David Navas has published the second edition of Live Music Drawings, a compilation of drawings he made at live music performances from 2006 to 2012, available through blurb.com.
Thursday, May 31, 2012
Otto Steininger is the artist behind the series of spot illustrations weaving through the pages of this week’s New Yorker. Otto was asked to create a detective story, and since the focus of this special issue is science fiction, he dubbed it "Sci-Fi Murder Mystery."
Pete Ryan’s full pager for Golf World illustrates an article about score leaders blowing it in the last stretch because they choke under the pressure - the scoreboard starts creeping into mind, and it becomes a mental barrier.
Stephen Savage will be signing copies of his latest children’s book, “Little Tug,” due out in Fall 2012 from Roaring Brook Press, on Wednesday, June 6 at Book Expo in NYC.
Yuta Onoda created a spread and spot illustration for the June issue of Boy's Life Magazine. The coach of the kayakers club wants nothing more than to be accepted by his fellow kayakers. When they suddenly face a life-or-death situation, can he truly make the team?
Ruth Rowland was asked to work on some lettering to promote Longleat House, an impressive example of Elizabethan architecture, set in the beautiful Wiltshire, UK countryside.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Nathaniel Gold recently drew a parody (with respect to photographer Martin Schoeller) of the already infamous breast feeding TIME Magazine cover for his ongoing series, “Primate Diaries” at Scientific American.
Friday, May 25, 2012
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Pete Ryan’s cover for Miami New Times, illustrates a brutal story about police set-ups: essentially, cops secure a house, lure criminals to break in, and then shoot them all once they're inside.
Asaf Hanuka’s first two years of his autobiographical comic, “The Realist” are now collected in a book from French publisher Steinkis. “The title means ‘Knocked out in Tel Aviv’" explains Asaf. “In French, K.O. sounds also like Chaos which suits well the story of my life…”