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    San Francisco, CA · Kimberly Schwede Design

    Start building your business with professional technical illustrator Kimberly Schwede. She specializes in logo design, greeting cards, blog banners and more.

    5/5 stars 1 review · 7 credentials

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    Corte Madera, CA · Rich Sigberman Art and Illustration

    Rich Sigberman is a watercolor and ink graphic illustrator who does concepts, stories, ideas, ads, and presentations. He excels at color use, print and reproduction, wit, design, and conceptualization.

    4 credentials · $50-85 / hour

  • Io Design

    San Francisco, CA · Io Design

    Io Design has 3d illustrators that render the accurate visualization and refinement of your product. Their computer models offer a basis for prototyping and production that ensure product consistency.

    4 credentials · $50 / hour

  • Fine Art Rentals & Sales

    Greenbrae, CA · Mona Lease Gallery

    Find the right artwork for your home and business that is made by a creative illustrator at Mona Lease Gallery. They offer affordable original artworks as well as delivery and installation assistance.

    4 credentials

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    San Francisco, CA · Player Gallery

    Expand your horizons with technical illustrator Stephen Player. He is a graphic illustrator who specializes in fantasy and children's stories, and offers ads as well as watercolor and oil paintings.

    4 credentials

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Provided by: Rich Sigberman Art and Illustration

Art that Plays the Heart

With his sense of humor and knack for visual presentation, Rich Sigberman always finds a way to get to the heart of the story and help clients express their message through traditional art and illustration. What's amazing is he uses just ink and watercolor.

Working from [copies] and interviews, I always seem to come up with a unique way to help them visually make their point...I keep them involved in the process from beginning to end. Being a good listener is a good place to begin.

Potential customers see his jazz-oriented, pop and abstract work as well as his admirable quality of being easy to work with, and their interest is sparked right away. As a result, his creations have been used for personal gifts, when celebrating events and milestones, and as fine art.

...customers [see] some of my art, and make a little leap of their imagination as to how they might have me create something for them...and our process as collaborators [begin].

Take a peek at Rich's portfolio and see if you can resist the urge to commission something for yourself.

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