Paul Garland’s sunny, sexy fantasy illustration for Popshot Magazine dives into a double page spread with a poem titled, “The House That Wanted to Be a Boat.”
Roy Scott was commissioned to illustrate two vastly different features in his signature graphic collage style by healthcare publisher Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. The first article explored ethical questions about a nurse/family conflict arising over a terminally ill patient’s do not resuscitate (DNR) order.
Daniel Hertzberg’s full page illustration for the Boston Globe Magazine accompanied a case study of one man’s profound and inexplicable memory loss.
Carlo Giambarresi was commissioned by LA Ads in Toronto to illustrate a teaser campaign promoting the development of The Selby, a new luxury highrise condominium. Carlo’s graphic image highlights a signature feature of the newest addition to the city’s skyline: its bright red color.
Fian Arroyo’s long and winding illustration for the Carolinas edition of AAA Traveler magazine accompanies “Cruising on the Music Highway,” an article about sightseeing on the road from Memphis to Nashville.