First, Why Illustration?
In a world of instant digital photography, one may ask, why pay an illustrator when I can just take a picture?
• Some concepts are abstract and require an illustration
(or lots and lots of words, but why burden your audience?)
• Illustrations reproduce better in print
(a black and white interior book illustration reads a lot better than a grayscale photo)
• In a world of instant digital photography, why look like everybody else?
A good illustration provides a unique, fresh and professional look to your project.
• and many more reasons…
Contact us to find out how illustrations can benefit your project!
Hummel Illustration. Children’s book illustrations and cartoons by Benjamin Hummel. Emphasis on strong character design, story-telling, and lively color palettes. Award-winning work featured by ArtsyShark.com, JacketFlap.com, Visual Storytellers Studio, Society of Children’s Book Writer’s and Illustrators and in other children’s book articles.
Application: Age group: 3-10-year-olds. Great for children’s books, murals, children’s publications (magazines, blogs, newsletters, newspapers), greeting cards, and more.
Painting for Life. Rockwellian and painterly illustrations by Benjamin Hummel. Featuring Western, coastal, schoolhouse, childhood nostalgia and other art genres.
Application: Older, traditional and spiritual market. Those who love history, baseball, Rockwell, and Westerns. Great for book covers, fine art prints, inspirational cards, journals, and puzzles.
Something to Cherish. Cherish Flieder creates unique handmade feminine style illustrations with her watercolor mixed-media illustration techniques. These multi-layered illustrations bring a sophisticated whimsy to the written word.
Application: Young, hip, female audience. Great for textile design, paper products, young adult editorial, greeting cards, journals, and more.