Stunning Illustrations by Jessica Fortner

Posted by Lyemium Editorial on Jul 03, 2014
Toronto based artist Jessica Fortner surely knows how to captivate an audience with her stunning and unique illustrations.

Featured in a couple of our illustrations for inspiration series we bring back the awesome designs of Toronto based artist Jessica Fortner. The patterns and level of detail are emaculant, which makes every one of her pieces stand out. Below are just a few illustrations from several series over the past few years.

DB Glide Path Investing

An illustration I did recently for PLANSPONSOR (June 2014). DB Glide Path Investing: Rethinking the Traditional LDI Strategy.

MVH: Album Art

Some album art I did for Misterioso Viaje Holanda’s (MVH) new album.

The Who, The What and The When: Charlotte Small

I was invited by Julia Rothman to contribute to her new book, The Who, The What and The When, published by Chronicle Books. It’s a historical book that “focuses on the people who helped change history. The book commemorates the friends, relatives, neighbours and muses who enabled, inspired and directly helped those famous figures achieve their mark.” I drew Charlotte Small, map maker David Thompson’s wife.

A Bask of Crocodiles – Arta Gallery

One of two illustrations created for the <insert adventure here> show that took place August 3rd, at Arta Gallery. Organized by No Plan B, the event showcased a wide range of local artists. All proceeds raised for the Sick Kids Foundation.

Love at First Bite

Love at First Bite - Personal Illustration

Penfield Children’s Center Poster

I made a poster for this year’s 17th Annual Penfield Croquet Ball! A charity auction to raise funds for the Penfield Children’s Center. Thanks to Kelli at Cramer-Krasselt for inviting me to participate.
“All money earned goes to the Penfield Children’s Center, an organization that provides early intervention to children at risk of cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, respiratory disorders, sight and hearing impairments, hydrocephalus, disabilities resulting from extreme prematurity, and any other developmental delays.”