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 […]
Laura Barrett’s edition of The Little Mermaid published by Orchard Books is scheduled for release in exactly one month (August 22, 2019). She beautifully captures the enchanting words of Geraldine McCaughrean in her iconic silhouette style. See more of Laura’s work here.
Dàlia Adillon spent a day painting a mural titled, Transitions, in the Barcelona shopping center, Illa Diagonal. She created this piece for the design festival Disseño En Diagonal that takes place in the framework of the Barcelona Design Week. Transitions represents two worlds: the world in which we are currently (located in the lower part […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
The design team at LPK selected wood cut illustrator, Chris Wormell, as the perfect fit for the packaging of the new line of premium coffees from Folgers, 1850. The woodcut style reinforces life in the 1850’s, “when bold was heading west.” At a time when the gold rush was synonymous with drive and spirit, his illustrations are […]
Greatness happens when art and life collide. We asked 13 of our Mendola artists to contribute to our 2018 calendar and answer our questions about their inspirations, secrets, and studio habits. We think it’s cool that Julia Green, the photo-realistic illustrator, keeps birds in the studio. Luke Lucas has watched the hypnotic nature of the […]
Clients: PBS & Film Concept | Description: Jeff Wack is awarded a Gold Medal in Entertainment/Visual Development from the Society of Illustrators for his cover and all collateral promotional material for The Great War on PBS. Wack is also awarded a Bronze Medal in Entertainment/Visual Development for his film concept Boozetown poster for writer Nicholas Johnson. […]
Rob Ball was commissioned by HBO to create a poster for every episode of Game of Thrones. This is an amazing body of work for an incredible series. His work on the seventh season wrapped up this summer with seven “Beautiful Death” images to add to the collection. See for yourself below. As an extra […]
For this year’s Dreamforce event in San Francisco, CA, Michael Crampton and Joseph Taylor were commissioned to create illustrations reminiscent of WPA National Park posters from the 40s. Dreamforce is a massive annual conference by the software company, Salesforce, with the goal of inspiring attendees in their sales and marketing efforts. Michael and Joe’s natural […]
Client: MARK IS | Description: The MARK IS shopping mall in Minato Mirai, Yokohama, Japan, commissioned Debbie to illustrate a birthday cake for their 4th anniversary! The cake is decorated with people who shop there as well as landmarks in Yokohama. Check out Debbie’s portfolio here
Our NYC-based illustrator and designer, Kirsten Ulve, was asked to create a large-scale illustration for Tapad Inc/Telenor Group, the global marketing technology company. Tapad needed a high-impact image to support their breakthrough technology and ability to connect brands with millions of unique consumers across billions of devices. Utilizing her talent for drawing fun, whimsical and slightly-off […]
After two years of planning, Albany based artist Dahl Taylor was finally able to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Albany Convention Center, where he created wonderful murals that give a tour of the history of Albany and all of the things it has to offer. The project included five themed murals in the […]