Friday, October 31, 2008
Shawn Snow is currently working on a graphic narrative titled, "Remote Viewing: Sci-Fi Notes from a Paranoid Artist." It is an evolving fiction piece dealing with themes of suspicion, paranoia, psychic ability, and the occult.
Thursday, October 30, 2008
We are proud to announce the presence of the Richard Solomon group on theispot.com. Browse their slideshow of talent in What's New, or select their rep page to view all of the artists together.
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
A bit of Christmas came early this year when our advance copy of the December PRINT Magazine landed on our desk before Halloween. Theispot’s ad pages look great, as does the work of over a dozen ispotters who are featured throughout the magazine, including Tad Carpenter.
Rebekah Nichols created this illustration about gender in politics for Lawrence.com. The Art Director particularly liked the heels in one of her sketches in part due to Sarah Palin's ubiquitous quote: "Heels are on, gloves are off."
Monday, October 27, 2008
Friday, October 24, 2008
Whatever happened to good old-fashioned Halloween masks? Daily Candy New York posed the question to local artist Drew Morrison, who took his cue from vintage styles and created four original disguises for DailyCandy.com readers.
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Hot off the press! Daniel Bejar's illustration "Pissed On" for this week's cover of the Village Voice features John McCain in his $520 Ferragamo Italian leather loafers showing veterans some love.
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Fairfield County Weekly and New Haven Advocate, alt-weekly sister publications of News Mass. Media in Connecticut, commissioned Todd Umbarger to create a cover for their respective Halloween/Election '08 issues.
USA Weekend has followed up last fall's well-received “Wacky Pet Questions” article with another one, just as wacky. And they once again called upon Carrie English to provide the personality-filled images for visual punctuation.
Rob Kelly has been doing the weekly "Hot Seat" interview portraits for Time Out New York magazine for over three years now: “It's been a real learning experience--in numerous ways--doing this same job, week in, week out, for so long.” Here’s a recent subject, author and humorist Sarah Vowell.
Roy Scott created this editorial illustration about the rising cost of construction materials and its effect on contractors. The client is Hanley Wood Business Media, Melissa Goldweitz, Senior Graphic Designer.
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Thursday, October 16, 2008
Shiho Nakaza illustrated a notecard for Hyatt Regency Century City under the art direction of SilverECHO, adding a decorative touch in anticipation of the holiday season. The image shows the iconic hotel building in an interpretative landscape of Los Angeles.
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Jay Koelzer designed and illustrated the cover for the Western Border Collie Rescue's 2009 calendar. The calendar celebrates the organization's growth into the Rocky Mountain region's largest Border Collie rescue organization. They have found homes for over 250 Border Collies and Border Collie mixes in the last five years.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
London artist David McConochie has produced some illustrations for the Annual Report of The Dallas Foundation, a charitable foundation which serves as a resource and leader in philanthropy.
For a recent issue of the Wall Street Journal, Valerie Sinclair's montage style gracefully merged the old and new technologies highlighted in an article entitled "In Defense of Piracy".
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Friday, October 10, 2008
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
For an October 1 Wall Street Journal article headlined "Credit Markets Go From Bad to Worse to Ugly," James Bennett created this image of the Treasury's Henry Paulson and the Fed’s Ben Bernanke trying to fix what's broken.