Thursday, January 31, 2013
Zara Picken used line work and halftone to evoke a 1950s feel in these three illustrations for People Management magazine. The feature explored how companies can help to keep their staff healthy in an age of austerity.
Yvetta Fedorova was asked by Josh Gosfield and Camille Sweeney to create an artist’s interpretation of Russian-born soprano Anna Netrebko for the companion blog to their book, “The Art of Doing.”
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Daniel Hertzberg created the cover and full-page interior illustrations for Remodeling magazine’s annual "Cost vs. Value" issue. The feature articles explored the quality of return people are seeing on their investments in houses throughout the country.
possible return of manufacturing to USA, which would depend heavily on high tech, science and the development of workers with brain power. Use of inexpensive natural gas for is another factor fueling the manufacturing renaissance.
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
James Yang is an avid golfer, so he’s always pleased when Golf World calls for an assignment. This one discusses the possibility of two sets of rules for professional and recreational golfers.
Monday, January 28, 2013
John Walker’s delightfully eerie painting, “Born with a Tale,” has been selected for exhibit at the National Art Premiere 2013 show, which runs from March 1 - April 26th at the Elmhurst Art Museum in Elmhurst, Illinois.
Phil Huling's portrait of the new SEC nominee Mary Jo White was commissioned by New York Magazine. White has worked hard at both sides of defending business interests and government watchdogs- let's hope she can still fight clean.
Friday, January 25, 2013
Marci Roth’s fun, retro collage illustration for The University of Texas at Arlington Magazine accompanies an article about one dorm on campus that has produced not only graduates, but a number of happily married couples as well.
Daniel Guidera's witty illustrations accompany the back page humor column each month in Charlotte Magazine. His latest focused on the city’s “Sweepstakes Parlors”: gambling establishments just like Caesar’s Palace… only smokier, scarier, and decidedly less snazzy.
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Eugene Smith illustrated “The Slither Sisters: Tales from Lovecraft Middle School #2,” the next volume in a series which follows the adventures of Robert Arthur as he navigates all the twists and turns of middle school as well as mini-cthulus and a pair of venomous, do-gooder gorgons…
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Mark Matcho’s illustration for the Dining section of the New York Times addresses the aggravating trend of compulsive food photography at the table, from the restaurateur’s point of view.