Alan Dubinsky Alan has spectacular powers of observation and wonderful skills when it comes to illustration. Many of his images are composed in a style that seems almost "hyper" realistic -- as though this is the way things should be. Mr. Dubinsky's mastery of reflections and metallic surfaces has made him one of the most popular artists to work as a digital illustrator for Letters and Arts.
Alice Roberts Alice is an orderly sort, which makes her border designs a big hit! Her precision and attention to detail are obvious in each one of her quality page frames.
Amanda Moeckel With a keen eye for delicate flowers or the lines of the human figure, and a lovely sense of color, Amanda Moeckel brings each of her illustrations to life. Working in realistic, silhouette, and soft pastel gradient styles, she is often noted for her figures' striking poses and the realism of her flowers. Her festive ribbon borders are popular year round for celebrations and parties of all kinds.
Ashley Ruback Ashley graduated from both Duke University and Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design with degrees in Art History and Graphic Design. Being a designer is no doubt one of her callings in life, but she is also passionate about traveling abroad, yoga and any type of mountain adventure. When not running her design business, you can find her leading yoga and spiritual adventure trips in India with her other company, Redback Travels.
Barbara Burns Specializing mainly in cute cartoons, Ms. Burns has a very approachable style of illustration. Favoring thin outlines and bright colors, her critters of all shapes and sizes seem both happy and gentle. With a precise blend of attention to detail and creativity, she crafts some of Letters and Arts favorite digital illustrations and clipart.
Benjamin Light Benjamin has spent years traveling the world and honing his photographic techniques. At last count, he has visited five of the seven continents, dozens of countries, and many parts of the United States. His photographs remind us of the awesome beauty of the Lord's creation.
Bryce Canton Bryce has always been an artist. From an early age, everyone knew that his creativity and passion for art would consume his life. He naturally attended art school and, soon after, found employment with Letters and Arts. His loose style and sometimes whimsical expression are distinctive qualities found in a majority of his work.
Brynn Cogdill Brynn has always been a designer at heart. She studied graphic design at Southern Oregon University and now specializes in background and template production for Letters & Arts. She loves the challenge of combining elements such as imagery and typography together to create great designs. She hopes that through her designs, users will be able to create powerful and meaningful messages to their audiences.
Candice Green Candice has a passion for wedding design, having worked as a graphics professional for many years. Her primary focuses are working on invitation and program layout, which she has made for many happy couples.
Christina Smalley After receiving her B.A. in fine arts from the OSU, Christina immediately went to work as a commercial artist. She has created many of's most popular watermarked backgrounds.
Creighton Conner Creighton draws inspiration from personal reflection, the grace of the natural world and all the good folks in his life. He hopes you find a use for his styles in your printed materials or web designing. It gives him a great sense of humbleness and satisfaction to know that the artwork he makes is used around the world each day.
Daniel Johnson Cute creatures of all shapes and sizes are Daniel Johnson's specialty at Letters and Arts. Using a simple heavy line style mixes with areas of simple color, he manages to evoke life and movement with just a few design elements. From plants to animals to the stars and beyond, his instantly recognizable style seems to know no bounds!
David Luebke Consistently one of Letters and Arts most popular artists, the art of Mr. David Luebke suggests that he has a love of celebrations and parties, and that he knows how to bring out that sort of excitement in his illustrations. With simple, colorful clipart for all festive occassions, David's work may provide a happy backdrop to your designs.
Dean Gustafson Dean's stylistic tastes run to the simple and the clean. Working most often in a simple line art style, he manages to educe everything from musical instruments to flowers and beyond, each with a distinctive, understated flair. The primarily black and white images Mr. Gustafson creates are easy to pair together, and are great for those who want to create a simple, consistent look throughout their designs.
Deborha Daniele (aka Deda) Deborha Daniele (aka "Deda") studied at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2003 with a B.F.A. in Illustration. She has illustrated children's books, worked as a product designer, exhibited her work in San Francisco's De Young Museum, and produced several short animation films, including Academy of Art Film Festival 2003 Best Animated Stop Motion Film winner, "Ugly Duck." Currently she lives in Italy, where she teaches at the European Institute of Design in Rome and creates beautiful, European-inspired illustrations for Letters and Arts.

To see more of her original artwork, please visit her website.
Derek Clapton From an early age, Derek knew he had a passion for graphic design. He has masterfully blended an eye for layout with's Christian graphics to produce many of our most popular templates for church and ministry use. A thorough knowledge and appreciation for the wise words of the Bible has allowed him to add wonderful quotes from scripture and the Gospels to many of these designs.
Ellinee Design House At Ellinee design house we love layered textures, juicy colors, subtle tones and feminine details. Every design we create is a fresh mix of old and new, vintage yet contemporary, all with an added wink. To see our printed invitations,
Emily Crawford Emily always had a knack for the visual arts, winning multiple coloring contests as a child. She studied graphic design at Portland State and has since worked for branding and advertising agencies in Portland, Oregon. Though her work showcases a wide variety of styles, her preference is for hand-crafted, layered design using unique typography and pattern. Emily is addicted to design blogs and with much interest in the illustrative trends in the print world. Follow her work on her portfolio blog:
Eric Larsen Eric is an illustrator from Portland, Oregon. See more of his work at
Eric Stickney Having consistently been one of Letters and Arts most popular artists since the company's inception in 2004, Eric's vector artwork is, quite simply, photorealistic, and stunningly so. Mastery of the digital medium of illustration is evident in nearly every one of Eric's pieces, which provide elegant designer accents and a quality of image unheard of in the world of clip art before the days of Letters and Arts.
Eritrea Roberts One thing is certain - Eritrea has a love of holidays! Her work covers many different holidays and styles of illustration, but the majority are pieces devoted to the Christmas or Easter season. Ms. Roberts has illustrated everything from simple cartoons to highly realistic gradient-style images for Letters and Arts, and her work continues to be extremely popular with those designing with their own family in mind.
Evan Johnsen Evan grew up on the Big Island of Hawaii, surrounded by a beautiful natural environment and nurtured in his artistic efforts by a very creative and loving family. He studied fine arts at Southern Oregon University but considers himself a student of life and believes there is always more to learn in his field.
Fiona Blair Fiona is a fine arts photographer who also happens to be a talented graphic designer. She has brought her love for Christmas to her graphic illustrations, contributing dozens of nativity scene images over the years.
Gabhor Utomo Gabhor Utomo was born in Jakarta, Indonesia, where he learned to draw as a child, doodling on any surface he could find, including tables and walls. He soon put his natural talent to the test, taking third place in a national art competition when he was in the first grade. After graduating from high school, Gabhor moved to San Francisco where he earned his BFA from the Academy of Art University in 2003. And although growing up in Indonesia did not expose him to the world of children's books like most children in America, by the time he had his BFA he had illustrated his first children's book with author Katrina Courier.
Graham Lewis Graham does not remember taking his first picture. His parents gave him a Brownie Hawkeye for his tenth birthday. A variety of subjects attract him, nature, animals, and people at work, food . . . anything that reflects light. His photographs have been published in Ashland, Oregon Chamber of Commerce publications and the Ashland Daily Tidings.
Hein van Wyk Hein van Wyk is a professional graphic and web designer with over 10 years experience. His style is a combination of vintage retro and new wave elegance. Hein's work seamlessly combines modern day elements with old school perception to blend into a canvas of light, fun and creativity that perfectly fits in the world of wedding stationery design. To see more of Hein's Work, visit
Hunter Holmes Hunter specializes in creating incredible backgrounds and menu templates for The recipient of a B.A. in Graphic Design from Slippery Rock University, Mr. Holmes continues to cook up some of MustHaveMenus most popular layouts.
J. Pearson Ms. Pearson is a full-time freelance illustrator and graphic designer who specializes in fun and colorful watercolor illustrations.
Jacie Kurkinen Understated, classic design is the foundation of Jacie Kurkinen's work. Always wanting to find the most timeless solution, Jacie focuses on detailed typography and purposeful color choices. Her education has been put to use in the running of her own graphic design business since 2004. Clients include brides, new mothers, small business owners and corporations, all of whom are provided with elegant and relevant designs. Jacie received her Bachelor of Science from Portland State University and resides in Portland, Oregon.To see more of Jacie's work, please visit her website:
James Marshall James is a wizard when it comes to cute cartoons depicting a variety of subjects. From the barnyard to the nursery to the open range, he knows how to put an adorable spin on just about anything. Each of Mr. Marshall's illustrations is drawn in a loose, approachable, colorful style, making his art perfect for parents and friends of family.
Jennie Hake Jennie is a freelance artist and illustrator in Portland, Oregon. She has been an artist since an early age and has explored many different mediums and creative endeavors including children's murals, invitation design, printmaking, painting, and digital illustration. One thing remains constant through all of these...a love for natural elements, cute little critters, fun patterns and textures, and soft earthy colors. You can see more of Jennie's work at
Jennifer Lawrence Raised an art lover and maker, Jennifer believes her primary inspiration comes from her mother, who was a painter, commercial artist and art teacher. Since earning a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1981, she has managed to design or illustrate everything from tee shirt art to furniture, umbrellas and gift art, and has had several exhibitions of figurative drawings. She has also taught computer graphics at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. She works in the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area as a print designer and illustrator for many clients besides Letters and Arts, including Pottery Barn Kids, Genesys, Fleishman Hillard, Kaiser Permanente, City Lights of San Francisco, Doremus Advertising, Arc Frankel Advertising and Swirl Advertising. She lives in a big pink house in the Mission District of San Francisco with her very loud cat "Si" the Siamese.
Jennifer Prinzing Jennifer loves design in all forms, but the ones that tug at her heartstrings most are clean, bold and modern. Jenn loves type and devours color. She daydreams about things like which font has the best italic g. Luckily, here at Letters & Arts, she has many projects that turn her daydreams into reality. Her work can be seen at ShareHolidays, WeddingDNA, and MustHaveMenus.
Jim Williams Jim Williams is an amateur photographer living in Ashland, Oregon. He enjoys the colorful changes of seasons that Ashland affords and does his best to capture the landscape beauty in his photos.
John Williams Letters and Arts selects artists through a competitive process at various times throughout the year. Typically hundreds of artists apply for a commission and this field is narrowed to under a dozen finalists based on portfolios. Finalists are then asked to submit a particular sample image drawn to spec, and then the final select few are given commissions for a specific category and style of images.
Joni Jacobs Joni is a college-educated artist who has worked as a professional illustrator for many years. Her projects include greeting cards, book and magazine illustration and more. She tends toward a pleasing, simplified style for many of her drawings, which gives her art a distinctive and instantly recognizable look to her compositions. Multo en parvo, Joni!
Juno Muller Juno's artwork borrows from classic vector illustration styling to form her wonderful portraits and figure drawings. With a combination of heavy black outlines and an eye for delicate gradient shading, each of her pieces shines with an inner light deserving of her holy subject matter.
Karen Soleau As prolific as she is talented, Karen has spent many years as a professional illustrator, having drawn the pictures for numerous children's books, greeting cards, and other commercial printing projects. She has a style at once simple and elegant, made up of simple lines and shapes which somehow merge to not only create a piece of scalable digital art, but to evoke a mood, as well. Her love of flowers is clearly evident in many of her illustrations, as is her passion for creating stylized art for festive occassions.
Kari Dehn Kari Dehn is a professional print & apparel graphic designer with over 8 years of experience. Inspired by the little things of nature, with a passion for colors and beautiful prints, Kari brings a unique and balanced eye to the design of wedding stationery. She loves sharing her creativity and her little design heart is honored every time a couple picks her design to be apart of their special day. To see more of Kari's work, visit
Karl Nevelle Karl has studied graphic design for over 20 years. A graduate of a renowned art institute, Mr. Nevelle enjoys freelancing for Letters & Arts as well as several other art production companies throughout the world. His work encompasses a large range of border styles from classic to contemporary, art deco to pop.
Kat Connors

Kat is a professional freelance artist, graphic designer, award-winning chef and creative Jill-of-All-Trades. She has some formal education in art and design, but has been largely self-taught over the last 15 years.

Her design background lies heavily in artistic projects such as art event flyers, digital art prints, music album covers and a range of apparel and accessories. Kat's digital graphics often intersect and merge with her other visual art to create digital, stencil and and mixed media pieces that have been displayed in art galleries, comic book shops and retail stores throughout Las Vegas.

You can view her portfolio, design blog and shop on her website.

Kate Miller As a graphic professional, Kate is passionate about creating beautiful designs. From commercial brand identity to personalized announcements, Kate's artistic style follows the latest design trends while staying uniquely customized for each project. To see more of her work please visit:
Kim Schwede A graduate of California State University Chico, Kimberly Schwede is an established Illustrator and Graphic Designer based in California. Through her designs she looks to embrace the whimsical things in life. Her inspirations come from her love of travel, color, fashion, children and animals. If one can smile with delight at her work then she feels its a job well done! Clients include: Swatch, Janie & Jack, American Girl, Tiny Prints, Running Press and Klutz Publishing.

To see more of Kimberly's work, visit:
Kimberly White Kimberly White discovered digital scrapbook designing in 2006 while recuperating from a broken arm. She enjoys photographing and scrapping her active sons and dog. Kimberly holds a BS in Information Systems Management and is a former non-profit director, editor, marketer, and software and database engineering instructor. She loves designing all things scrapbook, writing tutorials and articles for Page Lamp, and is passionate about her art and writing.
Kristy Tucker

After completing her B.A. in Art, Kristy chose to enter the design and illustration fields, and within a few short years after graduating began winning regional and national awards for her work.

Kristy has well over ten years of experience, and is a versatile artist who has applied her eye for color, composition, and typography in numerous projects for clients in the U.S., Europe, and Asia.

In addition to working as a graphic designer and illustrator, Kristy has taught graphics applications at the university level, and has shown her fine artwork in venues across the U.S. More of Kristy's work can be seen on her portfolio website.

Kurt McClung Letters & Arts employs talented artists from around the world. Our artists are highly experienced in Adobe Illustrator and PhotoShop, and are skilled in the latest vector drawing, painting, and photo retouching techniques. We have selected them not only for their technical expertise, but for their stylistic flair and originality.
Lena Tsiorba Lena Tsiorba, owner + creator of ettodesign (etto means "this is" in Russian), a design and stationery company specializing in custom wedding invitation sets, birth announcements, business identities and other print collateral. Lena's work is inspired by nature, organic shapes, the color grey, bold colors and simple line drawings. She loves to create beautiful things that make people smile and is passionate, creative and detail oriented. Lena enjoys clean and modern design aesthetic and loves what she does. You can see some samples of her work at
Lia Griffith Lia's design career has been quite enchanted as she started by designing for the restaurants, retail stores and events at a world class resort, moved into to branding and designing a baby clothing line, then created a flower shop that specialized in weddings and most recently was the art director for a gourmet chocolate company. Lia states her design style as being feminine yet crisp, with attention to the magic of color. Check out Lia's amazing paper art dresses at
Lindsay Zogas After earning her BA from the University of San Francisco, Lindsay worked as a designer for branding and marketing agencies in Portland. Working for big-name clients gave her experience in many areas of design including conceptual development, execution and production. After designing her own holiday cards and invitations and receiving rave reviews from friends and family, she realized she had found her niche. Brides from all over the U.S. began contacting her for work, and her invitation design studio, Paper Bloom, was born. To see more of Lindsay's work, visit
Linsey Fuller One of Linsey's earliest memories is baking with her mom. One miniature baking set, flour, sugar, and a little water sparked a love for cooking, baking, and most importantly eating early on in Linsey's life. In college she worked as a caterer serving and organizing private and public events while also working at Williams-Sonoma to support her love for kitchen appliances. After graduating with a BA in Marketing and Advertising she put her ideas to the test in the real world designing business identities, logos, wedding invitations, & custom projects for clients all over the United States. Her love for mid-century and modern decor keeps her designs clean and fresh.
Michael Moss Mr. Moss specializes in creating digital illustrations of classic Christmas ornaments with a modern flare. A deft use of gradients, a keen eye and a black and white color scheme allow him to create striking images which can easily be used together in the creation of holiday designs.
Nicole Riseley Ketchum Nicole Ketchum of Silver Acorn Designs has been a graphic artist and designer for over 11 years. Silver Acorn Designs was started in April 2008, to cater to imaginative, creative companies and clients interested in designing outside the box. Nicole takes an innovative design approach when incorporating graphics and textures, combining modern and retro styles inspired by the natural world. Color, texture and shapes can transcend a blank space to create a beautiful, dimensional experience. Silver Acorn Designs specializes in designing and branding for print, web, packaging, jewelry, accessories, surface pattern and wall graphics. See more of Nicole's work at
Nora Faux Nora is an experienced designer at Letters and Arts and brings a quality of symbolism that ranges from rather primitive to stylistic perfection. Her approach to icons, logos and trademarks captures power, progress and passion. Her growing collection of work here at Letters and Arts has proven popular among other designers and novice users alike.
Rachel Barrett Rachel has always considered herself an artist, but didn't actually believe she could make a living at it until she was over 40. She wanted to feel that she was contributing something to the world using her God-given talents. So she quit her corporate job and went back to school to expand on the art extension classes she had taken throughout her life. She studied traditional skills in life drawing and even sold watercolor paintings through galleries in Berkeley, California and Santa Fe.
Randy Rocchi Something of a jack of all trades when it comes to digital illustration, Mr. Rocchi has an instantly recognizable style all his own. Some images are drawn in a gradient style, while others are beautiful flowing line art, and still others are drawn in a combination of the two techniques. Randy's talents with typography, word art and borders are also renowned, as his images in those areas are consistently among the most popular at Letters and Arts.
Sean Bagshaw Letters & Arts employs talented photographers from around the world. Our photographers are highly experienced in Adobe PhotoShop and are skilled in the latest photo retouching techniques. We have selected them not only for their technical expertise, but for their ability to bring out the natural beauty of life and our environment.
Severn Ivins Severn's stylistic approach maintains a simple and clean distinction. Working most often in a pen and ink like style, he has created a beautiful collection of black and white images that are easily coupled to create a consistent look throughout designs.
Shannon McMath Shannon McMath is a freelance designer, photographer, and writer living in Northern California with her husband and beautiful daughter. Having earned a degree in Art & Design from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, she has learned to recognize the role that creativity plays in our society, and also how important it is to foster creativity in children.
Share Holidays Artists Share Holidays employs talented artists from around the world. Our artists are highly experienced in Adobe Illustrator and PhotoShop, and are skilled in the latest vector drawing, painting, and photo retouching techniques. We have selected them not only for their technical expertise, but for their stylistic flair and originality.
Sybil Tate Letters and Arts selects artists through a competitive process at various times throughout the year. Typically hundreds of artists apply for a commission and this field is narrowed to under a dozen finalists based on portfolios. Finalists are then asked to submit a particular sample image drawn to spec, and then the final select few are given commissions for a specific category and style of images.
Tara Barrick A fresh designer and illustrator, Tara's designs can be found on various applications. She's designed bath product lines, activewear and stationery. Tara's designs are unique, fresh and fun. Her beautiful work can be found at
Taylor McKenzie Letters & Arts employs talented artists from around the world. Our artists are highly experienced in Adobe Illustrator and PhotoShop, and are skilled in the latest vector drawing, painting, and photo retouching techniques. We have selected them not only for their technical expertise, but for their stylistic flair and originality.
Teresa Diepenbrock Teresa Diepenbrock hails from San Francisco, California, and moved to Oregon to complete a degree in Fine Arts from University of Oregon. She now lives with her fun, lovable family in Portland, Oregon. An established designer and illustrator, Teresa enjoys creating bright, whimsical images with lots of colors and maybe a polka dot or two. See more of Teresa's work at
Tiffani Ordonez Letters & Arts employs talented artists from around the world. Our artists are highly experienced in Adobe Illustrator and PhotoShop, and are skilled in the latest vector drawing, painting, and photo retouching techniques. We have selected them not only for their technical expertise, but for their stylistic flair and originality.
Tom Walker Residing in Eugene, Oregon, Tom Walker is a typography specialist with an incredible eye for Word Art. Modern and distinctive, his images and script are great attention grabbers for all sorts of projects, including menus and more.
Trudy Witt Trudy has been illustrating in her playful and energetic style for Letters & Arts since 2005. She specializes in a brushstroke style is adept at showing movement and character lines. Her interests include the vocal arts and dance.
Vanessa Thompson Vanessa approaches her illustrations with a great eye for cuteness combined with all around fun. She has been drawing cartoons since she was a child drawing freehand on her schoolroom desk.
Victoria Jamieson Victoria is a children's book author and illustrator with four published books to her credit. After receiving her BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design, Victoria held down many jobs, including portrait artist on a cruise ship, illegal tour guide through the Vatican Museums, and of course, countless waitressing gigs. She is thrilled to now be a full-time illustrator, and to work doing what she loves every day. To see more of Victoria's work, please visit
Victoria Nylund Victoria is a professional graphic designer and photographer on staff at Letters & Arts, Inc. She draws inspiration from simply noticing the everyday occurrences of form, light and color. Her design style has been described as fresh, modern and elegent.
Vincent W. Ho Mostly self-taught in graphic design, Vincent has been designing artwork and layouts for use in product catalogs, packaging, and even outdoor recreational products. His talents include typography, design layout, photo-manipulation, and photography for product shoots. He has also created software icons, participated in toy design, and dabbled in video game animation. He finds his inspiration from the world around us, in nature and in the artifacts of our culture, ranging from the whimsical and stylized designs of game and cartoon characters to the mundane but sometimes beautiful appearances of everyday items.

To see more of Vincent's work, please visit his website.
Yulia McCall Letters & Arts employs talented artists from around the world. Our artists are highly experienced in Adobe Illustrator and PhotoShop, and are skilled in the latest vector drawing, painting, and photo retouching techniques. We have selected them not only for their technical expertise, but for their stylistic flair and originality.