Various book and character illustrations for Nickelodeon properties, Backyardigans and Lazy Town. Always a good time with my backyard friends and Sportacus!
Backyardigans and Lazy Town
Character illustrations for a proposed tween fashion doll line. I also designed icons and graphics for packaging and the web.
© The Bradford Exchange and Ashton-Drake Galleries
Illustrations for the award-winning PBS Kids book series. I illustrated both Feeling Happy and Fruit Salad. These busy touch and feel board books were popular with kids and parents alike!
© Public Broadcasting Service
Story work for children's publications dealing with issues such as bullying, tobacco and drug use.
© Standard Publishing
© Review and Herald Publishing
Monster Hollow is an original property I'm developing for a series of books and more. Stay tuned for future announcements and enjoy this portrait gallery of the main cast!
Monster Hollow © 2012 - 2015 Jason Jourdan
Promotional art for Poptropica.
Shark Boy rules!
© Sandbox Networks, Inc.
A couple of pieces for fun utilizing a style inspired by Ed Emberley and Fred Hemlbeck. I love classic superheroes!
All characters © DC Comics and Marvel Comics
I have had the privilege to work on mascot designs for college sports with my friends at Rickabaugh Graphics. I provided concepts for the development of Kids Club versions of the mascots for the Texas Longhorns and Central Florida Knights. I also worked on character costume ideas for "Conrad" of the Hickory Crawdads Minor League Baseball team.
© University of Texas at Austin
© Minor League Baseball
© University of Central Florida
Development art for a personal project about a 12 year-old girl and her friends as they team with her out-of-work dad and a woodland goblin to tackle paranormal events in their small town.
Gracie Quinn and the Graveyard Gang © Jason Jourdan
Samples from a comic book I developed with the Adventist Development Relief Agency for their annual youth conference. I designed the ADRA Force characters and illustrated the story that encourages kids to get involved in global relief efforts to bring clean water, education, agriculture and more to regions in need. Kids can be superheroes too!
© Adventist Development Relief Agency
Moshi Monsters promotional art and cover to A Monsterific Journal for Penguin Books.
© Mind Candy, Ltd.
An illustrated map project for local businesses in select neighborhoods.
Can you spot some of the more colorful fictional residents?
© Jason Jourdan