Nigel Buchanan | Newsweek

Nigel Buchanan | Newsweek

Client: Newsweek | Description: Nigel Buchanan was originally hired to create a cover for the “Art of The Deal: Is Kim Jong Un Beating Trump at His Own Game?” Art Director, Michael Goesele loved both of Nigel’s sketches and the project expanded to include the interior spread. Check out the article here  To see Nigel’s […]

J.F. Podevin | John Hopkins Science Magazine

J.F. Podevin | John Hopkins Science Magazine

J.F. Podevin | Client:  Johns Hopkins Science Magazine | Description: J.F. Podevin has illustrated this cover image for Kathryn Vitarelli of Johns Hopkins Science Magazine for a story about Dark matter and Dark Energy by astrophysicist Douglas Birch titled “What Is Out there?”. To see more of Podevin’s work, click here.  

David Vogin | Project Management Institute

David Vogin | Project Management Institute

Client: Project Management Institute | Description: Vogin created photo-realistic collage illustrations and dynamic backgrounds for the Project Management institute’s educational video View David Vogin’s portfolio here

Map Mania

Map Mania

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 […]

Shaw Nielson | PCMA Convene Magazine

Shaw Nielson | PCMA Convene Magazine

Client: PCMA Convene Magazine | Description: Shaw Nielsen does a map each month for PCMA Convene magazine with illustrated landmarks of each city. Go Out and About in Singapore: And view Shaw’s portfolio here

Jean-Manuel Duvivier | Sarah Lawrence College

Jean-Manuel Duvivier | Sarah Lawrence College

Client: Sarah Lawrence College | Description: Jean-Manuel creates graphic and textured illustrations of ancient Greece to support President Cristle Collins Judd’s inaugural theme of democracy and education.  

Anna Godeassi | Client: The New York Times

Anna Godeassi | Client: The New York Times

Client: The New York Times | Description: The Sunday Style section article, “The New Generation of Virtual Personal Assistants,” introduces companies like Fiverr, Upwork, Magic, and TaskRabbit. Anna Godeassi’s illustration and gif animation takes account of all the services available.    

Asaf Hanuka | Politico Magazine

Asaf Hanuka | Politico Magazine

Client: Politico Magazine | Description: Asaf illustrates a large and tweeting Trump storming through a trading floor for the article, “Why Isn’t Wall Street Freaking Out About Trump?” “A fire hose of destabilizing news from the White House hasn’t budged investors’ optimism about the market. Are they missing something?” Read the article here  Asaf’s portfolio […]

David Vogin | Project Management Institute

David Vogin | Project Management Institute

Client: Project Management Institute | Description: David Vogin illustrates an animation on how to crash a business team with additional resources to get a project back on track. View David’s portfolio here  

Sean McCabe | The New Republic

Sean McCabe | The New Republic

Client: The New Republic | Description: Sean McCabe channels a retro color palette for an article about the origin of our information age. The photo collage illustration captures the big players of the tech industry. View Sean’s portfolio here For the read, click here

Peter and Maria Hoey | Teaching Tolerance

Peter and Maria Hoey | Teaching Tolerance

Client: Teaching Tolerance | Description: The illustration accompanies the article, “How to Be and Ally,” which informs teachers of a way to acknowledge the identity groups in their classroom. View Peter and Maria’s portfolio here   

Yao Xiao | Patron

Yao Xiao | Patron

Client: Patron | Description: Yao created the artwork for Patron’s Chinese New Year commemorative tin to celebrate the year of the dog.

Jean-Francois Podevin | Deloitte

Jean-Francois Podevin | Deloitte

Client: Deloitte | Description: An article explaining an aspect of robotics where bees lead robots to make honey.    

Robert Neubecker | Marquette Lawyer

Robert Neubecker | Marquette Lawyer

Client: Marquette Lawyer | Description: Cover, four full page illustrations, and six spots for Marquette University’s Law School Magazine.

Work Happy Editorial Projects

Work Happy Editorial Projects

Work Happy Editorial is dedicated to the amazing assignments with magazines and newspapers that made our artists happy in 2017.  Occasionally the story, the designer, and the artists’s concept all come together to create an inspired work of art. Each artist has written a caption explaining why they chose their happy image.   Check out […]

Work Happy Personal Projects

Work Happy Personal Projects

2017 was a turbulent year for many of us for a variety of reasons.  Through it all, Rapp illustrators found projects that brought happiness. Some commissioned, some self-initiated.  Below you will find a curated virtual gallery of each artist’s most happy image from 2017 along with a brief explanation of why it made them happy. […]

Great Ideas for Campus Publications

Great Ideas for Campus Publications

Campus publications continue to tap into our deep roster of amazing illustrators with so many different style choices. Digital, pen and ink, CGI, and photo-collage are featured below highlighting several recent University publication articles and covers. Check out the work of Dan Page, Sean McCabe, Laszlo Kubinyi, Jean Francois Podevin and Taylor Callery. Dan Page‘s […]

Taylor Callery | Cummings Veterinary Medicine Magazine

Taylor Callery | Cummings Veterinary Medicine Magazine

Client: Tufts University’s Cummings Veterinary Medicine Magazine | Description: Cover and double page spread for feature article, “The Flu Hunters.”                                                                    

Stephanie Dalton Cowan | Biography

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Taylor Callery | Marquette University

Taylor Callery | Marquette University

Client: Marquette University | Description: For Marquette University’s College of Engineering, Taylor created a full page illustration for a feature on innovative education! Check out Taylor’s portfolio here  

Stuart Briers | American Gas Magazine

Stuart Briers | American Gas Magazine

Client: American Gas Magazine | Description: Stuart created this conceptual piece to convey “The Backbone of The Economy.” Check out Stuarts portfolio here  

Pushart | Mother Jones

Pushart | Mother Jones

Client: Mother Jones | Description: Pushart created an ocean of plastic utensils for an article titled “The Worst of Tines” Check out Pushart’s portfolio here

Taylor Callery | Harpers

Taylor Callery | Harpers

Client: Harpers Magazine | Description: New cover & interiors by Taylor for a piece giving the perspective of those who helped Snowden keep his info secret Check out Taylor’s portfolio here

Douglas B. Jones | Wall Street Journal

Douglas B. Jones | Wall Street Journal

Client: Wall Street Journal | Description: We’re ready to start reading after seeing Doug’s Spring Books cover! Check out Doug’s portfolio here

Stuart Briers | Prog Magazine UK

Stuart Briers | Prog Magazine UK

Client: Prog Magazine UK | Description: Stuart was commissioned for this very metal illustration for a review of progressive metal band Mastadon’s “Emperor of Sand” Check out Stuart’s portfolio here

Ryan Snook | Indianapolis Monthly

Ryan Snook | Indianapolis Monthly

Client: Indianapolis Monthly | Description: “Welcoming the Apocalypse” Check out Ryan’s portfolio here  

Dan Page | Harvard Business Alumni Magazine

Dan Page | Harvard Business Alumni Magazine

Client: Harvard Business Alumni Magazine | Description: New illustration for an article on IBM Watson’s impact on the medical field Check out Dan’s portfolio here

Anthony Freda | The New York Times

Anthony Freda | The New York Times

Client: The New York Times | Description: Anthony illustrated this retro piece for an article about “The Perverse Thrill of Chaotic Times” during the Trump presidency Check out Anthony’s portfolio here

Elizabeth Traynor | Penguin Teen

Elizabeth Traynor | Penguin Teen

Client: Penguin Teen | Description: Beautiful, graphic cover for the new young adult novel, “That Inevitable Victorian Thing” Check out Elizabeth’s portfolio here  

Taylor Callery | Foreign Policy Magazine

Taylor Callery | Foreign Policy Magazine

Client: Foreign Policy Magazine | Description: Taylor Callery’s illustration for the magazine’s website accompanies the article “Kony 2017: From Guerrilla Marketing to Guerilla Warfare.” Check out Taylor’s portfolio here

Nigel Buchanan | 8×8 Magazine

Nigel Buchanan | 8×8 Magazine

Client: 8×8 magazine | Description: Another fabulous cover by Nigel Buchanan featuring an intense portrait of Zinadine Zidane Check out Nigel’s portfolio here

James O’Brien | Quanta Magazine

James O’Brien | Quanta Magazine

Client: Quanta Magazine | Description: James created this scientific piece for an article about a new class of quantum particle Check out James’ portfolio here

The Best of 2016!

The Best of 2016!

Once again we asked each of our illustrators to submit their favorite piece from the past year. We are honored to represent such an amazingly talented group of artists and are proud to present this year’s collection of work. The images are grouped by theme so be sure to make your way all the way […]

Peter & Maria Hoey | Boston Globe

Peter & Maria Hoey | Boston Globe

Client: The Boston Globe | Description: The illustration duo recently created this piece for the Super Bowl comparing Atlanta & Boston from a financial perspective Check out Peter & Maria’s portfolio here

John Jay Cabuay | The Village Voice

John Jay Cabuay | The Village Voice

Client: The Village Voice | Description: With the Grammy’s right around the corner, John Jay illustrated a colorful full page of portraits of musical artists for today’s paper Check out John Jay’s portfolio here

Jon Reinfurt | University of California Riverside

Jon Reinfurt | University of California Riverside

Client: University of California Riverside | Description: Jon created this cover depicting a “fountain of knowledge” for the university’s course catalog Check out Jon’s portfolio here

Introducing the 2017 Tote Bags

Introducing the 2017 Tote Bags

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 […]

Dunk It!

Dunk It!

Everyone has their own way of eating Oreos, but there’s no doubt that Oreo’s perfect match is milk. Aldo Crusher was recently commissioned by 360i to create a series of dunking images! These images were featured on Oreo’s social media to inspire people to get creative in their dunking techniques.   Hang gliding dunk! Sky […]

A Voice for Illustration

A Voice for Illustration

Village Voice Creative Director Andrew Horton is a long-time advocate of illustration as a means of illuminating stories. Since his arrival at the Voice, the paper has a fresh new look, and is filled each week with work by many of the top artists working today. We are delighted that Andrew and his team have […]

2Communiqué and RappArt

2Communiqué and RappArt

We’d like to recognize the design firm of 2Communiqué and creative director, Kelly McMurray for their dedication to illustration and the frequent use of our illustrators.  2Communiqué was recently commissioned by two of their clients, AACSB and the University of Tampa to redesign their publications, BizEd and UTjournal, respectively. BizEd is a publication for business school deans and faculty and is read along with […]

Deloitte Press Supports Illustration

Deloitte Press Supports Illustration

The award winning design team at Deloitte University Press (Emily Koteff Moreano, Kevin Weier, Joanie Pearson, Sonya Vasilieff, and led by Matt Lennert) is a great supporter of illustration. The Deloitte team utilizes many of the top conceptual illustrators to help represent the firm’s business research in the areas of economics, science, technology, innovation, and […]

Stanford Gives RappArt an A+

Stanford Gives RappArt an A+

It is always a nice honor and testament to our group when RappArt talent is selected for virtually all the illustration within a single issue. Stanford Alumni Magazine’s Summer issue features four of our artists, led by an amazing cover and opening spread by Ryan Huddle.  Be sure to scroll down to see Margi Kimball’s […]

Casey at the Bat

Casey at the Bat

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 […]

The RappArt Guide to Political Illustration

The RappArt Guide to Political Illustration

While the 2016 election cycle may seem like an endless loop of one of the Real Housewives series, this show has many months to go before it is cancelled. Each day brings new stories and opinions that require some kind of visual content. RappArt offers a wide array of fantastically talented illustrators to bring the […]

Icons and Infographics

Icons and Infographics

Icons and infographics continue to trend as popular design choices in editorial, advertising, corporate communications, and motion graphics. Approximately 20 of our artists have iconic/infographic work in their portfolios. Six of those artists are particularly successful and we’ve compiled samples from each. If you’d like to see all our icon/infographic talent go to: http://rappart.com/?sfid=6739&_sft_specialties=icons Greg Mably Audubon […]

Rapp Artists for Teaching Tolerance

Rapp Artists for Teaching Tolerance

Teaching Tolerance, a publication from Southern Poverty Law Center, makes wonderful use of illustration. The publication is devoted to diversity, equity, and justice in education, and includes many thought-provoking articles. Teaching Tolerance hires some of the country’s best editorial illustrators and we are regular contributors. Thank you! This issue features four Rapp artists. Peter Horjus was […]

Best of 2015!

Best of 2015!

We are back with our artist curated Best of 2015.  The artists were asked to select their favorite pieces  from this past year.  If we do say so ourselves, it’s an impressive body of work!  Please take a few minutes to look for some 2016 inspiration.

2016 Tote Bags are Here!

2016 Tote Bags are Here!

We are very thrilled to share our new tote bag designs for 2016! This year’s wonderful illustrations are by Shaw Nielsen, Greg Mably, Andy Ward, and Traci Daberko. 2016 is the year of the monkey in case you are wondering about the monkey designs. Let us know your favorite.   Traci Daberko   Shaw Nielsen   Greg […]