How about a helping of “husband’s delight” or a serving of “better than sex cake”? With the help of mixed-media illustrator Natalie Nelson that’s what they’re serving up over at The Bitter Southerner.Read More
We’re stoked illustrator Monika Melnychuk is taking riding to a new level. Monika worked with Klodike Krankfest to dare we say “crank” things up with her fun and quirky style.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
D-Day and the Battle of Normandy live on as one of the Allies most significant victories in WWII. This victory wouldn’t have been possible without the courageous contribution of many individuals.Read More
How fun is this! For his recent assignment with the travel magazine AFAR, Dan Bransfield was tasked with illustrating a long list of icons (50 to be exact) and now Dan has decided to sum them all up for us. Take a moment to enjoy Dan’s work and discover what makes the United States of America so unique, one state at a time.
Interested in commissioning Dan Bransfield for your next assignment? Contact us at i2i Art Inc.
American Illustration, Communication Arts, The Society of Illustrators, Luerzer’s Archive, 3x3 Magazine, Creative Quarterly, How Magazine and Applied Arts, these are just some of the organizations that have recognized Thom Sevalrud’s illustration over the years. While abstraction, color and pattern have always been major themes in Thom’s work it’s been the evolution of Thom’s style that has kept his illustration in the spotlight.
‘Call of the Forest’ is Thom’s latest award-winning piece. It will be featured in Creative Quarterly’s issue CQ55. Inspired by the documentary of the same title, Thom sought to pay homage to the ‘song of nature’. His art delights with its rich contrast and decoration.
Len Loffler, creative program designer at Clear Channel Airports, knew the expansive landscape of the Rio Grande Valley would be the perfect backdrop to welcome visitors at the newly renovated Harlingen, TX airport. Looking to showcase the beautiful diversity in the area, Len made another great choice in commissioning illustrator Tim Zeltner for the project.
From beautiful desert terrain to lush tropical oceanfront, Tim had plenty of inspiration for this mural, scaled to nearly 10x the size of the original artwork.Read More
Inspired by the simple things (freshly picked fruit from her community garden, for example) illustrator Talya Baldwin took the tools of her trade (colored pencils and watercolors) and got to work. The result? These beautifully crafted still life illustrations with some fascinating stories.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
What to say about illustrator Natalie Nelson...hmmm...well, she's fantastic! Her work is fun and whimsical. She’s a true mixed-media artist, often creating collages by hand; digitizing to add finishing touches. We recently asked Natalie a few questions to get to know a little more about one of our newest illustrators.Read More
Illustrator Talya Baldwin recently had the pleasure to work alongside art director Melissa Kaita, applying her unique style to Paris architecture for this very special book cover. Talya's line art shows the same loving attention to historic monuments as to unassuming, run-of-the-mill walk-up flats.Read More