A new dinosaur illustration – group of Diamantinasaurus dinos – see more examples in Phil’s portfolio!
A conceptual illustration showing marionettes with graduation cap – check George Schill’s portfolio for more concept illustrations.
Peter’s wild and humorous digital illustrations are created in Painter, Illustrator, and Photoshop. His area of expertise is the children’s market where he has illustrated numerous children’s books and products including extensive work in elementary textbooks. He has created games, mazes, doodle books for kids, comic strips, and web site art to name a few. Kids just love his art!!
This is a recent cover illustration by Peter Grosshauser – check his portfolio for more examples of his children’s illustrations!
Two new dinosaur images just created by Phil Wilson. Phil has an extensive library of dinosaur illustrations – some created samples & many from the numerous dinosaur books that he has illustrated over the years. Check his portfolio for more of his scientific art!
Two more illustrations that were created for recent children’s books. Check Shahab’s portfolio for more zany images!
Some new illustrations created by Larry Jones – a July 4 poster for a Louisville street fair and spot illustrations of past children’s activities for Cobblestone Magazine. Check Larry’s portfolio for more great images!
Two more examples of Carol Newsom’s children’s illustrations! Carol has created so many images over the years for children’s books – view her portfolio for a great selection of kids, animals, fairy tales, & educational materials!
A nice example of a corporate game board on values for Mylan. View Ron Magnes’s portfolio for more images!
Ron Magnes was contacted by the London Science Museum to create artwork for their Cravings exhibit. The display consists of (22) individual illustrations to form a coherent exhibit mural. This is the main exhibit standing in the central area of the Science Museum. The BBC Morning Show did an on-site exclusive the day before the opening. This new exhibition explores what influences our appetite and cravings. The exhibition is 66.5 feet long by 15 feet high. The first two pictures are photos of the mural and I added Ron’s art to show the true vibrant colors!