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June 2024 Newsletter

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Matthieu Forichon

Happy Summer Solstice!

The Spring was jam-packed with exciting work and news here at Rapp Art. In this newsletter, we’re recapping some of the highlights before the full dive into Summer mode.

Spring University Editions: Part 2

Vibrant illustrations for College and University magazines told compelling stories about health, technology, science, and the evolving landscape of education. See it all here.

Welcome Minho Jung

Last month we welcomed Seoul-based illustrator Minho Jung to Rapp Art! Minho’s art make use of interesting geometric shapes, textures and gradients, offering unique visual perspectives on science, tech, and culture, along with an eye-catching graphic portrait style. Check out his portfolio!

3X3 Icon: Robert Neubecker

Prolific illustrator Robert Neubecker was featured in the ICON Interview in Issue 35 of 3×3 Magazine. The feature talks about the beginning of Robert’s career in the 70’s and how he came to be known for his creative problem solving, having his work appear in just about every major American editorial publication and illustrating over 30 children’s books.

“The key to having a long and successful career is building human relationships. Illustration is a team effort.”

Josie Norton

Since joining Rapp Art about 9 months ago, Josie Norton has been a hit. Her conceptual style and signature use of humor has connected with a range of editorial clients including Time, NBC, The Wall Street Journal, Harvard, and Dartmouth. Here are a few recent projects that we’ve featured:

Josie regularly contributes to AARP The Magazine with thoughtful and conceptual header illustrations.
She Illustrated this story in the Boston Globe about a father’s experience with parental anxiety.
This conceptual piece for The University of Central Florida’s Pegasus Magazine is about solving the teacher shortage in Florida.

And now – on to Summertime!

Enjoy this collection of recent work from our artists that sets the scene for an adventurous Summer.

Matthieu Forichon for Virginia Living Magazine’s annual Best of Virginia guide
Anna Godeassi for the Boston Globe’s Summer reading preview

Egle Plytnikaite for Good Housekeeping’s Summer Survival Guide
Daniel Baxter for the Wall Street Journal’s Summer Books
Kotryna Zuakauskaite for New Jersey Monthly’s Summer Book Reviews