Chiara Vercesi was commissioned by the magazine of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health to create an illustration for their Spring 2021 issue on climate change and the flight for a healthier and more equitable plant. See more of Chiara’s work here.
Chiara Vercesi was commissioned by BBDO to illustrate the Lincoln Park Zoo’s campaign The Price of Extinction, which was released on Earth Day. This campaign highlights 5 of the most threatened species represented at their zoo with a limited edition series of Zoo passes. See more of Chiara Vercesi’s work here.
Chiara Vercesi was commissioned by Quartz to illustrate the cover of their weekly field guide, titled, “The Future of the Digital Workplace.” The pandemic has fueled a leap forward in the development of digital workplace tools, creating an arena for real, vibrant competition among tech giants and startups and raising looming questions about how the […]
Chiara Vercesi was commissioned by The Circular Tour to create a series of illustrations representing the city of Taranto in Puglia, Italy. The Circular Tour is an initiative which celebrates the cooperation between Eni and Coldiretti to valorize the Italian agri-food chain. It is a six week long virtual tour of Italy, aiming to show […]
Chiara Vercesi illustrated Virginia Living‘s 2020 “Best of Virginia” issue, which highlights the top shopping, dining, and things to do in the state of Virginia. This project was completed under the art direction of Ann Harvey. See more of Chiara Vercesi’s work here.
Chiara Vercesi created an illustration for The Wall Street Journal‘s Real Estate section. Her illustration accompanies the article “First Comes Love. Then Comes Homeownership: How to manage the stress of buying a home with your partner or spouse.” See more of Chiara’s work here. Read The Wall Street Journal article here.
Chiara Vercesi created the cover illustration for The Wall Street Journal Real Estate section’s article “Selling Your Home? It’s What’s on the Outside That Counts.” This article discusses a new study showing that curb appeal can boost a house’s value by 7% or more. See more of Chiara’s work here. Read The Wall Street Journal […]
Chiara Vercesi created an illustration for the New York Times’ article, “This Is the Cost of Your Beauty Routine.” The article sheds light on the environmental impact of beauty products. See more of Chiara’s work here. Read the New York Times article here.
Chiara Vercesi created the cover illustration for 5280 Magazine’s article “Nurture Wants to Change the Way You Take Care of Yourself.” This article explores the many innovative features of the new wellness center Nurture in Denver, CO. See more of Chiara’s work here. Read the 5280 Magazine article here.
Chiara Vercesi illustrated the Italian cooperative credit bank, Cassa Rurale Rotaliana e Giovo’s newest campaign, “Eticittà.” The bank loved the organic feel of Chiara’s sketches so much that they used them as their final illustrations. She created a map of “Eticittà,” a utopian city showcasing the values of Cassa Rurale Rotaliana e Giovo. The city […]
Chiara Vercesi created an illustration for the Wall Street Journal‘s article “HIPAA Can’t Handle Big Tech.” This article explores Google’s deal with Ascension to handle millions of patient records, including full names, test results and diagnoses. People are confused and concerned about the safety of their personal health information. See more of Chiara’s work here.
Chiara Vercesi created the cover illustration for Deloitte’s article “Six Imperatives for Chief Strategy Officers in Health Care.” This article explores the pivotal role of strategy leaders as the health care industry moves toward a future dominated by consumer-driven change, emerging technologies, and evolving regulation. See more of Chiara’s work here. See the Deloitte article […]
Chiara Vercesi created a new illustration series for I love Guido, a tour-sharing website: Guido is a platform where a heritage lovers community can connect and visitors who are willing to enjoy a tour together can share the cost of a guide. See more of Chiara’s work 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 […]
Our clients seem to have an insatiable need for maps. Capable of providing direction on a global or small scale, maps serve an important role in our lives. Publications, universities, resorts, and games all use maps. Leave it to illustrators to invent unique ways to show us where we’re going. We’ve selected a cross […]
2017 was a turbulent year for many of us for a variety of reasons. Through it all, Rapp illustrators found projects that brought happiness. Some commissioned, some self-initiated. Below you will find a curated virtual gallery of each artist’s most happy image from 2017 along with a brief explanation of why it made them happy. […]