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Dunlavey, Rob

Illustration and Design for Editorial, Corporate, Childrens and other markets.

Nordling, Todd

Stylized line work and swanky cool illustration. Visit toddnordling.com for fashion and fruit.

Chan, Ron

Illustration and Flash animation for editorial, corporate, institutional, advertising and design firms. Over 500 stock images available online.

Masuda, Coco

Raised in Tokyo, living in New York, vacationing in Hawaii, Coco Masuda creates artwork as diverse as the bustling cities and the tropical island that she has called home. Coco is a graduate of the Parsons School of Design and with her background as a graphic designer, she comes up with unique solutions for each and every project. Coco lives and works in Tribeca with her young daughter. She has an elegant and stylized lifestyle illustration, many featuring women of various ethnicity, for licensing, posters, advertising, design, packaging, publishing and editorial. She particularly enjoys working on children and tweens illustration.

DeVoogd, Amy

Colorful, acrylic paintings owe a debt to Pop Art and screenprinting. Urban, figurative silhouettes with an eye on business. Recent clients include Porter Novelli, The Progressive, Clamor.

Larsen, Tiffany

High-energy and sophisticated pop illustrations and icons. Specializing in portraits, entertainment and media Tiffany's work jumps off the page with bold colors and clean lines.

Drechsler, Debbie

Digitally created editorial illustration in scrumptious colors

Sussman, Nigel

You just canít look away once youíve seen one of Nigel Sussmanís isometric mural illustrations. Thereís so much going on Ė dancing horses, dinosaurs serving in a restaurant, people running in hamster treadmillsÖ The detail is incredible and itís all done with a lighthearted sense of humour that keeps you looking, and smiling.

So itís no wonder that Nigel has worked for both hugely innovative brands like Google and Redbull, as well as picking up more traditional print projects with the likes of Popular Mechanics and Time Out. With a musician father, creativity was encouraged as Nigel grew up and aside from drawing his passions include playing bass guitar (and illustrating his bandís album covers), Dungeons & Dragons and going for long walks with his wife. The destination is usually an eatery where tasty food is servedÖ but not by dinosaurs.

Thereís all kinds of activity going on in Nigelís work and itís no surprise to find that his influences include Martin Handford (creator of Whereís Wally?), MC Escher and the computer game SimCity. At home in Berkeley, California, he lives with his wife and a cat called Fidel Catstro.

Nigel spent two years at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, before crossing the country to the California College of the Arts to complete his degree in Illustration.

Today Nigel works on his drawings using a Wacom Cintiq tablet, but he has a good grounding in traditional media. He used to love working in pen and ink, and acrylic paints.

Bold, bright and complex, Nigelís signature style uses isometric line art and a striking but simple colour palette. He loves creating seek-and-find type drawings, as well as illustrations that feature complex fantasy architecture and/or imaginary machines.

Hubig, Dan

Dan's whimsical stylized digital illustrations have been used by numerous publications & corporations including: New York Times, Oracle Corp., Washington Post, Macromedia Inc., Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report, Kaiser Permanente, PC World, Los Angeles Times and San Francisco Chronicle. animal, monkey, sport, baseball, auto, traffic, travel, health, sick, monster, politics, boat, bush, music, wine, cello, oil, data, catch

sThig: design and illustration

Sexy Funky Fashion meets Hip Trendy Design. Specializing in spot illustration, technology, business and digital artwork.
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