Jude Buffum created a series of images of wrestler Braun Strowman flipping a truck so hard it flies up into space before crashing to the ground in a fiery explosion. This was executed for WWE’s Instagram stories and “tap to advance” feature, creating an interactive user experience where wrestling fans could tap rapidly to control […]
Many of our illustrators seamlessly transition from still images to animation, bringing their characters to life. We cannot get enough of the endlessly creative approaches to story telling our artists come up with. Whether it is through minimalist vector images or hyper realistic CGI renderings, they push their unique styles even further to create clever […]
Ben the Illustrator worked alongside his wife and her business partner to create artwork for their coffee roastery Girls Who Grind. This all-female coffee brand works to promote women across the coffee industry from farmers to baristas. Ben the Illustrator created a series of illustrations used for packaging, promotional material, and social media. See more […]
Ryan Olbrysh created a feature illustration of Quentin Tarantino for Empire Magazine’s July 2019 issue. He used 33 iconic Tarantino-related photos, including the Bride from Kill Bill, Jules and Vincent from Pulp Fiction, and Mr. Blonde, from Reservoir Dogs, holding the severed ear. See more of Ryan’s work here.
BlindSALIDA created a series of illustrations for Harvard Business Review’s article, “The One Thing You Need to Know About Managing Functions: They Require Their Own Strategies.” He illustrates the importance of formulating a clear strategy for line businesses with his clean, organized graphics. See more of BlindSALIDA’s work here.
Ben The Illustrator created an extensive series of 70 illustrations for an innovative sleep clinic in London called The Sleep School. The illustrations cover a wide range of topics around sleeping and health for their blog and social media. He brilliantly captures their positive approach to health, looking beyond quick fixes with medication and instead […]
Laura Barrett illustrated the cover and interior illustrations for Return to Wonderland, a new collection of stories inspired by Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland published by Macmillan. She created this brilliant cover under the art direction of Tracey Ridgewell and Rachel Vale. The anthology features 11 fantastic children’s authors; Peter Bunzl, Pamela Butchart, Maz Evans, Swapna […]
Rachael Saunders illustrated the picture book, Pop-Up Palace Pets, published by Walker Books in collaboration with the Royal Historical Palaces. This fun pop-up celebration of royal animals through the ages is full of facts, flaps and surprising stories. Dogs, cats, monkeys and rats – there’s something for everyone in this fascinating pop-up history of royal […]
Debbie Powell illustrated a lovely line of California themed sweet treats for Caviar and Ketchup to sell at Duty Free Shops. Staying true to her love of natural forms and California’s landscape, Debbie Powell captured the Golden State’s dreamy energy in her Los Angeles and San Francisco packaging. See more of her work here.
Rachael Saunders illustrated, ‘Go Wild at the Seaside’, published by Nosy Crow in collaboration with the National Trust. This is the third in the series of adventure handbooks for little ones who love the outdoors. With fun games to play, interesting information about protecting the coastline, and a useful chapter on what to do in […]
Letterer, Luke Lucas helped celebrate Mickey Mouse’s 90th birthday, Curator Eddie Zammit and Radio Velvet created Mickey Mouse Arthouse. An exhibition featuring the works of 90 artists from around the globe. The exhibition ran from 17/11/18 – 28/2/19 in Melbourne, Australia. See more work by Luke here.
Happy #InternationalWomensDay! To celebrate today, we wanted to showcase our UK designer and illustrator, Kate Forrester, who designed this hand-lettered illustration for Google’s “Google Doodle” series “Women Empowering Women”. See more work by Kate here. Q: What does International Women’s Day mean to you personally? A: “It is a chance to celebrate the progress we have […]
Family game night just got even better thanks to illustrator Jim Talbot. Jim collaborated with Maya Games, to create the package art for “Monkey Trix”. Jim is a true savant when it comes to game and toy packaging. Jim built the cover from the ground up with multiple sketch and color comp options. Jim was […]
Illustrator James Boast has illustrated for Wall Street Journal for the story, “When a Seller Suffers Regret.” In which it discusses working with a client to a point of desperate measures to stop a sale. The pictures say it all. See more work by James here.
Modern watercolor illustrator, Annick Poirier was commissioned by Sterling Brands to illustrate a series of O’Organics Coffee packaging art. The artistic direction was to depict the natural environment of each coffee’s country: native plants, flowers, and a selected animal. Annick really enjoyed illustrating all that fauna and flora. Plus, the beautifully sober artistic direction emphasized her images […]
Vector illustrator, Ben the Illustrator worked with Marquette College of Engineering on their annual magazine, illustrating a feature article looking at the opportunities for taking students into real-world engineering situations to aid their studying. See more work by Ben here.
Tom Froese was approached by Steven Cox, creative director at Rize Alliance (a leading developer of residential and commercial properties) to create a series of posters featuring their top projects. Each image highlights unique architectural qualities, a limited palette of colors derived from the company’s brand identity, and a balance of structure and freedom. Tom kept the […]
Kirsten Ulve’s illustration and design work has appeared in virtually every medium. Her work has graced the pages of magazines like Glamour Germany, Advertising Age and Group M publications, among others. Kirsten’s characters are perfect for toys and games. The work has appeared on Broadway marquees and the sides of buses. She is also an […]
Steve Simpson has worked with his longtime client, Mic’s Chilli for over 8 years back when they started their original hot sauce range. Both the sauces and the artwork have won many awards during that time. We’re excited to show the latest range of DAMN HOT SAUCES as well as a peek of Steve’s art […]
The Mendola Artists 2019 Calendar Preview is here! Thirteen Mendola artists contributed fantastic images that in some way relate to the month of the year, and we love the cool, relaxed cover image by Tom Froese. All of the artists answered questions about their inspirations, secrets, and the last thing they watched on Netflix. We […]
Echo Chernik was approached earlier this year by Mina Group, to create a logo design for an upcoming business. Trailblazer Tavern. The Trailblazer Tavern is Chef Michael Mina’s exciting new restaurant venture, bringing Hawaiian comfort food to downtown San Francisco. The client specifically asked for a watercolor style of palm leaves for a Hawaiian themed restaurant, […]
Just in time for the holidays! James Boast has illustrated these festive creations for the high-end fashion blog, Bombinate ‘s gift shopping section of their website. Don’t these illustrations make you wish you were home for Christmas? See more illustrations by James here and let us know if he can help you with your next creative […]
Last year, Rachael Saunders was asked by the British luxury fashion brand, Radley London to create a gorgeous design for the ‘Deck the Tree’ bag for their holiday season. This year, they asked to collaborate with her again for their spring and winter season. The winter design was inspired by the joyful feeling that snow can bring […]
Illustrator, Lucy Rose was commisioned by long-time client, Deloitte Insights to create two illustrations for articles with a primary focus on health topics in the industry. See more of Lucy’s illustration work here. Illustration #1: “Life Insurance Customers” This illustration is for an article focusing on new ways the life insurance industry need to capture customers, working the insurance plans into […]
Gobble! Gobble! Illustrator, Tom Froese was commisioned by Oath to create a logo for their client, Yahoo! for this year’s Thanksgiving. On Thanksgiving Day, viewers that went onto the Yahoo website on Thanksgiving day were greeted by Froese’s pleasant turkey creation. Cute guy isn’t he? See more of Tom’s work here!
Rocco Baviera was approached by our long-time client, Publix Supermarkets to design and illustrate artwork for their upcoming Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival. Illustrations were used for the festival for signage and website use. See more of Rocco’s work here
Illustrator Dawn Cooper drew these beautiful bugs for Discover Magazine’s December issue, which includes an excerpt from Rob Dunn’s new book “Never Home Alone.” Dawn makes the normally not so aesthetically pleasing insect look friendly and appealing. Enjoy the rest of Dawn’s beautiful art here.
Jeff has had a long successful career as a photorealistic illustrator working on major advertising, promotional, and packaging projects. Clients as diverse as Godiva chocolates and Broadway show productions have asked Jeff to bring their visions to life. Jeff’s recent projects are a virtual Greatest Hits album featuring music assignments for Steve Perry and Stone […]
Inspired by other daily drawing challenges on Instagram, such as “Inktober”, Jude Buffum created the #Blocktober2018 challenge to motivate other pixel-style illustrators to draw a different pixelated monster each day for the month of October. Drawing on his own experiences with yoga and meditation, Jude created the Mindful Monsters series, which paired each monster with an appropriate […]
Jude was approached by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt to create 8-bit pixel style illustrations for lessons in Adulting from the Oregon Trail. The book is a snarky, faux-advice book inspired by the classic computer game, The Oregon Trail. Jude had the pleasure of collaborating with author Lauren Reeves on illustrating the fifty life lessons throughout the […]
Client: Mayo Clinic | Description: Illustration promoting the Mayo Clinic’s Individualizing Medicine Conference 2018: Advancing Care through Genomics. The event, geared towards medical professionals and researchers, focuses on precision medicine using the patient’s own DNA. View Rocco’s portfolio here
As our lawns, farmer’s markets, and household plants provide us with the color we’ve waited for, we turn to see how our illustrators are capturing the season. We’re presenting packaging illustration, book covers, and character design. From natural and enchanting to bright and dazzling, each of these artists have mastered their style for the season. Poked […]