Luke Lucas created the electrifying illustration, “Powered Up” for the Spring 2019 issue for the University of Alberta’s alumni magazine, New Trail. Luke’s glowing letters reflect the issue’s examination of energy sources for the future. See more of Luke’s work 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.
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 […]
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 […]