I was recently commissioned by Oslo, Norway based design studio Bielke&Yang to create brand illustrations for a coffee packaging for the specialty coffee roaster Talor&Jørgen. It was a dream project to work on and I'm happy that the illustrations have been very well received. You can read a review of the project here.
I'm happy to announce that I'm among the lucky winners in this years Applied Arts Illustration Awards. My cover illustration for The Independent's Christmas Books special won in the Cover (mag, book, news) category and my illustrated style guide for Opumo won in the Fashion & Beauty Illustration category.
For the past couple of months I have been working on the illustrations for "That Should Be a Word", a book that is based on the popular column written by Lizzie Skurnick that originally appeared on the pages of The New York Times Magazine.
I created 50 pieces of 2-colour illustrations for the book including illustrative lettering for the chapter openers. The book is soon to be published by Workman Publishing, New York. The official launch date is set for the 7th of April 2015.
Kuvva recently launched Kuvva marketplace, a curated storefront for high quality illustrations from a carefully selected group of award winning illustrators. You can now license some of my work, including some of the recent "Summertime" illustrations for use on editorial and other projects through their site here: https://www.kuvva.com/artists/janneiivonen
The popular wallpaper site/app Kuvva just launched a set of my illustrations as wallpapers. Go grab yourself a summery wallpaper and keep your eyes peeled as more exciting news relating to Kuvva will follow shortly.
Over the next fortnight, I will be taking over Printer of Dreams window display with an exclusive print series, presenting my vision of an unusual and colourful musical jam. The series of four exclusive signed limited edition Giclée prints will be available online at http://theprinterofdreams.tictail.com/
"Jam Session" has been exclusively created for the Printer of Dreams and comprises of four individual prints, each exploring a different musical genre: Ska, Funk, Grunge and Rockabilly.