Isabelle Cardinal illustrated on an education subject: ‘Do classroom “trigger warnings” harm or help?’ Client: The Chronicle of Higher Education.
A digital collage about the famous FrankenTrump saga. This illustration was done as a personal project and not yet published, so it is available for editorial rights purchasing..
Isabelle Cardinal illustrated a full page illustration for Women’s Running magazine about the different running injuries, how to prevent them and understand more about what they are.
Isabelle Cardinal illustrated for Women’s Running magazine, a story about a marathon runner’s journey to get back on her feet. A very interesting and humorous story describing miles after miles how she felt throughout her marathon.
Isabelle Cardinal illustrates the common running myths… is it true that running is terrible for your joints? Do you have to stretch before every workout? Etc.
Isabelle Cardinal illustrated an article for Billboard Magazine on Garth Brooks & the music industry titled: ‘Does Garth Brooks Still Have Country Superstar Clout?’
Isabelle Cardinal created this illustration for the Austin Monthly, about the fact that nothing can replace “Good ol’ vinyl”.
Isabelle Cardinal illustrated “The art of handling difficult personality types”: L’art de gérer les gens difficiles, for Coup de Pouce Magazine, March issue.
Isabelle Cardinal illustrated an article for Coup de Pouce magazine on the “sandwich generation”.
Isabelle Cardinal illustrate a full page and two small spot illustrations for Up! Magazine, for the story: “Rack up WestJet Dollars”/ Accumulez les dollars WestJet.
Isabelle Cardinal illustrated a full page illustration for Coup de Pouce magazine on alternative ways to cure 6 current illnesses. Original title: “Des approches alternatives à 6 maux courants” .
Isabelle Cardinal illustrates a new article for Avenue Magazine on the debate over closing aging schools in the city of Edmonton.
Isabelle Cardinal illustrated for the June issue of Minnesota Monthly a story titled: “Slices of Wonder”, about the middle of the sandwich generation, on “How things between parents and their offspring are, were, and stand to be.”
Isabelle Cardinal illustrates in the May issue of Homemakers Magazine on the subject of internet indiscretions. The story talks about how we tend to forget that all the information we share online (in our blog, on FB or Twitter) can stay there for a long time. How much information do we really want to share?
Isabelle Cardinal illustrated for Wine Access magazine; a special issue for The 2011 Hot List: What you need to know about global wine scene.