Today's Artist: Paul Tong
Paul Tong’s goal is always to create visual solutions for his clients that will have a lasting impression on the viewer. His clients include Tribune Media Services, PBS "Frontline" as well as The San Francisco Chronicle, Oxford American and Publis Hal Riney.
Featured Artist: Bek Shakirov
Bek Shakirov's work includes an award-winning campaign for Stolichnaya Vodka as well as illustrations and/or animations for Sony Music, Business Week, The New York Times, Dell, Quadrant HealthCom Inc., T. Rowe Price, and People Magazine.
Featured Artist: Dynamic Duo Studio
Dynamic Duo’s combined backgrounds in graphic design, illustration and painting with expertise in and enthusiasm for the comic book medium produces imagery that stands out from the crowd.
Featured Artist: Roy Scott
Roy's illustration is a hybrid of digital and traditional media. For over twenty years he has been creating conceptual illustrations for editorial, corporate, advertising and publishing clients around the world.
Featured Artist: Simone Golob
Simone has the ability to produce compelling visuals from complex ideas. Frequent themes are science, psychology, ecology, society, career, and contemporary contradictions. Her illustrations have appeared online at NPR, Oprah, Mashable, the Week, Tonic, the Irish Times and Financial news London.
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
Our Clients Include
- Summit Business Media,
- Health Monitor Network,
- The Merrill Anderson Company,
- Edison Electric Institute,
- Harrison and Star,
- Sudler & Hennessey,
- Chubb Group of Insurance
- 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.