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.
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!
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.
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.
Talented and award winning Début Art illustrator, Yann Legendre, created the cover for the latest edition of The Village Voice for article titled “Looking for Leatherman”.
Rocco Baviera created a series of illustrations for Trends Quarterly on the theme of Talent Development in the Fundraising sector. Topics covered include the importance of investing in human resources, the role management plays in developing talent, the challenges of managing dual career paths and the benefits of teamwork in achieving goals.