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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

Blackall, Sophie

Illustration for children, children's books, editorial, magazines, advertising, greeting cards, publishing, books, book covers, posters, animation. Media - watercolor and gouache

Luczak, Laurie

Conceptual illustration used for editorial, childrens book, advertsing, book covers, design and corporate media. Laurie offers two different styles working in painterly and digital media. Her work has appeared in Communication Arts, Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Society of Ilustrators LA, & Print. Clients include The New York Times, The US Post Office, AMEX,The Wall St Journal, Continental, AARP, Seventeen and more.

Alcázar, Eugenia

Personal page of the professional illustrator Eugenia Alcázar. Illustrations and Educational games for children.

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.

Ho, Jannie

Born in Hong Kong and raised in Philadelphia, Jannie moved to New York to study illustration at Parsons School of Design. After working as a graphic designer and an art director at many fun places such as Nickelodeon, Scholastic, and TIME Magazine for Kids, she decided that illustration was her true calling. Jannie (also known as Chicken Girl) now specializes in illustrating for the children’s market, with her work appearing in both trade and educational books, magazines, toys, crafts and digital media. She currently works and plays in Boston, MA with her husband and daughter.

Susan Crawford / Plankton Art Co.

Digital, graphic, stylized forms, children's books, nature, children, retro, lettering, toys and games, humor, caricature, decorative, whimsical, style, design, logos, books, lifestyle, food. Clients include: American Museum of Natural History, Chronicle, Smithsonian National Zoo.

O'Neill, Jacquie

NEW IMAGES JUST ADDED: Illustrations for all things Children, including picture books, boards games, iPhone/iPad apps, flash games packaging & Character development. Member of the SCBWI Client's include: Warner, Dreamworks, Reebok, Penguin, Harper Collins, Simon & Schuster, ElleGirl, Mattel, Macmillan, Nickelodeon, Pearson Education. Recently completed several children's picture books. Keep up to date with my latest illustrations via www.facebook.com/JacquieONeillIllustration

Madden, Colleen

The fourth girl in a family of 8 children, Colleen Madden made it through childhood pretending to be a space princess with a wookie sidekick and drawing in her cardboard box art studio. Colleen spent some time acting and training at The Second City in Chicago, then went on to graduate from a small liberal arts school in Massachusetts, with a contract major in illustration and English literature. She is currently residing in the Philadelphia area, with her writer-husband, and their 2 sons. She has illustrated for many different kinds of clients and is the recipient of an International Greeting Card Louie Award. When not illustrating, Colleen can be found long distance running, making her boys giggle, and eating lots and lots of sushi.

Peon, David

Digital illustration for editorial and advertising assignments. Specializing in Childrens Book.

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

Martin, Jason

With over a decade of experience, this artist can do the concept art for the characters, environments, or props of your animated film, children's book, or video game!

Favreau Studio

Best-selling author, award-winning illustrator, and creative entrepreneur! My studio is located in Alaska, where I live with my Scotsmen, daughters, and Giant Malamute.

Griffo, Daniel

Daniel Griffo was born on March 8th, 1973 in La Plata, Argentina, where he currently resides with his wife Elba, his baby boy Benjamin and his two pets Indiana and Jones. As a young child, he was always drawn towards creating and drawing images. At 10, he took his first steps into the world of illustration with the guidance of his drawing and painting instructor who taught him the basic foundations of the craft. In his teens, he became a self-taught comic illustrator and worked for both Argentinean and Italian publishers. Shortly afterwards, he worked for various studios creating licensed art, where he sharpened his skills and amassed a great deal of experience. As a freelance illustrator, Daniel has worked for many large companies including Image Comics, Warner, DC, and Disney. In his portfolio, you will find traditional and digital images, layout color, story boards, comic book art, inks, lettering, children and adult illustration, character development, and 3D models – Daniel is truly a jack-of-all-trades.

Lewis, Anthony

Anthony lives with his wife Kathryn and three children, Isabella, Eimilia, and Rory along with two cats, Maurice and Jasper in a small village in Cheshire, in the northwest of England. Since he graduated with First Class Honours from the Liverpool School of Art in 1989, he has illustrated more than 200 children's books, as well as magazine articles, advertisements, theater posters and corporate brochures. Whilst studying Anthony was Highly Commended in the Reader's Digest Young Illustrators Competition. He has also a Smarties Gold Award for 'The Owl Tree', has twice been short-listed for the Sheffield Book Award and was nominated for the BBC's 2004 Blue Peter Book Award for 'Atticus the Storyteller's 100 Greek Myths. In his free time he enjoys the theater, traveling and watching Liverpool Football Club.

McBee, Scott

Scott McBee is a New York based artist and designer. He received his BA in graphic design and illustration from San Diego State University. In 1989 Mcbee launched a successful career in commercial illustration, designing for such major firms as Young & Rubicam, BBDO and Ogilvy. In addition to his commercial work, which includes advertisement, story board production, and children's book illustration (see Amazon.com), Mcbee has developed several personal projects including a series of large-scale nautical paintings. He is now represented in prominent galleries and museums, including the Chinese Porcelain Gallery in NYC and the Master Works Foundation in Bermuda. Many of his fine commissioned yacht portraits reside in private family collections as well.

Cantrell, Clay

Decades of fun and colorful Graphic Design, Illustration & Lettering for most markets including publishing, educational, entertainment, advertising, design and retail.

ruppert,larry

award winning illustrator specializing in retro art and children's books illustrations: the official dick and jane illustrator; normal rockwell style; the past is already the future.

Lunden, Einar

Einar Lunden is an experienced illustrator and cartoonist who works both for children and the general market. He does all types of illustrations, cartoons, comics, character designs, concepts, logo designs for books, magazines, online, and more. He has been extensively published in books, magazines, newspapers, online, corporate, etc. Works well on deadline. Please visit his website for sample work.

Diggory, Nick

Professional character design, production and development for Publishing, Advertising, Magazines and Editorials worldwide.

Mingus, Cathi

Cathi Mingus illustration features fun and colorful characters and designs suitable for children, tweens, teens and women's marktets. She has illustrated for magazines, books, greeting cards and packaging. Visit her website and see more!

Pica, Steve

Steve Pica's cartoons are light and whimsical. He shows a wonderful sense of humor in his illustrations.

Beaky, Suzanne

Suzanne Beaky grew up in Gahanna, Ohio, and studied illustration at Columbus College of Art and Design. Her expressive illustrations are commissioned by children's book, magazine and educational publishers worldwide. She received the Durham (N.C.) Arts Council Emerging Artist Award and the Ellen Dolan Memorial Mentorship Award from the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators-Missouri. After living in Missouri for several years she and her husband recently moved to Huntingdon, Pennsylvania.

Ember, Kathi

Kathi Ember lives with one man, three sheep and four cats in an old stone farm house just outside of Kutztown, PA. She has been drawing since she could hold a pencil and knew from an early age that art was her passion. After graduating with a BFA from Kutztown University in '76, she eventually figured out that she was meant to be an illustrator. Her love of animals, sense of humor, whimsy, and a penchant for storytelling all came together and in one quick moment she realized, "THIS IS IT...this is what I'm supposed to be doing". And so, she sits at her desk every day, living in a fantasy world and watching little anthropomorphic animals come to life...and...life is good.

Gavin, Carolyn

Carolyn currently lives in Toronto, Canada with her family. She is principal designer and creative director for her company ECOJOT. Carolyn also freelances through her agent Lilla Rogers Studios.
Carolyn has worked on a variety of projects including four fabric collections with P&B Textiles, 2 scrap booking collections for K&Co and Packaging for Swedish Organic Candy Company Ekorrens Ekologiska. As well as Holiday cards for Unicef, Gift cards for Target and toys & games for Land of Nod.
Carolyn's specialties are packaging, lettering, florals, animals and repeat designs. Carolyn paints with Gouache, uses ink and traditional digital media.
When not working Carolyn loves to travel, read, garden and practice yoga.

Simard, Rémy

Originally a student of political science, French-Canadian artist Rémy Simard began his career as an illustrator in 1980. Working from Montreal, he creates computer-generated illustration for a large variety of clients including Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Federal Express, General Motors, Citibank, Fidelity Communications, Better Homes & Gardens, Book-of-the-Month Club, McGraw-Hill and Scott Foresman, in the U.S.; and Chrysler, Nissan, Banque Nationale de Paris, Cantel, Ville de Montreal and YTV in Canada. He has also written and illustrated several children's' books, including Monsieur Noir et Blanc, a finalist for Canada's Governor's Prize. To relax after all this work, he likes to race around on his motocyclette!

Kendall, Kyra

Funky Fashiony Illustration work just for you! Need something? drop me a line! You can see more at kyrakendall.com, or you can follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/hellokyra

Chris Peterson Illustration

Christopher Peterson's work is marked by great attention to detail, while maintaining an informal colorful and painterly feel. His creative approach is thorough and focused, sometimes reading an entire biography when starting a rock poster. Whenever possible, photographic reference must be his own. Drawing is always central to the work. Good figures and correct perspective are important while maintaining a spontaneous flair. These are the strengths that make Christopher one of the best freelance illustrators on the west coast.

Having been the president of the San Francisco Society of illustrators, he knows this business of illustration inside and out. He is a member of the Society of Illustrators, the US Air Force Art Program, ASIP, a leading organization in the fight for copyright protection and a royalties collection society for artists. He has taught illustration at both California College of Art and the Academy of Art College.

His rock posters have won major national recognition. He has created posters for Paul McCartney, Phish, The String Cheese Incident, Sting, Eric Clapton, Elvis Costello, John Hiatt, Taj Mahal and Gloria Estefan. There is a section on his work in the Art of Modern Rock (Chronicle books, 2004). His poster for John Lee Hooker won a Gold Medal in the San Fancisco Society of Illustrators, and won a place in the New York Society of Illustrators annual show and book- Illustrators 42 (Watson-Guptil, 1998). He has in fact created more than 80 posters for a variety of venues and bands. His original paintings hang in the halls of the Pentagon, as a part of the US Air Force Art program. His work has been published in the Los Angeles Society of illustrators annual book, and in Print magazine's regional design annual. In 1995, he won the bronze medal for advertising in the San Francisco society of illustrators show, in1996 he won gold, silver, and bronze medals in the San Francisco society of illustrators show.

In addition to Rock posters, Mr. Peterson does a wide variety of illustration, including storyboards, renderings, set design, murals and print.

Christopher Peterson was born in New York in 1957, and grew up in Westport, Connecticut. He received his education at the Art Institute of Boston, and then at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, and began his career as an Illustrator in New York City in 1980. His current work may be seen at www.petersonland.com.

Beaudoin, Rayne

People, Characters, Business, Love, Conceptual, Black & White, Graphic, Cartoon, Fashion, Political, Charcature, Children, Children's Books, Comic, Comic Conceptual, Painterly, Pen and Ink, Storyboards, Wacky, Whimsical, Line and Wash, Food, Comic Humorous.

Smith, Jamie

During his studies in illustration at DeMontfort University in Leicester, England, Jamie was runner-up for the coveted Macmillan Prize for his work on Flap Doodle, a charming story set on an English farm. Since his graduation in 1994, he has illustrated close to 50 children’s books, a large percentage of which have been quirky, eccentric stories. He has just completed the interior illustrations for a series of Jigsaw Jones chapter books by James Preller (Scholastic USA), which he enjoyed for the chance it gave him to develop characters over a five-book run. His interests apart from illustration include soccer, music and travel. After four consecutive years of holidays in Italy, Jamie decided to live in Tuscany for several years so that he can enjoy its food, wine, climate and people on a daily basis. Currently, he is now living back in London.

Paillot, Jim

Jim's humorous illustration style is well suited for the children's and editorial market. His artwork has appeared in magazines, books, on buses, websites and television.

Weiner, Paul

Paul is always excited when it comes time to draw and create something exciting. His illustrations range from lively whimsical pictures with bright colors and bold lines to B&W realistic images. He has created numerous assignments for magazines, education publishers, and design studios.

Cerato, Mattia

Mattia was born in Cuneo, a small town surrounded by the beautiful Italian Alps. At 2-3 years old, besides eating a lot of pasta, his father (an artist in his own right!) introduced and encouraged Mattia to draw. As a result, he spent most of his time creating funny images on every surface he could find. When Mattia grew up, he decided to study illustration at the European Institute of Design (IED) in Turin. Within eight months of graduation, he landed his first Illustration job, a book titled My First Picture Dictionary for Rass Language House, Hong Kong. Mattia resides in Cuneo and when not illustrating, he enjoys playing basketball, traveling around the world, playing his bass guitar, and skiing on the Alps.

Berkeley, Jon

Jon Berkeley graduated in Fine Art from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin in 1983. Since then he has lived and worked as a freelance illustrator in Dublin, London, Sydney, and Hong Kong. Jon has worked extensively with many top advertising agencies such as Bozell, Saatchi and Saatchi, McCann Erickson, Campbell Grey, DDB Needham, BBDO, and all those other Beeby Deebies. Previous clients include: Time Magazine, The Economist, The New Statesman, The Irish Times, The Sunday Times, The Sunday Tribune, Backbone, Time Out, The Washington Post, Radio Times, The Sydney Morning Herald, The LA Times, Wirtschaftswoche, El Tiempo, Asiaweek, CFO Asia, Credit Lyonnais, American Express, Coca Cola, Digital, Heinz, Carlsberg, Aer Lingus, Guinness, RTE, Penguin Books, Scholastic Books, and just about anyone else you can think of. Jon has won awards from the Society of Newspaper Design in the US, The 4As in Hong Kong, as well as the ICAD and the IGI in Ireland. He is the author of The Wednesday Tales, a series of children’s novels. He lives near Barcelona with his wife and five children.

Bray, Ed

Ed Bray is an illustration graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. After graduation, he began his illustration career in Minneapolis, Minnesota where he worked for a company on pen and ink and marker layouts. In addition to his commercial assignments, he focused on watercolor landscapes of the Midwest, which were exhibited at the Fuller Museum in Massachusetts. Examples of his illustrations appear in Drawing: Structure and Vision by Fritz Drury and Joanne Stryker © 2008.

Ed is skilled in presentation artwork, such as storyboards and comps, as well as finished illustrations and fine art. His work is featured in American Showcase #23 and the Directory of Illustration website www.behance.net/edBray & www.directoryofillustration.com/edbray.

Ed lives and works as a freelancer in Brockton, Massachusetts and is a member of the Arts League of Lowell. He was featured in a November edition of The Lowell Sun.

Ed is able to work quickly to meet tight deadlines and is available at any time for an assignment.

Clients include iRobot, Gary Sloan Studios Inc., J.Jill, The Fantastical, Riverside Co, Hood, Colonial Life, The Via Group LLC, Urban College of Boston, Supervalu, Wells Fargo Bank, Wilson Leather, BHF Printing, Midway YMCA, Blue Diamond Natural, Tri-District School, Fuller Art Museum, Twenty-First Century Software, Raymond Watson Funeral Home, Harvard Business School, Arthur's Paradise Diner, S&S Auto Repair, City of Holyoke MA, The Public Health Museum, Boston Brake and Tune-Up, Bread & Roses Heritage Committee

Wallace, John

John's formal training was not in illustration, but rather theology, which he received at Cambridge University. However, he always loved drawing, and one of his early jobs was as a newspaper cartoonist. But he says that he really learned to draw when he worked at the British Museum, drawing oriental objects to scale. In his children's books illustrations, he is particularly inspired by what he calls "the gooniness" of young school children. John and his family divide their time between Brighton, England and Long Island, New York.

Yoshizumi, Carol

Illustration of children and 'tweens in a simple and sweet style, with bright colors and lively patterns. As seen in books and magazines, as well as greeting cards and on the web.

O'Leary, Chris

A native Ohioan, Chris O'Leary was born in Youngstown and studied painting at the Columbus College of Art and Design. He worked briefly in Cincinnati for the Gibson Greeting Card Co. and has been freelancing ever since, creating paintings for clients such as Barnes and Noble, Atlantic Monthly, Vegetarian Times, the L.A. Times, Readers Digest, the Boston Globe, Barron's Weekly, and Ohio Magazine. He now lives in Columbus with his wife, Tricia, and daughters, Lily and Kate. Before he had kids, he played finger style guitar, was the project director for the restoration of an urban ravine, and took long bicycle trips, but now he pretty much just watches after the kids...and paints.

Joven, John

John grew up in Bogotá, Colombia and studied graphic design at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. He still lives there with his wife Ana and 2 children, Avril and Ian. He is fortunate enough to work in his home studio, where he is able to share his passion of drawing and painting with his children while working on projects. He started drawing at an early age and when he was six year old, his parents enrolled him in his first painting, sculpture, and character design class. He remembers his first attempt at illustration drawing Transformers and "Condorito" (a comic character based on anthropomorphic condor from a Chilean cartoonist). He was hooked. John continued to study art with plastic artists. When not illustrating, he enjoys spending quality time with his children, playing soccer with his friends, watching movies and traveling. He has recently visited Argentina, Cuba, and Peru.

Tejido, Jomike

Jomike Tejido is an architect and award-winning illustrator and author who has made over 50 children’s books in his hometown in Manila. Some of which are Tagu-Taguan (Hide and Seek) (1st National Children’s book awards, Best Reads 2010), The Amazing Hat, and the Foldabots Toy Books. He has also worked with Oxford University Press, McGraw-Hill, and most recently, Scholastic. Jomike enjoys art inspired by nature and is reflective in his other venture as a painter on hand-woven mats. Apart from art, Jomike enjoys playing soccer, eating seafood, cooking and traveling to new places. Jomike lives in Manila, Philippines with his wife and baby daughter, Sophia.

Zollars, Jaime

Whimsical mixed-media illustrations that tell stories.

Reis, Thomas

Tom began work as senior art director for JP Morgan Chase in New York City, shortly after receiving his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1993. Two years later, he was illustrating for nationally-known publications, including Time magazine, Rolling Stone, the Wall Street Journal, Entertainment Weekly, Sports Illustrated, Business Week, TV Guide, Barron's, Forbes and Smart Money. Corporate clients have included MGM, Dupont and Colgate. Throughout his career, Reis has also worked as a fine artist, producing work with all the refinement that one would expect from a classically trained painter. His paintings are represented in numerous permanent and private collections throughout the United States. Tom currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia. (Text provided courtesy the Museum of Arts and Sciences.)

Carter, Abby

Abby has drawn all of her life. When she was eleven, she and her grandmother had a card business: Abby drew, and her grandmother sold. In college she studied art, but also liked science and nutrition, and wished there was a way to combine it all. Several years later, after she was married and had a daughter, she and her husband founded Fresh Samantha, the juice company, which fulfilled that dream. In addition to her graphics for Fresh Samantha, she has illustrated many picture books and chapter books for children. She says that she loves to draw odd characters, and hates to draw straight lines. Abby lives with her husband and two children in Connecticut.

Henderson, Tamara

Tamara Henderson is an illustrator and designer who is originally from Florida and currently lives in Atlanta, GA. She loves to create cute and whimsical character art for children using various mediums. Her love for character design began at the age of eight when she started reading and collecting the Sunday comics each week. She worked as a graphic designer for seven years and two of those years she worked for a greeting card company full-time creating gift wrap, stationery, packaging and cards. After leaving the greeting card company she worked for she decided to venture out and start creating her own collections. Her specialties include illustrating children's books, patterns and surface designs, greeting cards and more! Blog: http://tamarahendersonstudio.blogspot.com http://tamarahendersonstudio.blogspot.com/ Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/58429341@N05/ BLOG: http://tamarahenderson.com/blog/

Mendoza Rafael

Not your regular 3D illustrator. Eye catching images for editorial and advertising assignments. Great for children and youngsters.
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