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Rhythmistic Indie Graphic Novels, Fine Art, 
Graphic Design  &  Illustration. 

We love creating great indie visual art products for the Office, Classroom, Library, Home, Place of Meditation, Broadcast and 
Visual Arts Curriculum for the Classroom.  

We are a M.S.D.C. & MBE Approved Supplier and 
I.S.B.E., & N.C.L.B. Certified CPDU Provider.

All original artwork and photographs on this site are Copyright 2014 Turtel Onli , and should not be reproduced for commercial use without written permission. Other samples are All Rights reserved.
A college level French Language book cover designed by ONLI STUDIOS for Holt, Rinehart & Winston. 
Click this link or the picture above of ONLI STUDIOS' Rhythmistic graphic novels from our online store.




ONLI STUDIOS is a MBE and a proud "Cool Globe" artist for "cool solutions for a hot planet"!
Below are two samples of popular graphic design and illustration from ONLI STUDIOS. 
 Both were influenced by cool industry standards and the needs of the client.
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This bench was created for the Chicago Children's Museum.
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Purchase this signed, limited edition book on the forces and facts that motivated the launch of the most creative  genre in the world of graphic novels. 
Email or call to confirm 3rd Fridays' Open Studios: onli@sbcglobal.net  or Cell: 773-726-1610
One of our talented young Teaching Artists, Khaliq Warner, is being introduced to the amazing illustrations and cartoons created by former Disney standout animator,  Philo Barnhart. Presented by Charles Moisant, of Silver Phoenix, during our recent event at the DuSable Museum's 40th Anniversary Arts and Crafts Festival in Chicago's Museum South Campus.
The Harold Washington Library of Chicago is now ranked the #1 public library in the USA and #3 in the world. Below is a picture of the late Mayor Washington treating Onli to a seat in the Mayor's  chair. Onli is honored to have met the Mayor and to now have a retrospective exhibition in the library that was Mayor Washington's vision and part of his amazing legacy. The image above is a link to the exhibition.