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December 12, 2017

Ellen Byrne was commissioned by SATO Pharmaceutical in Japan to illustrate seasonal posters of four cities.  (more)

November 14, 2017

Jason Seiler created a blockbuster quadruple portrait for West Point’s vintage-feel promotional poster.  (more)

November 1, 2017

Peter McDonnell’s Sweet Dynamite was inspired by the painterly movie posters of the mid-60's, when many film promotions were illustrated.  (more)

October 25, 2017

Peter McDonnell’s extensive Deloitte Two-Day Manager Training illustration project winds up with one last image that pulls it all together: a huge 6x4 ft poster incorporating the card deck images, activities, superheroes and logo, all within a high-energy cityscape. (more)

October 24, 2017

Ellen Byrne shares her third seasonal poster illustration for Japanese company SATO Pharmaceutical: Winter in Moscow with company mascot, Sato-chan and his friend Satoko-chan! (more)

October 16, 2017

Federico Gastaldi’s surreal, Kafkaesque illustration is the perfect poster image for "Tutto è come sembra" (Everything is as it seems) a new short film about aliens, appearances and cockroaches, and the winner of the Filming Alessandria competition. (more)

October 4, 2017

Sudi McCollum’s luscious, rustic "Fresh" artichoke label and mini-poster for Fresh Market showcases her skills that include illustration, icons, pattern design and design with type, to name but a few! (more)

October 4, 2017

Kirsten Ulve illustrated the poster for the independent movie One October, showing at the Rubin Museum in New York this month. (more)

September 28, 2017

John Tomac worked with Pace Communications to illustrate a stunning series of posters for the Adrian Symphony Orchestra’s 2017-18 concert season.    (more)

September 26, 2017

One of the great frustrations for illustrators is the difficulty in developing paid assignments into great portfolio images. Clients generally have specific requirements for projects (particularly in advertising and design) that the artists need to adhere to in order to please the client. Illustrators understand they are being paid to solve a creative problem but often the piece isn’t the best showcase for the artist.  (more)