Category: Illustration: Single
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Description: Personal Piece
Artist: Leslie A. Wood
"The Courage of Venus"
Description: Limited Edition print to raise funds for the 'Breakthrough Breast Cancer' charity.
Artist: Paul Garland
Description: A story about the development of sounds created for electric cars. Due to their quietness they have caused problems (with blind people for example), so manufacturers are adding speakers which emulate gasoline engine sounds.
Artist: Guyco Studio
Description: Plane drops pencils on city
Artist: Otto Steininger
"Searching for your Identity"
Description: The story was about searching for your identity in a changing job market for Barnard College
Artist: Daniel Horowitz
"Blow Your Own Horn"
Description: Illustrated for an article which focuses on the programs that independent broker/dealers are using to help their representatives bring in top-notch clients.
Artist: Robert Carter
Description: An illustration for The Washington Post Express for their Summer reading list.
Artist: Jack Black
Description: The article about the Book of Revelation: How John of Patmos' nightmare spread like a virus - the most entertaining virus ever.
Artist: Yuta Onoda
Description: Portrait of Sugar Blue
Artist: Urs J. Knobel
Description: personal piece about "gambling"
Artist: Stefano Morri
"Inspiration of the Lincoln Cent"
Description: Inspiration of the Lincoln Cent Lithograph by Joel Iskowitz Historically Accurate Recreation of Brenner and Roosevelt at Sagamore Hill... Depicting Theodore Roosevelt sitting for Victor Brenner. Brenner is sketching TR for the obverse model of the Panama Canal Service Medal. This is a moment many believe ‘sparked’ the birth of the Lincoln Cent – during the sitting Brenner showed Roosevelt a Lincoln plaque he had created (shown to the right of Brenner’s elbow in the lithograph). Brenner had a fondness for Lincoln and had copyrighted a medal design featuring Lincoln as early as 1907, producing a several speculative medal and plaque variations. Roosevelt as President of the U.S. had the authority to make this precedent breaking icon a reality -the first time an actual person was depicted on American circulating coinage.
Artist: Joel Iskowitz
Description: For a story describing the experiences of a young girl who was bullied at school.
Artist: Mark Smith
Description: An international adv campaign for the fashion brand brioni
Artist: Carlo Stanga
"Ignoring the Obvious"
Description: The more successful companies become, the more difficult it is for them to recognize when they must change radically. Many industries are going to look very different tomorrow, yet today’s market leaders will probably be the last ones to transform themselves, even if they realize they must in order to survive. Why do companies find it so tough to tackle the obvious?
Artist: Robert Carter
"Heart of the Matter, - Pharmacists ask, “Where’s t"
Description: Cover for Pharmacy Business Magazine, Heart of the Matter, - Pharmacists ask, “Where’s the Money?” Pharmacists are being asked to do more for less money.
Artist: Giovannina Colalillo
Description: jack and jackie kennedy
Artist: johanna goodman
Description: Full-page illustration for article about the age of oil lasting much longer than previously expected.
Artist: Daniel Hertzberg
Description: illustration for the short story "Safari" by Jennifer Egan
Artist: Rich Tu
"Give me food"
Description: ink, watercolor.
Artist: Junghwa Park
Description: an illustration created for a story in Annalemma Magazine
Artist: Christina Song