New Children’s Art by Shahab Shamshirsaz

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Two new illustrations by Shahab Shamshirsaz created for a children’s book – Heroes, Villains and Vincent. Vincent battles the villains with help from his heroes! Check Shahab’s portfolio for more fun, wild, and zany characters!

 

Lost Village Art by John Walker

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John Walker recently created several illustrations for an English textbook in the UK. The story is about how a terrible storm descended upon a village many years ago. This illustration depicts one of the main characters – created digitally.

Vector Art by Ron Magnes

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A great sample page of vector art by Ron Magnes. This is a selection of client assignments that Ron has illustrated. There are times when a client needs info graphics for products and are interested in realism. Other samples can be seen in his portfolio.

Heinz Tomato Man by John Walker

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It appears that several companies have re-introduced famous icons of their company that were very popular decades ago. This is a good example – H.J. Heinz Mr. Aristocrat Tomato Man! He was originally created in the 1930’s and our client had John create a new illustration very similar to the original to be used for various purposes. A classy guy!

 

Art Technique Samples by George Schill

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George Schill created this sample sheet for clients to show different art techniques – most of these images were created for various jobs in the editorial and greeting card markets. Check his portfolio for more examples and various conceptual illustrations for the corporate and advertising markets.

Dynamite Doodles Book by Peter Grosshauser

Over the last few years Peter Grosshauser has illustrated many doodle, maze, & puzzle books for children. This is a recent one that was completed for Publications International. It’s a Doodles to Go! book for kids that contains well over one hundred illustrations and is chock full of doodle projects for children to complete. They can sketch, use grids to copy drawings, make sticker designs, and use all kinds of fun supplies to create their own doodles. Enclosed are two pages from the book using Peter’s fun and zany characters!

Client Sample Page by George Schill

From time to time clients sometimes request an artist sample page to use in a meeting or presentation to help sell a style. This is a recent example that George Schill quickly put together for a client meeting. The idea was to show a few “style” examples that were conceptual in nature. All images were past commissioned projects and helped the client sell their idea.

Pop Art Logos by Ron Magnes

Direct Energy had a workshop/conference in which (28) corporations/companies/ universities were invited. Ron Magnes was commissioned to create their logos in a Warhol “pop art” style and the participants were given the framed logos at the end of the event. Great idea and a fun project! Here are more of the logos that Ron created.