Sending Love on Valentine’s Day!

We’re sending out some love for Valentine’s Day from several of our talented illustrators! Enjoy!

Love doves.Robin Zingone




Textile illustration of Valentine's Day goodies.Steph Calvert




Illustration of Cupid reading book with firecracker nearby.Aad Goudappel




Illustration of couple connectingLauren Simkin Berke




Two women having coffeeLisa Henderling




Conceptual illustration of heart over flag.Pepper Tharp




textile illustration of hearts and dove.Sudi McCollum




Love Grows Here.Randi Zafman



Award Winning Illustrator, Aad Goudappel

Aad Goudappel is an award-winning illustrator receiving recognition from numerous publications and organizations, including Communication Arts, Society of Illustrators, 3×3, American Illustration, the Art Director’s Club…and the list goes on! Talent exudes from his fingertips. We’re proud to show off his work here.

Aad is represented by the David Goldman Agency.

Illustration of many leaning over to pick up wrapped box on sports field.

hippo measuring waste

Illustration of men painting each other green.

Boy trying to climb mountain with huge un-passable chasm.

Editorial illustration of neck pain.

conceptual illustration of man sawing cloud

man wearing suit of armor

illustration of hibernating bear
©Aad Goudappel



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

Just Clowning Around with Amy Ning

Amy Ning created this illustration of father and son clowning around. She drew her inspiration from a Father’s Day concept. Be sure to check out more from Amy at Folioplanet and Workbook.

Amy is represented by Liz Sanders Agency.

Illustration of father and son clowns.

James Yang for New York Times

James Yang created the following illustrations for two recent New York Times articles. The first illustration, whether to rent or buy, addresses the financial repercussions of this decision.

You can see more from James at Folioplanet and Workbook. James is represented by the David Goldman Agency.

Conceptual illustration of financial decisons.

The following illustration is about trying to stay on track while dealing with other people’s competing schedules and agendas.

Conceptual illustration of "running out of time".
©James Yang



Leo Acadia Editorial Illustrations

Leo Acadia has an impressive amount of talent and creates eye-catching graphic illustrations for a slew of editorial clients. His illustrations have garnered recognition and numerous awards from The Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts, American Illustration, 3×3 Illustration Annual, and The AltPick awards.

Illustration of a woman lounging in chair with degrees on a tree.

Illustration of a man jumping over an obstacle.

Illustration of a group of people on a road with direction arrows.

Illustration of row boat hitting an iceberg.

Illustration of orange tree orchard with one tree cut down.

Conceptual illustration of woman walking into shark infested waters.

Conceptual illustration of doctor entanged by stethescope.
©All Images Leo Acadia



Yehrin Tong’s New Scientist Cover

Yehrin Tong‘s intricate and eye popping illustration appeared on the cover of New Scientist Magazine for an article about intelligent evolution. Beautifully executed from concept to completion, her work is equally visually stunning and precise. Be sure to sit back and take this illustration in. There’s much to see!

Yehrin is represented by Début Art.

New Scientist Magazine cover showing conceptual illustrated brain hemispheres
©Yehrin Tong



American Illustration 35 Winners Announced

American Illustration (AI-AP) announced the selected and chosen illustrators from a crowded field of almost 600 submissions. We’re happy to announce that several of our illustrators were included in the group of winners.

Decorative wildlife and nature illustration.John S. Dykes

 

Popeye illustrationDave Calver

 

Collage bird illustrationTom Cocotos

 

Digital illustration of man wearing suitPatrick George

 

Conceptual illustration of American flagOtto Steininger

 

Illustration of ocean cityNishan Akgulian

 

Conceptual, whimsical illustration of downtown city streetsMichael Sloan

 

Illustration of horse in fieldMartin Haake

 

Group of men wading in ocean.Gayle Kabaker

 

CD cover/cup and saucerPatrick George

 

Conceptual illustration a "sea of eyes"James Yang

 

Conceptual portrait illustration of Elvis Presley.Tim O’Brien

 

Conceptual portrait illustration of Napoleon Bonaparte.Tim O’Brien

 

3D illustration created by Richard Borge.Richard Borge

 

Conceptual illustration of a woman and child in carLauren Simkin Berke

Conceptual portrait illustration of women, different hairstyle/nationalities.Lauren Simkin Berke

 

Local Philanthropy with Amy Ning

Charleston Magazine‘s art director, Camilla Van Eeckhoven, hired Amy Ning to create a visual for inclusion in their November issue. The article’s author, Linda M. Plunkett, a Charleston native, writes about the evolution of local philanthropy. Amy came up with this graphic illustration to express the concept of ‘giving back’ to the community in the article titled “Growing Good“.

Amy is represented by Liz Sanders Agency and you can see more of her work here and at her rep’s website.

Conceptual illustration showing local communities 'giving back'.
© Amy Ning

Vigg for John Hopkins University and New Jersey Monthly Magazine

Illustrator Vigg recently produced two new illustrations for Johns Hopkins University and New Jersey Monthly magazine. Both images showcase his signature conceptual style of simple, colorful, and having just the right amount of humor. Take a look at both images below.

Johns Hopkins University illustration below. Background info: This illustration is about The Maryland Advanced Research Computing Center (MARCC), which gives researchers the computing muscle they need for enormous projects like analyzing the human heart.

3D model of the chamber of the heart.


New Jersey Monthly, Background: This image is about The U.S. Caregiver Act now providing a helping hand to caregivers helping loved ones at home.

Illustration of a helping hand to caregivers
© Vigg