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Editorial Submission :: Bett Norris

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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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Editorial Submission :: Nip Rogers

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Editorial Submission :: Nip Rogers

Editorial Submission :: Nip Rogers

Editorial Submission :: Nip Rogers

Editorial Submission :: Nip Rogers

Editorial Submission :: Nip Rogers

Nip Rogers has been an illustrator over 25 years. Growing up in upstate New York, he was influenced by years spent in urban environments during college and later travels to Kenya, Malaysia, and what is now Seychelles.

Nip’s approach to his art is fueled by years of cartoon watching mixed with the training he received from George Washington University where he earned a BA in 1983 and an MFA in 1987. He also credits a dyslexia diagnosis for helping him to “think in pictures”.

You can see more Nip’s work here.

Posted by James on 08/12/14 under editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Mindy Carpenter

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Mindy Carpenter is a painter originally from Victoria, BC and now living in Ashland, Oregon. She worked in the gift and stationery industry for over 15 years and one year ago started her own greeting card company, Carpe Diem Paper, featuring her original paintings. Her happy and nostalgic work includes images from her childhood and objects she has collected over the years including vintage typewriters, trophies, quirky chairs, and funny animals in clothing. She also has a deep connection to the ocean and her paintings are often inspired by nautical subjects and aquatic life. 

See more of Mindy’s work on her website.

Posted by Natalie on 08/06/14 under artists,editorial submissions
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Julia Denos: Fashion & Children’s Illustrator

Post by Heather Ryerson

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Julia Denos

Julia Denos

Julia Denos

Julia Denos

Julia Denos’ loose, colorful illustrations are sure to make girls everywhere ooh and ah. Her quick lines and saturated colors say a lot with a little and her playful evocation of texture and pattern is pitch perfect for children’s fashion. She has illustrated numerous picture books for girls like I Had A Favorite Dress, Just Being Audrey, and Grandma’s Gloves. Candlewick Press, HarperCollins, Penguin, RandomHouse, Scholastic, and Highlights are amongst her many clients.

See more of her work on her website.

Posted by Heather Ryerson on 07/31/14 under artists,children's art,editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Ji Hyun Yu

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Editorial Submission :: Ji Hyun Yu

Editorial Submission :: Ji Hyun Yu

Editorial Submission :: Ji Hyun Yu

Editorial Submission :: Ji Hyun Yu

Seoul, South Korea-native Ji Hyun Yu is an illustrator currently based in Germany. She graduated from the University of Applied Sciences in Mainz, Germany with a B.A. in Communication Design and since has worked as a freelance illustrator and member of an illustration collective called “Parallel Universe”. Ji draws her inspiration from people, fashion, nature, other illustrators, designers, and creative people. She describes her work as simple, humorous, and quirky.

You can see more of Ji’s work here.

Posted by James on 07/30/14 under editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Abbey Lossing

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Abbey Lossing is a freelance illustrator based in Lakewood, NY. Her work is primarily digital, but she also enjoys various forms of printmaking. Her style integrates simple shapes, decorative details and an earthy color palette. When she is not in the studio you can find her traveling around the United States and rock climbing.

See more of Abbey’s work on her website.

Posted by Natalie on 07/23/14 under artists,editorial submissions
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Brian Stauffer: a conceptual take on social issues

Posted by Heather Ryerson

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Brian Stauffer

Brian Stauffer

Brian Stauffer

Brian Stauffer

Brian Stauffer uses a combination of sketching, painting, and digital collage to create editorial illustrations. Much of his work graces the pages of news and political publications like The New York Times, TIME, The New Yorker, The Nation, and Rolling Stone. His thought-provoking illustrations illuminate social issues and set the proper tone for their accompanying articles. Stauffer’s work would not be out of place at a vintage propaganda poster gallery, but can be found instead at notable art museums and institutes.

Discover his large body of work on his website.

Posted by Heather Ryerson on 07/18/14 under Blogroll,conceptual,design,editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Jeremy Norton

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Editorial Submission :: Jeremy Norton

Editorial Submission :: Jeremy Norton

Editorial Submission :: Jeremy Norton

Editorial Submission :: Jeremy Norton

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Jeremy Norton is a British fine artist and a commercial illustrator working digitally and living in Barcelona.

His work captures the joy, adventure and discovery of growing up. A prolific painter and drawer as a child he seeks to convey that sense of wonder in his current work.

Jeremy’s illustration is influenced by both classic and modern animation and also by Turner, Rembrandt, Titian, impressionist painting and classic 20th century photography and films.

You can see more of Jeremy Norton’s work here.

Posted by James on 07/15/14 under editorial submissions
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Catherine Lepage: Simple, clever editorial illustration

Posted by Heather Ryerson

Catherine Lepage

Catherine Lepage

Catherine Lepage

Catherine Lepage

Catherine Lepage

After studying graphic design and illustration, Catherine Lepage worked at an ad agency where she brainstormed quick and clever ideas and developed an efficient process of creating simple design solutions. She went on to co-found Montreal design studio Ping Pong Ping where she weaves illustration throughout her client work. Catherine Lepage continues to work as an editorial illustrator. See more of her work on her website.

Posted by Heather Ryerson on 07/11/14 under Blogroll,design,editorial submissions
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Editorial Submission :: Marijke Buurlage

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Marijke Buurlage is a Dutch illustrator who lives in Alkmaar, the Netherlands. She graduated from Academie Minerva Groningen in 2013 and has been working as a freelance illustrator ever since. She loves illustrating children’s books, music related projects, screen printing, and drawing animals. She also runs the online shop Viktori featuring her own illustrated products.

See more of Marijke’s work on her website.

Posted by Natalie on 07/09/14 under artists,editorial submissions
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