Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Marc Phares’ dynamic illustration for page one of the New York Times Sunday Business section accompanied an article on the Boston Red Sox World Series pitcher, Curt Schilling, and the debacle that ensued when his video game studio crashed and burned soon after the State Of Rhode Island promised $ 75 million in funding.
Monday, April 29, 2013
Dennis Wunsch’s illustration for an article in Scotsman Guide's Commercial edition, titled "Do More with Less by Leveraging Technology" was selected by the Western Publishing Association as the 2013 Maggie Award winner for Best Single Editorial Illustration/Trade.
Friday, April 26, 2013
Anne Wertheim has created three new puzzles for international game company, Ravensburger. The “Kittens” puzzle is sold with gem stones, which can be glued onto the puzzle when complete:
Paul Giovanopoulos will be on exhibit as part of the Heckscher Museum of Art's "Car Culture" exhibit in Huntington, NY, from April 27-Aug. 11, 2013.
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Roy Scott was commissioned by Wolters Kluwer Health to illustrate an article about a hospital nurse's experience with an ethics committee that never takes any action on pending issues.
Janet Allinger’s hand lettered illustration for personal luxury brand Endermologie channels inner radiance with an art nouveau flourish.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Dennis Juan Ma illustrated the poster for the classic English comedy by Alan Ayckbourn, Mr. Whatnot, an extraordinarily silly homage to Buster Keaton. The show, a physical comedy fish-out-of water tale, is currently playing at The Royal & Derngate Northampton.
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Traci Daberko was commissioned by Smithsonian Magazine to illustrate a feature article called "X and the City". The story, featured in the Smithsonian May 2013 issue, is about the mathematics of cities and how they all relate to one another.
Cathy Gendron has illustrated the latest cover of Penguin's successful Coffeehouse Mystery Series, "Billionaire's Blend". The New York Times bestselling author of the series serves up a double shot of danger with the crew from the Village Blend; Cathy adds that little touch of blood…
John Kachik’s original illustrations from the 1980s and 1990s are the subject of an exhibition titled "Politics & Portraits," opening with a reception on Saturday, May 4th and running through the end of June, at The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center in Frederick Maryland.
Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center / 40 S. Carroll Street / Frederick, MD
Peter Grundy was commissioned by the Tronox chemical company to graphically conceptualize six values for their employees around the world, followed up by a dazzling value chain for their 2012 Annual Report.
TopDog Illustration was commissioned by Avinger to develop an illustration of their Ocelot™ device: an advanced catheter that uses intra-vascular imaging to address total artery blockage.
Ellen Byrne’s glamorous illustrations of a colorful, upscale shopping mall accompany an article in Shopping Centers Today and SCT Latinoamérica, detailing the rampant value increase of these retail venues in the past year.
James Yang thoroughly enjoyed illustrating the latest issue of Morningstar Advisor Magazine. “When you are hired, they are using you to be the look for the issue,” explains James. “You are assigned a cover, spread and four sections in the magazine, usually with a theme tying the issue together.”
Nan Lawson’s print Olivia/Fauxlivia, inspired by the program “Fringe,” will be presented in the Gallery 1988 Bad Robot show, which opens this Friday.
Judith Drews will have an exhibition of work from her latest book, "Stockholm – Vimmelboken," opening Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at Talent Gallery in Stockholm, Sweden.
Monday, April 22, 2013
Gemma Robinson was commissioned by RCN Publishing to illustrate a set of icons for Nursing Standard. The article was about caring for people with dementia and included a series of practical tips on how to cope with the hallucinations that dementia sufferers often experience.
Dean Rohrer created this image for a 13 1/2 ft. mural depicting middle passage on a slave ship, which will be part of an upcoming exhibition about slavery at the Independence Seaport Museum in Philadelphia.
Friday, April 19, 2013
Raul Colon is one of the featured artists in “Latino Folk Tales: Cuentos Populares – Art by Latino Artists,” a remarkable exhibition featuring original illustrations from bilingual Latino folk tales, currently on view at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art.
Harry Campbell illustrated today’s Letters to the New York Times, all of them reactions to the failure of the Senate to pass overwhelmingly popular, common-sense restrictions on gun trafficking.
Aaron Meshon created 175 tiny original paintings for an exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum titled "Gutai Splendid Playground". The ink and painted cards are to be dispensed by the "Gutai Card Box" at the show, which runs until May 8th, 2013. (more)
Brian Taylor illustrates the “Birthday Buzz” column for the redesigned USA Weekend, USA Today's weekly magazine. A new celebrity is highlighted each week; here are a few of Brian’s favorites…