Illustration and Graphic Design Services

Kelly Panacci Inc. is a full service art design and licensing company. We provide complete illustration and graphic design services from concept to print ready digital art files. We are team focused working with marketing professionals, publishers and writers towards final products that meet or exceed client and customer expectations.

Illustration and Design of a 28 page Visitor Guide


2020 Update:

We were thrilled to be invited to illustrate our 2020 PEC visitors guide. This year has been very challenging for all small businesses and this contract helped us stay busy and creative. Working with our county marketing team we're again very proud of this year's guide helping visitors connect with us and our beloved county during these challenging times.   

Client: The Corporation of the County of Prince Edward

2019 National EDAC AWARD WINNER:

The award is for “single publications of four pages or more for attraction of business investment, tourism, or to promote uses of services.

In a statement, Panacci says, “The Community Development Department went out on a limb when they envisioned a completely illustrated guide. We’re so glad they did and so grateful that they chose our company to execute the vision.”



Media Announcement issued by The County of Prince Edward

Insert -- May 27, 2019

Picton – The County of Prince Edward has released its 2019 Visitor Guide – a bilingual, 28-page publication illustrated by local artist Kelly Panacci.

The guide is an extension of The County’s tourism website,, providing hot tips, bucket list experiences, a detailed map, events and festivals, and an overview of The County’s diverse regions.

“A fully illustrated guide is a first for The County and we couldn’t be happier with the result. Kelly Panacci did a wonderful job of capturing the feel of The County and bringing it to life through illustration,” says Neil Carbone, Director of Community Development & Strategic Initiatives. “Our hope is that visitors will use the guide to discover experiences in The County that they might have otherwise missed.”

The publication is intended to encourage visitors to explore off-the-beaten-path areas, to help alleviate congestion during peak season, and to recognize The County’s many charms outside the summer months.

Visitors can find the print guide at the nine tourism “hot spot” locations and online. It will also be distributed through members of the PEC Accommodations Association, the County’s five museums, the Chamber of Commerce, and other local businesses.

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Visitor Guide Media online hosting:

@prince edward