whimsical, scratch board, digital, llustrator, photoshop, painter, collage, black and white, black & white, watercolor, vector, pencil, oil, acrylic, realistic, realism, photo realism, painterly, packaging, package, financial, money, investments, investing, characters, identity, government, political, cartoon, charts, diagrams, business, food, dining, landscapes, medical, magazine, arts, music, childrens books, display, point of purchase, pop, holidays, partys, identity
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