Thursday, August 28, 2008

Valerie Pezeron: Heroes & How Do I Look?

UK-based artist Valerie Pezeron tells us about pieces she recently completed for New Humanist magazine and Don't Panic Online.

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Stephen Savage: A Drop in Confidence

This illustration by Stephen Savage for the Los Angeles Times Op-ed page speaks volumes about our economy with a few deft lines.

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Jacob Thomas: On the Road with Pacifico

As reported in February, Jacob Thomas created surf-themed artwork for cult beer brand Pacifico. The illustration has finally been translated onto a reconditioned 1959 VW bus for use as a delivery vehicle / conversation piece.

Ward Schumaker: Cancer Sudoku

The NY Times Science section turned to Ward Schumaker to illustrate the bewildering numerology of prostate cancer.

Friday, August 22, 2008

Charlene Chua: You’re Beautiful, Pass It On

Charlene Chua’s charming work appears throughout Dove’s new website, Pay Beauty Forward. Part of an on-going, international campaign to promote self-esteem, places human figures across Chua’s dreamlike, rolling landscape of Canada.

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Melinda Beck: Welcome to Modern Baby Design!

PRINT magazine tapped artist Melinda Beck this month for a full page illustration that captures the mad hope that you can contain your kid’s id with the clean lines and flat surfaces of Modernity itself.

Monday, August 18, 2008

Dave Plunkert: "Cold Friends Wrapped in Mink and Metal"

Dave Plunkert’s huge portrait of Vladimir Putin ran in the NY Times Week in Review section Sunday. It was also picked up as a below the fold teaser on the front page. The story draft was supplied to me Thursday evening and a final was competed by Friday end of day.

Friday, August 15, 2008

Chris Gould: US News & World Report

Chris Gould has just completed five photo illustrations for U.S. News & World Report for the August 11 issue. It is the lead story, titled "Frontiers of Science."

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Kim Rosen: The Power of Scent

Kim Rosen illustrates a double page spread about the power of scent in advertising for this month’s Amtrak Arrive magazine.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Ronald J. Cala II: Behind the Woman Behind the Bomb

The Op-Ed page of the New York Times has a way of bringing out the very best in an illustrator. This deceptively pretty, but deeply disturbing image by Ronald J. Cala II is no exception.

Jonathan Williams: Monkey Shoulder Triple Malt

One of the world's most respected distillers, William Grant & Sons, has commissioned a series of illustrations from Jonathan Williams to help build an identity for a new triple malt whiskey called Monkey Shoulder.

Friday, August 8, 2008

Angela Moore, the cover designer for the Santa Fe Reporter contacted Brucie Rosch to create an illustration for a story on a local hospital.