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Editorial Submission :: Gerardo Suzán

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Editorial Submission :: Gerardo Suzán

Editorial Submission :: Gerardo Suzán

Editorial Submission :: Gerardo Suzán

Editorial Submission :: Gerardo Suzán

Gerardo Suzán is an illustrator working professionally since 1985. He focuses mainly on books for young people but his work also appears in advertising, posters, magazines and newspapers. He has won several prizes in Mexico, Japan and USA.

Migration has always been a central topic throughout Gerardo Suzán’s artistic career. The work shown above from one of his children’s books speaks of the importance of self-identity and cultural roots.

Suzán’s formal education includes graphic design at the National School of Visual Arts in México, as well as etching and drawing at the Centro dell’ Incisione with Gigi Pedroli and with Giuliana Consilvio in Milan. He attended the Illustration Seminar organized by the UNESCO and the ACCU (Asian Cultural Center for the UNESCO) taught by Dusan Kallay in Moravany, Slovakia.

You can see more of Gerardo’s work on his website.

 

Posted by James on 10/21/14 under editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Shauna Lynn

Post by Natalie

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Shauna Lynn is a hand lettering artist and illustrator located in Orlando, Florida. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Florida with a concentration in Graphic Design. After graduating, she held several design jobs and now works as a full time freelance illustrator. She has an unhealthy obsession with typography and loves to create side projects based around lettering, such as her Three Word Stories project and positive quotes. She works out of her home studio with her puppy, Teddy.

See more of Shauna’s work on her website.

Posted by Natalie on 10/14/14 under artists,editorial submissions
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Keith Negley – Emotive Editorial Illustration

Post by Heather Ryerson

Keith Negley

Keith Negley

Keith Negley

Keith Negley

Keith Negley

Keith Negley’s moody, evocative editorial illustrations cannot be dismissed with a glance. They instead capture and entrance viewers, provoking pensive contemplation. Negley’s work combines high concept with strong composition and refined color palettes to create sophisticated yet accessible visuals that strengthen the written works they accompany. His illustrations can be found in respected news publications such as The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, and NPR as well as among the pages of top publishing houses McSweeney’s and Nobrow. He attended The School of Visual Arts in New York and now lives in Washington.

See more of his work in his portfolio or on his blog.

 

Posted by Heather Ryerson on 10/02/14 under artists,Blogroll,conceptual,editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Barry Lee

Post by Natalie

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Barry Lee is an Atlanta based freelance illustrator who has a love for bright colors, weird characters and pop culture. He feels humor can be universal through illustration and gains inspiration everywhere from early eighties funk records to the Muppets. Follow him on Instagram @barrydraws for daily sketches.
You can see more of Barry’s work on his website.

Posted by Natalie on 09/30/14 under artists,editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Jessica Roux

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Editorial Submission :: Jessica Roux

Editorial Submission :: Jessica Roux

Editorial Submission :: Jessica Roux

Editorial Submission :: Jessica Roux

Jessica Roux is a Brooklyn based illustrator and designer. She is originally from the woodlands of North Carolina, where she grew up surrounded by an abundance of nature. Using subdued colors and rhythmic shapes, she renders flora and fauna with intricate detail reminiscent of old world beauty.

You can see more of Jessica’s work on her website.

 

Posted by James on 09/24/14 under editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Jana Curll

Post by Natalie

Jana Curll is an icon obsessed, color hungry illustrator working from the rainy Sunshine Coast of British Columbia. She loves to create quirky work that engages and delights both the young and the young at heart.

See more of Jana’s work on her website.

 

Posted by Natalie on 09/16/14 under artists,editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Dave Douglass

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Editorial Submission :: Dave Douglass

Dave Douglass is a Midwest-raised designer/illustrator living in Los Angeles with his wife and 3 lovely kiddos. Dave is completely inspired by his children and they influence his work in a major way…and “provide a nice distraction.”

He’s been focused on the lettering-based illustration style you see above as well as maps and logos. His work is colorful and playful but also restricted in color scheme and meticulously planned.

You can see more of Dave’s work on his website.

 

Posted by James on 09/10/14 under editorial submissions
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Natsko Seki: dynamic urban illustrations

Post by Heather Ryerson

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Natsko Seki collages lively, saturated scenes of urban life from her own drawings and photographs. Begging to be explored, each illustration is populated with human activity and contains clues left by a moment in time that—if only yesterday—is now lost. Iconic architecture stands as a grandiose reminder that Seki’s people are living in the shadows of history and are unknowing participants in the writing of their city’s centuries. Seki’s interest in architecture, fashion, and contemporary urban life has landed her commissions with Transport for London, Royal Historic Palaces, The Guardian, Bloomsbury, and Hermès. In 2013, Louis Vuitton published a book of Seki’s London illustrations as part of their travel books collection. Seki grew up in Tokyo and studied illustration in Brighton, UK. She now lives in London.

A look into Natsko Seki’s process | Online Portfolio

Posted by Heather Ryerson on 09/10/14 under collage,design,digital,editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Renata Owen

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Editorial Submission :: Renata Owen

Editorial Submission :: Renata Owen

Editorial Submission :: Renata Owen

Editorial Submission :: Renata Owen

Editorial Submission :: Renata Owen

Meet Renata Owen, an illustrator and designer from Surabaya, Indonesia.
Renata uses copious amounts of rich, ornamental detail in her work, which along with an soft, exquisite color palette, results in images that feel dreamy, complex and inviting.

You can see more of Renata’s work on her website.

 

Posted by James on 08/27/14 under editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Bett Norris

Post by Natalie

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Bett Norris is an illustrator living in the lively city of Bristol, UK. She earned a degree in illustration from the University of the West of England and since then has worked on a variety of projects including editorial work, social media campaigns, exhibitions and most recently an animation for The School of Life. She finds inspiration in packaging, travel posters and classic design. Experimenting with shape, color and line she fuses traditional drawing techniques with digital technology to produce bespoke illustration, pattern design, portraiture and typography.

See more of Bett’s work here.

Posted by Natalie on 08/19/14 under artists,editorial submissions
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