Below is just a small sample of the dozens of scientific illustrations Jillian Ditner recently completed for Oxford University Press' textbook Weather and Climate: An Introduction. Working alongside assistant managing editor Peter Chambers, Jillian was asked to create a wide spectrum of illustrations, from technical charts to intricate environments.Read More
Jillian Ditner illustrated the Editors' Choice feature entitled, Beasts of the East, about a veterinarian's adventures in Newfoundland. The feature is based on Andrew Peacock's book, Creatures of the Rock. Reader's Digest art director Annelise Dekker, always such a delight to work with, designed the spread to accommodate Jilllian's simple floating images throughout. Goodreads describes Andrew's book as "...a funny, thrilling, unflinching but ultimately heartwarming narrative about the connections between people and animals". Jillian, a lover of living creatures and nature, brings a gentle touch to the illustrations throughout. To see more of Jillian Ditner's art, visit her updated i2i Art portfolio.
Jillian Ditner created these small figurative diagrammatic illustrations for one of our favorite magazines, Real Simple. They accompany an article called Walk This Way which featured beautiful photographic images. Each how-to item was introduced with one of Jillian's illustrations to demonstrate the point. Kind of an info-graphic approach that married well with the photography. Check out Jillian Ditner's updated portfolio here.
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The Year the Music Stopped - The Precipitous Decline in SOE
Investment in Canada’s Oil and Gas Sector in 2013
Risks and Risk Management in Project and Resource Development
Canada’s Technology Renaissance
A little while back marketing agency trevor peter communications contacted us about a walking map for Timberland, an official sponsor of TIFF (The Toronto International Film Festival). When Jillian Ditner was chosen, we were pretty excited about this great opportunity! Creative Director, Alexandra MacDonald and Jillian, along with Josh McKellar, Marketing Manager for Timberland, began the collaborative process of creating the first ever eco friendly tool for navigating TIFF. The initial direction was for Jillian to create her own artistic interpretation of Toronto, the TIFF ‘playground’ and the area venues downtown that host the Festival. One of the key objectives for this user-friendly map was to inspire TIFF-goers to ‘get outside’, walk the festival, and connect with the community. The finished map below is available as a downloadable pdf at the Timberland online Community here. Enjoy the Festival!
Here is a glimpse into Jillian's process.