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RobynSurbuts : monkey orchid... Illustrator: Job description An illustrator uses creative skills in art and design to communicate a story, message or idea. Illustrators work to commercial briefs to inform, persuade or entertain a client's intended audience, adjusting the mood and style of images accordingly. They usually specialise in a particular design medium, like drawing, photography or digital illustration. Work is predominantly freelance, and possible markets include: editorial - magazines, newspapers and comics; books; advertising - posters, storyboards, press; fashion - forecasting; merchandising - greetings cards, calendars, t-shirts, ceramics, etc; corporate work - brochures, catalogues; multimedia - TV, film, computer games, websites, apps, animation. Specialist areas include scientific, technical and medical illustration. Typical work activities Responsibilities and activities typically involve:

Clarity – Les illustrations minimalistes et surréalistes de SHOUT Une sélection des illustrations d’Alessandro Gottardo, aka SHOUT, qui nous offre de superbes créations minimalistes et surréalistes. Un travail délicat, doux et poétique que cet illustrateur italien, basé à Milan, réalise pour de nombreuses publications, du New York Times au Reader’s Digest en passant par Le Monde, le Time ou encore Wired. Les illustrations d’Alessandro Gottardo viennent également d’être publiées dans son nouveau livre ON SHOUT. Images © SHOUT / via - Liverpool Arts and Culture Illustrator: job description Illustrators are commissioned to produce still drawings for use in advertisements, books, magazines, packaging, greetings cards and newspapers. What does an illustrator do? Typical employers | Qualifications and training | Key skills Most illustrators are self-employed and run their own studios or work from home. Typical responsibilities of the job include: liaising with editors, authors or designers negotiating contracts and timescales undertaking relevant research and generating ideas drawing rough sketches for approval producing final illustrations promoting and running the business Whereas graphic designers work on the bigger picture, eg page layout, illustrators do more drawing, though there can be some overlap between the two, particularly when working for a smaller employer. Typical employers of illustrators Illustrators may be employed by design consultancies, advertising agencies or publishers. Qualifications and training required Key skills for illustrators

Owen Perry, webdesigner à suivre #24 Owen Perry, a.k.a CIRCA 1983 est un créatif complet : webdesign, graphisme, photographie, son portfolio ultra complet est une réelle source d’inspiration. La série Webdesigner à suivre a pour vocation de vous faire découvrir des talentueux créatifs à travers le monde. En présentant des portfolios ultra qualitatifs ou très prometteurs, ces articles explorent et répertorient des réalisations variées pour votre inspiration. Pour cet épisode 24, direction le Canada, pays natal d’Owen Perry. Owen travaille en freelance depuis la ville de Whistler, en collaboration avec des agences sur des projets à la fois pour des multinationales ou pour des marques locales. Que pensez-vous du travail d’Owen ? Suivez son portfolio : Suivez son Dribbble : opwann Découvrez aussi ses sublimes photographies : circa1983photography sur Facebook circa_1983 sur Instagramm Tous droits sur les images sont réservés aux détendeurs des droits.

Home - Camden Arts Centre Illustrator Job Information Page Content Illustrator HoursVariableStarting salaryVariable As an illustrator, you would produce drawings, paintings or diagrams that help make products more attractive or easier to understand. This could include books, book jackets, greetings cards, advertisements, packaging and detailed technical diagrams. You’ll need to be creative while sticking to your customer's design brief. Many professional illustrators have a degree in illustration or other art related degree subjects. WorkDesc The work Your work would typically include: discussing requirements or briefs with authors, editors or designersnegotiating prices and time scalesdeciding on the right style for illustrationscreating illustrations using hand drawing, painting or computer design packagesspeaking with the client and changing designs if necessarymaking sure the work is completed within set budgets and deadlines. Creative Choices HoursDesc Hours IncomeDesc Income EntryRequirementsDesc Entry requirements Writers & Artists a-n LMIData News