Jennifer Tapias Derch created the symbol for the 8th annual International Illustrators willing to work for Free campaign. The campaign is an opportunity for non-profits and charities to commission original illustration for free in the month of February. Tapias Derch’s illustration reflects the simple fusion between love, illustration and non-profits who work for such worthy causes each and every day.
Jennifer Tapias Derch recently illustrated a double-page spread for the January issue of Foreign Policy magazine on the concept of tribalism in politics. Author, Lawrence Rosen, asserts in his article, “A liberal defense of tribalism,” that tribalism is still in play in how we parcel out political discourse in the United States and elsewhere. Tapias Derch […]
Jennifer Tapias Derch, inspired by classic Baroque portraits, created this “Illustrated Portraits” series of dames and dukes of old revisited. Tapias Derch presents a new approach to the drama of the Baroque portrait in her fun, colorful, 21st century version of this classic genre.
Jennifer Tapias Derch’s latest work entitled, “Theory about life on other planets” is a conceptual illustration about reading and the fictional universes revealed to us through books. The imaginary world shown floating above the book depicts the power of imagining that’s inspired by books.
Jennifer Tapias Derch depicts the relationship between time and happiness in a recent addition to her portfolio. With a vibrant yellow background and a bold, graphic composition of abstracted figures on swings hanging from a clock, Tapias Derch creates an illustration about enjoying every minute of life.
Jennifer Tapias Derch was invited to participate in the Sindokma Book Fair in Valencia, Spain from October 27-29. She was an exhibitor presenting her experimental illustrated book, “Exemplary Crimes,” written by Max Aub. The self-published illustrated edition is a game with illustrations, micro stories, and more than 400 segments to enjoy. Tapias Derch’s abstracted, graphic style adapts perfectly […]
Jennifer Tapias Derch illustrated an article for Gràffica magazine’s 7th issue about creatives, artists and celebrities finding fame and success after death. Tapias Derch’s delicate treatment of the subject uses irony as she invites readers to contemplate a composition of red flowers pushing beyond the page and emerging from an abstracted skull. She concludes: creativity lives on beyond the grave.
Jennifer Tapias Derch created this lively .gif for an article in the September issue of Consumer Reports on allergies: the myths and truths. Tapias Derch uses bold graphic shapes, in motion, to show allergens in the air around us. Her playful treatment of a serious topic in her editorial illustration, attracts readers to an informative article […]
Jennifer Tapias Derch creates an illustration inspired by the influence of reading on people’s daily lives. Tapias Derch depicts a creative space accessible to those who read. Using primary colors and bold shapes, the illustrator shows how reading can take us to a universe beyond; leading us on a journey of the imagination.
Jennifer Tapias Derch’s powerful black-and-white illustrations with spot colors are featured on a series of book covers for the Washington Post’s, Lily Lines, as part of their summer reading list. The Post recently launched, The Lily, a new publication with a focus on millennial women. The Lily features original and re-packaged journalism distributed exclusively on social media and […]
The lithe figures in this editorial illustration show how a skillful interplay of color and shape on a page can convey an idea with an economy of expression. Featuring an aplomb use of negative space, simple shapes, and implied movement, this brilliant image appears in graffica magazine’s 6th issue, illustrating an article on 10 ways to keep a client. […]
Illustration inspired by a fatal attraction story
Illustration for La Directa (catalonian newspaper) # 431/05, about transgenic crops and monopolies.
“Panopticism is one of the characteristic traits of our society. It’s a type of power that is applied to individuals in the form of continuous individual supervision, in the form of control, punishment and compensation, and in the form of correction, that is, the molding and transformation of individuals in terms of certain norms.” Michael […]
About her, with her feet on the ground and her head in the skies. …
Illustration about the spring arrival in Valencia city.
“To get back one’s youth one has merely to repeat one’s follies.” Oscar Wilde
Illustration about ‘The dark side of empathy’, book written by Fritz Breithaupt
Conceptual illustration for article about copies, plagiaries, inspirations or tributes in creative contexts