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Rémy Simard honoured at the 37th Salon du livre de Montreal

i2i Art Inc. is proud to congratulate Rémy Simard, a guest of honour at the 37th Salon du livre de Montreal.  With over 80 titles to his name, Rémy both authors and illustrates children’s books.  His humour is ever present….

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Introducing new i2i Art illustrator, Dave Murray

Meet Dave Murray.                   We wanted to share with you a recent conversation with Dave Murray to give you a little insight into the person behind the art. i2i Art: Why illustration?…

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Mark Hoffmann for Land of Nod

These very cool images by Mark Hoffmann are now available in framed prints!  Land of Nod invites you to “Give your walls a tune up with this automotive wall art. Each print features a classic vehicle exclusively illustrated for us…

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Phil: Wild Turkeys for Country Gardens

  The turkey is one of the most famous birds in North America.  In fact, did you know Benjamin Franklin wanted to make the wild turkey, not the Bald Eagle, the national bird of the United States?   Working with…

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Rémy Simard for Animal Sheltering Magazine

  Art director Jamie Mitchell wanted to take the need for a diagrammatic illustration for the article “Do a good scan, Stan!” and have a little fun with it.   He chose Rémy Simard for his ability to do just…

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Happy Halloween!

Tim Zeltner has created this beautifully atmospheric illustration that transports one right into the scene in his trademark style.  The characters are both primitively whimsical and yet the story is so real!  This image always brings a smile to my…

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