In many instances, Tim Tomkinson's realistic illustration style is also a jumping-off point for his creations to take a turn (or two, or many) towards the scenarios he imagines with his pen. In this hand-picked #InspirationFriday image, we're struck by the artist's visualization of the trumpeting sound a baby elephant... read more
Photographer Lucas Zarebinski knows how to gear up for a weekend–by getting all close up to a wholesome splash of fruit and milk. Whether it's cereal we're talking about here or a more abstract, artful meditation on the blueberry, we're certain this image will wake you up–warning, it contains antioxidants that could soak through your screen.
In advertising, imagination is what makes a product, well, explode off the page or screen. What we like about this expert example is the simplicity F+J artist Geof Kern applied to that notion for C.F. Stinson textiles. There's lightness in the cloth cannonball, which contrasts the cannon's implied power. And there's scale at work, too–the diminutive toy... read more
Today in New York City, Rachael Ray celebrates 10 years of her (newly re-branded) magazine, Rachael Ray Every Day. But it’s not just Team Rachael who is putting on a party – 10 top chefs around the country are adding Ray tributes to their menus in the form of burgers. Yes, burgers. Chicken burgers, eggplant burgers, burgers with fried salami on top… each one specially handcrafted by celebrity chefs who know just what the... read more
For editorial client The Guardian, F+J artist Patrick Fraser was commissioned for two celebrity portraits, both appearing in September 2015. On the 18th, American actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt was profiled for his Oscar potential in two upcoming biopics, “The Walk” and... read more
As we blogged about this week, F+J illustrator Rinee Shah's latest personal project is onehundredhappythings.com. The happy things are specifically, in Shah's words, to distract her from a breakup, but we predict that their applications will travel far and wide. Homemade Halloween... read more