Animal Illustration

Margaux Carpentier for London Zoo

Margaux Carpentier teamed up with the London Zoo to create these fun murals featuring the cheeky, mischevious squirrel monkey.

We think the illustrations capture the true playful spirit of the small, slender primate.

Margaux is represented by Central Illustration Agency. See more of her work through her Directory of Illustration portfolio and at centralillustration.com.

©Margaux Carpentier

©Margaux Carpentier

©Margaux Carpentier

©Margaux Carpentier

©Margaux Carpentier

Greg Newbold for BioMerieux

Greg Newbold created these fully digital paintings for BioMerieux, a French-based multinational corporation with a US division that specializes in testing for biological pathogens.

This set of illustrations is for a testing machine & process called Gene Up that tests food products before they go out to stores, to ensure they are safe and free of food-borne pathogens.

To see more of Greg’s work, visit his Directory of Illustration portfolio and his website: gregnewbold.com.

©Greg Newbold

©Greg Newbold

©Greg Newbold

©Greg Newbold

©Greg Newbold

©Greg Newbold

©Greg Newbold

©Greg Newbold

©Greg Newbold

©Greg Newbold

©Greg Newbold

©Greg Newbold

©Greg Newbold

©Greg Newbold

©Greg Newbold

©Greg Newbold

Jane Mjolsness: The Tale of the Tail

The Tale of the Tail: Envision bright animals illuminating story pages and igniting youthful imaginations. In a fresh and funky style. This is exactly what illustrated book “The Tale of the Tail” , written by Susan Howard, accomplishes.  Illustrations created by Jane Mjolsness introduce an alternative medium to book illustration: collage. Playing on color and texture and using gouache on vintage paper, Jane Mjolsness’s images flutter through pages in a playful, fun fashion.

Keep an eye out for the Howard’s book, soon to be published.

To view more from Jane Mjolsness’s portfolio: http://bit.ly/1TKjliV

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©Jane Mjolsness

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©Jane Mjolsness

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©Jane Mjolsness

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©Jane Mjolsness