Saturday, September 10, 2011

Illustration Friday: Boundaries

What boundaries (of the moral, integrity, and legal kind) do some companies and people cross in order to turn a profit? That's the subject of this illustration which I did years ago for the Graphic Artists Guild newsletter. It's fun to revisit and it still feels fresh to me. The subject matter, of course, is just as relevant as ever!


Andi Butler said...

Love it Kath!!

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picapoll said...

Wonderful illustration! I love the black dog!

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

Hello Ms. Kathy!
Well l just let me tell that I am also a huge fan of yours he he he he he!!! Oh I was so giddy seeing your comments over at the Brown Bookshelf. Bless you for your kinds words over at Twitter as well. Thanks so much from the bottom of my heart! Have a super creative week my friend.

tricky said...

amazing idea!
and your style is very interesting
I love this illustration

Sophia said...

Oh my gosh, this is absolutely brilliant! Love it. :) Your work impresses me.

Anonymous said...

Love it. And am totally in love with the kitty in your header!!!! And in your other illustrations... So good! Okay, so you guessed I'm a catperson ;-) Really lovely style!

Kathy Weller said...

Thanks everyone!!
Andi! Thank you for visiting!! So great to see you here!

Mouse, I love cats too! Wish I could have a kitty myself, but our two pugs are all we can hamdle at the moment! :)

Sophia, aww you're makin' me blush! Glad you like my work!! Appreciate! :)

Tricky-thank you!

Vanessa, totally a mutual admiration society we have going here then huh!! :D yay!

Isabelle said...

True! The subject is very relevant today! Lovely style you have! And the dogs are too cute! (My favorite is your version of the Boston Terrier...)

Isabelle said...

Hooo... and I forgot to comment about your cat in the header of your blog!! that HAT!! Makes me think of an awesome Peruvian-winter-hat I bought my kid 3 years ago... but yours is even nicer!! hehehe :)

JJ said...

This is wonderful, whimsical and has a great message; lovely artwork!