Category: new work
See Sarah’s portfolio here.
Images from Godiva website.
The packaging is stunning and captures the playful wit and colorful palette of Sarajo’s work. As part of this project, Godiva flew Sarajo over to Japan to meet with the Godiva team and speak at the unveiling of this special collection. What an amazing experience!
photos by Sarajo
Sarajo captured this journey to Japan through a series of beautiful photographs and we’ll be sharing all of those with you this Tuesday, Feb. 7th on Lilla’s Instagram Feed @lillarogers. Be sure to follow along in the fun and see how this wonderful collection came to be. And while you’re at it, go ahead and buy some of these yummy chocolates for yourself or a loved one this Valentine’s Day.
The Studio Ladies
What nonsense have the ladies at Lilla Rogers Studio gotten themselves into this time? Announcing Lilla’s Art Menagerie
Art by Katie Vernon
We’re excited to let our favorite art directors know about a special upcoming event: Lilla’s Art Menagerie. It will be a cornucopia of fresh, new artwork that will be revealed January 5th in a private, password-protected gallery.
We were thinking: how can we make it really easy for you to see loads of new work without traveling? No flight, no hotel, no cabs! And why not get our brilliant artists to generate new work for an online event?
So we asked our artists to create exciting new work around the themes you request the most often. They were game. Then I thought, why don’t I make a bunch of trend boards just for our artists to motivate and inspire them?
Some of the trend boards that I made for my artists for the Menagerie. Topics range from winter holiday, Valentine’s, summer florals, editorial maps, mod kitchen, and tons more.
So when do you get to see all this new fabulous work?
You’ll be the very first to see the work from the comfort of your desk on Thursday, January 5th!
How will you access the work?
You’ll get an email with a link and a special password where you can view the work.
Art by Clairice Gifford
Art by Marenthe
Art by Flora Waycott
Art by Zoe Ingram
Art by Suzy Ultman
Art by Terri Fry Kasuba
Stay tuned on Instagram for our artists’ banners. Art by Carolyn Gavin.
We hope you’ll be inspired to commission, license or buy work for you projects. In the meantime, don’t hesitate to contact us. We love to hear from you!
Looking to assign some stunning art? We’ve got some gorgeous eye candy for you. These artists know their way around paint and ink line.
Jessica Allen for Make Art That Sells: Creating Collections for Home Decor e-course
Rebecca Bradley for Canada Water Cafe
Trina Dalziel for Make Art That Sells: Creating Collections for Home Decor e-course
Please don’t hesitate to contact us to license, buy or commission art for your fabulous project.
We are happy to help you!
Often, an illustration can tell the story better than a photograph. Here are 5 reasons why to hire an illustrator. I’ve included a few recent examples by our artists.
1. Sometimes an art director wants some serious pop on the page, like this piece by Lisa DeJohn that was commissioned by the Boston Globe Magazine.
2. Illustration is perfect for maps. It can give the feel of the place through color and icons.
3. Everyone always reads a cartoon or comic strip, and these can illustrate a concept like nothing else.
4. Stunning typographic illustrations are a gorgeous way to design a page.
5. Take a typical scene like mealtime. Now ask an illustrator to make it visual appealing. Illustration adds personality and appeals to your demographic.
Hope you enjoyed the show. Lookin’ for some great art? Contact us to license, buy or commission art for your fabulous project.
We are happy to help you!
Happy 2016! We’re starting the new year off with these beautiful and fresh new pieces by Carolyn Gavin. These are now available. Explore more of Carolyn’s portfolio here and contact us today to not miss out.
Now these are a reason to celebrate!
Reine and the Studio Ladies
The recent drowning of the Syrian toddler, Aylan, along with his mother and brother near the Turkish coast have deeply touched me. Both as a human and as a father, I felt moved to create this piece of artwork. I cried while making it and it is called “Aylan’s Dream”.
Zoe Ingram has been busy creating and painting gorgeous new work! And it’s such a joy to see…
Contact the studio today to license these fresh new works!
I hope you are having a great week and the summer is still happening :).
I’m dropping by with a few personal pieces I recently did…