Tag Archives: commissions

Madi’s Chic New Illustrated Blogger Portrait

ArtCorgi Commission for Madi by Crespella Before and After

Madi recently commissioned this charming portrait from Crespella as part of her blog’s relaunch. We love the portrait and the blog! To commission a portrait of your own in this style, stop by Crespella’s commission page (she did the art). To see Madi’s blog, visit Madizine.net. Backstory Behind the Piece: Q&A with Madi ArtCorgi (AC): […]

ArtCorgi’s Thanksgiving Contest

#ArtCorgiFamily November contest

We have a fun treat for you! To celebrate Thanksgiving, we are kicking off a contest designed to celebrate our fabulous families. The prize: An ArtCorgi commission worth up to $150 The deadline: November 30th Winner announced: December 1st How to enter: Post a favorite or fun family photo to Instagram or Twitter with the […]

Game of Thrones-Inspired Wedding Art

Wedding Comic Panels Before and After via ArtCorgi

This past June, Carol and Matt had a very special pop art-themed wedding and ArtCorgi got to play a small role! For the special event, Carol commissioned two illustrated comic pages inspired by Game of Thrones and featuring herself and Matt tumbling into another world. To be true to the pop art theme, Carol and […]

ArtClings – An Entirely New Way to Display Your Art


Today we are launching ArtCling.com, a site powered by ArtCorgi that enables you to commission a physical piece of art in the form of an ArtCling- a piece of high quality adhesive fabric which can be as small as a sticker or as large as a full wall mural that can immediately be displayed on […]

An Assassin’s Creed-Inspired Portrait

Carlo the Assassin by Bloodyman88 on ArtCorgi

We are perpetual fans of badass portraits, pieces featuring pets, and videogame-inspired art. This Assassin’s Creed-inspired piece commissioned by Carlo from our talented artist Bloodyman88 hits all three categories at once. Isn’t it cool? You can commission art of your own in this style on Bloodyman88’s character design commission page. Congrats on the fantastic commission, […]

Samuel on His Commission featuring Fort Ingall by Nell Fallcard

Samuel the Soldier by Nell Fallcard

Nell Fallcard was recently commissioned to create a period piece inspired by Samuel’s experience working at Fort Ingall. We love the finished product and asked Samuel some questions about his commission. Read more about him below! ArtCorgi: What is the story behind Fort Ingall? When and why was it created? And can people visit it […]

Omniopticon on a Commission He Created for Two Brothers in the Military

Omniopticon explains the difference between anime and comic book styles in a different light in which we find quite interesting and accurate! Read about it and Omniopitcon himself below! Also, check out the below piece Nicholas Fudge commmissioned Omniopitcon for; very patriotic!   Artcorgi: We love your comic style. For how long have you been creating […]

Artists on ArtCorgi: Joseph Lee

We did a quick Q&A with another artist on ArtCorgi, Joseph Lee. He has various styles and selections on the site including chibi and character digital illustrations. Read more about Joseph below! ArtCorgi: Tell us a bit about yourself! Joseph: I am a full time graphic designer and web developer; in my free time (HA! HA!) […]

Jacinta’s Fantasy-Themed ArtCorgi Commission by Absinthe

Jacinta Riding Her Dragon by Absinthe

We love this fantasy piece done by Absinthe! This piece was recently commissioned by Jacinta. We wanted to get to know more about Jacinta and her love for dragons– And also her experience with commissioning art– So read on for more! “With ArtCorgi… It was so easy to search out an artist whose style I […]

ArtCorgi: Harry’s Commission by Mourphine

The Boat Trip by Mourphine - Commission for Harry

We love this illustration one of our latest clients, Harry, commissioned of himself and one of his friends out on the water. Isn’t it fun? We caught up with Harry to learn more about this piece and what inspired it. The Story Behind the Commissoin ArtCorgi: What inspired you to commission art as a gift? Harry: I […]