Cowry Catchers is an illustrated podcast with one or more illustrations for each episode. Some illustrations may contain minor spoilers, so I’ll post them under a cut in the show notes. I’ll put them all in one place here. If you haven’t listened up the current episode, and you don’t want any spoilers, you probably shouldn’t look at these. If you like a teaser before you start listening or you just want to see all the illustrations in one place, then this page is for you.
Sarah (Rah) Cloutier is a graduate student at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. She has been working on illustrations for Cowry Catchers since 2007. You can view more of her amazing work on her Deviant Art page. Rah’s interview.
GreenSprite is a Romanian artist and student who has been creating illustrations for Cowry Catchers since mid 2009. Her beautiful work can also be found on Deviant Art. As of this writing, she’s still taking commissions.
Bo Kaier is an artist living in New York. He is the illustrator behind many of The Drabblecast’s episode covers, as well as the artwork for the Super Animal Death Match Competition. You can see more of Bo’s work on Deviant Art, and he does take commissions.
The map and cover design for Cowry Catchers were created by Jeff McDowall, a graphic artist living in Orlando, Florida. Jeff has been beta reading for Abbie’s books since they were both teenagers. You can find more about him and his work on his website.
Jason Kivela is a graphic designer living with his partner and their pug, JP, in the liberal section of the Wisconsin northwoods. He spends his time playing D&D, playing volleyball and drawing. His life’s ambition is to be a full time artist and designer living on a beach somewhere. Meanwhile he will continue to get part time gigs with podcasts and gaming supplements. He designed the layout for the paid eBooks of Cowry Catchers, as well as some of the episode illustrations. Jason takes commissions for book design and artwork. Find out more about him and his work at his website.