Thursday, March 28, 2013
Nikolas Asker illustrated the cover of ACC Docket this month, featuring an article about the trend of companies using potential employees' social media presence when making hiring decisions.
Mitch Blunt’s latest illustration for Spectator Life accompanies a scathing opinion piece about Sir Norman Foster and other older “starchitects.” The writer argues that Modernism is very old fashioned and there’s better work out there coming from lesser known, younger architects.
Harry Malt’s 20 meter illustrated mural for the café at Manchester's National Football Museum in the UK welcomes visitors with a depiction of a busy match day terrace.
Tyler Jacobson illustrated this magical cover for “Crown of Swords,” the latest volume in the best selling fantasy series by Robert Jordan, published by Tor Books.
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Taylor Callery illustrated the full campaign for EXHIBITOR, the annual world conference of trade show and event marketers, held this year at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. The illustrations were used for promotional advertising including posters, brochures, web, and onsite visuals.
Gemma Robinson’s illustrations enliven the “Budget 2013” supplement of The Daily Telegraph, London, which analyzes what impact the new budget will have on different types of family groups and individuals.
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Goni Montes was informed that two of his illustrations, for Skiing Magazine and Euroman, received merit awards from the Society of Publication Designers.
Jon Reinfurt shares a fun project for Ragwear, an urban clothing company based in Prague. Originally hired to design just one t-shirt for their Fall/Winter 2012 line, Jon’s line was quickly expanded.
John Kachik created for this illustration for the cover of the monthly "Gazette" news magazine of Johns Hopkins University, featuring a preview of their traditional Spring Fair, and all the great food available.
Luciana Navarro Powell's latest children’s book, “My Mom is the Best Circus,” is just out today from Random House/Robin Corey Books.
Chris Gash illustrates the latest theory behind the success of the Mediterranean Diet for this week’s “Science Times” in The New York Times. Spoiler Alert: It might have something to do with the sludgy boiled coffee they drink.
David Plunkert takes over page one of The New York Times “Science Times” section this week with this illustration (and another after the jump) for an article on oral processing habits, aka chewing and swallowing.
Monday, March 25, 2013
Friday, March 22, 2013
Aaron Meshon was commissioned by The New York Times to create this page one Arts Section opener, celebrating the arrival of Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, the “Greatest Show on Earth,” at Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center.
Sean Tiffany’s illustrations for Sports Illustrated Kids’ popular “What’s the Call?” feature are instantly recognized (and eagerly awaited) in homes across America. Here are six of them, two months’ worth, to puzzle over.
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Jeanine Henderson’s illustration for a feature article in Time Out Chicago about a local “DIY” Burger joint, involved “building” the shape of a burger out of hand-lettered ingredients. “I definitely got a little hungry while working on it!” she admits.
Mark McGinnis illustrated an article for Johns Hopkins University magazine that assures us, “One of these days, almost certainly, an asteroid is going to be predicted to be able to hit Earth…”
Chuck Gonzales created the character design for the glittering “La Dee Da” range of fashion dolls from Time To Play, now appearing in a series of animated ads.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Jack Molloy’s illustration for The Wall Street Journal accompanies an article with tips for seeing some of the best that Yosemite and other National Parks have to offer (without walking your legs off.)
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Daniel Hertzberg’s dramatic illustration for the Wall Street Journal accompanied an article on mutual fund taxes being automatically reported to the IRS, and how quickly they can catch up on you at tax time.
Leon Mussche’s “Stuey” the student cartoon character has been a consistent part of the Netherlands Open University communication over the past decade. First a mascot, he quickly made his way to a black and white cartoon for a student newspaper.
Laura Tallardy debuts her latest sweeter-than-honey app, Flower Fairies Ballet: Fairy Ballerina Puzzles for Kids, a fun animated puzzle game for toddlers, preschoolers, and kids from ages 1 to 6. Available in the Apple App Store to sample for FREE! (more)
Jon Reinfurt used a Goldilocks metaphor when illustrating an article about picking the right type of community management style for Common Ground Magazine recently. The “porridge house” concept emphasized the pressure of poor Goldi’s decision by having all the bears looming over her in anticipation.