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Check out our new look, with updated portfolios from over 1500 illustrators and animators. Artists are vetted through the Directory of Illustration marketing program, so you’ll find only the most professional talent here.

The images are the real heroes, with a new homepage that includes a rotation of Featured Artists, plenty of New Work and a unique Job Showcase highlighting recent commercial and editorial projects. Larger images and enhanced navigation make it easier than ever for art buyers to find the perfect illustrator for any project.

Serbin Communications worked with Jake Stutzman and his team at Elevate LLC to re-imagine both the front-end and the back-end of Art directors who use the site to find talent are enjoying a simpler, more immediate search experience and a design that focuses on the joy of discovery. At the same time, Elevate designed a smoother, more intuitive interface for artists and reps to upload their portfolios.

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Hannah Davies for Conde Nast Traveller Magazine

This elaborate illustration piece by Hannah Davies was created for a story featured in the June/July issue of Conde Nast Traveller about sex and travel in Mumbai, India.

The artwork displays beautifully crafted lines, suggestive of architecture, mountains, the sun & the moon, and tactile pleasures.

Hannah is represented by Illustration (USA) Inc. See more of Hannah’s illustrations through her Directory of Illustration portfolio and at

Yann Legendre for Star Wars 40th Anniversary

Lucasfilm commissioned Yann Legendre to illustrate 24 stickers in honor of the 40th anniversary of the Star Wars movie, A New Hope.

The stickers are available in the App Store for iMessage and come complete with all 24 illustrations featuring classic characters and lines from the film.

Yann is represented by Debut Art. See more of his through his Directory of Illustration portfolio and at

©Yann Legendre

©Yann Legendre

Eyewash for Mental Floss

Eyewash recently completed an assignment for Mental Floss, featuring five illustrations for an article on Clair Patterson, the scientist who determined the true age of the Earth, created the first “clean room”, and fought for decades to have lead eliminated from gasoline.

The illustrations depict moments from Patterson’s professional life: testing new automotive fuels, digging for core samples in the Artic, and scaling active volcanoes to collect air samples, among others.

Check out more work from Eyewash through his Directory of Illustration portfolio and at





Dahl Taylor for Albany Convention Center

This post originally appeared on the Mendola Artists’ website.

“After two years of planning, Albany-based artist Dahl Taylor was finally able to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new Albany Convention Center, where he created wonderful murals that give a tour of the history of Albany and all of the things it has to offer.

The project included five themed murals in the main lobby focusing on the transportation, commerce, culture, history, and nature of Albany, as well as two additional panels: an impressive overview of Albany in the center’s entrance, and a mural at the top of the escalator which shows Albany’s path to a thriving state capital.

To further enhance visitors’ experience, the Albany County Convention & Visitors Bureau has created an interactive website to accompany the murals and provide additional information about the images.”

Dahl is represented by Mendola Artists. Browse his body of work through his Directory of Illustration portfolio and at

©Dahl Taylor

©Dahl Taylor

©Dahl Taylor

©Dahl Taylor

©Dahl Taylor

Stephanie Hans Creates Variant Cover for XMEN’s Jean Grey Comic Series

One of the main characters from the XMEN comics, Jean Grey, is receiving her own comic book series and Stephanie Hans assisted in creating one of the variant covers for the first book.

Stephanie is represented by Shannon Associates. Check out more of her work through her Directory of Illustration portfolio and at

©Stephanie Hans

Oscar Wilson for The Village Voice

Oscar Wilson was commissioned by The Village Voice, America’s first alt newsweekly, to create a portrait of Donald Trump to accompany an article titled “Stop Making Sense”.

Oscar created the portrait using Trumps’ own words that were selected by the Voice’s editors.

Oscar is represented by Début Art. To view more of Oscar’s work, take a look at his Directory of Illustration portfolio and at

©Oscar Wilson

Jude Buffum x BMW 100th Anniversary

For its 100 anniversary, BMW commissioned Jude Buffum, along with several other artists, to create a piece of art visualizing where transportation might be in the next 100 years.

The volume, The Next 100, contains hundreds of beautiful photos and essays on the subject and each artist involved were asked to give their own predictions on the future of transportation.

The full text for Jude’s work reads:

” ‘If I were to speculate about what transportation will look like in the future, I would call it a mixture of the familiar and the fantastic,’ says Jude Buffum. Maybe the fuel that drives it would cost nothing, he adds. And maybe it would draw on various energy sources around us: hydrogen, wind power or solar energy. But what is paramount for this American artist is that it must be environmentally friendly. Perhaps, he muses, we don’t really need to be mobile at all and driving a car will be a nostalgic pastime. This exciting vision is illustrated by his work “No Turn on Red”. For, as he explains, while we are waiting for our atoms to reassemble themselves correctly after being beamed through the galaxy, we will have plenty of time to experience through video games what it was once like for our forebears to drive a car.”

Jude is represented by Mendola Artists. See more of his work through his Directory of Illustration portfolio and at



Chris Edser for Nike

Chris Edser recently created various tiling illustrations for Nike (Jordan Brand) telling iconic stories from Michael Jordan’s career. Art directed by Daniel WhiteneckThe Last Shot and Poison (The infamous Flu game) are up as printed wallpapers in the change rooms of the new exclusive Jordan superstore in Hong Kong. You can read more about the store opening at this link.

Chris Edser is represented by the Illustration Room. See much more of his work at


Chris Edser for Nike


Chris Edser for Nike


Chris Edser for Nike


Chris Edser for Nike