Christiane Beauregard is an artist, illustrator and designer who lives and works in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Her first fifteen years of work were focused on creating illustrations, props and background sets for children’s television, animated films and books for children.
She created this illustration for NEWPORT ONE, a recognized leader that develops fundraising campaigns for organizations around the world.
In her free time, Christiane practices yoga and contemporary dance. It has helped her to trust her intuition in the creative process, to increase her awareness, and to constantly renew herself by seeing the world around her with a fresh eye. Her last name in French means “beautiful sense of vision.” How fitting!
More of Christiane’s work can be found on our website
Jamey Christop Illustrated this book mark
Inspired by Sherlock & Watson’s very first case, A Study in Scarlet:
“Get your hat,” he said.
“You wish me to come?”
“Yes, if you have nothing better to do.”
A minute later we were both in a hansom cab, driving furiously for the Brixton Road…
Jamey Christoph illustrated this bookmark for Apple Tree Books as part of Independent Bookstore Day!
Using techniques learned from David Willardson, Joe Heiner has developed a fantastic airbrush and photographic illustration style. Pictured here is some of his work for Choice Organic Teas/Granum, Inc. See more of Joe’s portfolio on our website
Our illustrator, Michael Robertson, created the art for the recently released Big Box of Games.
Stefano Vitale coffee first thing in the morning
A large study determined that those who drank one cup of coffee per day reduced their risk of death by six percent, while those who drank up to three cups daily reduced it by eight percent. The highest reduction in risk of death came for those who consumed three to five cups per day, decreasing their mortality rate by 15 percent. The study found that coffee drinkers were less likely to die from strokes, diabetes, heart disease, suicide, and neurological diseases. The risk of death from cancer, however, did not decrease with coffee consumption. While there was no difference between the consumption of decaf versus regular brews, the results were gathered from nonsmokers only and the correlation persisted after considering age, B.M.I., alcohol consumption, and other health factors.
Chris Lyons Truck Stamps
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Chris Lyons Pickup Trucks Forever 47cents
U.S. postage stamps keep on truckin’
Chris Lyons Illustration
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Jerome Studer environment illustration
A glass ceiling is an invisible barrier that keeps a given demographic – typically applied to women – from rising beyond a certain level in a hierarchy
The metaphor was first coined by feminists in reference to barriers in the careers of high-achieving women