Skip to Content
Pages: [<<] [<] 1 2

UNA

UNA studio launched to unite creative thinkers and doers, clients, and audiences together in a way that was remiss from the agency landscape. Working with only the best creatives they produce bold colourful work across a variety of outputs, with all final product being full of expression, personality and movement. The UNA folio has been described as hallucinogenic and refreshingly unique, and they never fail to impress with their imaginations. The UNA folio is varied with particular interests in lifestyle, sport and fashion. Clients include Nike, Bloomberg Pursuits, Covergirl Cosmetics, Audi, ESPN, Red Bull, WIRED, Penguin Books, Random House, French Vogue, BBC, Escada Paris, Maybelline NYC, Nintendo, The London Sunday Times, M.A.C Cosmetics, Bombay Sapphire, Nintendo, With over 20 years cumulative experience UNA understand exactly what their clients need and want, and generate ideas and recruit the right creatives to achieve these. Finally, UNA focuses on the thing at the heart of creativity, The Great Idea (and the execution of it), which is why we’re all here, right?

Luxich, Matt

Bizarrre children's and spot illustrations. Giant Robots, mad cows, silly monsters, aliens and spooky kites to name a few. What can Matt Draw for you?

Marsden, Ian

Humorous and children's illustrator and cartoonist.

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.

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.

Ettourney, Kareem

This is a collection of my artwork which has samples of my Concept art, Character design, Scene design, Fantasy art, Figurative art, Paintings, Architectural illustration & Graphics.

Golden, Harriet

digital collage with complex vectors

Cilo, Chuck

Working in a multitude of styles and media, Chuck Cilo illustration is the perfect solution for your advertising and editorial needs. Whether it's layouts, comps, storyboards or concepts, beautifully handcrafted or digitally rendered, Chuck handles it all with incomparable talent and style.

Interactivebooks.com

References for writers and illustrators of children's books, compiled by illustrator, author and Web Designer, Jim Witkins

Watermark Medical Animation & Illustration

> Dynamic, compelling, and persuasive custom animations & illustrations developed to promote your product, increase product trial and utilization.> 14 years of track record for delivering exceptional quality, experience, and service.> Unique combination of artistry and in-depth knowledge in medical science and technology behind clients' products.> Creative process that centers around frequent communication with the client so we get it right the first time!

paulo buchinho illustrator

Illustration and Graphic Design

Cao, François

Born in 1982, Cavano is a young self-taught artist with several influences such as fashion, pop art, comics, cinema, music or fantastic novels. The artist is inspired by Enkil Bilal, famous comic strip writer and drawer, as much as Neil Gaiman, eminent novelist. He aims to deliver us illustrations with mixed universes finely shaded by shadows and bright colors. Cavano gives his own vision of estheticism, a singular and modern one which always mixes numerous mediums such as charcoal, ink, felt tip, soft pastels or even fluorescent highlighters. He draws his inspiration inside the face and in the look of each of his models. For him, the use of each medium varies in accordance with each of his works, because every face possesses its own identity and its own authenticity. The end of 2012 is a turning point for the young artist because he decides to dedicate himself completely to his passion. He becomes one the rare permanent artist at the “Foundation René Pous” Museum, and exhibits at the side of masterpieces signed by Dali, Matisse, Grandidier, Dufy or Cocteau. In 2013, he is nominated for the 1st selection of the 8th Edition of “Arte Laguna Prize” in Venice in the painting category among an impressive panel of 80 artists. Then he takes part in the 3rd Edition of the “International Emerging Artist Award” (IEAA) in Dubaï, and draws the attention of the Director of the competition, with his portfolio. Since that moment the career of the artist takes an international artistic turn by joining the “On screen” project of the renowned SAATCHI gallery in London and the ARTtour International magazine edited in New York dedicates him as one of the best sixty artists contemporary for the beginning of year 2014.

Kaczor, Gwenda

illustration, character design and animation

Hillustration

Illustration, Web Design, Flash Illustration

Cassano, Rose

Digital Illustration, icons, informational graphics, logoart.

Jones, Larry

Conceptual, editorial, graphic illustration. This is one of many styles that Larry works in. Please check out his personal website for much more.

Nordmann, Suzanne

Marker illustration, storyboard frames and comps; people, food, strong color. Digital illustration, photo-realistic, stylized, & cartoon. Watercolor illustration, painterly style, or tighter with Norman Rockwell feel, people, strong color. Versatile illustrator, can work in different styles. Silver Award Winner 1993 Dallas Society of Illustrators

Arre, Arnold

Graphic novelist. Specializes in fantasy art, conceptual art, children's book art, cartoons, comic art, storyboards, and Japanese manga-style illustrations. Digital, painterly, and pen and ink.

741 illustration

A new group of illustrators with differing styles, figurative, caricature, digital, cartoons, realistic, calligraphy, fashion, childrens', design, collage

John F. Scott

Illustrator in Austin, Texas.

Feghali, Habib

Art Director/Illustrator,I work mostly with photoshop.Originally from LEBANON,based now in Dubai- UAE.

Bradford, Tim

Living right next to a nature reserve in Nottingham, Tim Bradford also has the convenience of being just half a mile from the city centre. From alpine landscapes to geometry and animals, he’s inspired by nature and also loves drawing people of all sizes, shapes and nationalities.

Tim studied for a BA Hons in Illustration at Lincoln University and an MA in Illustration and Animation at Kingston University London.

Everything begins as a pencil sketch, which is then coloured up digitally using Photoshop and Illustrator. With his animation skills, many clients ask him to create work for both print and digital projects where motion is required. For a more physical feel to his work, Tim is increasingly introducing hand drawn elements as well.

Most of Tim’s imagery is quirky, fun and character based, and his work often incorporates custom typography along with some movement. Life, energy, charm and wit are what he strives for when he creates an illustration, and he likes to find visual solutions that are easy on the eye and keep you looking.

Client List Fanta HSBC Oxford University Press Cambridge University Nescafe Nivea Ogilvy & Mathers JWT Lufthansa
Pages: [<<] [<] 1 2