Illustrator Betsy Everitt truly enjoyed her first-time collaboration with design firm Be Design. With art direction from Brian Donahue, Betsy created some outstanding visuals to accompany the book excerpt in Macalester Today from chef and award-winning writer Amy Thielen's personal memoir, ‘Girl with a Knife’.Read More
Illustrator Betsy Everitt recently teamed up with art director Danielle Avraham at All You magazine to create a trio of bright and playful illustrations for the article “Leverage your Mommy Network”. The article, full of tips and tricks on how moms and dadss can support one another when the hectic school season arrives, provided Betsy with plenty of inspiration.
An eye catching full page feature along with carefully composed vignettes showcases Betsy Everitt’s signature style, her decorative flair and exquisite painterly technique.
See more of Betsy Everitt’s work. Represented by i2i Art Inc.
For this poignant piece on the struggles women still face Katy used the symbol of the quilters. The visual is perfectly paired with a quote by Rosemary Brown, pioneer of 20th century Canadian politics, who devoted her life to the cause of justice and equality for women and minorities.
See more of Katy’s inspired illustration. Represented by i2i Art Inc.
It always pays to be prepared! Owl Magazine, art directed by Jill Monsod, has put together a pretty handy guide to the 'great outdoors' for their Summer issue. i2i Art illustrator Monika Melnychuk knew quite a bit about this topic already, spending much of her leisure time biking through the backwood trails in Whitehorse, Canada.
And Monika's illustrations give a humorous twist on those all too important survival lessons. Have a quick read and smile along the way as Monika's characters show us a thing or two about those great outdoors.
See more of Monika's endearing characters and illustrations. Monika Melnychuk is represented by i2i Art Inc.
Mark Hoffmann, New Hampshire resident and illustrator, knows there is nothing better on a nice summer day than some fresh fish on the waterfront. Chip Allen, art director of The Square Magazine and Meganne Febrega, author of the article "Hit the Decks" knew Mark's folk art style would capture the scene perfectly.
With Mark's distinctive lettering, whimsical imagery and sophisticated color palette used to highlight the premier eateries, you will want to book one more road trip this summer--I certainly did!
The "Farmer's Market" edition was art directed by Sheri Wilson and showcases three fabulous city markets every foodie should know: Portland's market at PSU, Chicago's Logan Square and Philadelphia's Headhouse market.
Clare's main illustration accompanies an article on "how to shop" and features all the elements you look for in a great farmer's market. Clare's rich color palette and use of texture brings the 'scene' to life. Her contemporary style shows just how hip shopping at the market can be.
Hungry for more? View Clare's complete portfolio. Clare Owen is represented by i2i Art Inc.
Amy Sawchenko, art director at apple Magazine recently commissioned Janice Kun to illustrate a six-page feature on summer activities for all ages. Amy definitely wanted to capture the fun and excitement the season brings.
Janice combined photography with her bright and beautiful watercolor backgrounds to create these playful and exciting digital collages.
Janice always strives to create the perfect composition; balancing hand-drawn elements and watercolors with photography and other mixed media. Her photo-illustrations range from somber to evocative to fun.
View Janice Kun's portfolio, represented by i2i Art Inc.
Will your kids be happy campers this summer? From Spanish immersion to paleontology camp, D Magazine handpicked some of the most exciting options in the Dallas, TX area. All that was needed was a terrific illustration to draw the reader in.
Art director, Jamie Laubhan-Oliver, decided on Mark Hoffmann for the job. Mark let his imagination lead the way, resulting in this playful, folksy piece that is sure to put a smile on your face as you remember those long days of summer past.
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.
When tech collides with the standard way of doing things. Illustrator Dave Murray is often asked to visually interpret this concept. Most recently, art director Tony Delitala of Delitala Design, assigned Dave to illustrate two high tech articles for the Canadian Bar Association's National Magazine.
Dave's strong use of symbolism, conceptual intelligence and graphical style invites the reader to dive into these stories.
Technology can help make justice more accessible
Heavy workload? There’s an app for that.
Check out more of Dave's work. Represented by i2i Art Inc.
Hydrangea season is upon us and gardeners know they can be prone to disease and this perennial, like many, requires pruning to maintain it's beauty. Gardeners will appreciate these lovely informative illustrations by Jillian Ditner on how to prune and care for their gorgeous hydrangea's which were featured in This Old House magazine.
Browse and enjoy Jillian Ditner's entire portfolio.
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.
Hipsters: known for ransacking vintage stores, perfecting their beards and gentrifying neighborhoods with their artisanal food stores. It seemed likely they should revitalize some old school hobbies while they are at it. Like bird watching.
This month's Reader's Digest article, "Birders Unite!" written by Julia Zarankin, dives into the phenomena of the bird watching millennials. Needing to combine the tattooed with the wilderness, art director Annelise Dekker picked the perfect artist in Dave Murray.
Caution: These are not your grandfather's illustrations:
Uniquely stylized, award-winning illustration. We invite your to check out more of Dave Murray's illustration.
It's never easy to explain a complex theory, never mind making it an enjoyable experience. When Editor Terry Bullick at apple magazine was tasked with a story about brain development she turned to illustrator Rémy Simard to help her communicate this intricate topic to her readers.
Rémy's fun, lighthearted, comic book style was the perfect way to break this story down into easy to understand concepts. A quick 5 minute read and you too will be an expert on brain development.
Visit Rémy Simard's portfolio for more examples of his unique illustration.
Anna Godeassi attended the School of Design in Milan, before launching her freelance illustration career. She has contributed her illustration to Vanity Fair, Elle Decor, Conde Nast Traveler and Rolling Stone Magazine as well as numerous advertising campaigns.
Anna is full of brilliant ideas and enthusiasm. She often delicately integrates photographic elements into her mixed media conceptual illustrations, adding another layer of interest to her evocative images. Now without further ado --- we share a sampling of her work with you.
Portrait of Roberto Bolle
Why Men Disappear
Check out Anna Godeassi's portfolio.
Aside from editorial and advertising work, Anna is an accomplished children's book illustrator. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a pdf portfolio of her children's book samples.
The always enthusiastic Dave Murray jumped at the chance to work with art director Lindsay Maclachlan again on a feature article for Canadian Grocer. Dave often illustrates technological innovations so the brave new world of in-store technology at our local grocer was a perfect match for Dave's style.
The Future of the Grocery Store
smartphones and tablets could dominate our grocery shopping experience
From the groom's, "stock the bar well, but not too well" and "no one cares that you're cutting the cake" to the bride's, "learn how to be gracious" and "DIY - within reason" Jillian captured it all with these playful and poignant images.
She Said: "For real though, get started."
He Said: "Pick music you actually listen to."
Ever found your kid hanging from a candelabra or climbing a giant holiday decoration? In his best playful style, Mark Hoffmann illustrated the story Babes in Toyland: Activities that will make your kids' holiday season more merryfor art director Jamie Laubhan-Oliver, at D Home Magazine. If you like this image, there are a lot more fun Mark Hoffmann illustrations here.
Katy Dockrill created these illustrations for the article: What's Your Exercise Personality, for the Fall 2014 issue of Diabetic Living magazine. I'm a playful dolphin, what are you? For more of Katy's delightful illustrations check out her portfolio.