Gina Binkley adds NEW Photographic WORK to her portfolio, “Lera”.
Following his recent move to Cleveland, Guy Stauber illustrates a tribute to Lebron and his time with Miami for Richard Solomon Artist Reps.
Heather Scholl’s “Salt of the Earth” – Dedicated to the Bees – mixed media on wood
36″ x 36″.
Emiliano Ponzi illustrates for La Repubblica for an article which presents the question does art pieces really change the environment?
The latest from photographer Brook Pifer is her new beach version series of the Lady Adventures.
Neale Osborne’s latest illustrations continue his pictorial tribute to ‘The Fantastic Four’ – and, of course, their creators Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and (fellow Birmingham-born) artist John Byrne.
Tim O’Brien’s recent assignment for Reed College Magazine was to illustrate Emilio Pucci, the Italian fashion designer.
Otto Steininger adds a new illustration to his portfolio “Flying Exercise No. 3”.
Photographer Nick Nacca found this spot in the hills of California and had some fun lighting up the campsite.
Alex Nabaum illustrated a preview in Chicago Magazine for the play “Native Son” by the author Richard Wright.
Kari Modén’s illustration for Red Magazine’s feature story was on the 2014 technology trends, for example, Google glasses and Samsung gear watch.
Cade Martin photographed a fresh brand identity for our Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company’s 35th Anniversary Season.
Photographer George Logan shoots HSBC campaign for JWT.
Kevin Hauff had an interesting commission for the Radio Times where they needed an image for the magazine radio pages to accompany a Radio 4 drama called Psalm – about the playwright Ben Johnson.
Lorenzo Gritti’s Portrait N.28 from The Book of W.W.2 Italian Resistance W.I.P.
Edel Rodriguez illustrated one of the covers for Margarita Engle’s books, “The Lightning Dreamer”.
Photographer Stephanie Diani recently photographed actress and writer Judy Greer for a cover story in Backstage magazine.
“Rarely am I moved by the loss of a celebrity the way I am with this man. He battled demons as many creative geniuses do. He gave us all so much”, comments illustrator Phil Bliss.
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