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.
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.
Photo Illustration genius, Ryan Olbrysh was hired to create a portrait series of WWE Superstar wrestlers for the WWE Astrology feature. The feature incorporates illustrative elements based on the Zodiac sign of the wrestlers along with working in watercolor backgrounds. The idea is to make all illustrations look cohesive but still distinguished enough from each other […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
Hugh Syme was approached by the New Trail Magazine from the University of Alberta to depict a silent topic; dementia. Dementia isn’t discussed often enough but should be since it affects 225,000 people every year. Hugh’s illustrations capture the reality of living with dementia through dim lighting which is consistent through out the dramatic series. The images […]
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
We’ve curated a fantastic selection of illustrations showcasing some of the group’s best work from 2016. We hope it serves as inspiration for the great possibilities of 2017. Illustration is a wonderful, evolving medium and illustrators have found increasingly relevant ways to utilize their talents. The first section focuses on self-initiated work and leads off […]
A boutique agency located in London, The Artworks represents a select group of talented illustrators from the UK and Europe. Since 2009, Mendola has been the group’s exclusive representative in North America, and it’s been a smashing success! The talent is an excellent complement to Mendola Art with many of the artists working primarily or […]
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 […]