SO sad the Olympics are over.. but so fun to see how our #fjartists got thrown into the mix! Check out Caroline Tomlinson, who designed the logo for the #BritishHouseRio, taking some time in Rio to draw on her tablet.
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If this is the first time you have checked out the F+J blog, I will let you know that you came at the right time!
Today is the first Monday of our Behind the Scenes series that will let you see our artist's creative process from start to end. So much goes into making an image/illustration, and the process can often be as exciting as the piece itself. So to kick us off, Jill Calder shows us what it was like to make "Mowgli and... read more
A set of illustrations Karolin Schnoor did for Martha Beck’s advice column in O Magazine about happiness, whether we chose it and how songs about emotions LIE to us all the time. I know she’s right but I still get weepy when I hear Michael Jackson’s rendition of Ain’t No Sunshine. Want to... read more
Looking for a cool Father's Day gift? Moving into a new home? Wanting to finally invest in an original and not just a print? Tim Tomkinson is one of our incredible #fjartist illustrators and he is selling originals and prints of his work on his site. Check it out!... read more
Patrick Hruby worked from the ground up with SF-based Rindal & Co to create a clean, colorful treatment for Recology Organics, including packaging, brochure, and business cards. Alongside the talents of designer, agency partner,... read more
If you read one thing today, make it Adobe's amazing blog post about F+J illustrator Patrick Hruby and the world he magically created for their recent Creative Jam in Los Angeles. Bonus: a time-lapse video showing us all how it was done. ... read more
What do a Fox Sports analyst, the screenwriter and director of the film “Mud,” a debut novelist, rap-gospel artist, and fashion designer have in common? All are featured in Garden & Gun’s February/March issue in “The Southern Hot List,”... read more
For the dog-run site The Droolitzer (it's a thing), F+J artist Shana Torok drew this fuzzy fellow, Morty. Maybe it's just us, but the look on Mortimer Baxter's face implies he's having a hard time... read more
It's food season–er, party season (same thing, right?)–and for their November 2015 issue, GQ put together a long list of the dishes, spreads, drinks, tricks, apps, and more to help make the holidays more palatable. Tim Tomkinson drew the chefs they consulted, from State Bird Provisions in San Francisco to Vernick Food & Drink in Philly, and their top (hint: Asian) condiments of 2015.... read more