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Illustration Roundup!
illustration roundup #10
June 27, 2007
Ladies and gents, illustration roundup is proud to bring you the latest ink from the illoz posse, rounded up over the past two weeks of summer, 2007.

The next issue will blow through town on or about July 16th.

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Al Gore
posted by Tim O'Brien
client: Rolliing Stone
art director: Joe Newton

Here is the version I prefer for this month's GREEN issue of Rolling Stone. Fun assignment.

The Test From Hell
posted by Joseph Fiedler
client: The San Francisco Chronicle Magazine
art director: Dorothy Yule


Feature editorial about  the SAT tests and how they can be exclusive to some degree, especially to those who "think different".  Worst of all, some edcators feel that the test DOSEN'T predict how anyone will do in college.

The Museum Guard
posted by Edel Rodriguez
client: German Playboy
art director: Parvin Nazemi

At the beginning of the year, I was hired by German Playboy to do a monthly illustration for the front of their magazine.  The articles are written by a man who falls head over heels for a particular woman he sees one day— a taxi driver, a store clerk, and, in this case, a museum guard.  The rest of the images from the series, along with sketches and descriptions of the process, can be seen here.

Frog vox pops
posted by A.Richard Allen
client: Guardian Public (UK)
art director: Tony Myers

One of four spots- following a reference in the copy to English planning decisions taking so long because, 'before they drain the swamp planners consult the frogs'.

Summer Reading
posted by Katherine Streeter
client: The New York Times
art director: Nicholas Blechman

Hilma Wolitzer's new novel centers around a book club in the Hamptons that transforms the lives of three women.