for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
Bella Pilar’s illustrations could be seen on the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week schedule and social media. She also appeared at Lincoln Center for an exclusive signing event with Papyrus where she greeted fans and signed cards featuring custom-created illustrations. Visit Bella’s blog for more photos.
Exclusive signing event at Papyrus in New York City
Premier Papyrus artist Bella Pilar greeted fans at an exclusive signing event at Papyrus’ Time Warner Center location in honor of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
for Chronicle Books
The Little Book of Jewish Celebrations by Ronald Tauber
From Yelena’s blog: “It feels like just yesterday that I was submitting sketches for this project, and now it’s a finished, beautiful object that I can hold in my hands. Ronald Tauber’s The Little Book of Jewish Celebrations – with thirteen full-page color illustrations, a gold foil motif and hand lettering on the cover, and illustrated endpapers – will be available from Chronicle Books on September 2nd. Hooray for designer Allison Weiner and Chronicle for preserving the art of exquisite book publishing.”
for Proto Magazine
Illustration for ‘What Lies Beneath’ in the Spring issue of the biomedical quarterly
for Papyrus & Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
Fans are invited to meet premier Papyrus artist, Bella Pilar, at two exclusive signing events in honor of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Bella will be at the Papyrus Time Warner Center location (10 Columbus Circle, NYC) on Saturday, September 6th (1-4pm) and at Lincoln Center on Sunday, September 7th (1-3pm) to greet Fashion Week visitors in the Event lobby. Bella’s signature artwork can be seen on the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week schedule and across social media (visit @Papyrusbrand on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram). Read the official press release here.
recognized by the Interactive Design Institute (UK)
Named one of the top 12 designers and illustrators from Canada by IDI’s blog, The Creative Drum. Writer Tom McCallum says: “His off-beat humour and endearing character illustrations have also made him an influential figure among illustrators worldwide.”