Category: new products

2/1/19

Another fun animation, a peek inside Sarajo’s painting studio, more great products

Dreaming of warm weather! Enjoy a peek inside Sarajo Frieden’s painting studio, more sassy Blue Q products and a nutty felt purse that I embellished using Hsinping Pan’s art.

 

Illustration by Anne BentleyAnimation by Natasha Dewitz

 

Get ready for our 3rd Annual Menagerie! It’s a cornucopia of fresh, new artwork by our artists that will be revealed on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH in a private, password-protected gallery.
Our amazing artists have created tons of brand new work from trend boards and assignments that I created just for this event. The trend boards are geared around the themes you request most often, and the images they’ve created will blow you away. Watch this space.

 

Kendra Binney

 

Sarah Walsh

 

Jennifer M Potter

 

 


 

The latest for BlueQ

Sarah Walsh

 

Anne Bentley

 


 

Sarajo Frieden‘s studio in Los Angeles

 


 

Rebecca Jones

 


 

Hsinping Pan

I printed out Hsinping Pan‘s cool characters, made buttons out of them, and glued them on this bag.

 


 

Flora Waycott

 

I hope you enjoyed the show! Want great art for your project? Don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d be delighted to assist you with any of your art needs. Get to know us here!
Follow us on Instagram for more fun.
xo
Lilla
Founder, Lilla Rogers Studio
Co-Founder, Make Art That Sells courses
P. S. Read what our clients have to say about working with our agency here!
1/5/19

Animated Beyonce and a big announcement

We’re delighted to show you this lovely animated image of Beyonce by
Sarah Papworth.

Animation by Natasha Dewitz

 

3rd Annual Menagerie

 

It’s almost time for our 3rd ANNUAL Lilla’s Art MENAGERIE! On February 5th, we will reveal over 200 pieces of new work that our artists have created in response to five assignments and color palettes that I’ve given them, from florals to editorial.
The gorgeous work is now streaming in to the Studio and will be available to art directors in a password-protected gallery. In a way, it’s like a trade show of our own where art directors can see lots of brand new work but in the comfort of their workspace.
Read about last year’s Menagerie here!

 

Rebecca Jones

 

Flora Waycott

 

Helen Dardik

 

Daniel Roode

 

I hope you enjoyed the show! Want great art for your project? Don’t hesitate to contact us.
We’d be delighted to assist you with any of your art needs. Get to know us here!
Follow us on Instagram for more fun.
xo
Lilla
Founder, Lilla Rogers Studio
Co-Founder, Make Art That Sells courses
P. S. Read what our clients have to say about working with our agency here!
12/28/18

Looking for some creative activities? Treasure hunt your artistic style, bird puzzle, beetle fabric, and more.

Ooooh! Wanna have some fun this weekend? We thought you’d enjoy some of the playful products our artists have done–from puzzles to drawing books to tambourines! Plus: my Style course.
Whip out the sewing machine! First up, fabric by Helen Dardik.

Helen Dardik for Clothworks

Plenty of Puzzles

Rebecca Jones

 

Anne Bentley for Galison

Carolyn Gavin for Chronicle Books

 

I teach a course on Creativebug called Treasure Hunt your Artistic Style. It’s a playful/analytical way you’ll get to know your own style sensibility. Try it here.

I’ll have you pick colors.

These are a few of the things I’ve done over the years. I guess I love yellow.

This charming kit is like paper dolls but magnetic. By Mara Penny for Mudpuppy.

Curl up with Hsinping Pan’s second book in this best-selling series.

Go ahead! Make some percussion!

Daniel Roode for Éditions AUZOU

Feel like drawing and painting? Sarah Walsh’s book for Chronicle invites you to draw all kinds of connecting bridges across her varied and surprising scenes.

Let’s play! This charming kit is illustrated by Flora Waycott

Do you love stickers, journaling and drawing? Take time to play in Katie Vernon’s delightful planner for Chronicle Books.

 

These fill-in-the-blank cards will make it really fun to write those thank-you notes. By Sarah Walsh for Compendium.

I hope you enjoyed the show! Want great art for your project? Don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d be delighted to assist you with any of your art needs. Get to know us here!
Follow us on Instagram for more fun.
xo
Lilla
Founder, Lilla Rogers Studio
Co-Founder, Make Art That Sells courses

 

 

10/31/18

What can you put art on? Gift cards, enameled pitchers, cards with tassels, and more illustrated projects!

The fun part about being an art agency is getting all the cool products illustrated by our artists delivered to the Studio almost daily. Then I get to share them with you. Enjoy some of our latest projects!

 

Sarah Walsh for Flow Magazine

 

New work by Jessica Allen

Above: Fun stationery set by Sarah Walsh for Sellers Publishing, Inc.

Part of Zoe Ingram’shome decor collection for Creative Co-Op

 

Decorated gift cards for Macy’s by Bonnie Dain

Above: Charming greeting card by Flora Waycott for Papyrus

I hope you enjoyed the show! Want great art for you project? Don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d be delighted to assist you with any of your art needs. Get to know us here!
Follow us on Instagram for more fun.
xo
Lilla
10/23/18

Chocolate packaging, wooden cat beads, and more new illustrated projects

I’m delighted to show you our latest illustration projects: a juicy mix of chocolate packaging, wooden cat beads, full page travel editorial, and more. Enjoy!

A charming book fully illustrated by Katie Vernon

 

Quirky packaging for Seattle Chocolate. Below: Carolyn Gavin.

Below: Anne Bentley

Above: There’s a reason Helen Dardik gets such cool illustration gigs. Everything she does has magic.

Sarah Walsh’s HerStory book now out in several languages.

 

Oven mitt and tote by Kate Mason

Above: Packaging by Helen Dardik for Fika

Above: Halloween ornaments by Kendra Binney

 

I hope you enjoyed the show! Want great art for you project? Don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d be delighted to assist you with any of your art needs. Get to know us here!
Follow us on Instagram for more fun.
xo
Lilla

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9/5/18

New Products! A pup in a cup, a well-being illustration, honest history, and a dreamy paper collection

I love showing you our latest projects. This week we’ve got a lovely history book, a pretty children’s puzzle, a dreamy stationery set, and an illustration for a well-being magazine.

Sarah Walsh for Honest History

Rebecca Jones for Crocodile Creek

We’re looking for an illustration agent to join our team! Learn more here.

We’re getting ready for our Annual Artists and VIP Retreat here in Arlington, MA. Stay tuned to see more.

Katie Vernon for Roger la Borde

Trina Dalziel for Breathe Magazine

I hope you enjoyed the show! Want great art for you project? Don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d be delighted to hear from you for any of your art needs. Susan and Joanne are standing by!
Follow us on Instagram for more fun.
xo
Lilla
2/7/18

Get ready to flip out. Gorgeous products by Tara Lilly for Anthropologie.

Revel in the beauty of these new products by our artist Tara Lilly for Anthropologie. The beautifully painted imagery and the stunning color palettes are the reasons why Tara is in high demand! Her favorite show is Antiques Roadshow and if she weren’t an illustrator, she’d be a treasure hunter. Read more about Tara here.

 

 

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Don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d love to hear from you for any of your art needs.

 

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12/1/17

Hsinping’s 2018 Calendar

Hsinping writes:

“Hi Lilla,
I want to share my 2018 calendar with you.It’s a collaboration with a letterpress studio in Taiwan named “Peperworks.” 2018 is the year of Dog, so I created this little doggy named ”Candy” and 12 yummy desserts. It’s printed in 3 colors and it comes with a wood stand. I am really happy with the outcome and hope you like it too! Wish you all have a sweet 2018!”

11/13/17

Check out some sweet products we’ve done. Art makes everything better.

We love receiving samples of products my artists have been commissioned to illustrate. I thought you’d like to see some of them.

Clockwise, from top left: Rebecca Jones, Terri Fry Kasuba, Sarah Walsh, Mike Lowery, Suzy Ultman, Hsinping Pan.

Check out our artists’ portfolios here.

XO

Lilla

10/29/17

Suzy Ultman for Crate & Barrel

Seriously, I have been licensing art for plates for many years and these are maybe the best ones I’ve seen. By Suzy Ultman for Crate & Barrel.

those eyeglasses…

Suzy has been commissioned to do ornaments for Crate for several years. Why? They are cool and they sell. Let her make your product or magazine shine. Contact us to license, buy or
commission art for your fabulous project. We are happy to help you!

XO

Lilla

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