In a world of phone apps and text messages, where little is ever put down on paper, Montreal-based company Trois Fois Par Jour brings back the traditional of hand-written notes in the most beautiful way. With the help of talented illustrator Clare Owen this beautiful 2019 Agenda and recipe book invites you to sit, look and reflect on the days ahead.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
Thom Sevalrud had the pleasure of illustrating yet another cover for The Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association this past month. Art director Lotte Gronneberg chose the prefect topic for Thom's style.
Thom's piece depicts how technology will change the role of patient care in the years to come. As Thom often does, he gives us the sense of the enormity of these decisions and how very personal they can be.
'Patient Technology' by Thom Sevalrud
Cover of The Journal of Norwegian Medical Association
See more conceptual illustration by Thom Sevalrud. Thom Sevalrud is represented by i2i Art Inc.
With ever-changing rules and regulations, remodeling you home or office is no picnic. Remodeling Magazine tackled this topic in the feature article "Watch Your Step" for their March 2015 issue.
The design team at Hanley Wood knew a conceptual solution would be best to illustrate the fine line contractors walk between safety and regulations. Illustrator Eric Chow worked closely with them to come up with this clever tightrope analogy.
Eric chose to put a menacing face to the dangers of lead paint removal for the inside story.
Looking for a new way to tell your next story? Visit Eric Chow's complete portfolio at i2i Art.
The Wine & Spirits 26th Annual Restaurant Poll is out this month with their famed list of the top 50 wines Americans love most. This year's cover showcases the elite bunch of sommeliers that help make these decisions. The sophisticated playfulness of Monika Melnychuk's illustration style couldn't have been a better choice to capture the group's likeness.
Armed with all the pics art director Michael Rush could get his hands on, Monika meticulously drew each somm's portrait, happily revealing a little (or a lot) of each personality and style.
Clare Owen has now created three gorgeous covers with art director Sean Kapitain at Harlequin. The front cover for Hunting Sweetie Rose and Honestly Dearest, You're Dead are featured below. Stay tuned to see the third in the series--to be released in March 2015. Clare's illustrations are so inviting but be careful, with these mystery covers, the devil is in the details.
I just love the details like the wind blowing the curtain and the steam rising on the coffee. They seem to bring the story to life.
For much more delightful Clare Owen illustration visit her portfolio here.
Chiropractor, Dr. Richard Robinson, approached i2i art to have Ian Phillips illustrate a cover for his new book addressing a phenomenon that he'd observed and treated for years. Apparently the vast majority of us have a little wiggle when we walk that actually translates into back problems over time. In his helpful guide he offers suggestions to deal with the wiggle and thus the back. The question that begs asking is, how many of us are willing to let go of our little swagger? Ian ended up wearing both his designer and illustrator hats as he approached this assignment. The striking illustration that emerged from his concept and evocative type treatment work beautifully to communicate what the good doctor had in mind. Don't you just love the illustrative direction this project took Ian in? There's a bit more realism and retro and together it's fabulous!
Ian writes in his blog: "This was a fun project, I think I probably drew about fifty pairs of shoes before I got the right look for this! Note the continued stripe pattern in the fabric folds at the knee, the pockets, and repeated on the bottom of the shoe and on her t-shirt. Adds a little playfulness."
To see more of Ian Phillip's illustrations visit his portfolio.
Working with talented art director Roberta Morris, Margaret Lee created these fun book covers for the Being A Writer Program. With a combination of actual student writing and hand created collage elements Margaret brings her clean and graphic layered treatment to these age-appropriate illustrations. To see more of Margaret's inspiring collage style art visit here.
Thom Sevalrud created this powerful image for the cover of the Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association. This is Thom's fourth cover for the JNMA, working with art director Emma Dalby, who seems to match him perfectly with topics that speak to his visual vocabulary. Conceptually, Thom addresses many aspects of whole genome sequencing, which is becoming more and more accessible to us all.
Tim Zeltner illustrated Little Boo, a wonderful new Halloween picture book for Henry Holt, Books for Young Readers. Shh though, this is just a sneak peek...You're going to have to wait until August 2014 when the book is released to learn all about the journey of Little Boo from tiny pumpkin seed to his first Halloween night!
Alanna Cavanagh's trademark cropped figures are popping up everywhere! Recently Alanna illustrated the cover of Awake and Dreaming. The cover image sends out a gentle yet provocative invitation to join Theo (the main character) on her journey. This is one of 4 new editions to become part of Penquin Canada's Puffin Classics Series, where renowned Canadian illustrators breath new life into classic titles. Art director Lisa Jager did a great job unifying all the covers which you can see on the CBC Books website, where a new edition is being rolled out each day. Alanna's cover debuted earlier this week. You can read more about the interview with her here.