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Sisk, Clay

The online studio of illustrator Clay Sisk.

Collins, Mark

Mark has been an artist since childhood, and has worked professionally as a graphic designer and illustrator since 1984. Although he started as a traditional painter using acrylics, his preferred medium is now digital, and he works solely as a vector artist using Adobe Illustrator. His work relies predominantly on a calligraphic line, with color gradient fills, and a humorous touch.

Clients include: Consumer Reports, Highlights, MuscleMag International, M Magazine, Redmond Magazine, InSight, American Health & Fitness, Raley's, Times of the Islands, Berlitz, Oxford University Press, Harcourt, Pearson, Holt, Running Press Hunt Manufacturing, Philadelphia Zoo, American Express, Pepsico, Rohm and Haas, Scunci, Lily Icos (Cialis), Purell, TRESemme, Stepping Stone Childrens Museum.

Alesi, Nicole

Nicole Alesi is an illustrator and designer based in New York City. Her whimsical and retro-inspired illustrations have been featured on book covers, magazine publications, and greeting cards. She is a graduate of The Fashion Institute of Technology as well as the American Musical and Dramatic Academy.

She is a native New Yorker who lives with her wonderful and supportive husband, Joseph and their french bulldog, Rocco.

Laurent Blachier

Famous people in a cut-out style, caricatures, collages, photomontages, illustrations concept....

Haake, Martin

Martin Haake is an internationally known illustrator and artist. After some years living in London, Martin moved back to Berlin where he lives with his wife and his two sons who both want to grow up to be pirates!(the old fashioned kind of course). He has been working as a freelance illustrator for about 14 years for clients all over the world: Barnes & Noble, The Royal Society of Arts, Penguin Books, The Boston Globe, Travel & Leisure, Elle and the Shangri-la Hotel, Hongkong to name a few. Martin Haake's work has been selected for many illustration and design annuals. He is a big fan of American Folk art and is collecting telephone doodles.

Pohl, David

David Pohl creates award winning illustration for editorial, publishing, design, and advertising. Clients include American Airlines, The Atlantic Monthly, Business Week, Harvard University, Kikkoman, LA Times, Newsweek, New York Times, PBS, Simon & Schuster, Time Magazine, Tower Records, United Jewish Federation, Village Voice, Washington Post. David’s work has been recognized by Communication Arts, The Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Print, Graphis and How magazines.

Shim, Jae

Conceptual Illustration, Corporate Illustration, Computer Illustration, Airbrush Illustration, WPA Illustration, Art Deco, Advertising Illustration, Publication Illustration, Book Cover

Wiemann, Roy

Roy creates dynamic digital images out of his NYC studio that meld a love of color with concept for clients such as Saatchi & Saatchi, TIME, Inc, Grey Advertising, HBO, New York Times, CHASE, GigaPan, Springer-Verlag, TIAA-CREF, The New Yorker, IBM, Smithsonian, NYU, Procter & Gamble, AT&T, McGraw-Hill, MSNBC among others. His art has appeared in American Illustration, Communication Arts and HOW magazine. Keywords: architecture, business, charts, conceptual, corporate, design, digital_3D, editorial, infographics, maps, photo collage, publishing, realism, science, stylized realism, technology, text, trade

Roux, Christian

International artist Christian Roux ‘s art has been exhibited and published throughout the world. His work has appeared in many French magazines such as Actual, Charlie Mensuel and Hara Kiri and in the publications, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Le Monde, Le Vie and many more. Some commercial campaigns Christian has worked on are Air France and Kodak. He has also written and illustrated several children’s books with one more in the works.

Eyewash Visual Solutions

Stylized realism presented with graphic clarity. Conceptual; educational; commercial; technicalÑall digital. EYEWASH is the studio of Michael Rogalski, providing visual solutions for editorial, advertising, publishing, and corporate clients planetwide.

Bejar, Dan

Dan Bejar is a freelance illustrator living and working in Brooklyn, NY. His images have appeared in magazines, books, newspapers, posters, and advertising campaigns around the globe for clients such as The New York Times, TIME Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, and Rollingstone. Bejar's unique approach to conceptual image making has been awarded and recognized in award annuals such as American Illustration, 3x3, Communication Arts, Society of Illustrators, Society of Illustrators (LA), and Print's Regional Design Annual. Bejar has won silver medals from The Society of Illustrators (NYC) and The Society of Publication Designer's.

Selected clients include: The New York Times, TIME Magazine, WIRED, Entertainment Weekly, Playboy, Esquire, GQ, Rollingstone, Newsweek, ESPN, Businessweek, Money Magazine, Los Angeles Times, The Village Voice

Liz Sanders Agency

Since 1985, Liz Sanders Agency has represented an eclectic group of commercial illustrators, each highly specialized in a range of medium: digital, oil, acrylic, pastel and a variety of style: realistic, whimsical, editorial, juvenile. My commitment to personal service and positive relationships has proven well in seeking out the best of art buyers and freshest, most unique talent. My business philosophy is founded on reliability, honesty, practicality and persistence. These attributes combined with effective marketing & promotion has resulted in a thriving business whose client base includes design/advertising firms, magazine/book publishers, and corporations.

Ken Dubrowski

Conceptual illustrations for magazine,corporate and advertising needs.

Tuttle, Jean

Fresh, fun & colorful digital illustrations for corporate, advertising, editorial, children's publishing, packaging & products. Plus infographics, charts, maps, icons & logos. Stock images available.

Comport, Sally Wern

Illustration for Publishing, Advertising, Editorial and Institutional clients

Wink, David

Editorial and conceptual illustration executed with a whimsical touch. Illustrations are produced in traditional and digital media.

LeBarre, Erika

Erika LeBarre has always been exposed to art one way or another as she grew up. Her father worked as a car designer for the big three, and her mother was a ceramicist. Erika’s parents always encouraged her creative side. Drawing was her favorite thing to do. Erika graduated from the College for Creative studies with a BFA in illustration. Initially she worked at an art studio with other illustrators and designers for several years. Since then she has worked on her own for a wide variety of clients and projects such as product/packaging labels, posters, point of purchase, signage, direct mail, magazine ads, editorial, greeting cards, grade school textbooks, eBooks, websites, textiles, logos and even character development. Erika’s working techniques are both traditional and digital including pastels, acrylics, Photoshop, and vector-based illustrations using Illustrator. She creates illustrations using textures, smooth gradations, and rich color that can create a look that is anywhere from stylized, whimsical, editorial, conceptual and graphic line/flat color to somewhat realistic with a twist of fantasy.

Kurt Huggins

Narrative Digital and Traditional Illustration

Wrigglesworth Phil

Uk based illustrator who has worked for clients in the UK, US and Japan. Clients include The Guardian Newspaper, The New Scientist, Radio Times, Daily Telegraph, Independent Newspaper, Reader's Digest, Big Issue, Mail on Sunday

hoogslag nanette

In my illustration and design I use collage, mixed media and computer manipulation to create engaging and evocative images in a range of styles. A strong visual concept and a ‘Dutch’ design base are core to the work, which is often used visualise scientific, financial and business ideas; health, esoteric and lifestyle issues as well as literature and music covers. Over the years I have worked for a wide range of projects for clients worldwide. From single editorial images for magazines and newspapers, web design through to large communication design projects.

Romani, Paula

I'm an illustrator and designer. My illustrations have a joie de vivre, feminine, modern and fun vibe. My illustrations have appeared in magazines, ads, graphic design materials and products all over the world.

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Maceren, Jude

Stock Illustrations and Commissioned Art with Corporate and Business Concepts plus Fine Art Work

Danielson, Mark

Conceptual and graphic illustration for editorial, advertising, design, and corporate projects. Also Annual Reports, Business, Financial, Book, Computer, Technology, News, General Interest, Health, Arts, Lifestyle, Womens, Mens, Travel, Politics, People, Landscape, Architecture, Culture, Publishing, Money, Science, Infographics, Realistic, Transportation, Figurative, Internet, Spot, Brochure, Digital, Photoshop.

Crawford, Robert

Robert Crawford graduated with a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design. His paintings have appeared on the cover of major magazines such as Fortune, Business Week, The Atlantic and U.S. News and World Report as well as book covers for best-selling books published by Random House, Penguin/Putnam, Avon and other major publishers. His work is popular with advertising agencies and is much sought after by Fortune 500 companies like IBM, Dupont and Ford. Robert Crawford was chosen by the German car maker, Volkswagen, to do six paintings for a book which celebrated Volkswagen's 50th anniversary. Robert's work has won numerous awards from the Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts, Graphis and Print. His paintings have been included in group shows in New York, Japan and Germany and he participated in the United Nation's sponsored show on the environment in New York City. That painting was featured on CBS's Sunday morning with Charles Osgood. Robert Crawford's work has been selected for permanent collection by the United States government and major corporations such as British Petroleum. Some other notable collector's include, Richard Reeves, the presidential historian, and Edward Gordon of ABC television.Robert's studio is located in northwest Ct.

Faust, Richard

Richard Faust is rarely without his sketchbook, which can be better described as a visual journal and confessional. Over the years, his bookshelf full of journals have become a source to be mined for interesting ideas and insights. He also draws inspiration from mid-century design, cubism, and folk art. He has been illustrating commercial products for over ten years. After completing his BFA at The Columbus College of Art & Design, he began his career illustrating for magazine and book publishers as well as for the greeting card market. His work was featured in the 2007 Society of Illustrators Annual. His paintings have been exhibited throughout the Cleveland area, including two sold-out solo shows.

Wiggins, Mick

New Portfolio! Business and Editorial illustration

Liaw, Anson

Anson Liaw's versatile award-winning illustrations has been applied as effective visual solutions for various clients including editorial, publishing, corporate, packaging and advertising communications.

Lazareva, Anna

Anna Lazareva has wanted to be an illustrator since she was a little girl. She started to study drawing when she was 4. Anna graduated from the University in 2007 where she majored in journalism and the history of art. Her thesis project was about the relationship between editorial illustrations and the articles they are created for. She has attended summer courses at School of Visual Arts and Parsons New School for Design. Anna's source of inspirations are: fashion blogs, vintage photos and her travels around the world. Now she works at her little studio in Moscow, and she would love to work with you.

Panczyszyn, Shauna Lynn

Shauna Lynn Panczyszyn is the go-to illustrator for vibrant, hand rendered type and she’s honed her wonderful chalk-board aesthetic down to perfection. Based in Orlando, Florida, her talents go well beyond brilliant lettering. She has a classically trained voice and is also a figure skater. When she’s not in her studio, there’s a good chance she’s at the local rink turning triple axles with her friends.

Her musical tastes change by the season – in the warmer months it’s usually Bon Iver, Death Cab for Cutie and Zero 7, but in autumn or winter she’ll listen to Pat Metheny, George Winston, Gordon Lightfoot, Mannheim Steamroller or Josh Groban. She loves old advertising and packaging, particularly fruit crate labels and art deco lettering.

Shauna went to the University of North Florida, originally to study opera. However she switched to graphic design, took classes in painting and screen printing, and discovered a love of illustration. After graduating she did an internship in an agency in Jacksonville, and worked in graphic design in Orlando before becoming a freelance illustrator.

You’ll never believe this, but Shauna has only ever worked on a chalkboard once. Despite how incredibly chalky her projects look, they are all digitally produced. Having said that, she does begin in her sketchbook working in a pink pencil because it’s pale and allows her to refine the letterforms as she goes over them with a 2B. An image is then scanned into Photoshop and worked on using a Wacom Cintiq.

It’s Shauna’s custom brushes that really make the difference. She’s spent ages creating them and they ensure that her chalk-look work is as realistic as possible.

In terms of colour, her instinct is to go wild. However, as she points out she doesn’t want her work to look like a rainbow has exploded on it, so she usually cuts her palette back to four bright colours.

Many have called Shauna’s work whimsical. While there’s certainly fluidity and freedom about it she’ll also fill background areas with fine detail. Little words squeezed in here and there allow the client the opportunity to augment and refine a message – or just get more in there! But the secret to Shauna’s style is her desire to please her inner five-year-old. Happy and positive is what she does best and if her work isn’t those things she won’t be satisfied with it.

Studer, Gordon

Conceptual illustration combining photos, photo textures and graphic forms. Online portfolio and stock search with over 1800 stock images. Digital. Contemporary. Fresh and fun.

Viana, Goncalo

Smart digital / mixed media illustrations for editorial, business, advertising, corporate, web and publishing.

Atkinson, Janet

Janet Atkinson, principal of Atkinson Creative, is a web designer, developer, illustrator and graphic designer. Her unique combination of skills as both a visual designer and hand-coder/developer allows Atkinson to create effective solutions for a wide variety of projects and clients.

Laertis Art Studios

Conceptual art and illustration communicating graphic solutions for print, design and digital media applications specializing in editorial, book, institutional, advertising and corporate clients and markets.

Frazier, Craig

He is a frequent contributor to the NY Times and business publications like Time Magazine, Fortune, Bloomberg Business Week, Harvard Business Review, and The Wall Street Journal to name a few. Amongst his corporate clients are Adobe, American Express, Boeing, Chevrolet, Deloitte, MasterCard, Navigant, The Royal Mail, U.S. Postal Service, and United Airlines. Craig has created seven postage stamps including the 2006 Love stamp and the 2010/11 commemorative Scouting stamps.

Donnelly, Peter

Peter is an award winning illustrator working in advertising and picture books. In the past he has art directed pre-school television series and ads as well as designing for award winning animated films both in Europe and the US. His work has a mid-century appeal with an emphasis on stylised design resulting in a funky and humorous style that makes people smile ... and of course buy things. Peter's work has been featured on Drawn, IllustrationAge and The Little Chimp Society as well as being awarded by American Illustration, The Creative Quarterly Journal and 3X3 Pro-Illustration and Childrens Books showcase.

Leopold, Susan

Susan Leopold is an internationally known illustrator Susan Leopold is an award winning mixed media illustrator born in the Motor City and now living in the Big Smoke (what Canadians call Toronto). Leopold has won numerous gold, silver and bronze awards from groups such as Dimensional Illustrators, Society of Illustrators New York, Society of Illustrators Los Angeles, Communication Arts, Society of Publication Designers, Print and Art Direction. Leopold received a BFA in Fine Art from the University of Michigan and an MA in Medical Illustration from University of California. Her work has been shown in the USA Canada and Europe and has been displayed at the Museum of American Illustration, The Art Directors Club, Salmagundi Club and *new gallery. Most recently she was invited to exhibit at the William F. Eisner Museum of Advertising and Design in “Right Here in the USA” which the Eisner described as “showcasing work from 24 of the most influential photographers and illustrators in advertising today.” Leopold has been featured in publications nationally and internationally including a new book called The Art of Feminine Drawing which showcases contemporary illustrators from around the world and I remember Mama, a book based on a two part juried exhibit at the International Quilt Show that traveled internationally. Her work is currently featured in the winter issue of Cloth,Paper, Scissors a magazine about contemporary collage and next fall will be featured in a six page spread in Somerset Magazine. She has been on the cover and featured in publications such as Step by Step, Applied Arts, Fiberarts and Legacy. She is currently a course supervisor at Sheridan College and a guest lecturer at several other colleges. She will be heading up the art program at Voice Intermediate School in the historic Distillery (an old factory site) where she also maintains her studio/gallery space and the Channel Gallery.

Dahlstrom, Nicko

Nicko Dahlstrom is an artist-illustrator who specializes in illustration, storyboard & caricature. He has been recognized nationally and worldwide for his artwork. Nicko began drawing as a child after developing a fascination with animation and still continues to pursue this passion.

Bochkov, Val

Val prefers to use a variety of media. He uses acrylic, oil, watercolor, gouache, and digital. His creativity and large quantity of talent is evident in all his illustrations and designs.

Wahman, Wendy

Editorial illustration for newspapers, magazines, books, children's books, advertising. Also humorous line art with color. Recent awards: SPD, SND, SPJ, American Illustration & Best of the West.

Frazier, Jim

After he earned a BFA in Advertising Design from North Texas State University in 1980, Jim Frazier established himself as a print and broadcast art director at various Dallas advertising agencies. By 1990, agency work could no longer contain his diverse creative urges, so he went into business for himself. The result has been a growing recognition for the stylish conceptual images he has created for a wide range of corporate, financial, and editorial clients.

Jansson Rolf

editorial illustrations

Gibbs, Michael

Award winning conceptual illustration for editorial and corporate use, publications, books and posters, executed in a unique blend of traditional acrylic and not-so-traditional digital techniques.

nanette hoogslag

In my illustration and design I use collage, mixed media and computer manipulation to create engaging and evocative images in a range of styles. A strong visual concept and a ‘Dutch’ design base are core to the work, which is often used visualise scientific, financial and business ideas; health, esoteric and lifestyle issues as well as literature and music covers. Over the years I have worked for a wide range of projects for clients worldwide. From single editorial images for magazines and newspapers, web design through to large communication design projects.
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