Last fall, I created an urban illustration collection to submit to #ArtOnLink/LinkNYC. I was thrilled when my collection was accepted for publication. And, I felt over the moon excited when I learned that the collection would be displayed on all 1800 of the LinkNYC kiosks. In early December 2019, the collection went live across the 5 boroughs of the city and remained up for two weeks. Needless to say, I got chills of excitement every time I walked past one of “my” billboards on the street. As you can see, I also got lots of exercise running around the city with my camera. A big thank you to #ArtOnLink and LinkNYC for sponsoring my public art debut!

As you can see below, my concept of urban illustration includes humor:

I Love NY cartoon art by Joana Miranda
Photo of I Love NY cartoon illustration by Joana Miranda Studio -  As seen on LinkNYC kiosk on Amsterdam Ave in December
Carousel Watercolor Illustration by Joana Miranda
Photo of The Carousel illustration by Joana Miranda - As seen outside the AMC theater on Broadway
Rockefeller Center - Ink and watercolor illustration by Joana Miranda
Photo of LinkNYC kiosk in Brooklyn with Joana Miranda's Rockefeller Center illustration
The Street Artist - NYC illustration by Joana Miranda
Photo of The Portrait - Funny NYC illustration by Joana Miranda
Urban Illustration - Observation Deck by Joana Miranda
NYC illustration by Joana Miranda - The Observation Deck illustration on LinkNYC

Comments

    • Joana says:

      Hi Elizabeth,

      Thanks so much for visiting my site and for your lovely comment. It made my day!

      All best wishes,
      Joana

    • Joana says:

      Thank you so much, Mia! That means the world to me. 🙂
      All best wishes,
      Joana

    • Joana says:

      Thank you so much, Cherry! I’m delighted that you took the time to visit my website after seeing my work on Domestika. Which course did you do? I’ve enjoyed doing two courses with Mattias Adolfsson and another with Felix Scheinberger. Both artists are quite different from each other, but I learned a lot from each of them. 🙂 With all best wishes, Joana

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