Kids Cartoon Art by Peter Grosshauser

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Two crazy, fun illustrations that Peter Grosshauser created for past children’s publishing projects. His art is well know in the children’s books and educational publishing areas in particular. View his portfolio for a wide array of zany, cartoon art that kids enjoy!

Fine Art Prints of Pittsburgh by Ron Magnes

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Ron Magnes was commissioned to illustrate two fine art illustrations by a design firm for their client – PPL EnergyPlus. Since the energy company recently opened an office in Pittsburgh, the idea was to give the signed prints to their special prospective clients. The first print highlights the city and the second print shows the north shore. A very successful campaign!

Historical Game Characters by Larry Jones

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Larry Jones created a series of (24) historical characters for a novelty fortune-telling game called “The Decider” ┬áKind of like a magic 8-ball but with a little ball that lands in one of 5 humorous yes or no answers that the famous person may answer. These are some of the fun characters that he created!

The Selfish Giant by John Walker

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These are two illustrations from a book that John Walker illustrated awhile back of Oscar Wilde’s title – The Selfish Giant. Check his portfolio to view more digital painterly images!

Buildings Skyline Art by Ron Magnes

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Lately we have had several jobs arise that involved skylines of city buildings. As usual, we needed to submit samples in various styles for client approval. This particular sample was created by Ron Magnes for a photographic shoot and was submitted as a possible style for a new project. We will show those jobs that involve Pittsburgh in a future blog.

Children’s Literacy Book by Peggy Mozley

Peggy Mozley illustrated a 24 page literacy book recently for Engage Literacy/Hinkler Education in Australia. The story is about Colin’s pet parakeet that was a surprise birthday gift from his mother. He learns how to take care of Pablo, play with him, and teach him various things – all in his home. But one day Pablo escapes to the outside and Colin must figure out how to get him back!