Jill Calder was one of ten illustrators hired by The Guardian for a series celebrating The Jungle Book. Here illustration was shared over 300 times! To read about why Jill chose this scene from "Mowgli's Brothers" click here to go to The Guardian.
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, and Creative Director Eric Rindal, Hruby’s distinctive utopian style was utilized as a visual means of presenting the company’s... read more
World-renowned professional snowboarder and Jackson Hole native, Travis Rice, approached fellow Jackson Hole native Tim Tomkinson about creating some snowboards with him for Wyoming Tourism. This happened during the same time as the opening of his new Asymbol Gallery in downtown Jackson, so Tim was already feeling pretty creatively inspired.... read more
This #InspirationFriday, we're taking you into Jill Calder's sketchbook for a peek at her character development process. Our advice to those who want to be pro illustrators but aren't sure where to begin: draw, draw, and then draw some more. Take a page out of Calder's punchy, perfectly imperfect journal and try... 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.
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,” where ten of 26 “rising stars...who are shaping the South” also received ... read more
Illustrator and letterer Jill Calder's got us thinking about our New Year's resolutions in a bold new way: with this Inspiration Friday's fresh color palette, pen and brush strokes that say "Hello, it's me," and characters we wouldn't mind meeting in real life. Oh–and more fish for us, too,... read more
Quiet, serene illustrations by Shana Torok were published in The Washington Post’s on December 17, 2015 to accompany “Lives Remembered: 10 Things Only You Know Now,” adapted from Leslie Pietrzyk’s 2015 collection of stories... read more
Adobe Creative Jam Los Angeles Mural from Patrick Hruby on Vimeo. Illustrator Patrick Hruby was tasked with creating a mural in his signature style for the recent Adobe Creative Jam in Los Angeles. Check out this time-lapse video of Hruby's process in hyper-speed, moving from within Adobe Illustrator out into the world. We love his finishing touch, a turret with a flag... 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 getting into the holiday spirit. Yuletide can be tough – so for today's ... read more