illoz roundup #24
January 6, 2009
illustration roundup fires up the biggest issue to date for your personal perusal - brought to you by the ladies and gents at the illoz outpost
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Credit Default Swap Monster
posted by Rob Dunlavey
art director: Dan Revitte
A spread for Newsweek about the economic collapse and some of the players and financial "instruments" that are causing its disastrous global spread.
NYC Movie Houses of the 1970's
posted by Michael Sloan
client: The Village Voice
art director: Jesus Diaz
One of five black and white illustrations accompanying five nostalgic essays about NYC and its cultural diversions in bygone eras. Many thanks to the art director Jesus Diaz for his willingness to use my sketches as final art. I successfully lobbied to have my sketches printed as-is. For me, these brush and ink drawings have a soulful quality which would have been lost if I had tried to re-do them as "final" art. "Dog Day Afternoon" (mentioned by the author Tom Robbins in his accompanying essay) happens to be one of my favorite films. The bank that Al Pacino's character robs was a short bike ride from my old apartment in Brooklyn.
Fernanda Cohen in Germany's Gudberg
posted by Fernanda Cohen
client: Gudberg Magazine
art director: Jan Mueller-Wiefel
Fernanda Cohen just finished 3 illos for the German magazine Gudberg. The article is titled Nylon and it focuses on nylon as a synthetic fiber in natural environments.
posted by Alberto Vazquez
client: ELPAIS MAGAZINE
art director: self
This illustration talks about the relations in the job with the boss. I have the psychology section in this newspaper since one year and my work is conceptual with simple forms.
posted by Beth Adams
client: Sarah Lawrence Alum Mag Fall issue 2008
art director: Hannah Fichandler
This alumnae magazine just started using recyled paper that is beautiful! they sent me copies and the paper is so creamy and delicious to touch. I illustrated an excerpt from the book, "The Sign For Drowning". The Author, Rachel Stolzman, adopted a deaf foster child - her other senses are heightened, like touch.
Yelp! homemade reviews
posted by John Hersey
client: NY Times
art director: Niki Kalish
Yelp! An online source of customer reviews for restaurants and many other things reviewable
posted by J.D. King
art director: SooJin Buzelli
This was for an article about just how honest one is on their resumés.
posted by A.Richard Allen
art director: SooJin Buzelli
On the theme of 2009 arriving. Thankfully not so apocalyptic as others I've done on the same theme lately! AD-ed wonderfullyby SJB
Joe V Elite
posted by Christopher Nielsen
client: The San Francisco Chronicle
art director: Frank Mina
Cover story about the age old battle for control of America between Joe Six-Pack and the Intellectual Elite.
Bear Market Bottom?
posted by Joseph Fiedler
client: Canadian Business Magazine
art director: Tim Davin
This article speculates on whether or not we've reached the bottom of a Global Bear Market.
posted by Miguel Gallardo
client: La Vanguardia
art director: Emilio Alvarez
Great leader, bad times
George Bush, the missing, has left the world more than ever of the pending U.S. elections. Qualifying their inheritance would be catastrophic exaggerated, but it's certainly bad, both on the domestic front and internationally. The United States suffered one of its worst crisis, with the addition of a social inequality that leaves forty million people in poverty or marginalization, with few hedges and very low levels in redistribution of wealth. Moreover, the Iraq War has highlighted the weakness of the first world power to threats or expansive the vagaries of other countries. The cost of the wars in themselves of small and medium-scale, and that of Afghanistan, represents an economic drain that exceeds the reasonable limit of the financing capacity of new interventions abroad, so the dangers of destabilization are greater than ever since the end of the Cold War.
Palin on Ice
posted by Kyle T. Webster
client: The Guardian
art director: Richard Turley
A 'what if' scenario for the cover of the Guardian, one week before the election. Richard gave me total freedom - what fun!
How to invest in 2009
posted by Linzie Hunter
client: Canadian Business
art director: Tim Davin
Full page illustration for annual investment feature
posted by Graham Smith
art director: Jose Reyes
Jose Reyes asked me to illustrate the younger, edgier Johnny Cash for the review of Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison
: Legacy Edition
in Paste magazine.
"He was a real man with great faults, and great genius and beauty in him." Rosanne Cash.
Antiques Roadshow Poster
posted by Mark S. Fisher
client: WGBH Boston
art director: Dennis O'Reilly
Just completed the 2009 season poster with the theme
'Lucky Season 13'. For a peek into the process of creating it check out my post at Drawger. Right Here
Hess Does Lincoln Center Founder
posted by Mark Hess
client: Fordham University
art director: Joe McShane
Fordham University tapped Mark Hess to paint a formal portrait of Rev. Laurence J. McGinley, S.J., former president, celebrating his role in securing the land for Lincoln Center and Fordham's W 60th street campus in Manhattan. The painting is 44"x54" in oil and hangs in the second floor lobby (under a protective covering). It is the fourth portrait the university has commissioned by Hess.
Just in TIme for the Holidays!
posted by Michael Doret
client: The Jewish Zodiac
art director: Michael Doret
Year of the Egg Cream is one of a dozen "Zodiac" signs I did that were based on the Chinese Zodiac placemats we've all seen in restaurants. See all twelve on my website.
posted by David Flaherty
client: Plan Sponsor
art director: SooJin Buzzeli
Image for Plan Sponsor about custodians for minor recipients of IRAs.
posted by David Cowles
client: The New Yorker
art director: Max Bode
I got to do a cool illustration of Jazz stylist Bill Charlap for Art Director Max Bode. I think I may have initially gotten the job because they confused my e-mail address with Daniel Clowes, but Max was great to work with, and it was nice to be in the magazine again (after sixteen or so years).
posted by Chris Lyons
client: America's Quarterly
art director: Donald Partyka
It's fun to create a portrait when the face and personality are interesting and large and unkempt. It keeps you loose and makes for compelling art.
posted by Diana Bryan
client: Danny Pelavin
art director: Danny Pelavin
For the ROBOT WEBPAGE on Daniel Pelavin's webpage
posted by James O'Brien
Just a fire-breathing dragon, personal piece.
Obama Cover for The Progressive
posted by Zina Saunders
client: The Progressive
art director: Nick Jehlen
To illustrate two cover stories about the need for activists and progressives to keep pushing their agendas with Barack Obama.
posted by Mike Moran
client: Major League Baseball
One of 7 illustrations that appeared in the 2008 World Series and Playoff programs for Major League Baseball.
This illustration was about the different ways players open up bottles of champagne.
posted by Adam McCauley
client: Steven Guarnaccia Design
art director: Steven Guarnaccia
This image was commissioned for an Italian Manufacturing company. The theme is "Safety In Design", illustrating the precautions that the company makes to ensure a safe work environment.
The Bush Crimes: A Eulogy
posted by David Gothard
client: TIME Magazine
art director: Patricia Hwang
For the Kinsley commentary, excoriating the Bush administration for a legacy of debt, crimes, and unnecessary war.
Laugh till you cry
posted by Ellen Weinstein
art director: Jessica Sokol
Series of illustrations for an article about body oddities
Alex and Me
posted by Scott Bakal
client: Discover Magazine
art director: Michael DiIoia
One of two illustrations done for a Discover feature story about the passing of an amazingly intelligent African gray parrot named Alex.
posted by Nigel Buchanan
client: Jugglezine.com / Herman Miller
art director: Marie-Claire Camp
The age old problem of balancing work and family commitments was the theme behind this one. The article highlighted a couple who swopped work and home roles every six months.
posted by Edel Rodriguez
client: Warner Bros./Reprise Records
art director: Mike Diehl
This is a cover for the Warner Bros./Reprise Records "GUIDE", an in-house publication art directed by Mike Diehl. Mike called and said I could do whatever I wanted, the image just had to relate to music in some way, no sketches required. He said I could do the type as well, so all the lettering is hand drawn. More of my music and culture images can be seen here.
posted by BOBBERTOLINI Staake
client: The New Yorker
art director: Françoise Mouly
Cover November 17, 2008 'Obama and America election issue of 'The New Yorker'
LL Bean Christmas catalog 2008
posted by Robert Crawford
client: LL Bean
This was a really fun job that got a ton of attention. Both the color study and the finished art is now in the LL Bean corporate art collection.
Samantha (obama's girl) Powers
posted by Scott Menchin
client: Internazionale -italian weekly
art director: Giovanni Demauro
portrait for an essay
The Lucky Pig
posted by Lisa Desimini
client: "Hundred Acres" restaurant
By the turn of the century, factories started to take over the neighborhood, (known as Soho) which soon became home to one of Manhattan's infamous red-light districts. Rampant fires, fueled by the wooden floors and beams, plagued the area earning it the nickname, "Hell's Hundred Acres"
I had fun figuring out a way to incorporate fire, food and farms!
Obama & Detroit
posted by Douglas Fraser
client: Motor Trend magazine
art director: Andy Foster
Illustration for a regular column in the front of the magazine. As can be expected that an automotive magazine is very interested in what's up in the incoming new Obama adminstration. Andy Foster is a great art director to work with in a genre of magazine populated heavily with photography.
The Secrets of Marketing in a Web 2.0 World
posted by Peter + Maria Hoey
client: The Wall Street Journal
art director: Orlie Kraus
Consumers are flocking to social-networking sites and blogs.
And leaving a lot of marketers behind.
For marketers Web 2.0 offers a new opportunity to engage consumers. If only they knew how to do it.
posted by Yvetta Fedorova
client: New Yorker
art director: Max Bode
A story about generations of African women and their families. Art director asked me to create a simple and bold image but illustrate a strong female personality at the same time. I've chosen to make a woman look ahead and the baby to stare at the spectator.
25 Amazing Alums... 25 Amazing Ideas
posted by Lou Brooks
client: Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
art director: Wendy McMillan
One of a series of illustrations for Dartmouth Alumni Magazine's special issue: "25 Alums... 25 Amazing Ideas." This particular one illustrated possible ways to get your kids away from their computers and out-of-doors. I was allowed to come up with my own ideas for each subject, so the Gyro-Car is my own demented brainstorm. A dream project, thanks to AD Wendy McMillan and editors. We all had fun!
Don't Look Down!
posted by Dale Stephanos
client: Mother Jones
art director: Tim Luddy
Through the course of the election I became fond of Mother Jones magazine. Not only did they have good reporting/writing, but they used great illustrators. It was obvious that someone over there is a fan of us illers.
This cover quotes a Saturday Evening Post cover done by J.C. Leyendecker, who has always been a favorite of mine. I was honore3d that art director Tim Luddy chose me to for this cover in such an important historical moment. I also got a kick out of the idea that I was getting paid to draw the president in a diaper.
Strauss Group Campaign
posted by Hanoch Piven
client: Shalmor Avnon Amichay Y&R
art director: Gideon Amichay
In the last 6 months I have been working on this Advertising Campaign for The Strauss Group (a leading food company in Israel) which went up in December on billboard and TV ads.
This is an image from Tel Aviv.
posted by Harry Campbell
art director: Dan Revitt
A recent piece for Newsweek, one of many for a science column I do. This one was about how some scientific or medical specialists won't change their minds very easily.
posted by Joel Nakamura
client: Murphy Design
art director: Mark Murphy
Painting for exhibition at the Comicon
My Mark Murphy
Dating After 45
posted by John S. Dykes
client: Harvard magazine
art director: Vera Leung
I pictured a bar coaster for this assignment - something about the over 45 age group and dating reminds me of a cocktail lounge environment...
posted by David Pintor
client: Everest publisher
art director: Irene Penas
The clown. Illustration for a children book about Circus.
King of Champagnes
posted by David Goldin
client: TIME Inc. Europe
art director: Paul Mumby
Mr. Goldin, could you please create an image regarding Champagne?
Oh, yes... and don't forget to give it... A-TTI-TUDE!