Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Dave Stevenson cover illustration for The Little Book of Light

Dave Stevenson created the cover illustration for the upcoming book titled, "The Little Book of Light", by Mikaela Jones.  The book is being published by Red Wheel/Weiser, and it's scheduled to be released this September. 

We just received an advance copy from the publisher, and Dave's artwork looks great!  Dave illustrated the image of the sun as well as the border treatment - here's a sneak peek:

Dave Stevenson - Illustration without type

Dave Stevenson - Cover illustration for The Little Book of Light

Advance copy of The Little Book of Light - cover illustration by Dave Stevenson

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Terri Kasuba illustrations on PGE billboards

Terri Fry Kasuba created these fun illustrations that were incorporated with photography for this outdoor campaign for Portland General Electric.  Terri had the pleasure of working with the agency North, specifically with Designer, Forrest Martin; ECD, Mark Ray; and CD/writer, Jim Cary.  The campaign is currently on outdoor boards in and around Portland, but you can see them right here!

Terri Fry Kasuba - Illustration of Birdies for PGE

Terri Fry Kasuba - Illustration of Daisies for PGE

Terri Fry Kasuba - Illustration of Smileys for PGE

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Lucie Rice illustration for Amini's Pepperoni Chips

Lucie Rice created this illustration of a Santa Barbara beach scene for Amini's Pepperoni Chips.  Lucie worked with the great folks at Double 6 Design to come up with this sunny California illustration that can currently be seen on the Amini's website and will soon extend to other Amini's Pepperoni promotional items...

Lucie Rice - Illustration of Santa Barbara for Amini's Pepperoni Chips

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Robin Moline illustrates Amoolia for AeroShell

Robin Moline created this illustration of Amoolia Earhart for the AeroShell AirVenture 2012 poster.  The EAA AirVenture, known as "the world's greatest aviation celebration", is an annual event that takes place in Osk Kosh, Wisconsin.  The event just opened yesterday, and Robin's poster illustration was unveiled for the first time.  Here it is:

Robin Moline - AirVenture 2012 Poster illustration

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Dave Stevenson illustrates for Wines of Clarksburg

Dave Stevenson created this poster illustration for the Wines of Clarksburg, an annual event that benefits the Clarksburg Library. This is the third time that Dave has contributed his artwork for this benefit, and he also did the hand lettering of the main titles on the poster. If you happen to be in the area on September 16, you should go buy some wine for a great local cause!

Dave Stevenson - The Wines of Clarksburg poster illustration

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Joel Nakamura illustrates Godzilla!

Here is a new Godzilla-inspired piece by Joel Nakamura that he created it for an upcoming show at the Stranger Factory in Albequerque, NM this September.  Go Gojira!

Joel Nakamura - Gojira

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Robin Moline illustrates cover for Blossom Valley Mysteries

Robin Moline illustrated this cover for "Going Organic Can Kill You" by Nora Adrienne.  This is the first book in a series for Blossom Valley Mysteries, and all of the stories take place on an organic farm.  Robin also recently illustrated the cover for the second book in the series, but we have to keep that one under wraps until the next book is released...

Robin Moline - Going Organic Can Kill You

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Terri Fry Kasuba illustrates Lonesome George

Here is a new piece by Terri Fry Kasuba that she created for the Natural Selection show that opened at Part Time Studios in Philadelphia last Friday.  This painting is titled "Lonesome George Lives On", and it's based on the recent death of the last Galapagos turtle of its kind  :-(

It's amazing how Terry can take the saddest of topics and still manage to create something cute!

Terri Fry Kasuba - Lonesome George Lives On

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Kim Rosen illustrates for the Wall Street Journal

Kim Rosen recently illustrated this wonderful piece for an article on how a woman tries to get her kids to do their chores, without a fight... 

From the original Wall Street Journal article:
"I fired my children. It was a cold Saturday in December, when I told them they no longer had jobs and should leave the house. I didn't care where they went, as long as they got out of my hair for three hours so I could do their chores without bitterness."  continue reading...

Kim Rosen - Cleaning Kids

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Calef Brown illustrates Samurai Jack

Calef Brown created this illustration of his interpretation of Samurai Jack for the Cartoon Network 20th Anniversary Book and Exhibition taking place during Comic-Con this week.  The exhibit, curated by Mark Murphy, features an incredible line-up of artists (including our own Joel Nakamura, as well!) each of whom was asked to illustrate their interpretation of a Cartoon Network show.  Such a great concept!  Here is Calef's take on Samurai Jack and Aku:

Calef Brown - Samurai Jack

Monday, July 2, 2012

Livia Cives in 3x3 Illustration ProShow Annual

Five recent illustrations by Livia Cives have been chosen to be in the 3X3 Professional Annual No. 9, and we are so excited for her!  Here are the winning pieces:

Livia Cives - Drowning Mines

Livia Cives - Floating

Livia Cives - In the Lounge

Livia Cives - Vanishing Point

Livia Cives - Young and Old

View more of Livia's illustration and motion work