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Wertzateria

Our studio produces award-winning pictures in a variety of styles. Our images start with the pencil, always, and finish with digital collage, monoprints, and screen prints. Our clients include the De Young Museum, the New Yorker, the San Francisco International Film Festival, and Farrar Strauss Giroux.

Paraskevas, Michael

Michael Paraskevas, a well known illustrator among magazine art directors, has had his work featured in such prestigious publications as Sports Illustrated, Time, Town & Country and Esquire and has earned numerous awards from industry professionals. Michael has exhibited at Giraffics Gallery in East Hampton (6 one-man shows) and recently showed at the prestigious Southampton Gallery owned by Peter Marcelle. Along with his mother Betty, he published many children’s books over the past 12 years. Their work includes the much loved Tangerine Bear, which was produced as a Christmas Special for ABC in 2000. Other popular works by the pair include Junior Kroll, A Very Kroll Christmas, Shamlanders, The Ferocious Beast, Cecil Bunions, and Chocolate at the Four Seasons. The mother-and-son team’s most well-known project, called Maggie and the Ferocious Beast, was developed for Nick Jr. and is still running on Noggin. It won the prized Gemini Award for best animated show of 2001 in Canada. Paraskevas was educated at School of Visual Arts in New York where he also received his Master’s Degree in Visual Journalism. He divides his time between his home in SouthHampton and LA.

Beylinson, Yana

Yana Beylinson is a New York City-based artist, illustrator and designer. Widely known for her organic, natural and completely unique style, Yana has worked with a variety of clients in fashion, book and magazine publishing, textile design, and corporate world. Some notables include Crabtree & Evelyn, Chronicle Books, Food & Wine Magazine, C Wonder, and many others. Yana's work covers botanical drawings, food illustration, pattern design and conceptual work. Yana strongly believes in the power of great design. She is well known for her signature, streamlined creative style and brings elegance and a sophisticated eye to all of her work. Her solid foundation in fine art and typography shines through each project.

Maravillas, Jennifer

With Filipino and European roots, and with freckles from head to toe, Jennifer Maravillas feels as if she’s on a detective-like quest to understand as many different perspectives as possible. Her roots as an artist, meanwhile, go back to her training in ballet as a child. She sees her art as a kind of ballet performed on paper using a marker.

She rarely restricts herself to just a marker, though. Watercolour, spray paint and various other media are used in her illustrations. As a side project, she has made a map of Brooklyn out of garbage, and in future plans to try and map as much of the world as she can. On top of painting, her passions are anthropology and sociology.

Jennifer did an undergraduate degree is in Graphic Design at the University of Louisville and a graduate degree is in Mass Communication at Virginia Commonwealth University.

The techniques Jennifer uses are constantly changing, and her style often comes as a result of the medium she’s exploring at a given time. By and large she’s a mixed media artist, always trying new materials and combinations of them – typically they include watercolour markers, ink, spray paint, pencil, cut out paper, block printing, and Photoshop. Sometimes she allows a composition to evolve without knowing what the end result might be like, other times she has a clear idea in her head of what she wants.

Jennifer is fascinated by the digital process. She scans in every doodle and texture she draws or paints, keeping them for reference or for use as layers in new pieces.

Jennifer uses vibrant colour combinations as she builds up maps, cityscapes and scenery from hundreds of smaller handmade elements. Some of her influences include Werner Herzog, Mary Blair, Guy Debord, and Buckminster Fuller.

Mjolsness, Jane

Illustrations for packaging, editorial, books and book covers, fashion, greeting cards. Illustrating complex emotional issues, womens issues, relationships and food in a stylized, simplistic, elegant manner with great attention to composition, color and line quality. Clients: Allergan USA, CF Napa (Tapeña Wines), What to Expect When You’re Expecting Foundation, Duncan Baird Publishers (London), Boston Market, Olive Garden, Marshall Field’s, Target, Visa Gold, American Airlines, Northwest Airlines, US Government, Hershey’s, Mall of America, The Washington Post, Faber&Faber, Hazelden, Pillsbury, AT&T, GlaxoSmithKline, EuroRSCG, Beringer Wines, Gerber Baby Products, FCB, BBDO, 3M, American Express, and many others. KEYWORDS: Women, emotions, healthcare, decorative, stylized, conceptual, packaging, line, line with color

Napier, Martha

When Martha Napier took the leap and became a full-time freelance illustrator in 2013, the world of fashion design lost a wonderful creator, but the world of illustration gained an excellent artist. Martha’s vivid watercolours and loose, almost naïve style, have given a lighthearted lift to all kinds of interesting projects in fashion, advertising, editorial and more. She also does live painting for clients, and was named a top illustrator to watch on Instragram by InStyle magazine.

Martha was born in the Midwest, grew up in Germany, and today splits her time between Chicago and New York. She loves fashion – that much is clear – and her most admired designers include Miuccia Prada, Marni, and Phoebe Philo. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri Matisse and Cy Twombly are three artists that inspire her.

Beyond art and fashion, she’s had a fascinating life. She’s travelled to the North Pole, and to the Galapagos Islands. “The only place I’ve seen a cactus, a flamingo and a penguin in the same location,” she says.

Martha has a BA in Studio Art from Wake Forest University, and was a Presidential Scholar at the same college in Fine Art. She discovered her love of fashion illustration at the Parsons School of Design, where she studied for a post grad degree in Fashion Design.

Watercolours are Martha’s main media, but she also uses markers, pencils and acrylics. She scans the work into Photoshop and uses the application to clean it up and colour correct it before delivering it to her clients.

Martha is very much a gestural painter, with a very fine skill in getting paints to flow from her brush and soak beautifully into the paper, and to mix with one another. Seen up close, it’s a gorgeous effect. Her work is vibrant and vivid as you can see, and full of joy and whimsy.

Besteman, Jackie

I have worked as an editorial illustrator and have made many illustrations for many North American publications. My specialties have been Lifestyle, ( People) Kids, Maps, Icons and Travel. Along the way my work has been recognized by The Canadian Art Directors Club, Workbook, Print and How Magazines. I have a passion for birds and have been making paintings and illustrations of these beautiful creatures.

Berg, Margaret

WATERCOLOR, PEN & INK. Client List: Papyrus, American Greetings, International Greetings, Tervis, Georgia Pacific / Dixie Paperware, Creativore, The Tombras Group, Penguin Books, Women's Heath Magazine, Rachael Ray magazine etc.

Eagle, Maceo

Maceo is a comp and storyboard artist with a background in graffiti art who specializes in competing last minute projects. He is dependable when it comes to those weird and the obscure jobs with impossible deadlines.

Cobb, Andrea

Andrea Cobb's artwork is a fusion of Illustration, Surface Pattern and Fine Art. She has worked with Chronicle Books, Georgia-Pacific, Kleenex, Toyota, Experience Life Magazine, Whole Foods Market, Utne Reader, The New York Times, New You Magazine, Steve Vai and many others. Andrea has created illustrations for editorials, books, products, textiles, album covers, advertisements, logos, greeting cards and the web. Andrea has received recognition and awards from The Association of Alternative Newsweeklies, The Beverage Packaging Global Design Awards, Print and AIGA. Andrea has been featured in interviews for Digital Creative Arts, SBS Digital Design and Dynamic Graphics magazine. She loves Vincent Van Gogh, metaphysics, the forest, all things galactic, and the color red. Graduated from Parsons School of Design, NYC :: For Commissions, Licensing, Prints & General Inquiries :: andrea@andreacobb.com :: Purchase Prints Here :: saatchionline.com/andreacobb :: Other Online Portfolios :: cargocollective.com/andreacobb behance.net/andreacobb

Montgomery, Linda

Linda's award-winning work is colourful, spiritual, decorative, playful and expresses a human quality. Her work has appeared in International publications including New York Times, Boston Globe & Chicago Tribune, in major advertising campaigns for Kraft, Pzier Pharmeceuticals & SCJohnston, licensing for Costco dishware & in the permanent collection of the Aga Khan Foundation, Aveda & Onex corportations.

Greenberg, Karen

graphic, illustration, layered, acrylic, paint, digital, line, line with color, fashion, people, figures, still life, travel, food, logos, icons, editorial, publishing, advertising, packaging, decorative, textiles, pattern, hand lettering Graphic and stylized with line and color, plus new work incorporating painted textures. Advertising, editorial, publishing, design and corporate.

Fisher, Jeffrey

Jeffrey Fisher works in the editorial, advertising and publishing fields. Selected clients include New York Times, Smithsonian, LA Times, Random House, Bloomsbury Chronicle,Barnes & Noble and United.

Collignon, Veronica

“I see life in colour,” declares fashion illustrator Veronica Collignon, and looking at her portfolio full of light, colourful imagery, it’s hard to argue. But she takes her obsession with colour even further in her everyday life. For instance, she has a collection of nail polish bottles that she’s never used. “I always end up buying them because I am drawn by the colours! I even remember names and numbers by a form of colour-coding in my mind,” she says.

That quirky sense of fun carries over into her artwork, but it’s underlined by great talent, professionalism and a fantastic technique. Growing up in Mexico, from a young age she was inspired by drawing and creativity, and her favourite illustrators include David Downton, Garance Doré and Izak Zenou. She worked alongside the latter for two years.

She later moved from her home city of Guadalajara to Paris, and then to Madrid, to study. Eventually, she ended up in New York where she now has a range of clients in fashion, retail, advertising, cosmetics and more.

New York’s cosmopolitan mix is the perfect thing to inspire her. She loves to people watch, and enjoys exploring other cultures, with Moroccan and Japanese at the top of her list at the moment.

Veronica studied on the Fashion Studies programme at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Madrid, and later gained certificates in Fashion and Fine Art from Parsons The New School.

Projects begin with Veronica learning about her client and the audience they want to reach. Research is key, before she plays with different looks and ideas, and then settles on the best composition. After the sketching comes her favourite part – adding the colour.

Whimsical, colourful and fun are words commonly used to describe Veronica’s style. Her work has the feel of classic fashion illustration about it, with striking graphical forms, a gestural style, and lovely brushwork and inking.

Phillips, Chet

Chet Phillips began his career as a freelance illustrator in the early 80's. He has created work for advertising agencies, design firms, book, newspaper and magazine publishers and corporations. Trained in traditional media with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing, Chet made the transition to digital media in 1992. His "Digital Scratch Board" is created with the natural media software Painter.

Wilkins, Sarah

Sarah Wilkins is a New Zealand born illustrator.

She spends her time creating illustrations with a unique combination of sharp-eyed visual wit, sophisticated color and graceful hand-lettering.

Working with acrylic, gouache, pen & ink and computer, Sarah's whimsical and elegant style has a refreshingly painterly feel. Her illustrations have been featured around the world in magazines and advertising campaigns, airports, museums, bookstores, on buses, murals, in the metro, as well as on bags, cups, books, toys.........the list goes on.

Sarah's clients include Barnes & Noble, United Airlines, American Express, Pfizer, UNESCO, NYU, Smithsonian, Time Magazine, Yoga Journal, Madame Figaro, The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, Town & Country and The New York Times.

If you'd like to know more about Sarah, her work or interests, please feel free to ask. She enjoys thinking outside the square!

Rama, Sue

Sue Ramá is an award-winning illustrator that combines a child-like and fine art sensibility. She has illustrated over fifteen books for children. Sue uses traditional and digital media, often in digital collage. She is known for her intelligence, sensitivity and her narrative sense, particularly her ability to convey expression. She is also a gifted watercolorist, portrait painter and whiteboard animator.

Zawacki, Alison

Stylized illustrations depicting a wide variety of subject matter, often painted in a very colorful fashion with conceptual overtones.

Legendre, Yann

Yann is an internationally recognized illustrator, designer and art director, whose imagery has appeared in print around the world both for advertising and in the world of fine art.

Vitale, Stefano

Stefano Vitale is an internationally acclaimed illustrator and artist. While studying for a degree in Economics at the University of Southern California, he often traveled to Mexico and the Southwest. There he found inspiration in the simplicity of the popular local folk art. This influenced him so much that when he completed his economics degree Vitale continued at The Arts Center in Pasadena, California for a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Vitale’s oil paintings on wood have earned him international awards and a retrospective of his life’s work in his hometown of Padua, Italy. Vitale is best known for his beautiful folk-style which has earned him numerous awards and a reputation as one of the most sought after children’s book illustrators. After living in the USA for many years, he moved to Venice with his wife Pamela Berry and their two children. www.stefanovitale.com

Hsinping, Pan

HsinPing Pan is an illustrator and animator who grew up in Taiwan and found her artistic self in Los Angeles. She loves drawing colorful things and animating them, and she always aims to create something happy and warm that will bring smiles to people's faces. Her work can be seen in children books, magazines, commercials, films, and music videos, and her clients include Land of Nod, Real Simple, Nick Jr. magazine, Kraft, Calgonit and Yo Gabba Gabba!

Stanga, Carlo

Carlo Stanga lives and works in Milan, Italy. After studying art and becoming a successful freelance illustrator, Carlo chose to further his education as an architectural student at Politechnic of Milan. He went on to collaborate with the premier Italian designer Bruno Munari and attend both Scuola del Fumet and The Domus Academy in Milan. Since 2002, Carlo has been working with various agencies in Europe and exhibiting artworks in Paris, Tai Pei, Milan and Turin. Today, Carlo's work combines his dual loves of architecture and decorative illustration. This distinctive style continually wins Italian Illustration awards and the work has been selected by The American Illustration Annual and 3x3 in the U.S.

Harrison, Shane

Deco meets Disco. Charming and unusual illustration. A mix of modern and retro elements.

HAVOC Media Design

The collection of animals were done for Penguin Books Astrology series "Sydney Omarr" The ship drawings were created for the maritime industry. They were drawn on-location during Fleet Week in New york Harbor.

Dionisi, Sandra

Conceptual, iconographic, metaphorical, textured, layered and colorful

Wood Hannah

Hannah's Christmas santas, snowmen, reindeer and other decorative images have appeared on cards, wraps and bags in the USA and Europe. With a variety of delightful styles, her illustrations are now appearing in childrens books and magazines.

Cusack, Margaret

I am an illustrator, graphic designer and folk artist - all in one. My work is best described as realism created with stitchery and fabric. It is rich with color, texture, and detail, made with machine-applique and hand embroidery. Since 1972, Im have created architectural-scale hangings, soft sculpture, portraits, and props. My stitched artwork has illustrated greeting cards, decorative plates, ads, posters, magazines, billboards, and even postage stamps - all in fabric.

Walsh, Sarah

Sarah Walsh is an internationally published illustrator who's project range spans from picture books, apparel, home decor and greeting cards to name a few. Her work has also been featured on Creative Pep Talk, Buzzfeed & The Jealous Curator. Sarah has been a working artist since 2001, starting out as a designer/illustrator hybrid at Hallmark Cards in Kansas City. In 2013 she branched off solo style into the freelance world after connecting with an art agent named Lilla Rogers. Bright color, fashion, mid century design, the 80's, fantasy, hand lettering, world culture & folk art art are some of the elements that inform her work.

Writing and illustrating a children's book or working with a fashion designer to create a quirky haute couture clothing line are two of her dream projects! When Sarah isn't busy doing client work she fills her sketchbook with personal paintings or creates products such as art prints, enamel pins & pillows for Tigersheep Friends, with her husband Colin Walsh, a fellow illustrator.

A.K.A.

Inspired by exciting clients and interesting commissions AkA will go to the lengths necessary to ensure that the client is totally happy with the end results. Some of the clients AkA has made happy recently: Hasbro // Avia // Wired Mag // Dulux // Time Magazine // Dreamworks SKG // Kimberley Clarke // McDonalds // Ford Motor Corp // Digit Mag // Proctor & Gamble // Computer Arts // Sports Illustrated Mag // Wall St Journal // Stuff Magazine // Knorr // International Delight // Mac Format // Mazda // Phillip Morris // Taco Bell // Spyder // Kleenex // Heinz

Cardelli, Maria

fashion, beauty, interiors, fine art, paintings, photomontage, clothing, contemporary, people, women, men, relationships, patterns, decorative, editorial, covers, advertising, woman, elegance, footwear, shoes, packaging, flowers, decorative, lifestyle, architectural, graphic, digital, textile, product design, packaging, pen and ink, editorial, advertising.

Wagt, Robert

Dutch-born painter and illustrator Robert Wagt has worked in Berlin, Milan and Paris, and is currently in the USA working from Nyack, New York. Robert and his wife, also an accomplished artist, have one daughter. As an illustration artist, Robert Wagt is widely acknowledged for his creativity and unique style, and has enjoyed an international reputation for almost 20 years. Marie Claire and Vanity Fair were among the first international magazines that sparked his career during his first Paris stint in 1987-1988, after he emerged from his art studies. In Milan from 1988 to 1994, he became a regular contributor to Vogue, Uomo Vogue and Vanity of the Condé Nast Media Group, among other magazines. He returned to Paris in 1994, where his client list grew to include industry giants such as Canon, Longchamp, Coca Cola, DHL, Ford, Ebay and Macy’s, working with world’s premier advertising agencies, such as : Publicis, J. Walter Thompson, Young & Rubicam and McCann Erickson. His work is featured in numerous art books and magazine interviews. Beyond the world of commerce, Robert Wagt is recognized for his contribution to the fine arts. Numerous solo and group exhibitions in the United States and Europe have shown his work since 1983. Robert Wagt is represented by New York-based Lindgren & Smith Inc., one of the four top artist-management agencies of the United States. He also works with Sigrid Freundorfer Fine Arts, a highly respected New York art dealer of 20th century paintings and sculptures. Born and raised in Assen, the Netherlands, he was formally trained at the Academy of Fine Arts (Minerva) in Groningen, the Netherlands, from 1982 to 1987.

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.

Vibbert, Carolyn

decorative, stylised realism, logos, landscapes, food and wine packaging scratchboard, pen & ink,digital, food, packaging, decorative, maps,logos, landscapes, travel scratchboard, digital, stylized, whimsical

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.

Robertson, Michael

Born and raised in northern Ohio, Michael graduated from Bowling Green State University with a degree in painting. He spent ten years as a toy designer and character developer, before trying his hand at illustration. His work has appeared on many children's products, greeting cards and magazines, and has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators. An avid collector of mid-century art and design since the 80's, Michael's vast array of influences include many modern masters such as Calder and Miro, as well as illustrators like Jim Flora, Alice and Martin Provensen, and Mary Bair. Michael lives in a spacious industrial warehouse loft in downtown Cleveland, where he enjoys painting, cooking and listening to the extensive collection of vintage soul, jazz, and Brazilian music he has acquired over the years.

Noumeda Carbone Award-Winner illustrator

I’m a Paris born, Italian artist and award winner freelance illustrator since 2006.

I work with ink, pigment liner, felt-tip pen and sometimes I mix hand drawing with digital instruments. My illustrations are surreal, dreamlike, darkly and full of details.

My range of Clients include Leo Burnett, Pitti Immagine, Vogue | The trend blog, Andy Martin Associates: Architects and Designers, Breil , Saatchi & Saatchi Milano, London Liryc Opera, The Guardian, Sony/ATV , Alta Roma Ethical Fashion, 1861 United.

My work was published on “ 200 Best Illustrators worldwide Luerzer’s Archive Specials 09/10”, Communication Arts - 50° Anniversary Issue, Rolling Stone Magazine, Big Book of Fashion Illustration, Penthouse-online magazine, Computer Arts (n 188), La Perla Magazine, Trenland.net, Kult magazine.

Recently my works was exhibited at the Affordable Art Fair di Brussels and at Inhorgenta, Design Forum Hall (Munich), Giadino Corsini, Museo la Specola (Florence), Loggiato San Bartolomeo (Palermo), Galleria Xxs (Palermo), Co2 (Florence), Galleria Olivia Turchi (Florence), Spazio di Confine (Florence).

Awards: *3x3 PROFESSIONAL SHOW N°7 2010 merit Awards. *Design & Illustration AWARD at Art Takes London 2011.

Clients: Leo Burnett, Vogue Trends online magazine 1861 United, Breil, Pitti Immagine, Ferragamo , Alpitour, Umberto Giannini, Boloni, The Creator Studio, The Guardian, Takeshi Hamada, Virago Modern Classic, London Lyric Opera, Alta Roma Ethical Fashion 08, Fantasie tricot jersey manufacturer, PLUS. People Living Universal Sustainable, Netural Communications. Castro Clothes.

Publications: Books: -200 Best Illustrators worldwide Luerzer's Archive Specials 09/10; -"The Beautiful" Illustrations for Fashion and Style. Editor: Anneke Krull. Gestalten Publisher; - 3x3 Annual No.7, Illustration Annual, published by 3x3 Magazine, The Magazine of Contemporary Illustration; -"Pink Attitude, the contemporary female creativity" by Enrica Mannari; -Semi-Permanent book 2009; -Illusive 2; -Big Book of Fashion Illustration.

Magazines: Computer Arts magazine, Digital Artists magazine, Communication Arts 50° Anniversary Issue, Rolling Stone Magazine, Penthouse-magazine, Out of the Box magazine, DPI Design Stars Boulevard Vol.05 Taiwan dpi magazine "Illustration of stylish feminine", Kult Magazine, Glamour, Blanket magazine, Enquire Magazine, Be|different, Nylon Magazine, La Perla Magazine, Slurp Magazine, Riot Magazine, Etel Magazine, Slurp Magazine, Antimagazine.

Collaborations: VOGUE/TRENDS online magazine, Sony/ATV, Artproject, Labz, Envelop, Pari Opportunità Provincia di Venezia.

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.

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.

Lyons, Chris

Chris Lyons is an Illustrator, gardener, and pass-first point guard. And hopelessly addicted to all three things. He loves to do great work for great clients. In the last few months that’s been: Conde Nast Traveler, American Express, Target, Penguin Publishing, Chicago Magazine, Monocle Magazine (London), Scholastic, Chicago Tribune, McCann Erickson, LA Magazine, Cramer-Kressalt, AirTran, Smart Money, Utne Reader, The New York Times, Bicycling Magazine, Texas Monthly and AARP to name a few. His work has appeared with some regularity in the CA Illustration Annual, American Illustration, 3x3 and Creative Quarterly. He is also on the Adjunct Faculty of The School of Design at RIT.

Field, Ann

An awarded and exhibited member of the Society of Illustrators of New York. Ann is also a former President of ICON, The Illustration Conference, a non-profit, bi-annual conference committed to promoting illustration and the understanding of it. In 2000, the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum, NY added Ann's work to part of its permanent collection. Currently, Ann serves as Chair of the Illustration Department at Art Center College of Design, in Pasadena, California.

For 20 plus years, Ann's name has been synonymous with award winning, innovative images that cross the disciplines between design, photography and illustration. Her powerful work has been behind successful strategies for many leading brands: DIOR, Levis Jeans, Estee Lauder, Lexus, Nike, Barneys New York, Hard Rock Hotel, Starbucks Coffee, Mattel/Barbie, Madonna, Pentagram, Chronicle Books, and Herman Miller.

Allen Crawford / Plankton Art Co.

Digital, collage, retro, alternative, caricature, whimsical, books, logos, design, texture, antique, old. Clients include: TBWA Chiat Day, Rosenbach Museum and Library, Comedy Central, American Museum of Natural History, Time Out NY.

Frieden, Sarajo

Sarajo Frieden is an artist and illustrator based in Los Angeles. Her work has been featured in illustrated fiction, magazines, commercials, textiles, paper products, bedding and lamps, to name a few.

Gu, Sunny

Based in sunny Los Angeles, Sunny Gu is an artist who’s curious about culture. She loves to look for beauty in everything around her and then recreate it in her art. It certainly shows through in her work, which is full of colour, glamour, fashion and ornamentation.

Sunny was born in China but emigrated to the US when she was 13. She’s loved drawing for as long as she can remember. Her nickname is ‘Bee’ because she’s obsessed with flowers and if you look inside her wardrobe you’ll be overwhelmed by the colourful floral prints and patterns inside. She has plenty of accessories to go with the garments - again, they form important elements in her illustration work.

Her overall aim is to preserve the beauty she sees around her.

Sunny studied illustration at the Otis College of Art and Design in LA, and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

Each illustration begins with a series of rough sketches, which Sunny uses to develop the composition. Once she’s decided on the composition, she works on the details and then starts painting. Her favourite medium is watercolour – she loves their vibrant and unpredictable nature. Occasionally, she uses graphite or acrylic paints for some of the textures. Sunny will use a computer to create surface designs and textile patterns.

When she’s painting, Sunny says she’s bathed in happiness and she puts that across in bright colour and rich detail. The focus on beauty and feeling is clear in her work and she wants to bring joy to whoever looks at it.

Vernon, Katie

Katie Vernon is an illustrator who has spent most of her life in the midwest but whose heart belongs in the mountains. Her inspiration comes from being a florist, working with alpacas, and living on a bus. Some of her favorite things include rearranging furniture, seltzer water, and two different species of animals becoming friends. Katie is also rather fond of her partner, daughter, and part-dingo dog. In 2015 Katie won the Special Studio Award in Lilla Rogers Global Talent Search competition. She is thrilled to be represented by the amazing team at Lilla Rogers Studio.

Chernik, Echo

ART NOUVEAU Advertising Illustration. Clients include: Miller, Camel, Coors, Nascar, Trek, Celestial Seasonings. Rocket Dog Shoes, Dave Matthews Band, City of New Orleans, City of Chicago, KMart, Sears, Regal Cinemas, Dos Equis, Marzetti, Penguin, Random House, Langnese, Publix and more.
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