All my experimentation is starting to pay off. This illustration is about the far-reaching effects of student debt in this country. The whole issue is such a shame and really hits home for my husband and myself who will likely be paying student loans…
These scuba diving dogs have made their way into the March 2014 issue of PLANSPONSOR Magazine’s “Bells & Whistles” feature. I am very proud to be in this issue alongside many other incredible illustrators like Victo Ngai and Ellen Weinstein. Below is…
The Artist from Intel on Vimeo. A few weeks ago I had the wonderful experience of being interviewed for a video about how I use my Microsoft Surface Pro to power my creativity. The video was created in conjunction with Efran Films and Intel. The whole…
A new gouache painting for an article about museums around the world that have started offering before-hours and after-hours tours and events. Don’t ever tell yourself that painting a disco ball will be easy!
What’s in your refrigerator? How much food is in your fridge? How much of that food has gone bad? There are a lot of variables when it comes to what’s in people’s refrigerators, but we all have one. I find food and food-related issues to be fascinating…
This latest illustration in gouache is of a woman named Toshiko D’Elia. I found her obituary in The New York Times and I was struck by her incredible life. She was born in Kyoto, Japan and after coming to the United States to teach deaf children, she…
- Michelle Kondrich IllustrationIllustrator, present
Illustrator extraordinaire, Michelle Kondrich, has been sketching and drafting, shading and crosshatching ever since she was a young tot. She fondly remembers doodling with a pencil twice her size. Beneath the boughs of a red maple, she created a children’s book dummy called “Fluffer the Rabbit” and sent it to Golden Books along with a letter showcasing her renowned penmanship.
Michelle studied Studio Art at Hastings College in Nebraska, cut her teeth at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, and promoted the heck out of clothing designer, Eileen Fisher Inc. in New York City. In 2009, she turned her passion and talent for illustration and design into freelancing gold. She has shown work in both Los Angeles and New York City and has had illustrations appear in The Deli Magazine in New York City and will have an illustration in the May issue of HOW Magazine. Haunted by pen and ink and the ghost of crosshatchings past, Michelle’s work has a gentle humor and a feverish curiosity.
You should really contact her about that project you have in mind.
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