Dan Cosgrove’s vibrant, iconic poster art has become distinctly Cosgrove. While he is Chicago-based, his work has been viewed by international readers of the Wall Street journal, Texas Monthly and the New York Times, as well as→ [[Read the full article…]]
Illustration Master – Robert Rodriguez
Rodriguez, 67, was born in New Orleans, but has lived in California since 1965. In 1969, he graduated from Chouinard Art Institute (now CalArts) and→ [[Read the full article…]]
Michael Pantuso was exposed to the art world at an early age. He recalls his father, also a graphic designer, painting an entire room — floors, walls, even a ping pong table — pastel green.
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Norman Rockwell — Capturing the Heart of Americana
Celebrated as “the Dickens of the paintbrush,” it can be said that few artists have captured the culture of 20th-century America as well as Norman Rockwell.
A New Yorker by birth, Norman’s quirky, often comical depictions of everyday life→ [[Read the full article…]]
Victor Vasarely (1906-1997), one of our Graphis Art/Illustration Masters, is internationally recognized as one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. As a leader of the Op Art movement, Vasarely was known for his innovative approach towards color and optical illusion. We→ [[Read the full article…]]
During his career, Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966) worked on immense murals in office buildings and hotels, magazine covers, advertisements, and books illustrations.
He illustrated classic childhood books, fairy tales, and nursery rhymes such as Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, the→ [[Read the full article…]]
Newell Convers Wyeth (1882-1945) was one of America’s favorite illustrators alongside Rockwell and Leyendecker, concentrating on historical fantasy and classic literature, always adhering to the rules of great composition, color, and drama. Every piece seems to focus on specialized→ [[Read the full article…]]
Born in New York City, Norman Rockwell (1894-1978) was both an illustrator and an activist. Most famous for his Four Freedoms paintings, the creation of cultural icon Rosie the Riveter, and his work with The Saturday Evening Post, Rockwell surely had a lustrous career.
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Guy Billout, French-born illustrator and philosopher, writes captions and columns, in addition to illustrating articles for The Atlantic Monthly. He creates a world of inverted perspective that not only challenges the laws of physics, but also our deepest fears.
For example, Billout’s→ [[Read the full article…]]
Maybe you know Doug Johnson as the man that painted the famous Judas Priest album covers or the person who designed the packaging for Cosmic Candy. If neither of these projects ring a bell, then let it be known that Johnson is one of the most respected illustrators of the ‘70s.
Born and→ [[Read the full article…]]