<h1>Luana Spinetti</h1>

Author, Cartoonist, Freelance Blogger for Hire (B2B, Marketing, SaaS)

Your art is so full of life and character. Every time I see one of your pictures, a story plays out perfectly in my mind. Your work is beautiful and I always look forward to seeing it. - Eleanor Knight

I’m a Freelance Cartoonist for Hire. I Add Beautiful Artwork to Your Smart Content

Yes, I’m a cartoonist for hire for art projects like illustrated books, comic books and private commissions…

BUT!

As a freelance cartoonist, I also draw for business, my job is to help your readers visualize your blog post, chapter, newsletter and any other type of concept-heavy, articulated or technical content your audience might have trouble visualizing or creating a mental scheme for.

For 2017, HubSpot reported 42 visual content marketing statistics on its blog, showing a growing trend user preference for visual content – and its effectiveness to help brand your content and make it memorable.

Image: "Books and Young Readers" by Luana Spinetti (artwork featuring two small children reading illustrated books)

Ready to complement your content with beautiful (and effective) artwork?

Take a look at my rates and contact me for a quote.

My Cartoons Appeared in Blog Posts and Newsletters

Look for yourself below!

Blog Posts

Are You and Your Writing Clients Speaking the Same Language?“- GetPaidToWriteOnline.com (1 cartoon):

My cartoon for Sharon H. Hall's blog post

Because the title says it all: are you and your client understanding each other? My cartoon describes exactly that scene: a business client is talking her biz lingo to a poor freelance writer who’s currently undergoing information overload!

 

How Super Bloggers Work: Getting Efficient with A Blog Schedule” – WebHostingSecretReveald.net (6 cartoons):

Cartoons for WHSR "Super Bloggers" blog post

Each cartoon in this post illustrates one or more points that the post is trying to make: from becoming a super blogger when you were only a humble blogger with no “superpower” (yet), to zoning in when you’re deep into your writing project, and using a calendar to stay consistent with your posting schedule… as well as letting readers know that you’re going on a hiatus (if you don’t feel well, your readers are going to be understanding, like a family… right?)

Newsletters

(CWI) 2016 Anthology named EXPLAIN now available! Writing tips!

Christmas 2016 - CWI illustration

(CWI) Happy Easter; Assistants Wanted; What’s Hot and What’s Not

Easter 2016 - CWI picture

Newsletter CWI 2011
Newsletter CWI 2012 – Contest Entries
Newsletter CWI – Christmas 2012
CWI 2013 – Short Story Contest for Beginners
CWI 2013 – Contest Winners

Older CWI newsletter pictures

Are you ready to add beautiful artwork to your fabulous content and glue readers to your page?

Get in touch today and let’s get talking about your project!

Thanks! 🙂