We love Sky Pie's ability to make the simple extraordinary by color and repetition. See more of his work above! #inspireme #inspirationfriday
When Geof Kern got to work on a series for durable/easy to clean rugs by Perennials Fabrics, he did exactly what people were afraid of. Taking an artful twist, he made seemingly disasterous accidents seem graceful and beautiful. See the images above, or in action at Perennials Fabrics!
HAPPY THANKSGIVING from F+J to yours! We have a lot to be thankful for, including the support and love from our Friend and Johnson community. And obviously thankful for pie... Illustration by Rinee Shah from her Advice for the Week Series!
Tim Tomkinson's new piece out in the November 2016 issue of Outside Magazine, playing off of the classic “Evolution of Man” diagram. But this shows the evolution of the Outdoor Adventure Man, from scruffy ski bum to Filson-clad world traveller.
Stanford Medicine Magazine has drawn upon illustrator Paul Wearing for his concise and colorful work for many years now. For a recent issue framing new diagnostic developments in the areas of investigation and health monitoring, Wearing worked with Art Director Dennis McLeod from David Armario... read more
We have some exciting news here at F+J! You see this wild invention dreamed up by #fjartist Sky Pie Studios? It didn't just make ice coffee... It also made the winner's list with the AI-AP's International Motion Art Awards! Way to go!
Karolin Schnoor's assignment was to create illustrations that targeted the 'mobile business' audience and addressed protection and security to a wide range of people who are now have the freedom to work anywhere.
Jeff Luker collaborated with 180 LA to create striking authentic imagery for Asics and Girls on the Run Extra Mile challenge. Now in their 25th year as the footwear and apparel partner of the TCS New York City Marathon, Asics has been urging participants and other athletes to log their “extra miles” in the ... read more
Archive Magazine Interview Caroline Tomlinson, how did you get into illustration? I worked as a designer for 15 years in London. Over time it became more and more apparent I wanted to move into illustration and have that as my sole focus, as I was the most... read more