That’s the burning question our conceptual artists are here to answer. Their ideas encompass more than just what meets the eye to bring the viewer below the surface to explore new depths. Bring your concepts to life with layers of subtle complexity that rival those of a fine wine.
When you need imagery that has to extend beyond the surface, look no further than our Artistique conceptual artists. They’re able to envision your every aspect of your ideas and put them to pen and paper (or Photoshop). You’ll be given a couple options to choose from, so you’ll be sure to see exactly what you have in mind delivered while comprehensively addressing all of the elements of your publication. We’re confident that you’ll not only have great looking art, but significant meaning behind it, too
Client: Personal project Description:Bird in chair cage Country: Spain Media: CGI
Client: Personal project Description: Kids and their technology - being trapped into the digital world by a seemingly harmless lure. Country: Mexico Media: Digital
Client: TroopHer Description: A woman with a stormtrooper hat to symbolize strength and power behind the facade she puts up to protect herself against sexual harassment. Country: France Brief: Create a series depicting women’s portrayal in society to bring awareness to social injustices. Media: Digital Award: Adam and Eve Auction Application: Exhibition for Chez Elles
Client: NGO Action Description: This illustration is part of the book 100 examples of resilience, for an initiative of the spanish NGO Action against hunger. I'm proud of being selected between more than 800 pieces to be one of the 100 that integrates this book.
Client: Personal Description: A further exploration of surrealism. I’m growing quite fond of the abstract, expect more from me
Client: Personal Project Description: An image celebrating the year of the Monkey!
Client: This American Life Description: Illustration for This American Life - "Notes on Camp" AD by Whitney Dangerfield
Client: Personal project Description:"'Fragile' is one of the pieces I envisioned very clearly in my mind before sketching. It depicts the constant danger women are exposed to when they go with the flow, following instinct or making bold decisions. It's not a feminist piece but more like an x-ray of the world we live in."
Client: Private commission Description: A woman reflects on her image with a cliche quote. Media: Digital
Client: Le Monde Description: Obama before leaving the White House Country: France Application: Press Diary
Client: Le Monde Description: Buying a house Country: France Brief: The dangers of mortgage loans Application: Press Diary
Client: Personal Project Description: Why giants hate summer. Media: Digital
Client: Personal project Description: Minimal and impactful figure drawing
Client: John Hopkins Health Review Description: For Johns Hopkins Health Review, about The Origin of Itchiness.
Client: Personal Project Description: Personal illustration inspired by an article about overcoming addiction to drugs or alcohol through a program that mixes science and spirituality. Addiction is a serious issue that needs not only physical recovery but also mentally. I used a methapor about diving into one self, to describe visually the journey of recovery and self-discovery.
Client: Not disclosed Description:Illustration for an article about overcoming addiction through a 12 step program that mixes science and spirituality
Client: In Touch Description: Illustration for the December issue of the magazine In Touch. The article illustrated describes the experience the writer had when she walked the pilgrimage of the three mountains of Dewa in Japan. This pilgrimage is part of the Yamabushi practices. The Yamabushi are monks who follow the Shugendō doctrine and believe that by immersing yourself in nature, you can find enlightenment. In my illustration I aimed to visualise the process, which pilgrims might experience, of being connected and part of nature
Description: This illustration was for an article about a sensorial exposition that happened in Sao Paulo. The visitors were led through different rooms that stimulate all the senses and the mind.
Client: Richmond Magazine Description: Sweeping political ideals under the rug to create a more hospitable environment.
Client: University of Richmond Magazine Description: This piece was done for the University of Richmond Magazine, to accompany an article about the ethical decisions colleges face. I wanted to represent the ambiguous nature of moral dilemmas with multifaceted, amorphous shapes, because those kinds of decisions are often complex and hard to quantify.
This piece is part of an ongoing series, shown at an all-female group exhibition at Gallery 5 in Richmond, VA. I’m interested in creating imaginary portraits that explore themes of femininity and nature, showing women as vessels and embedded in their surroundings.