Amazing Animation

Amazing Animation

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 […]

Ryan Olbrysh | Empire Magazine

Ryan Olbrysh | Empire Magazine

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.

Kirsten Ulve | The Village Voice

Kirsten Ulve | The Village Voice

Client: The Village Voice | Description: Kirsten illustrated this very cute GIF of Samantha Bee for a recent issue of the paper Check out Kirsten’s portfolio here

March Madness Begins

March Madness Begins

Finally, it’s time for March Madness! It seems that everyone in America is in some kind of pool having filled out at least one “bracket.” But do we really know who’s filling out these brackets? Rob Ball was commissioned by Cavalry to create a series of illustrations for Coors Light #BracketBreakers. The Twitter campaign showcases […]

Artists Choice Awards

Artists Choice Awards

In the spirit of awards season, we’ve decided to create our own: The Artists Choice Awards. The idea is simple: it’s the image that each artist believes is their best of 2014. No micromanaging from the agent peanut gallery. It’s not always readily apparent why some images were selected, but we’re sure the artists have […]

Steve Chorney: Inherent Vice

Steve Chorney: Inherent Vice

If you’ve been anywhere close to a television over the past couple of weeks, you have seen ads for the latest Paul Thomas Anderson movie: “Inherent Vice,” which opened this past Friday. Steve Chorney is responsible for most of the movie’s promotional material including character banners and web images, the re-issued book cover art, and a […]