For the dog-run site The Droolitzer (it's a thing), F+J artist Shana Torok drew this fuzzy fellow, Morty. Maybe it's just us, but the look on Mortimer Baxter's face implies he's having a hard time getting into the holiday spirit. Yuletide can be tough – so for today's ... read more
One of the turns Patrick Hruby’s career has taken lately has been into the realm of travel-related editorial content. This August 2015 cover for Dossier, a publication of Hemispheres, spotlights the state of Arkansas, known for its Clinton Foundation and Tyson... read more
In Minneapolis, the season's Arts Preview has kicked off with a bang, thanks to a harvest-themed illustration from F+J artist Tim Tomkinson. Tomkinson worked with Star Tribune Art Director Mike Rice, landing this artwork on their September 13 cover.
Membership models are being instated everywhere to fund journalism, museums, and the performing arts – they’re an effective way for patrons to be involved on a more exclusive level, and for organizations to benefit from a steady stream of mostly-passive income. UK-based media hub The Guardian celebrated their membership program’s one year anniversary with a recent Members-only section, the cover of which was illustrated by ... read more
Illustrator Rinee Shah shows readers of Women's Running Magazine how to stay fit when travel is part of their routine. Among the drawings are "dos," like running on the beach and renting bikes. The "don'ts" look a little more daunting, especially if you'll be camping–hot dogs and s'mores are among the list of foods to avoid on "Fit-cation."
F+J illustrator Jill Calder found this week’s cover of The Guardian Review an assignment that was close to home–and one she couldn’t refuse. The featured story, by award-winning author Anne Enright, draws both from landscape–County Clare, The Burren, and the Aran Islands, to start–and... read more
Outside Magazine wants you to get out this summer. Specifically, to a National Park. From Washington to Maine, these underrated strongholds of terrain and wildlife can give you a week's worth of fresh air or more, as detailed in Outside's May 2015 "Adventure Issue." Illustrations by F+J artist Tim Tomkinson are integral to the feature, with drawings of such "gift shop kitsch" as a... read more
Travelers who flip through the London-based luxury publication, Sphere, will see Paul Wearing’s illustrations in Boiling Point, an editorial piece on chefs’ dishes as intellectual property. Dismissing photography in restaurants as either rude to other diners or a possible route to copying recipes, it makes sense that the article would turn to... read more
Hailing originally from Connecticut and currently based in Los Angeles as an illustrator, designer, and art director, Shana Torok is the newest addition to our team. Her work is inspired in part by the difference she believes it can make. “I get excited about people interacting with it in everyday life,” she says. “I think illustration and writing together can be powerful enough to make an impact and even... read more
Tim Tomkinson illustrated this very fun and detailed illustration depicting New Orleans as a new mecca for business. You can take a look at the illustration and read the article here.