These images are a sample of the art created by Janice Kun that comprised the 'Card of Good Intentions' for HP. With audio design by Randy Knott, Janice's award winning art was animated to count the days of Good Intentions for HP throughout the month of December. An ode to the holiday season! To see more of Janice's ethereal art take a peek at her updated portfolio here.
Thom Sevalrud illustrated two of the 22 covers (judged as a series), and awarded the best art overall in the prestigious Norwegian Prize (Fagpresseprisen). The Journal's art director, Emma Dalby recently got in touch with Thom to share feedback from the judges: "...communicative and well thought out illustrations on every cover - simply beautiful!". We agree, Thom's images communicate difficult subject matter in a highly creative and yet academic manner. You be the judge. Congratulations Thom, for this outstanding achievement! Click here to view more of Thom's work.
This cover illustrated an article on Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT).
This cover illustrated an article on drug addiction/abuse and drug screening.
Italian fashion illustrator Giulio Iurissevich's award winning work has become known globally since he began illustrating in 1988. A skater and punk rocker at heart, Giulio's work explores youth, music, curves, and culture. Clients include: Pepsi, Gap, Banana Republic, Brooks Bros, Burlington, Warner Bros, Mazda, Vancouver Olympics 2010, Marie Claire, Elle, The Source, Computer Arts, Creative Digital Arts. His art has appeared in Luerzer's Archive 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide (a number of times), Images 29 The Best British Contemporary Illustration, Images 30 The Best British Contemporary Illustration, Big Book of Fashion Illustration, New Fashion Illustration, Artaq Book 01- Urban Arts Awards 2010 and 2011. Finalist for the Warner Bros DC 75th Anniversary of Superheroes 2010: Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green lantern. Selected artist by "USA By Designers" 2010 and as a finalist @ the Saatchi Abstract Showdown 2012. Check out his portfolio here--you may find he's the perfect choice for your next assignment!
i2i art is honored to announce that Tracy Walker's work is featured in the new publication, Illustrators Unlimited, a collection of international contemporary illustrators. Gestalten (the publisher) says, "In recent years, illustration has evolved from a purely service-oriented trade to an expressive, poetic, and esteemed voice in contemporary visual culture". The book can be browsed and purchased on the Gestalten site. It will also be available through Indigo and Amazon (fall 2011). To see more of Tracy Walker's illustration go here.
Monika Melnychuk created a funky, fun line of illustrations for Mountain Equipment Co-Op's reusable bags. The series placed in the recent Design and Printing Awards run by Applied Arts magazine - showcasing some of the best work produced this past year. This series has also won awards with The Art Directors Club of Canada, Print Magazine's Creativity and Commerce Competition and Design Edge Regional Awards for the BC and Yukon area.
A sampling of the bags, and below - the full wraparound as a panel image:
Ian Phillips has placed in both the Gallery and Self-Promotion categories of 3x3 ProShow No. 7. The listing of all ProShow winners is currently on the 3x3 blog. The actual issue won't be out until the fall - but below is a sneak peek at Ian's winning entries. Also involved in the 3 x 3 International Student Show No. 7 is Thom Sevalrud , another i2i illustrator and teacher at Sheridan Institute. Thom is one of the judges for this year's competition. (winners to be notified mid-June).
From Ian's Carnival Series -Peanuts and Popcorn placed in the Gallery Category.
Fancy in Space placed in self-promotion 49 Smiles placed in self-promotion