EyeSpy (Version 2)
for macOS 10.12 (Sierra) and macOS 10.13 (High Sierra)

A Few of Our Artists

illumineX has been working with professional artists and graphics illustrators to bring you fun new characteers for the all-new EyeSpy. Here are a few of them.

Ednor Therriault


If you're an illustrator, artist, or cartoonist, and if you would like to feature your work in an EyeSpy ArtPaX, contact us by sending email to:
[email protected] .

We look forward to chatting with you!

The EyeSpy Guy, EyeSpy logo, and various ArtPaX including Barnyard Babies, and Citron Spies were created in cooperation with Ednor Therriault of Zephyr Graphic Design .

Working with Ednor on a creative design project is more fun that it has any right to be (it's called "work" after all!) Ednor is a talented and experienced professional, with a great sense of humor.

If you need help with graphics design including brochures, web sites, logo design, and more, contact Ednor at Zephyr Graphics Design .

You'll be glad you did!

Courtney Blazon

The magical art of Courtney Blazon will be coming to an EyeSpy ArtPaX this summer.

Courtney Blazon is an artist and illustrator living and working in Missoula, MT. She is a graduate from Parsons School of Design, where she received her BFA in Illustration. She's shown in Missoula at the Brink Gallery and the UC Gallery, and outside of Montana, her work has been shown in Seattle, Portland, New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco. Her work has been featured in New American Paintings (Western Edition), Studio Visit Magazine, and juxtapoz.com. She received a Montana Arts Council Artists Innovation Award in 2011.

Courtney Blazon is represented by Radius Gallery in Missoula, MT.

Freedom Lee Drudge

EyeSpy In-App Purchase screen shot

illumineX is working with Missoula, Montana artist Freedom Lee Drudge to bring you... Zombies!

Coming to the App Store this summer!

Meanwhile, check him out (and like him!) on Facebook...
Freedom Lee Drudge Art on Facebook

Get to know Freedom better by way of this fun interview (which includes the phrase, "kitty reaper") Adorable Beasts by Erika Fredrickson of the Missoula Independent.

And don't miss his web comic, Felton Black .