Anna Godeassi created the cover illustration of The Washington Post‘s Health & Science section. Anna’s conceptual illustration introduces the article, “Hormone therapy, long shunned for a possible breast cancer link, is now seen as a short-term treatment for menopause symptoms.” See more of Anna Godeassi’s work here. Read The Washington Post article here.
The multi-talented Anna Godeassi has illustrated this piece for Wall Street Journal’s “Why Forgetfulness Might Actually Help You” which discusses how actual forgetfulness may indicate a healthy level of creativity and focus. Who knew? See more work by Anna here.
This year, we received incredible concepts for our 2019 tote bags from our brilliant artists and these are the winning designs. The bags come with our illustration look books where you can see fantastic examples of the work in bright printed living color. Douglas Jones went with a timelessly quirky idea for the year of the […]
In today’s paper for ” The New York Times, the headline grabbing article, “How To Retire in Your 30’s With $1 Million in the Bank” was accompanied by this conceptual illustration by Anna Godeassi. Anna’s editorial style captures the essence of the article where the everyday reader relates to working a never ending job with dreams of […]
Client: The New York Times | Description: The Sunday Style section article, “The New Generation of Virtual Personal Assistants,” introduces companies like Fiverr, Upwork, Magic, and TaskRabbit. Anna Godeassi’s illustration and gif animation takes account of all the services available.