ROUND UP #23
October 7, 2008
illustration roundup wanders into town again for issue #23 - brought to you by the fine folks tending camp at the illoz ranch
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illustration thanks to Marc Burckhardt
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Farewell To An Upper West Side Apartment
posted by Michael Sloan
client: The New York Times / City Section
art director: Richard Weigand
As he prepares to leave his beloved Upper West Side apartment, the author of this article reflects on the parade of characters that have passed through his home over the years. RIchard Weigand at the NY Times was looking for an image that combined humor and melancholy. I instantly connected with the bittersweet mood of this article since I had similar feelings when I left my old apartment in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
posted by John Hersey
client: Communications of the ACM
art director: Alicia Kubista
searching and divining more and more complex code environments ... yeah baby!
Illustrations for a Facebook application
posted by Chris Lyons
client: Humana | VML
30 or so drawings out of an assignment of over 100 for a health-related application on Facebook for Humana Healthcare
The Socialization of Boys
posted by Joseph Fiedler
client: The Hartford Courant
art director: Ananda Walden
Sketchbook style piece about the difficulties boys face transitioning from high school to college.
posted by Zina Saunders
Here's a piece I did for The Nation, inspired by Nancy Stahl's Women's Work
gallery show on Drawger.
posted by J.D. King
client: Harvard's Kennedy School Magazine
art director: Diane Sibley
Cover for The Kennedy School Magazine.
EW's Fall Movie Preview
posted by Kyle T. Webster
client: Entertainment Weekly
art director: Eric Paul
Thanks to Brian Anstey and Eric Paul for these fun portraits for the Fall Movie Preview issue: Viggo Mortensen, Anne Hathaway, Meryl Streep, and George Clooney. I have always wanted to draw Viggo.
posted by Dale Stephanos
client: King Magazine
art director: Chris Christiano
This was for an article on the fantasy that Obama presents.
Atomic Zombie Future!
posted by Christopher Nielsen
client: Gooo Magazine
art director: Andre Agosin
Illo for Issue #6 of Buenos Aires Mag Gooo. The theme was "Future" so I decided to take a positive approach...
posted by Julia Breckenreid
client: MORE Magazine
art director: Shelley Frayer
An interesting assignment on the hard truths about letting yourself off the hook...
Social Security Claiming Guide
posted by Adam McCauley
client: Social Security / Boston College
art director: Ronn Campisi
This was the cover for a fun project, a new brochure produced through Boston College by Social Security. The brochure covers all the bases for learning about how to best claim your Social Security benefits. The illustrations (around twenty) needed to convey abstract information such as age, income level, economy, retirement, etc. in a way that was consistent and graphic.