Ian Phillips was commissioned to bring his humor and whimsy to a very serious story about bone health for the summer issue of Positive Side magazine. The story investigates HIV-related issues with regard to bone density; bones can be healthy, brittle or too soft.
Friday, July 29, 2011
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Tyler Jacobson was commissioned by a client in Texas to create historically accurate illustrations of Davy Crockett as the statesman he really was, not as the tall-tale folk hero with the crazy fur hat. In addition to being a statesman, Crockett was also a frontiersman and a renowned soldier who died at the Battle of the Alamo.
Pete Ryan proved, once more, to be a master of the visual metaphor with this illustration for AARP Magazine. The article discusses how best to fix and maintain the Social Security system so that it isn’t bankrupted by the retiring Boomer Generation.
Zara Picken was commissioned by ShopSmart magazine to create six illustrations to accompany a feature about new ways to save money at the supermarket. Their ideas included self-scanning, mobile technology and alternative places to shop.
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Julia Woolf’s charming illustration, “The Chicken Song,” will be included in this year’s AOI (The Association of Illustrators) IMAGES 35 exhibition at the Bank Side Gallery in London. The show runs from August the 25th to September 2nd.
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Eugene Smith shared an illustration he did for Seattle Magazine's August issue. The article was about bringing in a wider crowd to the Renaissance Fair by incorporating some current trends in popular culture and technology.
Monday, July 25, 2011
Chris Beatrice was profiled in the Sunday Arts section of the Metrowest Daily News, a regional Massachusetts newspaper. They even got him to smile for one of the photos!