Nate Williams illustrated for International Delight’s new line of coffeehouse-inspired creams. The line, Coffeehouse Inspirations, comes in three flavors – Caramel Macchiato, White Chocolate Mocha and Vanilla Latte – allowing you to enjoy your favorite coffeehouse flavors without the coffeehouse price. Visit the website for barista tips and tricks and to check out their online savings calculator to see what you could save each year with Coffeehouse Inspirations.
Archive for January, 2010
Nate Williams will be lecturing at the Society of Illustrators in New York on Friday, February 19th, 2010. As the founder of illustrationmundo.com and a former art director himself, Nate will discuss the dynamics between art director and illustrator, how to ensure your work gets maximum exposure and the importance of being part of the illustration community, both online and off. The lecture will include a print signing and will be followed be a wine and cheese networking event for art directors and illustrators.
Lecture: Friday, February 19th, 2010 6:30 – 8:30pm
Wine & Cheese Networking Reception: 8:30 – 10:00pm
Society of Illustrators 128 E. 63rd St., New York, NY
$15 for non-members, $10 for members and $7 for students
RSVP to Jessica at email@example.com or (212)838-2560
Ana Bagayan has two t-shirts available through Planet Illogica, an online creative community that includes all creative pursuits, from fine art, music, writing, acting, film-making and performing arts to programming, culinary arts, fashion, critical thinking and engineering. The site, which was founded by Mark Murphy, Tonny Sorensen and Ken Goldstein, seeks to inspire creative minded people to create, participate and contribute, mentoring others through inspiration.
Medicine Boy and Chelsea are printed on 100% Supima Cotton Jersey t-shirts and are available now.
Bella Pilar illustrated for San Francisco’s Union Square Ice Rink. Last year the outdoor rink, which is operated by Willy Bietak Productions and surrounds the Macy’s holiday tree, attracted 55 000 skaters over the holiday period. Bella’s illustrations could be seen on outdoor signage surrounding the rink, as well as on the building that houses the zamboni.
Ana Bagayan is featured in Harry Saylor’s new book EdgyCute: From New-Pop to Low Brow and Back Again (Mark Batty Publisher). Harry Saylor, owner of Orbit Gallery, has assembled a group of 47 artists that exemplify the ‘EdgyCute’ aesthetic, where doe-eyed girls and animated desserts often come packed with a punch. Other artists featured in the book include Gary Baseman, Ryan Heshka, Brandi Milne, Motomichi Nakamura and Gary Taxali.
Red Nose Studio and Emiliano Ponzi had work accepted into the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles‘ annual exhibition. This year over 1200 pieces were entered. The winning pieces will be exhibited on the Illustration West 48 web site for two years and in a gallery show later this year. Congratulations go out to all!