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Tag Archives: gift

Client Spotlight: Jon’s mesmerizing, romantic portrait gift for his fiancée by Silvia Brunetti

ArtCorgi custom artwork commission for Jon by Silvia Brunetti

I couldn’t be happier to share this Client Spotlight Interview with you! This gorgeous piece of art was created by one of our recent artist additions, Silvia Brunetti, and it has already become one of my all-time favourite artworks on the site. If you want to work with Silvia, click here to have your own […]

Romantic Portrait of a Long-Distance Couple

ArtCorgi Commission for Dan by Lucia Garcia Before and After

Lucía García has been immensely popular lately, and given how coloful, passionate, and picturesque her portraits are (making them particularly great for couples), we can understand why! This particular piece Dan commissioned as a gift for his long-distance girlfriend (in Lucía’s painterly anime illustration style) is particularly striking. We love how Lucía played with light […]

A Thoughtful Portrait Gift for a Sister

ArtCorgi Commission Before and After

Most of the gift-related commission orders we receive are for husbands, wives, girlfriends, and boyfriends, so this commission Abie ordered for her sister (as a holiday gift) stands out! Abie had Lucía García illustrate her in her anime bust portrait style. Backstory Behind the Piece: Q&A with Abie ArtCorgi (AC): What inspired you to commission […]

An Epic CEO Portrait Celebrating an Ad Agency’s 15th Anniversary

Bloodyman88 ArtCorgi Commission Before and After for Dennis

Several weeks back, Ben and one of his colleagues at the digital ad agency Custom Media Labs reached out to us about commissioning a piece to celebrate the hard work and dedication of the firm’s CEO, Manos Sifakis. The resulting portrait by Bloodyman88 in his classic Character Design style is certainly unforgettable! Backstory Behind the […]

Friends Drawn as Their Game Characters

ArtCorgi Tabletop Game Commision Before and After by Clay Graham

While the good ol’ fashioned group portrait has its place in the world, we love it when people portray their friends and family creatively. For example, consider this commission Suzanne ordered from Clay Graham in which she and her friends are illustrated as the characters they play on tabletop game nights. Is this not more […]

Fun Portrait of a Man and His Sidekick Cat

ArtCorgi Commission for Jake by Mourphine

Isn’t this portrait the best? Jake commissioned from Mourphine (in her Simple Cartoon style) for his friend Justin and we understand it went over quite well! Backstory Behind the Piece: Q&A with Jake ArtCorgi (AC): What inspired you to commission this art? Jake (J): I always thought it would be a super cool idea as […]

An Illustrated Going Away Present

ArtCorgi Commission by Fleur Sciortino Before and After via ArtCorgi

When a good friend leaves town for school or a new job, our typical response— if we are really on our game, is to get them a nice card. Ciaran left us in the good friendship dust, however, by creating card that features an original, illustrated scene! Fleur Sciortino created the art. You can learn […]

The Perfect Birthday Gift for A Beatles Fan

The Birthday Commission by Bloodyman88 via ArtCorgi

Sometimes people commission art gifts on ArtCorgi that make us realize we SERIOUSLY up our birthday gifting game. The commission above, which Igor ordered from Bloodyman88 as a birthday gift for his father, serves as an excellent case in point. Can you imagine getting a portrait of your younger self, your son, and your dog […]

A Beautiful Portrait of Jimmy’s Wife

Portrait-of-Jessica-before-and-after-by-Shobey1kanoby-via-ArtCorgi

Isn’t this a lovely portrait of Jimmy’s wife? Shobey1kanoby did the art in her realistic digital painting style. We don’t often get realistic portrait commissions, so we had a blast seeing the piece come together. Backstory Behind the Piece – Q&A with Jimmy ArtCorgi (AC): What inspired you to commission this portrait of your wife? […]