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.
The first day of spring and light snow is in the air! Allergy season is right around the corner – that is if we ever see spring! A nice allergy related image by John Walker – check his portfolio for more great images!
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 example of retro art by Larry Jones. It doesn’t happen often but there are times when a client needs retro art for a specific project. Larry has a great collection of this type of art that he has created over the years – let us know if you need to see examples. There are a few of these images in his current portfolio.
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.
Clients are always looking for icons for various projects – here is a selection of icons in various styles that were created by Ron Magnes. Check his portfolio for more examples and view Ron’s web site – http://www.ronmagnes.com
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.
Peter creates edgy digital illustration and animation for advertising, corporate, and publishing clients with a specialization in creating fun games for i-devices and the web. His programs of choice include 2D Photoshop, 3D Lightwave, Cinema4D, Unity3D, Silo2, Modo, and Web/OS game programming Unity3D. Recently he has created interactive worlds for new platforms such as the iPhone/Pad/Touch devices using Unity3D game engine.