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Latest Works and Awards!

Updated: Mar 20

Martin French received a Gold Award for the Wes100 poster in the

Illustration West 62 Exhibition!

Martin's distinctive style, an interplay of marks, signs, and symbols has

been recognized internationally over the years, for its dynamic visual

exploration of life and culture.

This award is well deserved by this outstanding artist!



Darya Shnykina's Award of Excellence:

Darya's work for Deseret News was selected for inclusion in the beautiful Communication Arts Illustration Annual.

The illustrations were created for "The Women that ‘Me too’ Left Behind",

an article about sexual harassment and violence in women's prisons.

We also love the lettering and layout by Art Director Eric Gillett.



Two of Shane Cluskey's works for Atheneum Books and author Joy McCullough

will be included in

The Society of Illustrators 66th annual exhibition in New York, in April.






Michael Waraksa's fun illustration for the article

"What does Chicago need next? A rebranding" for Crain's Chicago Business




Adam Niklewicz illustrated "Are Student Surveys the Right Tools for Evaluating Teacher Performance?" for Education Next





Mary Haasdyk Vooys illustrated an article about shelters

for victims of domestic violence, for New York Times Opinion





NEW ARTIST!  Anagh Banerjee illustrated the cover and interior article for World.

Anagh is an award winning artist from Mumbai, now living in NY, who works primarily in printmaking. He created this dramatic artworks as woodcut prints.





Melcher Oosterman created a series of illustrations for Adidas

LIFT OFF: WEIGHTLIFTING VS. POWERLIFTING 101



Lorenzo Conti has been busy illustrating a series of book coves for Reycraft

Book one and two in The Sasquatch series are already in bookstores










Danijel Zezelj's new graphic novel!

Like a Dog is based on selected works by Franz Kafka (A Hunger Artist, The Trial, Blue Notebooks, A Message from the Emperor..), 104 pages, published in Croatia, Slovenia, Germany and Italy.

Available for publication in other countries.

Contact us if interested in viewing it.



Jorge González

After a very successful limited edition of 500 copies, The Shadow of The Wind is now available as a collector’s edition for the wider audience. Illustrated by award winning artist Jorge González, the book, by Carlos Ruiz Zafón, is published by The Folio Society.

Now shortlisted for the V&A Illustration Award!






Ben Pearce illustrated an article for the Volvo magazine Edit,

the artwork was for an article about a new safety feature in the small electric city car EX30. which can detect cyclists and helps avoid opening the door in front of someone




Dominic Bugatto, a new personal work, "Pizza"





Virginia Mori: Immigration, for Deseret News, was shortlisted for

Communication Arts Illustration Annual





Glenda Sburelin's cutest mole was a finalist at the Bologna Children Book Fair.

The illustration is from the book ÉCOUTE, recently published by Balivernes






Dima Kashtalyan illustrated "In it for the Log Haul"

for Canadian Running Magazine






Jay Vollmar cover for Westword





Wai's new Fashion + Lifestyle works: View it on her page.





Oleg Buyevsky created a series of illustrations for

"The Millennial Left on the Couch"

for Jacobin (DE)






Matt Rota created a series of illustrations for an article about the importance of

learning to let go of the past, and how to move forward, for Psychologie Heute







Clémence Pollet illustrated Pollux 34, published by Benjamins Media

The book just reached all bookstores in France






Danlin Zhang has been busy with various book covers, here is the beautiful illustration for A Study in Drowning, for the September gift box by Owlcrate





Michael Meister has been busy with an animation for Basel Public Transports, here is just one of the frames






I hope you enjoyed viewing the artworks, do not hesitate to get in touch!

All my best,

Maria



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