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Robin Moline was commissioned by Zoom Collaborate to create this illustration for use on their website.  The site has finally launched, and we get to see Robin’s work in action.  The home page features animation that zooms in on various parts of the illustration so you can see some of the details close up:

Robin Moline, represented by Jennifer Vaughn Artist Agency
Robin Moline – Zoom Collaborate

Robin Moline, represented by Jennifer Vaughn Artist Agency

Robin Moline – detail of illustration on Zoom Collaborate site
Robin Moline, represented by Jennifer Vaughn Artist Agency
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Mariya Paskovsky has been working on new collections for her illustration portfolio, and here is a sneak peek of just some of what she’s been up to.  She created this series by hand with pen and ink and added the color digitally.  Here’s a bit about Mariya’s inspiration for these gorgeous illustrations, in her own words:

“The girls with flowers are the result of beautiful Victorian 19th century flower illustrations that I am collecting. I wanted to created something vintage or “chic and antique” looking inspired by tea cups, dentelle (lace), and English roses.”

Beautiful new illustrations by Mariya Paskovsky

Beautiful new illustrations by Mariya Paskovsky

Mariya Paskovsky – Flower Bride
Mariya Paskovsky – Flower Girl 1
Mariya Paskovsky – Flower Girl 2

Product illustration – fashion

Mariya Paskovsky – Flower Girl 3
Mariya Paskovsky – Rosa Carolina Corymbosa
Mariya Paskovsky – Would you like some tea?

 

Steve Moors created this colorful illustration for the spring 2013 issue of Fordham Lawyer magazine.  The image was for an article titled Global Partners, in which 4 Fordham Law professors discuss international human rights.  We’re big fans of Steve’s strong editorial style!

Steve Moors illustrates for Fordham Lawyer magazine

Steve Moors illustrates for Fordham Lawyer magazine

Steve Moors – Global Partners illustration

Steve Moors – Fordham Lawyer magazine – Spring 2013

Christophe Lopez-Huici works with a lot of bands to design and illustrate their CD covers, as well as their posters for performances.  While a lot of people are familiar with Christophe’s illustration and claymation, we thought we would share some of his music poster work for a change.  Christophe’s groovy style makes for some super cool posters, and he does all of the hand lettering as well:

Christophe Lopez-Huici – Dirty Water poster
Christophe Lopez-Huici – Pop-a-licious poster
Christophe Lopez-Huici – Go Banazz poster
Christophe Lopez-Huici – Pop-a-licious 2 poster

Poster illustration by Christophe Lopez-Huici

Poster illustration by Christophe Lopez-Huici

Christophe Lopez-Huici – Smog Trash Party poster

Poster illustration by Christophe Lopez-Huici

Poster illustration by Christophe Lopez-Huici

Christophe Lopez-Huici – Smog Trash Party 2 poster

Martha Rich was commissioned by Johns Hopkins University to create some of her fun food illustrations for their Johns Hopkins Magazine.  Martha’s yummy illos were used in an article titled “From Farm to Plate to Policy” about the food reform movement and the demand for healthy sustainable foods in all levels of society around the world.  Very interesting article, and Martha’s work really livens up the pages!

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Artist Martha Rich food illustration

Artist Martha Rich food illustration

Martha Rich – Food!

Martha Rich: Shrimp illustration

Martha Rich: Shrimp illustration

Martha Rich – Shrimp!

Martha Rich: Steak illustration

Martha Rich: Steak illustration

Martha Rich – Steak!
Martha Rich – Apple!
Martha Rich – Illustration for Johns Hopkins Magazine
Martha Rich – Illustration for Johns Hopkins Magazine