John Jay Cabuay was commissioned by The Harvard Gazette to illustrate the article, “Why living in a two-parent home isn’t a cure-all for Black students” for their series Un/Equal about race and inequality in the United States. See more of John Jay Cabuay’s work here.
John Jay Cabuay was commissioned by Sourcebooks Young Readers to illustrate the cover of the children’s book Barefoot Dreams of Petra Luna written by Alda P. Dobbs. This book is currently available on preorder and will be published on September 14, 2021. See more of John Jay Cabuay’s work here.
Every October, artists around the world dedicate themselves to drawing every day for an entire month. This challenge, called Inktober, gives illustrators the chance to freely test new styles, draw unexpected subject matter, and get to know their community. This ambitious project is admirable to attempt as a busy freelance illustrator. Keep scrolling to take […]
John Jay Cabuay illustrated Get Up, Stand Up, a new picture book written by Bob Marley’s daughter, Cedella Marley, and published by Chronicle Books. The story is an adaptation of the musician’s iconic song. Publisher’s Weekly wrote a beautiful review, stating, “Cabuay supports the lyrics with the kinetic flair of a music video in boldly […]
John Jay Cabuay was recently commissioned to create full-page illustrations for the December issue of Texas Highways magazine. In the article, “A Solo Traveler Takes A Road Trip Through Her State of Mind” writer, Sarah Hepola, writes an ode to the solo female road trip. John Jay’s is able to capture a sense of independence of the […]
Illustrator, John Jay Cabuay created a lovely series of six full-page portraits for Boston University’s School of Public Health Magazine. The issue was devoted to highlighting members of the BU community that are change leaders in public health education. Sandro Galea, Dean of the School of Public Health, was extremely happy with this edition of the […]
Last week, with the passing of Stephen Hawking, Daniel Baxter posted his tribute to who the Gaurdian described as “scientist’s brightest star.” The portrait was shared by artists, industry leaders like the Workbook, but also by many celebrating the life of Hawking, showing the power in portraiture. Daniel’s uniquely styled portrait reminds of how there […]
College and University publications are a vital part of a school’s communication strategy, and our illustrators continue to receive interesting assignments. However, universities’ creative needs go beyond editorial to include permanent installations, promotional and advertising campaigns and interactive media. Two recent projects by Rapp artists John Jay Cabuay and Daniel Hertzberg are excellent examples of […]