Illustration for The Washington Post Opinions section about how more information on a topic can sometimes make us more closed-minded.
Michelle Kondrich is a freelance illustrator specializing in ink and acrylic paintings for editorial illustration. She is also skilled at creating storyboards and whiteboard animation/video scribes. Her work gives a narrative feel to even the most conceptual ideas and she is passionate about telling her clients' stories in often surprising ways.
Michelle was born and raised in rural Nebraska where she excelled at things like musical theater, the trumpet (she was first chair AND won the John Phillip Sousa award) and painting her high school's mascot (a bulldog) in tempera paint on local business windows during Homecoming.
Gallery-quality canvas prints on a smooth white archival canvas. Each canvas is hand cut and wrapped, featuring a 1.5" white edge. Hanging hardware is included making your canvas ready to display.