Featured Artist: Richard Weiss
Richard's work his influenced by the look of 1920's travel posters, 1930's fashion illustration, and the airbrush look of the 1940’s and 1950's. This influence produces a versatile, distinctive and award winning conceptual style informed with a modernist vocabulary.
Featured Artist: Dick Palulian
Dick Palulian’s work covers a wide range of topics. His conceptual illustrations get to the heart of today’s concerns about the economy, health care, communication, ecology, diversity and relationships.
Featured Artist: Otto Steininger
Otto's award-winning work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Business Week, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, the BBC and many other publications throughout the world. His most recent project was animating his cover of the March 10, 2014 issue of The New Yorker.
Featured Artist: Adam Niklewicz
Adam is an award-winning illustrator equally at home creating art for editorial as well as commercial use. His imagery is sought after by the business community as well as those who want to convey the “business of life”.
Featured Artist: Roy Scott
Roy's award-winning work is a provocative hybrid of digital and mixed media mash-up. He continually adds new work to his portolfio to stay one step ahead of trends in business, health, education and technology.
A select group of artists whose experience, talent and diverse styles make them perfect for any assignment from editorial to advertising to packaging. View Portfolios
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- American Arbitration Association,
- The Conference Board,
- Warehouse 13,
- The France Foundation,
- John Wiley & Sons,
- North Carolina State Bar Association,
- Bath and Bodyworks,
- Psychotherapy Networker
- and more.
David Hamill, US Department of State
It is a pleasure to work with you and Illustration Source. Your large selection of stock illustrations is expansive, varied, and continually growing. It is really a terrific resource for our public diplomacy work here at the State Department. I can always find a great illustration to use through your website. Your website is like 'brain food' for designers.