Yana Beylinson’s Product Illustration

Yana Beylinson is an award-winning designer, illustrator and artist. She is talented beyond measure and creates decorative illustrations, branding, packaging and print design. Her work can literally be seen everywhere, from murals to product packaging to pillows and poufs. She designed her own stationery line published by Chronicle Books and penned a book published by Wiley & Sons. Her signature style is elegant and sophisticated and she creatively lends her expertise to a myriad of projects as seen below.

Lavender illustration

Floral illustration on pillows.

Decorative, Floral Book Cover

Decorative, Floral Book Interior

Packaging illustration for Boost mini bars.
© Yana Beylinson/Liquid Pixel Studio



Happy Thanksgiving!

We, at Folioplanet, wish everyone a relaxing Thanksgiving. Randi Zafman expresses a beautiful sentiment appropriate for the holiday.

Lettering illustration "Grateful, blessed"
©Randi Zafman

Martin Haake Illustrates the Presidential Candidates

Martin Haake illustrates American politics and the Presidential candidates. With election day looming, Martin skillfully captures the combative tone of this election season with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump “duking it out” in the ring. Who will win??

Martin is represented by Lindgren & Smith.

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in the boxing ring.
©Martin Haake



Amy Ning Illustrates Wild West Cowboy

Amy Ning’s cowboy illustration depicts this wrangler as a ‘rootin, tootin’, shootin’, fightin’ son-of-a-gun!

Amy is represented by Liz Sanders Agency. Be sure to take a look at more of Amy’s engaging work!

Illustrated cowboy
©Amy Ning



Rocco Baviera for Trends Quarterly

Rocco Baviera creates a unique conceptual illustration for the current issue of Trends Quarterly, a publication of
Ketchum Canada Inc.

The article, titled “Shaping the future of philanthropy through Innovation”, focuses on the theme of innovation in a harsh economic climate as it pertains to charitable donations.

Editorial illustration

Judy Reed Silver’s Illustration for Eco-Friendly Company, Earthlust

Judy Reed Silver has been working with Earthlust, a small company based out of Sausalito that manufactures safe and stylish water bottles. EarthLust bottles are ethically produced and hand made from recyclable high-quality (18/8) food grade stainless steel, which is unlined and naturally healthy. They use non-toxic paints and BPA-free polypropylene #5 caps to further ensure nothing harmful gets into your water. Each EarthLust bottle features a custom design. Judy’s first design, a beautiful hummingbird, is featured here. Watch for more designs in the near future.

Judy is represented by Liz Sanders Agency.

Hummingbird and flower illustration

Earthlust Water bottle with hummingbird design.



Amy Ning’s Illustration for the Village Voice

Amy Ning was commissioned by the Village Voice, a weekly 17″ by 11″ format newspaper and website. Village Voice features investigative articles, analysis of current affairs, culture, arts and music coverage, and events listings for New York City.
It was the first of the urban tabloid-format newspapers that came to be known as alternative weeklies, and as such is the oldest and largest newspaper of its kind in the United States.

Gay couple.
©Amy Ning



Amy Ning’s Mythological Phoenix

Amy Ning got her stylus in hand and created this beautiful illustration of the mythological creature, the Phoenix. In Greek Mythology, the Phoenix is said to live over 1400 years when a new Phoenix rises from the ashes of its predecessor signaling renewal or rebirth. Today, the Phoenix symbolizes a person of respect or marked uniqueness.

Be sure to watch for the partner to this image entitled “The Griffin”. It is soon to be showcased in this Fall’s Workbook.

You can see more of Amy’s award-winning art at Folioplanet, Workbook and her artist rep’s website, Liz Sanders Agency.

Digital illustration of mythological Phoenix.
©Amy Ning



Hawk Krall Plays a Part in Philly

If you’re in Philadelphia for the DNC, or just curious about the art scene there, you might want to start following one of our favorite hometown artists, Hawk Krall on Instagram.

Hawk took part in a community arts project called DNC Donkeys. Local artists were asked by Artjawn to decorate a total of 57 fiberglass donkeys representing Washington D.C. and every U.S. state and territory. They were then placed around the city at various locations for all to enjoy. Hawk’s states were New Jersey and New Hampshire, so keep your eyes peeled. We have it on good authority you can find his New Jersey donkey at 13th and Sansom and his New Hampshire donkey at 1 North Independence Mall West.

Painted donkeys

Hawk Krall's painted New Jersey donkey.

Besides being part of the community art project, Hawk also created a poster promoting voter engagement titled Next Stop Democracy and it’s being featured in an AIGAPhiladelphia exhibition at the City Hall Art Gallery in room 116. Hawk also tells us that there is possibly some sort of “dumpster diver” art event happening there on Wednesday….!

And if you are interested in the local food scene, Hawk knows all about it and then some. He does a monthly column for Saveur Magazine featuring his favorite sandwiches, one of which is, of course, the Philly Cheese Steak.

Poster for voter engagement.

Philly Cheesesteak illustration

Hawk Krall's Philly Fusion Sandwich illustration
©Hawk Krall