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 […]
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.
The multi-talented Yuta Onoda is known for his ability to illuminate fictional worlds. His cover illustration for Nahoko Uehashi’s “The Beast Player” has been accepted into the Society of Illustrators 61 book and exhibition. The novel is a YA fantasy about a girl with the special power to communicate with magical beasts, who tries to […]
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 […]
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 to 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 […]
RappArt is well known for it’s strong portfolio of conceptual artists suitable for editorial projects. But many of the same artists have completed terrific publishing assignments. We have a range of possibilities led by graphic novel influenced artists Michael Cho and Asaf Hanuka. Assignments have included covers for trade fiction, YA, and fantasy. Check out […]
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 […]