Mystery unfolds on the pages of this Harlequin Worldwide Mystery mini-series illustrated by Mark Hoffmann. ‘A Washington Whodunit’ 3 part series that follows D.C. staffer, Kit Marshall through her adventures in the capital.Read More
We’re stoked illustrator Monika Melnychuk is taking riding to a new level. Monika worked with Klodike Krankfest to dare we say “crank” things up with her fun and quirky style.Read More
We don’t often associate eating disorders with babies, but it seems natural that new parents who have experienced these disorders might find themselves thinking about how to raise their children in a body positive environment.Read More
D-Day and the Battle of Normandy live on as one of the Allies most significant victories in WWII. This victory wouldn’t have been possible without the courageous contribution of many individuals.Read More
How fun is this! For his recent assignment with the travel magazine AFAR, Dan Bransfield was tasked with illustrating a long list of icons (50 to be exact) and now Dan has decided to sum them all up for us. Take a moment to enjoy Dan’s work and discover what makes the United States of America so unique, one state at a time.
Interested in commissioning Dan Bransfield for your next assignment? Contact us at i2i Art Inc.
American Illustration, Communication Arts, The Society of Illustrators, Luerzer’s Archive, 3x3 Magazine, Creative Quarterly, How Magazine and Applied Arts, these are just some of the organizations that have recognized Thom Sevalrud’s illustration over the years. While abstraction, color and pattern have always been major themes in Thom’s work it’s been the evolution of Thom’s style that has kept his illustration in the spotlight.
‘Call of the Forest’ is Thom’s latest award-winning piece. It will be featured in Creative Quarterly’s issue CQ55. Inspired by the documentary of the same title, Thom sought to pay homage to the ‘song of nature’. His art delights with its rich contrast and decoration.
Len Loffler, creative program designer at Clear Channel Airports, knew the expansive landscape of the Rio Grande Valley would be the perfect backdrop to welcome visitors at the newly renovated Harlingen, TX airport. Looking to showcase the beautiful diversity in the area, Len made another great choice in commissioning illustrator Tim Zeltner for the project.
From beautiful desert terrain to lush tropical oceanfront, Tim had plenty of inspiration for this mural, scaled to nearly 10x the size of the original artwork.Read More
Please welcome i2i Art’s latest illustrator, mixed-media artist Tara Hardy! Combining carefully selected photos and found items with textures and hand-drawn elements is how Tara tells a story.
Below is a selection of just some of her eye-catching, conceptual and emotion-filled illustrations and we invite you to take a moment to learn a little bit about Tara from our mini Q&A. We hope you enjoy getting to know her and her work as much as we have!Read More
No one could predict that on the heels of ‘The Great War’ the world would witness another horror, a flu epidemic that would claim more lives that the war itself. It’s the 100 year anniversary of this pandemic and NC State’s recent feature “When State Got Sick” chronicles how the college, “answered the call, working to heal the sick in Raleigh and across the state”. Commissioned by art director Victoria Cumbee, mixed-media illustrator Janice Kun created a series of powerful images that speak of an unimaginable time.Read More
Highly stylized, sophisticated palette, compelling and conceptual with a feminine undercurrent. Just a few of the reasons we are thrilled to announce Ellice Weaver to our group of talented illustrators. Ellice’s characters are often larger than life and she balances them with shapes, colors and perspective for a fitting combination. Whether the assignment is on intimacy in the age of the internet or “Why I lied in high school about knowing karate” for Ellice it’s the personal nature of the stories people tell that truly inspire her.
Join us in welcoming Ellice Weaver who we suspect will shine bright in 2019.Read More
Chemistry. It’s a subject most of us leave behind in high school. Not so for illustrator Dave Murray. Dave often finds inspiration for his art in science and technology, so the chance to collaborate with creative director Michal Waissmann at Mount Royal University’s Summit Magazine for the article ‘The Chemistry Between Us’ was a perfect opportunity.Read More
Along with brewing award-winning ciders Kings Highway has a tradition of using top-notch illustration for its packaging. So it was no surprise that when a label was needed for their new summer Berkshire Porch Pleaser cider they turned to renowned illustrator Phil. Excited about the collaboration, Phil set straight to work in his rustic, painterly style. With views of The Berkshires from Edith Wharton’s porch (and the cidery owner’s dog Hank) as inspiration Phil transports us to a warm, sunny afternoon in the country.Read More
For some grammar is a chore, for some it’s a joy. Editors Canada aims to spread that joy! With the help of Costa LeClerc Design and illustrator Angelica Yiacoupis, Editors Canada new 16-month calendar is ready for use. Each month a helpful tip is punctuated by one of Angelica’s light-hearted, humorous illustrations (pun intended - we couldn’t resist). Bold colors and high contrast make Angelica’s images come to life and veritably jump off the page.Read More
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