Jan Feindt | The New York Times

Jan Feindt | The New York Times

Jan Feindt was commissioned by The New York Times to illustrate the cover of the Real Estate section, “Coming Home: Tens of thousands of New Yorkers left the city when the pandemic struck and spent months living elsewhere. What did they learn?” See more of Jan Feindt’s work here. Read The New York Times article […]

Jan Feindt | Topix Media Lab

Jan Feindt | Topix Media Lab

Jan Feindt created a series of illustrations featuring Keanu Reeves for the book What Would Keanu Do? published by Topix Media Lab. The book serves as a manual, helping readers solve everyday challenges with philosophical lessons from Keanu Reeves and his films. See more of Jan Feindt’s work here. Check out What Would Keanu Do? […]

Jan Feindt | Washington Post

Jan Feindt | Washington Post

Jan Feindt illustrated The New York Times best-seller, The Mueller Report Illustrated. Commissioned by the Washington Post, this book is a non-fiction graphic novel adaptation of the current events surrounding the Mueller report. Their innovative approach to news-telling is an entertaining alternative to reading the lengthy investigative report. With Jan’s provocative illustrations and the Washington […]

Jan Feindt | Rolling Stone

Jan Feindt | Rolling Stone

Jan Feindt created a stunning psychedelic full page illustration of The Black Keys for a review in the July 2019 issue of Rolling Stone Magazine. See more of Jan’s work here.

Rapp Artists at Comic Con

Rapp Artists at Comic Con

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┬áto 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 […]