Illustrations That Inspire

Universities are producing well designed, high quality publications as a means of staying connected to alumni, faculty, and students. Much of the content focuses on noteworthy alumni, prestigious faculty research, and student life. University publications regularly use our artists because we offer a variety of styles ranging from portraits (great for alumni donors) to process-oriented artists (perfect for research projects).

Cornell University, ECE Connections Magazine: Stephanie Dalton Cowan

Stephanie Dalton Cowan created this compelling cover on Big Data.

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American University Magazine, Bruce Morser

Bruce Morser created a series of portraits honoring the generosity of university alumni.Bruce_Morser_DAR-Barnard profile

Bruce Morser_DAR_Tom spreadSeattle University Magazine: Pushart
PushArt’s cut paper technique was able to capture the landscape of Seattle which serves as an inspiration to their students.

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Baylor Magazine, Jon Reinfurt
Baylor celebrated the 50th anniversary of C.S. Lewis’ passing in their latest issue. Jon Reinfurt’s illustration displays imagery from The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, including 15 various titles peeking out in the background.

CSL2Vanderbilt Magazine, Traci Daberko
Traci Daberko’s organic style is a perfect fit for an article on “green” initiatives.Tracy_Daberko_Vanderbilt_Wtr14_36-37John Hopkins University School of Music, Peabody Magazine: Eva Vazquez
Eva’s lyrical style is ideal for Hopkin’s School of Music.

Peabody_JodyHein(1)Harvard Public Health, Shaw Nielsen
Shaw Nielsen’s whimsical work helps humanize an article on microbes.
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