Humorous Illustration

Milburn’s art & design can help you
win friends, and influence sales.

Fun and Humorous illustrations bring smiles, builds goodwill, and can make your message more effective, and much more memorable! Milburn’s one-of-a-kind illustrations can help you quickly deliver your message in friendly and compelling ways.

Difficult to talk about subject matter? 
Humorous art is a proven and extremely effective way to address a serious subject. Over the years Milburn has created illustrations that addressed things like internal theft issues for business, wills and trusts, heart attacks, automobile seat belt safety awareness program for children, and even drawings for a program to help prevent deaths on Texas highways.

To paraphrase Mary Poppins, “A spoonful of humor helps the message go down in the most delightful way!”

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Typical applications include:

  • PowerPoint presentations
  • Educational materials
  • Newsletters
  • Greetings
  • Advertising: posters, brochures, logos, billboards, etc.
  • Promotional products
  • Personalized gifts (caricatures)
  • And for many other uses.

When you add a “touch of humor” to your marketing mix, it would be similar to the way newspapers are structured:

  • a page or two of comics add balance to the rest of the paper.
  • The same idea applies to news media — a lot of news balanced with human interest stories along with features that bring smiles.

In summary…

  • Cartoon art is a fun, friendly, and effective way to deliver your message.
  • Humor makes selling your ideas, products, and services more memorable.
  • Humorous artworks especially well with sensitive topics.
  • Lighthearted communications show that your business is not “all work and no play.”
  • Humorous illustration and cartoon art bring smiles to employees and customers.
  • A little use of humor helps make you and your company more likable.
  • Humor works!

Milburn’s cartoons and illustrations are produced in a variety of styles and techniques—whatever works best for your needs:

  • Pencil/halftone
  • Ink/line art
  • Prisma Color
  • Watercolor
  • Adobe Illustrator/VectorAdvertising: posters, brochures, logos, billboards, etc.