Peter and Maria Hoey was commissioned by The New York Times to illustrate the cover of the Sunday Business section, “The Gambling Company That Had the Best Pandemic Ever.” See more of Peter and Maria Hoey’s work here. Read The New York Times article here.
Peter and Maria Hoey were commissioned by The Boston Globe to illustrate a portrait of presidential candidate Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris and a series of ballot box icons for the article, “The Globe Endorses Joe Biden.” See more of Peter and Maria Hoey’s work here.
Peter and Maria Hoey illustrated Deloitte’s article, “The future of work in mining: What will jobs look like in intelligent mining operations?” This project was art directed by Kevin Weier. See more of Peter and Maria’s work here. Read the Deloitte article here.
Peter and Maria Hoey created the illustrations and animations for Scholastic’s new anti-vaping campaign with the FDA, The Real Cost of Vaping. They illustrated 5 worksheets cautioning High School and Middle Schoolers about the health risks of vaping, as well as the spot illustrations used in Scholastic’s interactive website, and 5 informational videos. The videos […]
Illustrators, Peter and Maria Hoey of Coin-Op Studios have done it again! The illustration duo worked with Dartmouth University for their January/ February Alumni Magazine Issue which included two editorial spreads for “The Amazing Life and Times of John Ledyard” illustrated in a graphic novel style. In his 38 years of life, John was known […]
Illustration duo, Peter and Maria Hoey of Coin-Op Studios created the cover illustration and interior illustration for yesterday’s LA Times 2019 Travel Guide. AD: Paul Gonzales See more work by Peter and Maria here and we can’t wait to share more of their new work within the new year.
Peter and Maria Hoey’s work received high praise from the editor of Crain’s Chicago Business, Michael Arndt. Arndt called their 3-page collaborative comic story (about the Rise and Fall of Motorola) the piece he was most proud of from his time at Crain’s Chicago Business (art directed by Jason McGregor). See more of Peter and […]
This summer, Peter and Maria Hoey of Coin-Op Studio created 5 animated Climate Change Informational Graphics for Wired Brand Lab + Western Digital. These data-rich graphics are designed in comic panel style and animated for viewing on datamakespossible.com To see more from Peter and Maria click here. […]
Our clients seem to have an insatiable need for maps. Capable of providing direction on a global or small scale, maps serve an important role in our lives. Publications, universities, resorts, and games all use maps. Leave it to illustrators to invent unique ways to show us where we’re going. We’ve selected a cross […]
No matter which team you’re on for pronouncing the word, (hard G or jif like the peanut butter) you’ve probably seen these fun animations popping up all over the internet. Several of our artists have followed trend, and made GIF animations in their unique styles. These GIFs are used for web versions of editorial stories, logos, […]
Each year we send out 4000 custom designed tote bags, along with our printed catalog full of great images. We ask the artists in our group to submit ideas for the bags, and this year we had too many good ones to choose from! After multiple rounds of deliberations, we chose the following fun images […]
The National Pastime Museum (an online-only collection of baseball artifacts, info and memorabilia) recently commissioned 19 of our artists to interpret and create work based on the poem “Casey at the Bat” by Ernest L. Thayer which was originally published in the June 3, 1888 issue of San Francisco’s The Daily Examiner. The artists were given […]
A couple of weeks ago we asked our artists to complete the classic first week of school assignment, what they did on their summer vacation. We think Hal Mayforth and Bruce Morser best capture the highs and lows of summer. Camping, beach, and work seem to be the most popular activities. Take a minute to check out your […]
Comic Con has become a huge pop culture event, and this year, two Rapp artists, Asaf Hanuka and Michael Cho, were on the scene in San Diego to sign copies of their graphic novels, participate in discussions and meet their fans! Entertainment Weekly devoted an entire issue to the event, and commissioned an illustration from Martin […]
Many of our artists have gone “back to school” at some of the country’s finest institutions of higher learning. Their homework has been doing plum assignments for university, college, and prep school publications. The subjects vary from broad (analyzing the country’s healthcare system) to celebrating specific achievements on campus. And the styles range from graphic […]
We’re excited to announce that four Gerald and Cullen Rapp artists played a huge role in the success of USC Dornsife’s award winning Fall 2014/Winter 2015 Food issue! USC Dornslife received a gold medal for best periodical and Rappsters Stephanie Dalton Cowan, Nigel Buchanan, Peter and Maria Hoey and David Brinley used their diverse skills […]
In the spirit of awards season, we’ve decided to create our own: The Artists Choice Awards. The idea is simple: it’s the image that each artist believes is their best of 2014. No micromanaging from the agent peanut gallery. It’s not always readily apparent why some images were selected, but we’re sure the artists have […]
Finally, tote bag season! We are very excited to unveil our latest collection of tote bags for 2015! This year’s innovative designs are by Jean-Manuel Duvivier, Gwen Keraval and Peter and Maria Hoey. We’d love to hear your favorite, so please, let us know what you think!
It’s finally that time of year! The 2014 tote bags are being shipped to our favorite clients. This years designs are illustrated by Raul Arias, Traci Daberko, and Peter & Maria Hoey. Each bag includes a vintage-inspired hang tag designed by John S. Dykes. Please take a look and let us know you’re favorite–we would love to […]
Happy New Year everybody! We are continuing the tradition of asking our artists to select their favorite work from 2013. This year we have a fantastic collection with a little something for everybody: newspaper pieces for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post; magazine work for Rolling Stone, Time, Scientific […]
With Halloween just around the corner, we’re excited to share a collection of mysterious, bizarre, and spine-chilling illustrations. We asked our artists to submit their favorite images that relate to the season. It’s a fun collection of work that we hope you enjoy.