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
Along with brewing award-winning ciders Kings Highway has a tradition of using top-notch illustration for its packaging. So it was no surprise that when a label was needed for their new summer Berkshire Porch Pleaser cider they turned to renowned illustrator Phil. Excited about the collaboration, Phil set straight to work in his rustic, painterly style. With views of The Berkshires from Edith Wharton’s porch (and the cidery owner’s dog Hank) as inspiration Phil transports us to a warm, sunny afternoon in the country.Read More
Illustrator Clare Owen was recently asked to "team up" with one of her favorite authors, Jane Austen, and lend her beautiful visuals to the inspirational journal, 'Pour Your Heart Out'. Designed by Jessica Jenkins, Dana Li and Samira Iravani at Penguin Young Readers this journal invites its users to share their stories and aspirations with fun, thought provoking tasks.Read More
Illustrator Carl Wiens has been quietly working away on a series of covers for the Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics Journal and the time has come to show off his work!Read More
Wedding season is in full swing and illustrator Clare Owen recently teamed up with The Knot to share the latest wedding trends and tips. Clare's delicate lettering, beautifully textured florals and fun spot illustrations are found throughout this feature and capture all that is pretty and unique about this big event.Read More
The folks at trevor//peter were coordinating a series of events for Airbnb this summer and they needed a wow factor. Taking place in the heart of Toronto, Canada the team decided a map of the city - 10 feet x 15 feet - would be the perfect way to draw the crowd to their booth.
Illustrator Dave Murray, a proud Torontonian, was chosen to work on the project. Dave quickly assembled a brilliant collage of Toronto's coolest neighborhoods and points of interest. Graphic, bold, colorful, the piece beckons you to point out where you live or where you need to visit.
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.