We think you will agree, Carl Wiens’ illustration amazes in his recent book collaboration, Wild Buildings and Bridges authored by Etta Kaner and published by Kids Can Press. As the name suggests, this reference book dives deep into how architecture is inspired by the wild wonders in nature and with over 40 stunningly detailed illustrations by Carl, the connections are clear. Some of the most recognizable architectural wonders in the world are made even more interesting by they’re inspiration, from lotus flowers to bird’s nest, to honeycombs and waterfalls.Read More
Conceptual illustrator Thom Sevalrud excels at bringing the abstract into focus. The more abstract the idea the better; deconstructing large, complex theories into beautifully succinct visuals is his speciality.Read More
A BIG congratulations to illustrator Eric Chow for being featured in Communication Arts Illustration Annual 2018! Eric’s work for The Infinite Bad, a role-playing horror comedy podcast created by Definitely Human Productions promotes the series online and through social media.Read More
Illustrator Carl Wiens has been quietly working away on a series of covers for the Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics Journal and the time has come to show off his work!Read More
The digital world is continuing to change how we work, live our lives and more than ever how we learn. And that can be really good! Illustrator Dave Murray was recently commissioned by art director John Hobbs at inMotion Magazine to conceptually represent the reality of online learning in the Physical Therapy Division of USC.Read More
Our genetic blueprint is still a very mysterious concept. For the article "Molecular You" in the most recent issue of USC Dornsife magazine, Janice Kun captures that mystery and intrigue in a series of beautifully atmospheric illustrations. Using a combination of line drawing, watercolor and photography Janice's imagery provides layers of subtle, yet powerful, detail. With incredible art direction by Daniel Knapp we are given the chance to ponder the impact of our DNA through Janice's work.
The Stanford Social Innovation Review tackles some of the more interesting questions asked in the social sector today and thoughtful, conceptual illustration plays an important role in creating a visual understanding of these topics. And so art director David Herbick chose illustrator Thom Sevalrud for the Review's latest cover; a story on how nonprofits and social businesses can use data for action and for impact. Thom's elegant use of symbolism, strong lines and composition truly captures the transforming nature of this article.
See more of Thom Sevalrud's conceptual illustration. Represented by i2i Art Inc.
For the Maryland and Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative Association, the theme is change and The Design Office of Ann Marie Ternullo called on Thom Sevalrud to help illustrate this conversation.
For the cooperative's 2015 annual report Thom's clean lines and stylized approach provided a future-forward look at the client's complex industry. The fresh green color palette invites the reader and the illustration is cleverly carried throughout. The report is also printed (what a treat!) in an impressive 10"x13" format creating a stunning impact.
We have a special place in our hearts for great design. The collaboration between Ann Marie Ternullo and Thom Sevalrud created a truly special artifact.