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March 31st – Altpick Member Focus Round-Up
This week Altpick.com highlighted 4 talented members starting off with illustrator Kristy Solomon followed by Alex Nabaum and artist rep Salzman International and to complete the week we highlighted photographer Lisa Predko. Take a look and let us know what … Continue reading
Posted in Altpick, Illustrations, Photography Tagged Alex Nabaum, Alexei Vella, Benedetta C. Vialli, conceptual art, Daria Kirpach, Davide Bonazzi, editorial illustration, editorial photography, Federico Gastaldi, food photography, Ivan Canu, Joey Guidone, Julia Kerschbaumer, Keith Lee, Kristy Solomon, Lisa Predko, Luisa Jung, magazines, mark smith, Mirko Cresta, Portraits, publishing, Salzman International Leave a comment
Congratulations Altpick Members Award Winners in AOP, AI-AP, 3×3, Int’l Color Awards, Communication Arts Awards, SND 42, and Black and White Spider Awards!
Altpick.com is honored to present awards winners in AI-AP, AOP, 3×3 Professional Show, International Color Awards, and The Black and White Spider Awards competition. We would like to take this time to congratulate all of the winners! Job well done! … Continue reading
Posted in AI-AP, Altpick, Color Awards, Illustrations, Spider Awards, Uncategorized Tagged 3x3, American, American Illustration, americana urban sup, Carlo Stanga, dinner, Eddie Guy, editorial, Ellen Weinstein, gaby d'alessandro, Garth Glazier, healers, Ivan Canu, Julia Kerschbaumer, korean literature, landscapes, Lisa Powers, magazine, Mark Matcho', morgan gaynin, orange juice, photography, portrait, psychology today, scientific american, simon puschmann, timothy leary, trash, Trump, Turning Pictures, Victo Ngai, virus, wastelands Leave a comment
Altpick Members’ 2020 :: A Year In Review (Part 2/3)
In our 2nd installment of “Altpick Members’ 2020: A Year In Review,” we are taking a look at the creative work our members produced between May-August in 2020. With the unusual circumstances we all had to deal with in this … Continue reading
Posted in Altpick, Art, Branding, Design, Illustrations, Photography Tagged A. Richard Allen, Alexei Vella, Andreas von Buddenbrock, Anni Betts, Anthony Nex, Arlen Schumer, blair kelly, Bonnie Holland, Brian Allen, Captain America, Carlo Stanga, catherine huerta, Dan Bejar, Daria Kirpach, David Plunkert, dorit thies, Eddie Guy, erika lebarre, Ferderico Gastaldi, Garth Glazier, george kamper, Georgie Fearns, Gregory Nelson, Ivan Canu, James Benn, Jason Burfield, jean-manuel duvivier, Joey Guidone, John Fedele, Jon Krause, Julia Kerschbaumer, keith barraclough, kevin steele, kimberley wiseman, Leo Acadia, Lisa Powers, Lyn Alice, Marco Melgrati, Mark Matcho, mark smith, Mirko Cresta, morgan gaynin, Otto Steininger, Picturebox Library, Ray-Mel Cornelius, Richard Salzman, Rick Souders, ryan ketterman, simon puschmann, Stephen Gosling, Steve Feldman, Tom Cocotos, Tom Michas, Tonya Engel, Urs J. Knobel Leave a comment
Altpick Members’ 2020: A Year In Review (Part 1/3)
The year 2020 may not go down in history as one of our greatest ones (an understatement, for sure), but it is not likely to be forgotten. With circumstances more unusual than a rainy day in L.A., our members have … Continue reading
Posted in Altpick, Art, Branding, Design, Illustrations, Photography Tagged 2020, Alexei Vella, Andreas von Buddenbrock, Anni Betts, art brewer, art directors, assignments, Barbara Dekeyser, blair kelly, Brian Allen, catherine huerta, commissioned projects, creative buyers, creative directors, Dan Bejar, Daria Kirpach, David Fullarton, David Plunkert, Donna Wilson, dorit thies, Eddie Guy, Elisa Groglio, Ellen Weinstein, Federico Gastaldi, Figurestock, george kamper, Gregory Nelson, Gregory T Nelson, Hanna Barcyzk, huan tran, Ilana Griffo, Ivan Canu, James Benn, Jay Watson, jean-manuel duvivier, Joey Guidone, john kuczala, Julia Kerschbaumer, keith barraclough, Ken Orvidas, Kent Miller, kevin steele, kimberley wiseman, kristofer dan-bergman, Lisa Predko, Lyn Alice, mark peterman, mark smith, Mirko Cresta, morgan gaynin, news items, pandemic, Paul Garland, Paul Gooney, Quarantine, Ray-Mel Cornelius, Richard Borge, Richard Salzman, Rick Souders, robert houser, Rudy Gutierrez, ryan ketterman, shoots, simon puschmann, Stephen Gosling, Steve Feldman, studio caswell, umberto grati, Urs J. Knobel, Year in Review Leave a comment
HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM ALTPICK MEMBERS!
Happy Holidays from Altpick’s members: photographers, illustrators, designers, animators, and multi-media artists! Wishing everyone a healthy, happy and prosperous 2021! Slide show of the collection of Altpick Members’ Holiday images: Please visit Altpick.com to see more of the members’ amazing work!
Posted in Altpick, Art, Illustrations, Photography Tagged A. Richard Allen, Andreas von Buddenbrock, Angela Martini, Angels, Angels in the Snow, Arlen Schumer, Art Show, Auguri, Cardinal, Chimney, chris lyons, Christmas Eve, Christmas Sweater, Dashing through the Snow, Dave Calver, Davide Bonazzi, Deer, dog, Donna Wilson, Dreaming, Dreams, Ed Ramirez, Ellen Weinstein, Elves, erika lebarre, Federico Gastaldi, Festive, Friend & Johnson, Frosty, Garth Glazier, gifs, Giovannina Colalillo, Haiku, Hanukkah, Happy Holidays, Holly Jolly, Hong Kong, huan tran, Ilana Griffo, Irene Pena, Ivan Canu, Jenni Catullo, Jill Calder, Josee Bisaillon, Joyce Patti, Julia Kerschbaumer, Julia Schwartz, keith barraclough, Ken Orvidas, kimberley wiseman, Kuma, Laughter, Llamas, Luna Nova Snow, Lyn Alice, Merry Christmas, Monteverde, Morgan Gaynin Inc, Naughty or Nice?, Nice Try 2020, Nutcracker, Oliver Wetter, Owl, Panda, Philippe de Kemmeter, Rabbit, Ray-Mel Cornelius, reindeer, robert houser, Santa Claus, Season's Greetings, Silent Night, Sled, snow, Snow Miser, Snowmobile, studio caswell, Superhero, Swan, umberto grati, Urs Knobel, Victo Ngai, videos, Wan Chai, Yien Yip Leave a comment
“BOO!” Greetings from Altpick Members Halloween 2020
Halloween this year is certainly going to be different. Will it be a Trick or a Treat?! Are kids going to be able to go door to door to collect their treats or will it be a bit tricky (hehe)? … Continue reading
Posted in Altpick, Art, Branding, Design, Illustrations, Photography Tagged Alexei Vella, Andreas von Buddenbrock, Anni Betts, Arlen Schumer, Bats, Bob Stevens, Brian Allen, Bubble Boy, Clowns, dia de los muertos, Eddie Guy, Ellen Weinstein, Flyland Designs, Garth Glazier, george kamper, ghosts, Goblins, halloween, harvest corn, haunted house, Irene Pena, Ivan Canu, Janice Fried Donnola, Jenni Catullo, Jim Cohen, Julia Kerschbaumer, Kate Turning, keith barraclough, kevin hauff, kevin steele, kimberley wiseman, Kustom Kult, Lisa Powers, Masks, October, Ray-Mel Cornelius, Redhead Project, Rene Milot, Richard Borge, Steve Feldman, studio caswell, Teresanne Creative, Trick or Trick, Urs J. Knobel, virus, Witches, Wolfman Leave a comment
Congratulations to the American Illustration 39 Winners!
Congratulations to the Altpick members and all the illustrators who won in the American Illustration 39 com competition! We would like to specially highlight the winning pieces of Dan Bejar, Davide Bonazzi, Richard Borge, Ivan Canu, Tom Cocotos, John S. … Continue reading
Posted in Altpick, Art, Design, Illustrations Tagged aaron meshon, American Illustration 39, Dan Bejar, David Plunkert, Davide Bonazzi, Eddie Guy, Ellen Weinstein, Garth Glazier, Ivan Canu, John Dykes, Jon Krause, Leo Acadia, mark smith, Paul Garland, Richard Borge, Tom Cocotos, Urs Knobel Leave a comment
Changing America :: Series 004 :: The Awakening
In our continuing series “Changing America”, Altpick members submit imagery for each edition of the series that depicts their point of view of today’s current crises. Change is coming no doubt. What was is never more, and perhaps that is … Continue reading
Posted in Altpick, Art, Design, Illustrations, Photography Tagged 1960s, 38th and Chicago, African American, Angela Davis, Anthony Foronda, auto parts, Black Lives Matter, Change, Change is Coming, Changing America, Colin Kapernick, DNA, Federico Gastaldi, George Floyd, Global Revolution, hands, Ivan Canu, Jay Watson, Karin Martinson, keith barraclough, kevin steele, L'Espresso, May 25th, Minneapolis, movement, NAACP, New York City, normal, Otto Steininger, Painted Windows, pandemic, political activist, protest, racism, robert houser, San Francisco, SoHo, streetcar racer, studio caswell, t-shirts, taking the knee, The Savoy Project, today's crises, violence Leave a comment
Congratulations Altpick Members in AI-AP, ADDY, Spider, Neal, Luerzers Archive, ASMP, Applied Arts, AOP, One Eyeland, Color Awards, Circle Arts, Creatively Quarterly AWARDS
As you may know, we are not only in the midst of a quarantine but in the midst of the Award Season in the graphic arts community. Many Altpick.com members have been selected, chosen, or won awards in American Illustration … Continue reading
Posted in AI-AP, Altpick, AOP, Applied Arts, Art, ASMP, Circle Arts, Color Awards, Design, Illustrations, Luerzers Archive, Neal Awards, One Eyeland, Photography, Spider Awards Tagged Adriano Salani, American Illustration 39, apparel, Artificial Life, aviation, awards, beauty, bicycle, book covers, Boris Johnson, canada, carlo giambarresi, Carvel, cats, chris lyons, Crain's magazine, Creative Quarterly Top 100, dance, David Plunkert, dogs, dorit thies, Earth, Eddie Guy, Ellen Weinstein, Exhibition, fashion, fine art, flowers, Francesco Maletto Cazzullo, Frankenstein, Giacomo Leopardi, Harvard Business Review, Italian, Ivan Canu, Jacksonville, Jay Watson, Jay Z, John Dykes, john kuczala, Jon Krause, Kent Miller, kristofer dan-bergman, lake, Lisa Powers, maclaren, mark peterman, media, morgan gaynin, New Zealand, ocean, passwords, Paul Garland, Philadelphia Magazine, Pinto, portrait, posters, publishing, Richard Borge, ryan ketterman, Santa Cruz Skateboards, sergio baradat, simon puschmann, Suffrage, teachers, Theater, Tom Cocotos, trains, Urs J. Knobel, Very Italiani, Wall Street Journal, woods Leave a comment