We’re sending out some love for Valentine’s Day from several of our talented illustrators! Enjoy!
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.
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.
Roy Scott created a layered and textured illustration for National Public Radio article about the way millennials speak. In his commentary the author discusses the fact that older generations over time have complained about the way the latest generation speaks, and the millennial generation is no different in having their fair share of critics. Roy delivers the perfect illustration to convey the author’s message.
Amy Ning’s latest political caricature is entitled “Little Miss Hillarett”…Along came a spider and sat down beside her…and frightened Miss Hillaret away!
Amy is represented by Liz Sanders Agency.
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.
Erwin Sherman‘s blend of traditional and digital media results in a variety of amazing imagery for clients like Southwest Airlines, Pilgrims Pride, Pier 1 Imports, Six Flags, Men’s Journal, Runner’s World and Wired. Doing what he does best for over 25 years, Erwin is highly sought after for his detailed and creative style.
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“.