Taylor Callery’s cover illustration for the Arts & Leisure section in the New York Times depicts the controversial case of the Central Park joggers. This illustration accompanies an article exploring Ava DuVernay’s new four-part Netflix documentary about the lives of these five men. See more of Taylor’s work here.
James O’Brien illustrated The Wall Street Journal’s 2019 Summer Books guide. He created brightly colored spot illustrations to introduce each book genres and a large portrait of Justice Holmes that introduces the entire guide. See more of James’ work here.
Yuta Onoda created an illustration to accompany a book review of Lisa See’s The Island Of Sea Women in the latest issue of O, the Oprah Magazine. Yuta captures the complexity of this rich and compelling novel about two women free divers in Korea who after WW2 as elders, look back on their bond, their […]
Jean Francois Podevin created a series of satirical photo illustrations for the Hour Detroit’s article, “The New Age Take on Debate Club.” This piece dissects the intellectual common ground that high school and college students are finding at the Ethics Bowl. See more of Jean Francois’ work 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 […]
“The Earth without art is just eh“ Planet Earth is one of our illustrators’ most visited subjects. Whether it be an informational map, quirky cartoon or pointed graphic, there are infinite ways to re-imagine this blue and green globe that we all call home. These illustrations guide powerful conversations about sustainability, diversity, economics, and climate […]
Elizabeth Traynor’s dreamy Jane Austen inspired illustration for the Washington Post is perfectly timed with the beginning of spring. Her work accompanies the article “Jane Austen believed beauty could come in every shape and size. What else can she teach us about wellness?” See more work by Elizabeth Traynor here.
The talented Nigel Buchanan was created another brilliant magazine cover for March’s Smithsonian Magazine. The article discusses the story of a man named Wendell Phillips, who is called the “American Lawrence of Arabia” See more portraits by Nigel here.
Stephanie Dalton Cowan, illustrated the cover image and spot illustrations for 2Communique’s BizEd Magazine. The article explores navigating a leadership position as a recent business graduate during times of “conflict, change, and social upheaval.” To see more work by Stephanie, click here.
Illustrating Einstein’dream of a grand unified theory : J.F. Podevin created these three illustrations for Catherine Zandonella, editor of Princeton University Magazine. The goal was to create a single image that connected the large scale of the Universe to the small scale of Quantum particles. Both paradigms shared an M.C. Escher look-alike design, more appropriately referred to as […]
ThankGodIt’sMonday said no one, ever. Yesterday, The New York Times business section led with a story on Millenials’ performative workaholism. With their catchy uplifting phrases like “Rise and Grind” at Nike and Shark Tank, workers are logging 18-hour work days so they can #hustle on Instagram later. Taylor Callery illustrated the “Hustle Culture” with their tech gadgets and […]
Illustrators, Peter and Maria Hoey of Coin-Op Studios have done it again! The illustration duo worked with Dartmouth University for their January/ February Alumni Magazine Issue which included two editorial spreads for “The Amazing Life and Times of John Ledyard” illustrated in a graphic novel style. In his 38 years of life, John was known […]
The Sopranos is the greatest TV show of all time. Period. End of Story! And this month is the 20th anniversary of the show’s debut. The Sopranos changed TV forever and this past Sunday’s Arts & Leisure section of the New York Times did a story on the best 20 shows over the past 20 […]
The multi-talented Anna Godeassi has illustrated this piece for Wall Street Journal’s “Why Forgetfulness Might Actually Help You” which discusses how actual forgetfulness may indicate a healthy level of creativity and focus. Who knew? See more work by Anna here.
Photo-illustrator, Sean McCabe was commissioned to work on the front cover illustration for client, Texas Highways December Issue, “12 Trips for 2019”. The January issue features 12 trips to take in the coming year, plus where to find the world’s largest cowboy boots, pecan, pizza, and more right here in Texas. AD: Mark Mahorsky See more […]
Illustration duo, Peter and Maria Hoey of Coin-Op Studios created the cover illustration and interior illustration for yesterday’s LA Times 2019 Travel Guide. AD: Paul Gonzales See more work by Peter and Maria here and we can’t wait to share more of their new work within the new year.
One of our newest illustrators, Egle Plytnikaite, recently worked with the award-winning publication, ASIS International’s Security Management Magazine. For their January Issue, she illustrated a piece to accompany the article “Haunting after Heroism” which touches on how first responders face layers of risk which can have long term effects on their mental health. Egle depicts a first responder […]
Aleksey worked with art director, Sara Boyer at Bussolati to illustrate a cover for ACC Docket‘s “It’s Coming from Inside: How to Educate Your Board of Directors on Insider Threats” September Issue. From Drafts to Final, Aleksey provides a glimpse of the process to the final cover. See more editorial work from Aleksey here.
Nigel Buchanan was selected by TIME Magazine’s Design Director, Chrissy Dunleavy, to create 3 full-page illustrations for the annual “Person of The Year” issue. Nigel was honored to be chosen for Time’s most important and prestigious issue and created portraits of Donald Trump. Robert Mueller, and Moon Jae-In in his distinctive style. All three were shortlisted for the 2018 Person of […]
John Dykes was selected to illustrate the wraparound cover for Santa Clara Magazine. He helped celebrate Santa Clara University’s Best in the West designation from U.S. News & World Report by illustrating some other bests and firsts of California and the Bay Area AD: DJ Stout/ Pentagram Austin See more editorial work by John here and let […]
Illustrator, Taylor Callery has been quite busy with work in the last few months. Here is his most recent piece for the Wall Street Journal’s Life & Art’s Section. The illustration accompanies the article, “Hey, That’s My Idea: When Your Boss Steals Your Work” where the article discusses the frustration when a manager takes undue credit from […]
This year, we received incredible concepts for our 2019 tote bags from our brilliant artists and these are the winning designs. The bags come with our illustration look books where you can see fantastic examples of the work in bright printed living color. Douglas Jones went with a timelessly quirky idea for the year of the […]
Illustrator, Nigel Buchanan was asked to create a portrait of the legendary investor, Nelson Peltz, CEO and a founding partner of Trian Partners for the December issue of Fortune Magazine. The portrait accompanied the article, “The Investor That Tripped On GE & P&G” where it discusses Peltz whether this is a turning point for him after […]
Peter and Maria Hoey’s work received high praise from the editor of Crain’s Chicago Business, Michael Arndt. Arndt called their 3-page collaborative comic story (about the Rise and Fall of Motorola) the piece he was most proud of from his time at Crain’s Chicago Business (art directed by Jason McGregor). See more of Peter and […]
Illustrator Pete Lloyd was commissioned by Wall Street Journal to illustrate for a review of “Watching The Lights Go Out” a new book about renowned author Saul Bellow, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1976. See how Lloyd captures the American novelist in a generation teeming with literary talent. See more art by Pete here. […]
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 […]
Traci Daberko created an illustration and animated gif for the New York Times Sunday Real Estate section article, “Winter Is Coming“. The story discusses how homeowners should prepare and make sure their homes are ready for the first deep freeze of the season. Her illustration cleverly depicts a home inside a snow globe/thermostat with the sun […]
Jean-Francois Podevin was asked by Minh Uong, art director for The New York Times Sunday Business section, to create an illustration and GIF animation for the article, “Hey A.I., Let’s Ponder Earthquakes“, which discusses how A.I. techniques are aiding scientists in analyzing massive amounts of data. This could greatly improve accuracy, enabling them to predict […]
Nigel Buchanan was commisioned to create a portrait of Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga to promote their latest film, “A Star is Born”. The film was well received by critics and audiences alike. As usual, Nigel captured the essence of both actors in character. See more of Nigel’s work here.
Illustrator David Vogin was approached by the well-known French Magazine, Courrier International, and asked to create photo collage illustrations on various topics. David has a gift for creating visual narratives that effectively illuminate concepts. Readers are able to easily understand the text by associating it with the accompanying images. See more from David here. […]
Nigel Buchanan was commissioned by Rolling Stone Magazine to illustrate a portrait of the pop sensational star, Sia. In the editorial spread, he uses a bright color to capture the personality of the singer and highlights the oversized blond wig she wears whenever she performs and presents herself to the public. See more of Nigel’s […]
Editorial genius, Yuta Onoda was assigned to work on the latest issue of InvestmentNews magazine to accompany an article titled “The Long Road Back.” For the direction of the assignment, the article was about the troubles Wells Fargo is having/going through at the moment and Yuta was asked to come up with a piece that […]
In today’s paper for ” The New York Times, the headline grabbing article, “How To Retire in Your 30’s With $1 Million in the Bank” was accompanied by this conceptual illustration by Anna Godeassi. Anna’s editorial style captures the essence of the article where the everyday reader relates to working a never ending job with dreams of […]
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 […]
Award-winning conceptual illustrator, Dan Page, was recently commissioned by art director, Nick Leibold of D Magazine to illustrate their annual medical directory. Dan’s strong compelling images represent the symptoms of health topics such as Allergies, Alzheimer’s, Arthritis, Crohn’s/Colitis, Insomnia and Heart health. The genius of Dan’s work is his concepts that uniquely speak to each […]
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.
Client: Wall Street Journal | Description: Cover and interior illustrations for the top companies report. Stephanie’s playful graphic shapes are grounded by figures in the workplace conversing and exchanging ideas. See more of Stephanie’s recent work here