New Work from Liz Sanders Agency Talent!

Liz Sanders’ illustrators have been very busy on a variety of projects – all delivering striking results. Check out a few of their most recent projects below. Be sure to view more of their work at Liz’s website.


Floral soap packaging illustration

SUDI McCOLLUM illustrated this lively bouquet evocative of embroidered vintage linens like you’d see on grandma’s kitchen towels. Client: Strawberry Hill Farm.



Savannah post card illustration

STEPH CALVERT created this illustration in partnership with UPPERCASE Magazine​ as part of their “Greetings from” and “Wish you were here” promotion. Artists were invited to create and share their vintage-inspired post card designs. Steph chose her splendid nearby city of Savannah, GA to depict.



Watercolor painting of cucumber slices

RANDI ZAFMAN’s latest exploration: Cucumbers for food packaging, paper goods, cookbooks or traditional watercolor and lettering. Her designs are managed digitally making production and edits very manageable.



Vintage inspired floral and food illustration.

This tranquil pattern with both Japanese and Chinese influences was created by SUDI McCOLLUM for organic soap packaging.



AMY NING was hired to create an illustration to grace the catalog cover of Kamana Academy. Located in Redondo Beach, CA, Kamana Academy is a private institution whose mission is to provide student’s access to Massage Therapy programs with training that is both comprehensive and professional.



JUDY REED SILVER designed this rug pattern and coordinating wallpaper collection as part of a new home decor series. This design plays well within a contemporary interior, both residential and commercial.



Digital illustration of L.A. Chefs.

AMY NING’s latest illustration for the LA Times/Saturday Section, ‘They Crave LA’. Amy’s art depicts a trio of celebrity chefs, Eddie Huang, Charles Phan & April Bloomfield.



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Celebrate Earth Day with Folioplanet Illustrators!

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!

Lettering illustration showing Earth, for Earth Day.

Randi Zafman




Landscape showing cliff and beach

Sylvia Hofflund




Landscape painting showing red farm house, rolling hills.

Chris O’Leary




Conceptual illustration showing woman walking among flowers, butterflies.

Sarah Wilkins




Illustration of backpacker in nature

Glenn Gustafson



Giovannina Colalillo and Barbara Spurll Won First Place at the CAPIC Double Vision Show!

CAPIC’s Double Vision is a unique exhibition where image creators are paired up by a random draw, to create a unique and creative portrait of each other.

Their art is titled Streaming. In collaboration, they shake their inverted heads revealing important aspects of themselves. These cascading elements symbolize them, as in the headset representing Giovannina’s love for talking as she draws and paints, and Alice in Wonderland representing Barbara’s love for theatre and storytelling. Linking them together is their common Chinese Zodiac sign, the Dragon.

The Gala opening and competitions took place on Tuesday, Feb. 24th, 2015, 6:30 – 10 pm, at the Arta Gallery in the Toronto’s trendy Distillery District.

Portrait illustrations

Michael Sloan Gets Creative!

Not only does Michael Sloan have oodles of talent, but he stays busy! In addition to exhibiting his original paintings depicting Hong Kong street scenes, he has created a multitude of other works of art for a variety of commercial assignments. Did we mention he’s versatile? From editorial work for the Christian Science Monitor Weekly to paintings for the Yale Alumni Association, and everything in between, he is a highly sought after talent because he knows how to adapt to each and every assignment and deliver exactly what the client needs. Take a look at some of his recent projects below. You can also view a video about his Hong Kong experience.

To see more of Michael’s work, take a look at his Folioplanet portfolio.


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Cover art for Monitor Weekly showing a disillusioned Uncle Sam.



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“Standing Room Only,” about the recent great success of the Yale University men’s ice hockey teams. Published by Yale Alumni.



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Full page art about the NYC Marathon for The Wall Street Journal.



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Image showing the dichotomy between new and old China.



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“Probing the Secrets of the Mind”, poster art for a lecture at Yale University by a cognitive neuroscientist.



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Full page art for Forbes magazine. “Superstores: Too much of a good thing?”



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