Amy Ning was selected from an esteemed list of potential candidates for the cover of the Spring 2017 Workbook, the leading creative resource for illustrators, photographers and production services. What an endorsement of her talent. She is an award winner many times over and we’re proud to show off one of her many achievements! Congratulations to Amy! See more of her work at Folioplanet and Workbook.
For Earth Day enjoy these illustrations from our wonderful artists…and to show a little love for Mother Earth we encourage everyone to get involved in events in their communities happening all week long!
Rocco Baviera’s created a recent series of illustrations for Trends Quarterly on the theme of Mindset as it relates to philanthropy and fundraising…“Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.” Re-framing your perspective and the idea of “changing the lens in which you view things” are also explored.
We couldn’t have said it or illustrated it better ourselves!
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.
Allen Crawford‘s latest award-winning book, Whitman Illuminated: Song of Myself (Tin House Books [US], Jonathan Cape [UK]) is an illustrated, hand-lettered, 256-page edition of Walt Whitman’s epic poem. It won Best of Show in 3×3 Magazine’s International Illustration Show 2015, and a Gold Medal in Society of Illustrators 58.
In honor of Earth Day we’re showing several pages that remind us of the importance of protecting Mother Earth.
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.
Illustrator Stansilawa Kodman dreamt up an image of a ginger kitten’s nighttime excursion with a maybe not so willing companion. Stanislawa’s imagery always has a lot of movement and we absolutely love the way she tells her stories!
Artist representative, Riley Illustration, has a talented group of artists, several of which are showing off their skills on Folioplanet! Their skills range from children’s illustration to editorial illustration and everything in between. Each artist offers well thought out solutions and executes flawlessly. We invite you to take a look at each of their portfolios.
Stanislawa Kodman‘s whimsical drawings seem particularly appropriate reminding us of our late summer evenings shared with the twinkling fireflies. Whether as images in children’s books, magazine articles or simply to grace the page, Stanislawa has a charming style that adds sophistication and elegance to any project. To see even more of Stanislawa’s playful side, check out her blog, Leaves, Wings & Other Such Things.
The very talented Zina Saunders created the cover for a recent issue of Christian Science Monitor Weekly magazine. The article centered around bullying on Twitter. The idea was to play off Hitchcock’s “The Birds” movie to create the idea of Twitter users attacking others. It turned out brilliantly!