Paul Morton created a series of instructional graphic illustrations for Procter & Gamble.
Ricardo Bessa originally created this illustration for Boom! Studios to be used for a variant cover. However, the artwork was never used by Boom! Studios and will now be included in Bee & Puppycat Vol. 3.
The team at Scholastic hired Brian Allen to draw concept illustrations for characters in a redesign of an educational app called Sushi Monster, in which kids solve math problems with a friendly but terrifying sushi chef.
Award-winning artist Rémy Simard recently completed a set of illustrations for Blue Star’s new adult coloring book, Birds of the World. The book features 30 hand-drawn images ranging in coloring complexity from novice to expert-level. Check it out here.
Kerri Aitken is an illustrator based in Chicago. She is a graduate of the American Academy of Art, holding a degree in Illustration. Kerri considers herself a digital artist primarily, working mostly with Photoshop, as well as Illustrator and InDesign. She creates artwork for a variety of applications, and specialize in publishing, editorial, and media/entertainment.
Kerri says, “I have a passion for light and color, and creating art that is bold, dynamic, and all around awesome is what I’m all about. If you like my work, feel free to drop me a line or visit/follow me on Tumblr or Facebook!”