Freelance Illustrator Ashley Mackenzie

Selected work by freelance illustrator Ashley Mackenzie.

It’s been a while since I showed you some work created by freelance illustrator Ashley Mackenzie. Therefore, it’s time to show you more of her creative work.

Ashley Mackenzie is an award winning Toronto, Ontario based artist and illustrator. She was born in Victoria and grew up between Vancouver and Edmonton. After studying online for a year through AAU in San Francisco, she moved to Toronto to pursue a degree in Illustration at OCADU.

Ashley Mackenzie loves to create complex conceptual illustrations for personal and commissioned projects. She is often hired by publishers to create illustrations that visually support diverse articles. Below you can see some pieces of her illustrative work. For more, please visit: ashmackenzie.com

Illustration for the GradEx poster instead of straight graphic design.
Illustration for the GradEx poster instead of straight graphic design.
Illustrated art print by Ashley Mackenzie.
Illustrated art print by Ashley Mackenzie.
Scientific American illustrations for the article The Hidden Dangers of Going Under about possible lingering side-effects of anaesthesia. The red version was chosen.
Scientific American illustrations for the article The Hidden Dangers of Going Under about possible lingering side-effects of anaesthesia. The red version was chosen.
Work created for the Tor.com short story “Acrobatic Duality” by freelance illustrator Tamara Vardomskaya.
Work created for the Tor.com short story “Acrobatic Duality” by freelance illustrator Tamara Vardomskaya.
First 100% digital illustration by Ashley Mackenzie. Work with a slightly-transparent ghostliness touch.
First 100% digital illustration by Ashley Mackenzie. Work with a slightly-transparent ghostliness touch.
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