Monday, April 30, 2012
Friday, April 27, 2012
Joe Wilson took charge of the latest cover for Little White Lies, issue 41, The Midnight Double. This is a wraparound cover: a different film for the front and the back, “The Raid,” and “The Innkeepers.” The magazine is split dead center, so you get two covers for the price of one.
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Chase Stone was commissioned to do the art and the type design for the cover of financial guru Peirce Stern’s book, Reins of Hysteria. “This nonfictional dark comedy will guide you through the misconceptions and misdirections of banking today. It will teach you how to invest wisely."
David Plunkert created four illustrations created for the Spring 2012 issue of Stanford Medicine Magazine. Clockwise from upper left: Hit Record: Research to Explain Concussions; Joint Discovery; Historic Trial Halted; Computing Cancer.
Paul Fricke recently had the pleasure working on a piece for the U.S. Coast Guard: an angry cartoon lobster illustration to be used on a coin and more.
Sara Jane Franklin has been busy finishing up the new holiday card lineup for Paper Loop. “I love Christmas in the spring!” says Sara Jane. “It's a great excuse to listen to Vince Guaraldi's ‘Charlie Brown Christmas’ while drawing cats in Santa hats and drinking a peppermint mocha.”
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Graham Smith will be instructing a private, eight week life drawing workshop for the artists and animators at Sony Online Entertainmentand Sony Computer Entertainment America from May 8th to July 10th, 2012.
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Karen Greenberg, working through DesigNYC's initiative to "improve the lives of New Yorkers through better design," created branding and a revamped visual identity for Compost for Brooklyn.
Mark Summers recently illustrated a book for Vanity Fair, published by Abrams called "Vanity Fair's Presidential Profiles". The objective was to show all 43 presidents in the same pose, with the same lighting.