The talented Laura Tallardy is at it again! Our resident busybee is thrilled to announce that she’s just released her latest app “Find the Differences: Christmas Edition – Family Holiday Puzzle Game for Kids and Adults Illustrated by Wendy Edelson”. Woo!
Wendy Edelson’s elaborate and festive drawings are simply the perfect fit for this fun game – take a peek by clicking here and enjoy the free downloads for all of your I-devices, or come play with the Android version!
And happy holidays!!
ALE+ALE were recently asked to use their incredible collage skills to illustrate two pieces for the respected French publication “Le Monde”. Covering coveted awards within the French university system, their energetic work was perfect for capturing the excitement of research and discovery.
We have been so honored to collaborate with David Huc and the Swiss publication Magazine Bilan, and wanted to share one of Maurizio Quarello’s latest pieces for the magazine.
Merci comme toujours, David! Y Grazie, Maurizio, for your beautiful work!
Gaby D’Alessandro’s recent inclusion in the 2014 NPR calendar was an exciting moment, as it is both a high profile gig AND a venue that enriches the artist’s own personal life. Her piece, which was used for the month of June, is stellar, and the work she put into it clearly demonstrates her admiration and appreciation for their programming:
NPR continues to honor and promote the contributing artists on their blog, and we were so happy to see this recent entry about Gaby.
Check it out!
Laura Tallardy is stealing the blogmistress’s thunder!
She was recently asked to create a second article for Corona Labs’s blog, and this time the expert chose to focus on the art of collaboration. Laura’s energy and enthusiasm for her craft is evident throughout the piece, and it’s a fun read for those that are considering jumping into the app world.
Give it a read!
Image by Laura Tallardy:
Lisa Adams addresses a familiar and embarrassing summer concern with a jaw-dropping drawing for the New York Times. Ladies and gentlemen, let’s talk about…….BACNE!
Read the article (and see the illustration in context) here.
Josée Bisaillon has been slaving away in her studio, and she’s got some real gems to show for it:
We were taken with her sweet cover for “La Fée des Balcons” (The Balcony Fairy), an adult novel that focuses on a child with special needs. The author, Maude Favreau, made the interesting decision to tell the story through the voice of a child, thus lending it a unique quality.
For our French speakers, you can learn more here – and félicitations, Josée!
Victo Ngai has hit yet another homerun for the New Yorker! We love the perspective on this piece for the June 3rd issue.
Here, Victo illustrates the issue’s fictional piece, “We Didn’t Like Him,” by Akhil Sharma. The story follows a boy named Manshu, a Brahmin in India, who grew up to be the pundit of his local Hindu temple. Check it out!
She’s baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack! Laura Tallardy, our resident app guru, is proud to announce her latest creation, “Flower Fairies Ballet.” This is her second collaboration with developer Scott Adelman, and her fifth app overall – color us impressed, this young lady is simply unstoppable. Congratulations, Laura!
Those familiar with her work are surely acquainted with how darling her illustrations can be. So when the illustrator herself says that this latest work is “probably the cutest- lots of fairies, rainbows, flowers, confetti and sparkles in this one,” you know it’s going to be extra special!
Click here for a link to download 4 puzzles for free, and you can take a look at these adorable little ladies in action by clicking here.
Some of the most exciting projects that we have had the pleasure of working on have been with the MTA, and they have given our artists some incredible visibility over the years.
So you might imagine that we were quite excited when they began to manufacture products featuring the terrific work that they have commissioned! We are in love with this beautiful, 1000-piece puzzle featuring Sylvie Daingeault’s dreamy vision of NYC. Check it out here.