Tag: Illustration

Passion and Persistence: Jack Unruh, Featured in Graphis Journal #375

“It is the idea that is the most important thing, and after that, it is how you…

The Importance of a Good Cover: New Talent 2023 Latest Entries

While one should never judge a book entirely by its cover, it’s still true that the power…

From Fish to Typographic Identities: New Talent 2023 Latest Entries

Students from the ArtCenter College of Design have immersed themselves in both the silly and the serious…

A Photographer’s Dive Into the AI-Verse

By Ann Cutting My introduction to AI-created imagery came through a fellow student from Seattle. After seeing his…

Sound-Based Stamps + Furniture Fair Branding: New Talent 2023 Latest Entries

Two teams of students team up to create a series of sound-based stamps, and one of the…

Images of Illustration + Photoshopped Posters: New Talent Latest Entries

Illustrated and reinvented images are all the rage with this week’s New Talent entries. It takes imagination…

Judging a Book (or Record) by Its Cover: Latest New Talent 2023 Entries

A great cover is something that not only captures a person’s attention but also piques their interest….

Little Hints: Mark & Richard Hess, Featured in Graphis Journal #374

“I had seen his setup of acrylic paints, the colors he’d use and how he lined them…

Old Traditions, New Talent: New Talent 2023 New Entries

Our New Talent 2023 competition is open and accepting entries, and these latest submissions are a blend…

Marshall Arisman: A Life Telling Stories With Art

“I have been to a number of Marshall’s fine art painting exhibition’s in the past, and each…

Mailable Art: Design 2023 Latest Submissions

Typically measuring 0.87 inches wide by 0.98 inches high, a postage stamp offers a very limited space…

Creativity in Chicago: Dan Cosgrove Featured in Graphis Journal #373

Chicago-based illustrator Dan Cosgrove’s Art Deco-inspired illustrations bring the world to your doorstep. A native of Cincinnati,…