George Schill created this illustration for Persad Center’s “Art For Change” Annual Art Auction to be held next month. Approximately 230 artist donate their works for this auction which is held every year. The illustration will appear on the invite & program covers.
There are many times when clients need building illustrations in various forms – city maps, prominent buildings/structures, a college campus, & various architecture – all illustrated realistically. We have done many of these projects over the years – in particular – city maps – and most often aerial views. Here are three good examples by Jim Trusilo – Jacobs Field, Ridgeway Complex, & Rider College Campus Map. If you have a need for this type of project – contact us – we can provide you with plenty of samples!
A nice illustration of Blackbeard from a recent book John Walker illustrated about pirates. A great example of his painterly realism. He reminds me of the characters in the new TV series “Black Sails”!
Eugene Vinitski was born in Moscow into a family of artists. His first source of inspiration was his own father’s work, which he greatly admired. He studied in Moscow at the Central Art School and the All Union State Institute of Cinematography.
For the past 17 years he has tremendously enjoyed being able to pursue his love for art in Switzerland. He has over 15 years computer graphic and illustrator experience. His image problem solving takes many forms that fit the clients’ needs. By combining various situations and objects into bold and interesting angles he is able to convey clear ideas to the viewer in a realistic manner. Most of his early work was in oils, but now he can achieve a similar look which is much faster and easily edited in the computer using his special techniques.
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.
As the Christmas season approaches all thoughts point to the arrival of Santa! John Walker created these two new Santa paintings – even though most of his art is digital, he decided to paint these in a traditional style. Look to the sky this Christmas Eve!
George has been providing award winning conceptual art for years for the advertising, corporate, and editorial markets. He is extremely conceptual in coming up with ideas to solve the needs of clients. His illustrations are created digitally in Photoshop and at times creates acrylic paintings on canvas that are converted into Photoshop files.
John creates artwork for advertising, editorial, and publishing clients using a variety of traditional and digital media. Completed assignments range from point of purchase displays, magazine ads, board games, children’s books, ebooks etc. Many of his projects involve painting people in a representative style, along with animals/dinosaur art using both a realistic and anthropomorphic approach. He paints regularly with traditional methods, mixed media/acrylic on board, but most illustration projects are painted digitally using Photoshop and Corel Painter.
Lee is an internationally acclaimed fine artist who captures all facets of nature and wildlife in his beautiful water color paintings. He has provided art for corporate brochures and books such as the Galapagos Island, National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America and two children’s books. His paintings can be found in various museums and galleries.