Juliette has created paintings for hundreds of publications, corporations, publishers and institutions, such as The New Yorker; Time, Inc; The New York Times; Esquire; Rolling Stone; Newsweek; Health; Oprah; Martha Stewart; Girl Scouts USA; Coke Femsa; and Penguin Books, among many other national and int'l clients. Her work has been recognized by American Illustration, Communication Arts, Society of Illustrators, and Art Director's Club NY, received medals from Society of Illustrators NY and LA; and is in the collection of the Carnegie MoA. Her work was included in the show Comic Release: Negotiating Identity for a New Generation ( Regina Gouger Miller Gallery); & hung alongside Kara Walker's work. She has also shown at the Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, MA.
"Juliette Borda is one of the most preeminent and important illustrators of our time. Her work has been recognized by the most important Creatives in the world. Her smart style, wry wit, and artistic prowess can only be described as brilliant. To work with Juliette Borda, is to say you have collaborated with one of the finest illustrators in the world, an illustrator who has defined an era. To own one of her prints, is to own a masterwork of illustration, art and design." Teresa Otul-Cummings, Creative Director White House/Black Market