James Minchall’s monthly illustrations for BBC Science Focus magazine has us taking a deeper look. Throughout this ongoing series James explores the world of science and technology through a creative lens, tackling tough and interesting topics alike.Read More
In this age of online shopping, selling goods online has become a way of life for many. That’s why it was so interesting to see The Atlantic’s story of the Amazon seller, told through the conceptual illustrations of Eric Chow. Eric’s creativity never disappoints and this series is no exception.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
Our group of amazingly talented artists here at i2i Art Inc. has grown once more! Join us in welcoming illustrator (and animator!) Dan Bransfield. Dan’s work caught our attention during a chance meeting at the ICON conference this past summer. Dan had recently completed a book he illustrated (and authored!) for Ten Speed Press titled “Pizzapedia: An Illustrated Guide to Everyone’s Favorite Food”.Read More
Hope. Joy. These are the emotions that art directors Kim Baker and Kathryn Finney asked illustrator Betsy Everitt to communicate in recent issues of Live Happy magazine. Forever whimsical, Betsy painted in her signature playful style. The bright and punchy color palette gets the viewers’ attention.Read More
Always a fun choice, illustrator Monika Melnychuk brought her humor and lightheartedness to the recent Hampton's Cottages and Gardens double page spread 'Extra! Extra!'. Working with design director Jennifer Cole Monika created 11 images to highlight what people are looking for in the perfect property and a few illustrations of what they are NOT looking for.Read More
New year new you, right? No one needs that kind of pressure! Illustrator Clare Owen puts pictures to the words that might motivate you to improve your organizational tendencies this year (without aiming for perfection).Read More
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.
Not an easy task, illustrating a story about love, loss, and fruit salad. The author and copy director for Cooking Light, Susan Roberts McWilliams, "wanted the article to have a lot of hope and thankfulness to it." Mark Hoffmann's illustration was the perfect compliment to this touching story about how we respond with food when someone loses a loved one.
Delight in the details and composition of these richly painted down-home pieces. Feature art directed by Sheri Wilson and 2015 winner of the SPD merit award for Single/Spread Illustration in the Lifestyle, Travel/Food/Shelter category.
We are in "a new universe of information overload" and our education needs to reflect that. The College of William & Mary was excited to share their strategy for addressing this new age of information and enlisted the help of illustrator Dave Murray to do so.
Featured in the W&M Alumni Magazine, Dave captures the rich potential of a liberal arts degree from this prestigious school. "The liberal arts is, in fact, going to be necessary to navigate the coming world." Dave's colorful palette and mosaic of elements brings out the wonder and complexity William and Mary is preparing it's students for.
Security for cyber coverage, not an easy subject to illustrate and Tim Schafer, art director at National Underwriter Property & Casualty magazine, didn't want any of the typical metaphors. So conceptual illustrator Carl Wiens created this clever image. What could be a better metaphor for the diligence needed to protect oneself from the creep of cyber threats then the ever-present task of mowing your lawn. With bright color and sophisticated shapes the article demands that the reader take notice and quickly the connection is made - you can't let either lapse.
Additional spot illustrations by Carl Wiens use the same bright palette and intriguing imagery to highlight some key tips.
Let Carl Wiens tackle your next assignment. See more of Carl's work.
Illustrator Katy Dockrill is often inspired by the color, texture and lines found in her garden, so the "Tiny Gardens" article in Oregon Home magazine was a great opportunity to emulate nature's flora. Art directed by Snow Blackwood, Katy imagined four different tiny garden spaces and with a lot of attention to detail and her gorgeous hand lettering Katy educates us on the right tiny plants to fit each space.
Want to see more? Visit Katy Dockrill's portfolio.
"To Do or Not To Do" was the inspiration for this cover illustration by Carl Wiens for Global Brief magazine, art directed by Louis Fishauf of Fishauf Design. Carl's illustration perfectly captures the complexity and confusion in the discussion of action vs. inaction when it comes to international crises.
In the same issue Carl was asked to create another powerful piece for the article, "Man and His Economic-Financial Crises." The lowly repairman about to ascend into this massive machine again punctuates the enormity of the issue outlined.
In both pieces, intricate symbolism in the machinery and compasses, a signature of Carl's work, form bold, undeniable visual statements and tell the story in an instant.
See more of Carl Wiens' conceptual illustration. Represented by i2i Art Inc.
Greg Stevenson recently showcased his vector-based line drawing in a feature for Avenue Magazine, art directed by Venessa Brewer. The article on Calgary's growing communities gave Greg the opportunity to capture family fun along with city and streetscapes. Greg's continuous line art, intermingled with photography captures the expression and movement of Calgary perfectly.
"It was a pleasure working again with Annelise Dekker, Art Director for Reader's Digest. As always, she provided clear and detailed direction, and her keen sense for pulling out the perfect combination of my mixed media skills really helped me stretch in this particular project.
For these illustrations, I was asked to take a simple approach, but with a boost in color, and a lighter tone. It was a bit challenging at first to work this way– blending simple line drawings with more fleshed-out painted elements, thrown into colorful planes– as it was counter-intuitive to my usual complex digital layering and subtle palette. In the end, this project really opened my eyes to a new way of adding clean lines, bold colors and a refreshing sense of minimalism to my work."
The article "An Uncomplicated Love", written by Elizabeth Abbott tells the story of our bond with dogs.
Janice Kun has been busy creating. Check out Janice's updated portfolio.
In this summer’s issue TroDent magazine tells the stories of some of their military alumni in the featured “The Military Dentists.” Art director John Hobbs wanted a cover illustration that really captured these special individuals sense of duty and pride. Gary Alphonso used a very classic retro style of illustration to create a powerful cover that evokes our patriotism and reverence for the individuals that serve in our armed forces.