Jillian Ditner created two maps for the June, 2011 issue of Country Living Magazine. An article titled “Way Down in the Delta” explores the fertile region on Mississippi that gave birth to the blues.
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
British illustrator Max Scratchmann received an inspiring brief from the art director at the Wall Street Journal European edition: illustrate their summer music festivals supplement. Max created the dreamlike cover image plus a large interior spread to great acclaim, and he looks forward to working with this dynamic publication again.
Pete Ryan created an image (shown here in two color-ways) for Cincinnati Magazine to illustrate a piece about a radio program dedicated to bluegrass music. “They mentioned that they wanted the piece to be really grimy,” Pete recalls, “I was happy to oblige.”
John Tomac illustrated the cover of the June issue of Shopping Centers Today, which looks at the rise in retail mergers and acquisitions, fueled partly by private equity cash, which promises to reshape the industry.
Sean Tiffany created this feisty cartoon character mascot for the Wildlife Restoration Volunteers, a group that helps the environment around Boulder County by fixing the hiking trails, planting trees, and restoring the Rocky Mountain's fragile ecosystem.
Friday, May 27, 2011
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Jon Reinfurt is having great fun with a series of illustrations for Major League Baseball. The article this one accompanies is about Coors Field in Denver, and the growing number of home runs it seems to be generating.
Dare we suggest that Nick Rotondo has brought a little sex in the city to industrial filtration with his nightscape for W.L. Gore & Associates? In the creative hands of the illustrator, a bag filter becomes “master of its domain" and that's a good thing for the environment.
This short video of Monica Lee discussing her new line of fabric at Spring Quilt Market completely cracks us up in the very best way! A self professed “excited dork,” Monica’s enthusiasm is like a good cup of coffee on a chilly afternoon and her sweet design sense definitely has her Goin’ Places.
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Roy Scott was called upon by publisher Wolters Kluwer Health to create a colorful full pager for the July issue of Nursing Magazine that illustrated the lifestyle changes that can help senior adults combat hypertension, such as exercise and a healthy diet.
Eugene Smith created interior illustrations for the recently released Quirk Books title, "The Captain Jack Sparrow Handbook," a guide for would-be pirate enthusiasts. The book was written by the arrrrrrrrrticulate Jason Heller, a regular contributor to The Onion. Buy a copy today in Theispot.com Bookstore!
Monday, May 23, 2011