Robert Neubecker created the illustration for The New York Times’ article, “F.A.Q. on Stimulus Checks, Unemployment and the Coronavirus Plan.” This article explores the $2 trillion relief bill that will give money directly to Americans in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. See more of Robert Neubecker’s work here. Read The New York Times article here. […]
Robert Neubecker created the cover illustration and three spot illustrations for The Wall Street Journal‘s article, “Don’t Talk to Strangers? These Apps Encourage It.” This article explores the rising popularity and safety concerns of apps that allow teens to virtually meet like-minded people outside of their social spheres. As platforms like Instagram and TikTok become […]
Robert Neubecker wrote and illustrated the new children’s book, Little Smokey, published by Knopf. His brilliant illustrations combine watercolor with digital painting techniques that give the art texture, luminosity and depth. See more of Robert’s children’s book illustrations here.
Rapp artists continue their tradition of success in the American Illustration Annual by placing seven artists in this year’s Annual. This juried competition is a highly sought after accolade for illustrators around the globe, showcasing the best in illustration carefully selected from thousands of submissions. Congratulations to our winners this year: David Brinley, Nigel Buchanan […]
Client: Opera News | Description: Neubecker creates a full page spread and spot illustration which shows opera singers resonating with their their community. The article, “Unlimited Engagement,” discusses how “U.S. opera companies are creating strategies to involve Hispanic audiences.” View Neubecker’s portfolio here
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 […]
Yesterday’s attack in Paris has horrified all of us but it has extra meaning for artists, after the terrorists targeted cartoonists exercising their right to free speech. Several of our artists have responded on their personal web sites and social media platforms. We have gathered the images below.
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.