What I want to talk about today is an illustrator’s style, the aspect of their work that tells you who created it – to put it another way, their visual signature.
A common question I get is, how does an illustrator find work online? Well, there are numerous ways to connect with clients, but I tend to see illustrators forgetting that they’re running a business and not just feeding a hobby.
Well, we’ve finally made it to the (almost) end of 2020! While the holiday season will not be the same as usual with most places experiencing severe restrictions on seeing family and friends, it’s still worth celebrating the fact that even though things may have been exceptionally difficult for you this year, you’ve managed to get through it and have done the best you can.
Hire an Illustrator’s Year in Review, an abridged list of our highlights and achievements. This year has been fantastic, and with it almost coming to an end we’re already looking to the next and the future beyond that. What a ride this year has been!
Continuing our mission to support creators and the illustrators we represent, and with Christmas coming up. We wanted to share with you a list of festive items from independent artists which you can buy right now.
2018 went so fast and it was our 11th official year of serving our members; we don’t know about you, … More
Most illustrators, if not all, display enough of their work online for a client to make an informed decision as … More
Image credit: Jason Heglund Following a conversation about illustration agencies with one of our lovely members, we’ve decided to publish … More
If you create artwork or illustrations based on instructions or a client’s brief and you get paid for it, you’re … More