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Deshi Deng for Vice

Our illustrator Deshi Deng was recently commissioned by Vice to illustrate Ranbir Singh Sidhu’s article depicting the Jihadist war on bloggers in Bangladesh.

Check out the Vice article here:






March 29, 2016

Carlos Marrero Launches New Web Site, Glamorosas™


Launched on December 19, Glamorosas is a groundbreaking brand for Latina girls that celebrate Hispanic culture with a focus on fun, fashion, and a positive self-image. is an interactive website featuring the antics of five little diva girls doing what they do best – having fun in online games, activities and free downloads.

If you happen to know anyone with a young girl, share this entertaining site with her. Visit and share it with others!

January 17, 2014

Coming soon to HWBP

Artwork by Alëna Skarina


November 5, 2013

Clayton Hanmer, Reactor and Marshall Homes

Over the years, working with Paul Grissom of Grissom and Friends as creative director, and Steve Dunk as designer, the Reactor artists have created a lot of illustrations for Craig Marshall’s real estate developments. Here is some of Clayton Hanmer’s work on the current Marshall Homes web site. In the builder’s history section of the site, Steve decided to use a technique called parallel scrolling to combine photographs of the homes with illustrations to highlight the various neighbourhoods that Marshall Homes has built.


October 29, 2013

The Great mind of Henrik Drescher

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October 17, 2013

R.O. Blechman and IMBY

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April 24, 2013

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November 4, 2011

Ministry of Environment – “E-Zone”

Ministry of Environment – “E-Zone”

Tracey Wood and Jamie Bennet created illustrations for the updated Ministry of Environment’s   E-Zone website.


January 20, 2011

Web site commission


R.O. Blechman recently completed a commission for Metro Hort Group, an association of horticulture professionals practicing in the New York City and tri-state area. See the animation here.

February 8, 2010