Juliette Borda, Illustrator
Juliette lives and works in New York City where her earnest, insightful work enlightens viewers on the human condition in bold, unconventional ways.
Juliette has received thirteen consecutive years of inclusion in American Illustration. She received a silver medal from the Society of Illustrators in 2006. Other awards include a silver medal from the Art Directors' Club of NY and silver and bronze medals from the Society of Newspaper Designers.
Juliette's illustrations have appeared in many publications including The Girl's Guide to Absolutely Everything (Workman, 2007), the cover of The New Yorker, Travel + Leisure, Smart Money, The New York Times Magazine, and others. The May/June 2003 issue of Communications Arts Magazine featured a 10-page profile of Juliette and her work.
Her gouache paintings have been exhibited at the Society of Illustrators Museum of American Illustration in NYC, the Norman Rockwell Museum in Massachusetts, the Pasadena Art Center, the Ontario College of Art and Design, Spazioeventi Libreria Mondadori in Venice, Italy, the University of Palermo in Buenos Aires, among others. Her original work is in the collections of Ethan Hawke and David Zwirner, and she has pieces in the permanent collection of the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh.
"To work with Juliette Borda, is to say you have collaborated with one of the finest illustrators in the world, an illustrator who has defined an era. To own one of her prints, is to own a masterwork of illustration, art and design." - Teresa Otul-Cummings, Creative Director
"Juliette Borda's truly unique painterly style, vibrant signature palette and keen visual wit result in arresting images that elevate the content that she illustrates." - Chalkley Calderwood, Art Director