Monday, November 30, 2015

PAUL LACHINE ILLUSTRATION: VIRTUAL BROADWAY

Paul Lachine’s illustration for Variety magazine accompanied an article about how Broadway shows increasingly use virtual reality to boost ticket sales.

MATT HERRING ILLUSTRATION: CHRISTMAS MUSIC

Matt Herring’s cover illustration for the special Christmas edition of BBC Music magazine is all stained glass glowing good cheer.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

James Fryer Illustration: LA Super Homes



James Fryer illustrated the cover for the “House & Home” section of the Financial Times newspaper. The article focused on the huge houses now being built in LA: Yours for just $500 million - Los Angeles builds big!

Davide Bonazzi Illustration: Small Business

Davide Bonazzi created four illustrations recently for Chase.com to accompany articles geared toward small business owners. Building Trust: Employee Interviewing and Screening:




Joey Guidone Illustration: Doing Good, Doing Better



Joey Guidone illustrates the essence of human kindness for Investment Advisor magazine. Happy Thanksgiving!

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

JOHN KACHIK ILLUSTRATION: CRAFT, LORE AND MAGICK!

John Kachik’s magical illustration appears on the cover of The Witch’s Wand, an instruction manual of sorts for those who would like to become as spellbinding as possible using time-tested rituals and homemade hardware.

YUTA ONODA ILLUSTRATION: AFTER THE FLASH

Yuta Onoda’s cover illustration for the latest issue of American magazine accompanies a story titled “After the Flash - The painful past and peaceful rebirth of Hiroshima.”

Monday, November 23, 2015

ROY SCOTT ILLUSTRATION: TOMORROW’S ATTORNEYS

Roy Scott was commissioned by the University of Southern California Gould Law School to create colorful photo-collage style illustrations for the cover and an interior double page spread of USC Law Magazine. “Inspiring tomorrow's attorneys... New Frontiers of technology” was part of the thematic content.

JONATHAN WILLIAMS ILLUSTRATION: SAFE LONDON

Jonathan Williams was commissioned by the Metropolitan Police to illustrate 23 different roles and specialist skills that make up their world-class policing service – on the streets and in the community – keeping London safe and secure 24/7.

PETER HORVATH ILLUSTRATION: TECHNO PARADOX

Peter Horvath’s illustration for AOPA's Flight Training magazine accompanied an article called "Technology Paradox".

JASON SEILER ILLUSTRATION: THE CHRISTMAS VIRTUES

Jason Seiler celebrates the joyous season with his latest book cover illustration: The Christmas Virtues, A Treasury of Conservative Tales for the Holidays by Jonathan Last. “I used my dad as reference for Scrooge . . .” confides Jason.

MICHAEL WARAKSA ILLUSTRATION: THE JERK AT WORK

Michael Waraksa’s illustration for the Sunday New York Times accompanied an article stating that some employees are “de-energizers” who spread their dispiriting attitude to others. In nonacademic parlance, these people are known as jerks.

Friday, November 20, 2015

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Melinda Beck Illustration: Uprooted



Melinda Beck’s illustration for The Baffler addresses the stark reality of being torn from all that is familiar and safe.

Seth Illustration: The New Yorker



Seth’s illustration for the cover of this week’s issue of The New Yorker is a clever high/low view of virtual music.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

DAVID PALUMBO ILLUSTRATION: BINTI

David Palumbo illustrated the captivating cover of the novella, "Binti," released on Tor.com as an eBook and paperback. The story follows Binti, the first of her people to travel deep into the galaxy to attend Oomza University, a journey that is anything but smooth…

PETER HORVATH ILLUSTRATION: DATA VS. HUNCH

Peter Horvath’s latest illustration for The Economist's Intelligent Life magazine accompanied a story titled "The Data or the Hunch?"

Friday, November 13, 2015

Davide Bonazzi Illustration: The Cosmopolites



Davide Bonazzi’s illustration spread for the Winter 2015 Issue of Columbia University Magazine accompanies a feature asking if national borders are truly relevant anymore.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

CHRIS GASH ILLUSTRATION: THAT SINKING FEELING

Chris Gash illustrates the sorrows of trying to hit over the water - and not making - it for the latest issue of Golf Digest, on the newsstand today.

PETE RYAN ILLUSTRATION: SI SILVER

Pete Ryan has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators with a Silver Medal in the very competitive Editorial category for his piece on being Christian in the city, created for Buzzfeed.

BENEDETTO CRISTOFANI ILLUSTRATION: PASSING THE BATON

Benedetto Cristofani’s illustration for Variety Magazine accompanied an article about major shifts in Hollywood business management.

IKER AYESTARAN ILLUSTRATION: OPEN BORDER SYMPHONY

Iker Ayestaran illustrates Daniel Barendoim’s “Symphony for Open Borders to the Refugees,” for The Nation, Argentina.

ALEXEI VELLA ILLUSTRATION: BECAUSE I SAID SO!

Alexei Vella illustrated the unfortunate fighting words that every parent speaks at one time or another, for This Magazine in Toronto.

KEN ORVIDAS ILLUSTRATION: ADVANCED DIRECTIVES

Ken Orvidas illustrates the difficult subject of how best to write and structure Advanced Health Directives for the New York Times “Well” feature.

KEITH NEGLEY ILLUSTRATION: SI GOLD

Keith Negley’s album art for Vinyl Moon's Familiar Mystery was awarded a Gold Medal from the Society of Illustrators New York.

WESLEY BEDROSIAN ILLUSTRATION: CUFFING SEASON

Wesley Bedrosian illustrates the phenomenon of “cuffing season,” when the temperature drops and cuddling becomes priority #1, for the New York Times.

ELVIS SWIFT ILLUSTRATION: KENYON REVIEW

Elvis Swift’s unflappable avian illustration graces the “Boundless” mini-poster for Kenyon Review, the prestigious literary magazine of Kenyon College.

OLI WINWARD ILLUSTRATION: SPRINGTIME

Oli Winward plays pattern on pattern for the cover illustration of "Springtime - A Ghost Story" from Catapult Publishing.

EUGENE SMITH ILLUSTRATION: AFRICAN MONSTERS

Eugene Smith created two illustrations for "African Monsters," a short story anthology published by Fox Spirit Press. The first story is about a mining encampment in Johannesburg that is terrorized by were-dogs.

Friday, November 6, 2015

RICHARD SOLOMON ARTISTS IN AMERICAN ILLUSTRATION

Richard Solomon’s artists were well represented in the crowd and on the wall at the American Illustration party last night. Tim Bower, Maria Corte Maidagan, Edward Kinsella III, Goni Montes, and Tran Nguyen are among the artists selected for inclusion in this year’s book.

NELL PIERCE ILLUSTRATION: ARTFULLY CRAFTED

Nell Pierce’s lush, painterly illustrations capture the best of America for a series of regional ads commissioned by Blue Moon Brewing Company.

SALZMAN ARTISTS TAKE SWEDEN

Salzman International lives up to its name with dramatic work by their illustrators for Swedish magazine Modern Psykologi. Davide Bonazzi’s cover pulls back the curtain on the human mind:

Thursday, November 5, 2015

JOEY GUIDONE ILLUSTRATION: PERONI INTERVIEW

Joey Guidone’s work and life as a global illustrator from the Italian Alps are discussed in an online profile sponsored by Peroni Beer. “I think a good illustration needs two strong legs to be able to run itself – one leg is a good concept, one leg is the drawing/composition. One needs the other, and they both generate poetry…”

KOTRYNA ZUKAUSKAITE ILLUSTRATION: TRAINING FOR VOLATILITY

Kotryna Zukauskaite’s illustration for Think Advisor, ALM Media takes a light and surefooted approach to fast-changing market trends.