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Spotlight on Kim Johnson

Kim Johnson knew as a tiny tot that she wanted to be an artist, or a mad scientist. She found, however, that she really had an affinity towards those creative types, so her future seemed certain. With a Graphic Design degree in her pocket she went on to work for an animation ...

Kim Johnson

Kim Johnson   Kim Johnson. I have one of those generic names that nobody can remember.   If it were a more exotic name, like Pol Turgeon, it might be easier to remember. But it isn’t. it’s Kim Johnson, Kim Johnson, Kim Johnson! There- maybe now you can remember it. That said, my illustrations ...

Kim Johnson’s new illustrations

Kim Johnson has a new portfolio with a fun, stylized look.   It is always a treat to see the sketches of a finished work.Why is it that seeing pencil sketches of a finished digital image is so particularly enjoyable?The couple in the above three images seem to be collecting tourist stickers on their travels...       Check ...

Kim Johnson

Kudos to Kim for amazing Container Store Ad - see full page in NYTimes ...

A Plethora of Snowmen!

We would like to show a plethora of snowmen from our illustrators. From whimsical and playful to nostalgic, our talented artists get immersed in the season. Chris O'Leary's illustration harkens back to simpler times. His image has a magical quality to it and we love the emotions it conjures up seeing father and son ...

The Weather Outside is Frightful

Oh, the weather outside is frightful...or soon to be anyway. Admittedly, the weather could be worse. New York has yet to get a sufficient blanketing of snow after all. It's coming though and in anticipation of the winter chill we're showing some frightfully cold illustrations. Brace yourself!  ...

Richard Faust Profiled in Diabetic Living Magazine

The editor at Better Homes and Gardens Diabetic Living magazine, Martha Miller Johnson, wanted to profile Richard's work as a regular contributor to the magazine. As someone who is diabetic also, Richard Faust knows all too well the challenges faced by those living with this diagnosis. He finds healing through his art, however, and creates ...

February is Bird-Feeding Month

Kim Johnson's beautiful, colorful illustration of the blue jay is perfect for Bird-Feeding Month. Due to a shortage of food in the harsh winter months, Bird-Feeding Month was started to remind us to fill our bird feeders to help our feathered friends out until spring brings back a sufficient food supply. See more colorful work from ...