Lisa Lavoie Illustration

Lisa Lavoie Illustration

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Profile and About Lisa Lavoie Illustration

About:

I help publishers make reading fun by creating whimsical yet bold illustrations that pull the reader in. I love to draw and I especially love to draw people and animals. Check out my blog to see more work.

I earned my Bachlor's degree from the Kansas City Art Institute. After graduation, I moved to New York City to start my career as an illustrator. I am currently in the greater New York City area. My work can be seen in various publications such as The New York Times and Women's Day. My recent projects include educational illustration and children's books.

Clients:

PBS
Unicef
The Seamen's Church Institute
The New York Times
The Kansas City Star
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Current newspaper
Shopping Centers Today
Woman's Day
Seasame Street Parents
Better Nutrition

Contact

Lisa Lavoie
lisadraws@gmail.com
Mobile: 917-531-9528
On LinkedIn

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Educational Style

Illustration


Who can help make a difference?

This was in a pamphlet about stewardship, explaining how everyone can help make a difference. Photoshop illustration

Marine Life under the Ship

For a Seamen's Church Institute pamphlet educating international seafarers about US pollution law. Depicts marine life happily co-existing with the container ship above. Adobe Photoshop illustration

Two Liter Overboard!

For a Seamen's Church Institute pamphlet educating international seafarers about US pollution law. Depicts a seafarer carelessly throwing a plastic bottle overboard. Adobe Photoshop
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Picture Book Illustration

Illustration


Old Mother Hubbard -"She went to the barber's To buy him a wig;"

Old Mother Hubbard - "She went to the barber's / To buy him a wig;" For a Mother Goose-themed show held at the Greenwich, Connecticut, public library by the Children's Book Illustrators Group. Finished piece from a dummy book recasting "Old Mother Hubbard" as a contemporary, active grandmother who repeatedly fetches items for her dog, who has plans of his own. Acrylic on Paper

Drew dosen't want to go to sleep

Finished illustration for a friend's unpublished children's story. Every night Drew's dad checks for monsters under the bed and around her room. When he goes out of town, Drew learns with her mom that she can check for them herself. Acrylic on paper

Night Cats

Cats in love a top a city building. Acrylic on Paper
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Editorial Painterly Style

Illustration


Winter Walks

A cozy winter walk. Adobe Photoshop

Flirty

"Flirty". From a word-a-day series. Adobe Photoshop

jet lag

"Jet Lag". Acrylic on illustration board
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Black and White

Illustration


Art Education in the Big Apple

Art Education in the Big Apple. For the New York Graphic Arts Guild newsletter. Acrylic on paper.

Flirty

"Flirty". From a word-a-day series. Adobe Photoshop

Pip and the Convict - Great Expectations

Scene from Great Expectations, for a Dickens-themed show held at the Yonkers Public Library by the Children's Book Illustrators Group. Pip shows his humanity and gives the convict a piece of pie. Pencil and Photoshop Illustration
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