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Stephanie Wunderlich / Double Spread for Akademische Mitteilungen

The Magazine “Akademische Mitteilungen” der Academy of Arts Stuttgart asked me to illustrate a double page on the topic of “Heimat” (The german word that you can’t really translate – it is close to “home”). I decided to show the loss of your home through war.

Kotynski / Robb Report – Christmas Issue Cover

Kotynski created  a cover illustration for the Christmas issue of Robb Report. This luxury-lifestyle magazine featured possible gifts like cigars, watches, automobiles , jets or boats. Kotynski was also chosen for the contributor’s page of this issue. AD: Robb Rice

Mai Ly Degnan / Howdy Partner Pug

Cowboy pug illustration for a greeting card.

Roberto Cigna Roberto Cigna / “Turning up the Heat on ICE”

Last one for Northeastern Law magazine, Winter 2019 issue. Mark Gabrenya AD. “Turning up the Heat on ICE” The federal government created ICE two years after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, to carry out immigration enforcement and assist with national security. Critics assert the agency has conflated that dual mission and, under President […]

Andy Potts / Barren Island

Andy Potts created a feature and spot illustration for a Hadassah Magazine extract from the 2018 Ribalow Prize winning novel ‘Barren Island’ by Carol Zoref. It’s about an immigrant Jewish family growing up on Barren Shoal, a factory island in New York’s Jamaica Bay, in the earlier half of the 20th century where the primary […]

Craigio Hopson / The man who drank the moon

Personal piece about embracing the twilight hours

Mai Ly Degnan / Crims 2 for Harper Collins

Book cover illustration for Crims 2: “Down With the Crims,” by Kate Davies for Harper collins. This is the second book in a series about the Crims family. The Crims are a wacky, but loveable family of criminals that constantly find themselves crazy and unfortunate situations.

Agathe Bray-Bourret / M’entends-tu credits

https://zonevideo.telequebec.tv/media/42529/les-filles-du-bloc/m-entends-tu Agathe BB animated the credits for a new tv show: “M’entends-tu”. Sometimes funny, sometimes touching, the show is about 3 young women from a disadvantaged neighborhood, trying to navigate through their life, causing the least damage possible.

Guille Manchado Illustration for Osso calendar

Guille arose in a competition to be part of the bad lucks Osso calendar and has been chosen. Osso Magazine collects the latest art, design, graphics, illustration, video and photography, giving visibility to a wide varity of artists throught his website. Guille’s illustration appears in February accompanied by the quote: “It rains even when it […]

Tony Healey / Financial Times 2018

Composite image of the faces drawn in 2018 for FTfm (a separate section of the Financial Times newspaper published every Monday for the global fund management industry). A portrait was created each week for the Monday profile/interview page.

CraigIO Hopson / Cry me a river *personal piece*

New illustration for a brand new portfolio of designs

Joe Magee / The Custom House

The Custom House is an artwork by Joe Magee. It was commissioned by Cambridge-based (UK) arts organisation Collusion to form part of their Reveal project – a series of artworks and performances in Kings Lynn (England). The large scale projection onto the 17th Century harbourside building sees fragmented images randomly altering. Visitors can interact using […]

Kotynski / Newsweek PL – New Year’s Issue Cover

A cover illustration for New Year’s double edition of Newsweek PL magazine. It focuses on the Sigismund’s Column located in Castle Square – one of the most famous and representative monuments in Warsaw – polish capital. Kotynski imagined Sigismund returning after New year’s ball / partying somewhere in the streets. He doesn’t know how he […]

We’re thrilled to welcome Korea illustrator, JiYeun Kang to our gang.

JiYeun.K is a Korean illustrator based in Seoul. She enjoys a series of processes of reading text, imagining scenes regarding it, and capturing them into her work. Her favorite moment is very early morning when she stays alone and concentrate fully on reading and drawings.

Andy Potts / AOI Poster Prize For Illustration 2019

Andy Potts has been accepted into this year’s AOI Poster Prize for Illustration exhibition at the London Transport Museum opening on 8th February. The theme is ‘London Stories’ and I decided to go with one of my own personal experiences. The illustration, entitled 11/10/08, is a celebration of my wife and I’s wedding day on […]

Craigio Hopson / Book cover design homage

Personal piece inspired by the imaginative writer Haruki Murakami I’d love to create a book jacket design in 2019. Fingers crossed!

Roberto Cigna Roberto Cigna / Forbidden Fruit

Love is not a crime. Actually a total of 75 nations still have laws against homosexuality, including 45 in which sexual relationships between women are outlawed. There are eight countries in which homosexuality can result in a death penalty, and dozens more in which homosexual acts can result in a prison sentence, according to an […]

Gary Neill / The Pop-Tart whisperer for ExpMag

I was commissioned to illustrate and animate an article about a war correspondent who picks up a surprising skill whilst in Afghanistan

Jacob Myrick / How the “New Academy” Is Changing the Oscar Race – The Hollywood Reporter

Jacob Myrick was commissioned by The Hollywood Reporter to illustrate an article on the changing demographics of The Academy and how they affect the dynamics of the decision process. The illustration depicts two dueling Oscars.

Hanna Melin / Personal Work

Hanna Melin created a series of images called “Russian Billionaire Conference 1989”

Anna Goodson on this year’s jury for the ADC 98th Annual Awards

  Anna Goodson will be one of three Canadians on this year’s  esteemed international jury for the  ADC 98th Annual Awards.  This is the 6th consecutive year that The One Club For Creativity will be holding this very exclusive international awards. The jury this year will include more than 120 creatives for 12 disciplines from 25 different countries.  The […]

Stephanie Wunderlich / Self initiated papercuts: Couples

Lately I made some new papercuts mostly of couples. Here are some samples.

Phil Wheeler / Royal Salute – Masquerade Ball

Phil Wheeler was commissioned to work on illustrations for the packaging for a festive pack for the Chivas Brothers’ Royal Salute Whiskey. Phil, working with the amazing art direction of Jake Noakes, produced concept images and the final artwork that wraps around the whole box. The theme was The Royal Masquerade Ball held in Ranelagh […]

Martin Tognola / Purposes for 2019

Illustrations for an article about the purposes we have before the start of the new year. At the opening I made a street as if it were a calendar, and a young woman jumping between dates and proposed objectives. The second illustration represents the last year as squares of a table game. And for the […]

Jennifer Tapias Derch / Cover illustration for Vancouver Magazine The wine issue

Jennifer Tapias Derch illustrates the Jan/Feb cover of Vancouver Magazine, art director Cathy Mullaly. An issue dedicated to wine Lovers with essential information about this topic. Her illustration shows a warm and organic gesture of two glasses inviting to enjoy this special issue.


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