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10.24.17

Julie Houts Introduces New Book, “Literally Me”

Amazing illustrator, Julie Houts, has introduced her new book and we are SO excited.  In the book, she shares her hilarious observations from modern life, fashion and womanhood.

You can order the book here.

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10.23.17

Spiros Halaris for Yoox

Check out Spiros Halaris’ collaboration with online fashion retailer, Yoox, for their pop-up show in Shanghai.

View more of Spiros work here.

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10.19.17

Introducing Julie Houts

Illustration Division is super excited to welcome illustrator Julie Houts to the team!  Julie creates comedic illustrations that highlight the mundane moments of everyday life. We are obsessed with her work, and we think you will be too.

 

See more of Julie’s work here.

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10.10.17

Joana Avillez Creates Illustrations for Book Titled Women at Work by Ottessa Moshfegh

Paris Review’s new book by Ottessa Moshfegh, titled Women at Work, features illustrations by Joana Avillez.

You can preorder the book here.

 

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5.15.17

Food Book Fair

Four of our New York-based illustrators, Damien Cuypers, Alessandra Olanow, Sara Singh, and Lauren Tamaki, were invited to do live illustrations at this weekend’s Food Book Fair.  The Ace Hotel hosted the multi-day gastronomic oasis, and our illustrators created delectable portraits of food world luminaries: Cherry Bombe Magazine founder Kerry Diamond, James Beard award-winning cookbook author Amy Chaplin, and Morgenstern Ice Cream Parlor’s brainchild and namesake, Nick Morgenstern. Thanks for the feast!

View Damien, Sara, Alessandra and Lauren‘s portfolio.

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3.1.17

Welcome, Lauren Tamaki

We’re excited to announce that Lauren Tamaki has joined the agency. You’ve likely come across her portrait illustrations in The New York Times. Her clients include Penguin, Wall Street Journal, Lucky Peach, Food & Wine Magazine, Esquire, and the list goes on!

View her full portfolio here.

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11.9.16

The Day After: An Ode to Hillary

Sara Singh received a same-day commission from Women’s Wear Daily to create a historic portrait of the 2016 presidential winner, and spent yesterday evening at her workbench, tuned in to the precipitating election results.  As she simultaneously created the two illustrations–only one of which would be run in WWD’s Wednesday morning Digital Daily newsletter–Sara was encouraged to focus on the portrait of the longtime frontrunner, Hillary Clinton.  But as the numbers came in, and the night began its unthinkable turn, Sara found herself at the mercy of a bitter irony: slowly but surely, it became clear that the completion of the likeness of Hillary–the media, editor, and illustrator favorite–had to take backseat to the dark horse victor, Donald Trump.

WWD ran Sara’s portrait of America’s president-elect this morning, but we wanted to share her Hillary with you, our friends, here on our blog.  As Sara said, maybe this is the one time that illustration DOESN’T save the day–but we pay tribute to the indomitable spirit of our former First Lady, Senator, and Secretary of State.  We are, indeed, stronger together.You can view Sara’s illustration for WWD here.
View Sara’s portolfio here.

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11.2.16

Departures Magazine by Daniel Egneus

Daniel Egneus travelled to Cuba with Departures Magazine and American Express to illustrate Chanel’s Cruise Collection 2017.
Check out the Nov|Dec issue for Daniel’s stunning cover illustration and “Viva Chanel!” 4pg spread illustrations.

View Daniel’s portfolio here.

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7.12.16

Microsoft by Cassandre Montoriol

Microsoft commissioned Cassandre to illustrate a park in her Paris neighborhood to showcase their new Surface Tablet.
Check out the video here.

View Cassandre’s portfolio here.

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6.25.16

A visual ode to Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham, the legendary fashion photographer for the times passed away. Here is a visual ode from a few of our illustrators.
Rest in Peace.

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