Rachelle Meyer is an American illustrator living in Amsterdam. She’s worked for over 15 years as a freelancer specializing in narrative art, particularly in children’s and literary markets. She draws both digitally and by hand. Her illustrative art project, Faces on the Ferry, grabbed the attention of The Guardian, Het Parool, and FLOW Magazine, among others. She also creates her own graphic novels.
Her talents have been used to interpret the work of contemporary best-selling authors such as Dave Eggers (A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius), Audrey Niffenegger (The Time Traveler's Wife), and Nick Ortner (The Tapping Solution). She also writes and illustrates her own books.
A partial list of her clients includes: TEDxAmsterdam, Museumnacht, Harper Collins, De Vier Windstreken, Hinkler Books,Sixpenny Magazine, LITographs, Ojoba Collective, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Rocket Star Press, DOLhouse Creaetive Agency, Uitgeverij Delubas, Kids Marketeers, Time Out Amsterdam, Pelican Magazines, Hay House Publishers, World Book Inc.,Syngenta Seeds, Sigma Kalon, Liz Claiborne Inc., Berenter, Greenhouse and Webster, Face Marketing London,and The United Nations.
Rachelle is available for new commissions and can also be booked for workshops, live sketching, and speaking engagements.