Charlottesville based freelance illustrator Scott DuBar is a graduate of VCU School of the Arts where he recieved his degree in Communication Arts magna cum laude. Scott's work covers a wide range of lifelong interests including old style cartooning, surrealism, humor, as well as issues concerning human rights and the environment.
CFA Institute, TeeGee Toys, Outdoor Utah, Blue Ridge Outdoors, HappyReading.org, Graphic Artists Guild, Synchronicity Foundation, Culpeper Technology Center
“I contracted Scott in 2011 to design a large backdrop illustration for a trade show booth that my company was creating for the 2012 New York Toy Fair. Scott did an absolutely fantastic job putting the illustration together (on-time) and completely exceeding all of my expectations. I really enjoyed working with him and plan on working with him again. The quality of his work was great, and everyone that saw the backdrop commented on how great it was. Thanks a lot!”
President and Founder TeeGee Toys
"Scott is always creative, and always on time. He takes my thoughts and words from articles, and delivers exactly what I envision. His art has become an integral and outstanding contribution to a regular editorial presence in the Utah Adventure Journal."
Editor, Utah Adventure Journal
"Scott DuBar's illustrations are both entertaining and insightful. He artfully communicates important information through visually appealing maps and clever, creative illustrations. His Happy Trails maps have transformed our approach to destinations in Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine, and they have become a popular resource for our readers."
Editor in Chief, Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine
"I am so fortunate to have found Scott online; though we've never met in person, we collaborate virtually with great success. He makes every illustration special, and he frequently exceeds expectations as he envisions something more interesting, humorous or beautiful than what had been ordered. Given his talent, professionalism and versatility, I recommend him enthusiastically."