Thom Sevalrud is an artist, illustrator and educator who lives and works in Toronto, Canada. He has studied illustration, design and fine art and is a graduate of the Alberta College of Art and Design. Thom’s work has appeared in a wide variety of international publications, as well as producing images for clients in book publishing, graphic design and corporate communications.
He has created work for a large and diverse group of clients including Business Week, Utne Reader, Mother Jones, Chicago Tribune, Rolling Stone, Scientific American, The Globe and Mail, Washington Post, Cottage Life, German Vogue, Canada Post (a stamp for the Millennium Collection), Sun Life Financial, United Airlines, Pfiser, The Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association, Double Day Canada, Mudd Puddle Books, Duncan Baird Publishers, HarperCollins and TD Canada Trust to name just a few. His book covers have been commissioned for markets in Italy, Germany and Great Britain.
Thom’s illustration work has received numerous awards and multiple-recognition from: American Illustration, Communication Arts Illustration Annual, The Society of Illustrators, Luerzer's Archive 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide, 3x3 Magazine, Creative Quarterly, How Magazine, Applied Arts Awards Annual, The Art Director’s Club Of Toronto, Studio Magazine, CAPIC. His work has been exhibited in Toronto, New York City and Amsterdam.
In addition to his illustration and art practise, he teaches illustration at both the Sheridan College ITAL and at OCAD University in Toronto.
All images on this web site are copyrighted by Thom Sevalrud, and may not be used without permission. Some images may be available for re-use. Please contact his rep with your inquiries.