Summit magazine's summer issue is all about the modus operandi at Mount Royal University. With a state-of-the-art campus that aligns with it's future-forward curriculum Mount Royal decided to get the word out about 'why they do what they do, and how," with the help of illustrator Eric Chow.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.
Gary Alphonso created this brilliant conceptual cover illustration for the award winning ACC Docket Magazine, July-August 2014 issue. The feature article, “The Chief Opportunity Counsel: How to Increase Your Value Through Participation in Strategic Business Conversations” is illustrated by use of a hedge as metaphor for the barrier that can be broken down exposing fresh opportunities for open and transparent communication. To see more of Gary Alphonso's powerful illustrations check out his updated portfolio here.