Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Illustration Friday: Winter

My submission for this weeks Illustration Friday topic - Winter.

This piece was created for part of my holiday greeting card this year titled "Merry Christmas. Happy New Year." It's also now available as a limited edition print too.

Happy Holidays :)

materials used: pen and ink, textures, and adobe photoshop.


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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Creative Quarterly 22: Winners Announced

Stoked that another illustration will be in the next Creative Quarterly. Uni-cube was done for the ADC Cube Project and will be featured in CQ 22.

Congrats to all the other CQ winners as well! Here's the full list and post from CQ's website

Creative Quarterly is pleased to announce the winners of CFE 22. All winners will be exhibited in the next issue of Creative Quarterly, on the newsstand Spring 2011. The winners and runner-ups work will be posted on our Online Gallery in Spring 2011.
*Denote multiple winners

Illustration: Professional

Scott Anderson
Carlos Araujo
Scott Bakal
Andres Guzman*
Steven Hughes, Primary Hughes Illustration
Robin Hursthouse
Bee Johnson
Jesse Kuhn
Chris B Murray
James Ng
Inga Poslitur
Nick Ramos
Rick Sealock
Mark Smith
Oliver Weiss*
Daniel Zitka

Illustration: Student

Tuesday Bassen, Minneapolis College of Art & Design
JungYeon Roh, School of Visual Arts

Fine Art: Professional

Pamela Dewey
Brad Gray
Andres Guzman
Joyce Ho
LaBounty + Johl
Johann Wessels

Fine Art: Student

Martin Arnold, University of Mississippi
Janie Askew, University of Georgia
Brandon Cramm, University of Wisconsin- Stout

Graphic Design: Professional

Mark Oliver, Inc.*
Chuck Nivens
Mervin Pakaste
Ji Yong Park
Jessica Ring, The Garden

Graphic Design: Student

Brian Banton*, York University
Tisha Boonyawatana, California State University, Long Beach
Jeremy Honea*, Texas State University, San Marcos
Bruce Mai, California State University, Sacramento
Yumi Nakamura*, School of Visual Arts
Ngoc Ngo, Academy of Art University
Jose Rivera, California State University Sacramento

Photography: Professional

Navid Baraty
Leland Bobbé
Amy Fichter
Jenn Grossman, Jenn Grossman Photography
Frank Hamrick*
LaBounty + Johl
Rachel Nemecek

Photography: Student

Robby Cavanaugh, Cal Poly Pomona
Ashlee Larsen
Amanda Longoria, Texas State University
Megan Rath*

Fine Art: Professional

Kevin Bernstein
Jessica Kale
Peter Kraemer
Robyn Lee
Carmen Li
Josue Romero
Tamara Staser-Meltzer
Christine Style
Marc Yannarelli

Fine Art: Student

Seguli Cho, RIT
Soyun Choi, Kookmin University
James Louks, Black Hills State University
Rachel Sard, Washington University in St. Louis

Graphic Design: Professional

Mario Estioko
Dawn McCusker
Ji Yong Park*
Jamie Runnells, Jamie Runnells Design
Danny Warner

Graphic Design: Student

Kristine Campbell, Truman State University
Meghan Dunaway, Mississippi College
Robert Gaszak, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Darshita Mistry
Yumi Nakamura*, School of Visual Arts
Tomoko Ogino*, Art Center College of Design
JunYong Sim, Art Center College of Design

Illustration: Professional

Wesley Bedrosian
Graham Franciose
Mark Hammermeister
Keiko Murayama
Chiami Sekine
Keiko Tokushima
Oliver Weiss
Kyle White

Illustration: Student

Courtney Billadeau, Minneapolis College of Art & Design
Will Cardona, OCAD
Mark Ingram, Art Center College of Design
Michelle Schwartzbauer, Minneapolis College of Art & Design

Photography: Professional

Darryl Baird
Michael Barlas
Philomena Carroll*
Leni Johnston*
Abigail Wellman
Daniel Zitka
Gary Zuercher

Photography: Student

Robby Cavanaugh, Cal Poly Pomona
Caleb Clark, Louisiana Tech University
Jordyn Hill, Utah State University
Emily Hoffman, Converse College
Christine Lenzen, University of Notre Dame
Ashley Matthews*, Louisiana Tech University
Rachel Woolf, Severna Park Senior High School

Here's a little video from the ADC Cube Project opening too...


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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Utne Reader Illustrated Blog Series

One of my favorite commissioners of editorial illustration, Stephanie Glaros of Utne Reader, has recently started an ongoing Utne Reader Illustrated blog series. Making herself that much cooler now in the illustration world, and giving the readers some insight about the editorial illustration process that goes on behind the scenes. She just featured a recent illustration that her and I worked on together about retirement. You can check out the article here: Utne Reader Illustrated: Jesse Kuhn.

Utne Reader has really been influential in my career as an illustrator so far. I’ve had the opportunity to work on many articles with Stephanie over the past couple years. It’s where good ol’ Greetings From Mr. Bird got his birth certificate, which went on to win awards in AI 29 and CQ 17, and has also been cloned and hung on the walls of many homes now throughout the world as limited edition illustration art prints.

So many other illustrators that I admire have contributed work to the magazine over the years; several of whom are mentioned on Utne’s website. Since its inception in 1984, Utne Reader has relied on talented artists to create original images for stories that express powerful emotions, brilliant new ideas, and humorous storytelling. Browsing through back issues of Utne Reader is like a tour of “Who’s Who” in the illustration world. Artists like Gary Baseman, Brad Holland, Anita Kunz, Bill Plympton, and Seymour Chwast have graced our pages over the years, to name just a few.

My life as an illustrator is still in it’s infancy and I’m really grateful for the opportunities I’ve been given by people like Stephanie. It was only three years ago that I left an unfulfilling design-monkey desk job in the midwest with dreams of New York City and a desire to do something different. I had always really wanted to be a full-time illustrator. To get to wake up everyday and draw. No more clocking in and clocking out. No more Monday morning status meetings. Someone who actually gets paid to think—and draw—for a living... what a concept :)

Thanks again for supporting my dreams Stephanie, and for supporting so many other freelance illustrators in our community!


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Thursday, December 16, 2010

thepostercauseproject.com - Greetings From Mr. Bird

I recently teamed up with the Poster Cause Project. It is an online effort to sell and promote artwork by artists in a very limited form all while donating 50% of ALL profits to charities and organizations in need. The infamous GREETINGS FROM MR. BIRD was donated to use for their cause, which can be found here > thepostercauseproject.com

materials used: pen and ink, textures, and adobe photoshop. Buy photoshop here.


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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Did Kohl’s Ever Really Care?

It has been well over three months since the Kohl’s Cares Facebook competition ended. It was the competition where I teamed up with a very deserving neighborhood school, East Side Community High, to help raise awareness about their participation. School started shortly after the competition ended for ESCHS and things in my life went back to business as usual. Many of you who generously supported these kids continue to inquire about the final results, and unfortunately, there still are not any (that myself or ESCHS are aware of). Kohl’s has stayed very quiet and little is currently known as to what they are even doing. Many wonder if the whole competition was just some publicity scam for Kohl’s. One school has even gone as far as suing Kohl’s - Florida school suing over Kohl’s Cares contest. I can’t say I blame them for being a little upset. Many people devoted a lot of time, energy, and resources helping kids all over the United States participate in a contest with some pretty large promises made by Kohl’s. All of that has now vanished. Even the original contest page has been deleted by Kohl’s - http://apps.facebook.com/KohlsCares. Weird right? Funny too that part of that page forced you to “LIKE” the Kohl’s Facebook page in order to vote for a school; gaining Kohl’s millions of dollars worth of publicity when the voting ended. Then they quickly shut their doors with a smile, and have left all of the kids out in the cold; still dreaming about their chances of winning. Nice. Real nice.

There is some other news though (that I’m glad to share). I recently received an email from ESCHS and it looks like all of this has inspired them to march forward with or without the empty promises of Kohl’s. Here’s the letter I received from Mark Federman, the principle of East Side Community High School.

Dear Students, Families, Staff, Alumni, Neighbors and Friends of East Side:

Many of you supported East Side during the Kohl’s Cares contest and have been asking, What happened? Please continue reading to find out and to learn what East Side has decided to do about it and how you can help.

It is great to see the country finally talking about education, thanks to the new movie Waiting for Superman. In a country where public schools are often failing our most “at-risk” kids and families, East Side has been a beacon of light, demonstrating to the city and the country that public schools, if done right, can work for our students. Unfortunately, in these tough economic times it is becoming more and more difficult for East Side to provide our students with the much needed access to resources and experiences that broaden their interests, develop their talents and increase their cultural capital - things that many of their peers in wealthier districts or private schools often take for granted.

We hoped winning the Kohl’s Cares Facebook Contest would help us with these much-needed resources. (East Villager Article). It’s been 3 months since the Kohl’s contest ended and to our knowledge no formal winners have been announced, however several have been disqualified. East Side took great pride in making it to #26 and receiving more votes and support than any other urban public school in the entire country.

We may not have won the money, but we once again came together as a community to show the city, the country and the world what a special place East Side is. We are a community made up of incredible young people, exceptional families, extraordinary educators, loyal alumni and dear friends, old and new.

Many of you have been emailing, calling and asking, "What’s next?" and, "How can we help? We put our heads together and realized we came very close to winning the $500,000 and imagined the amazing and transformational possibilities $500,000 would do for the students of East Side: update our technology, maintain our arts and music programs, bring back our drama program, build a gym and expand our college readiness program. We decided WE MUST GET THE $500K ANYWAY!!!!!!

Therefore, East Side Community High School is launching our $500K Anyway campaign. We are committed to raise the half million dollars for our students by the end of the next school year (June 2012). We did not become one of the most successful urban schools in the country by waiting for Superman (or Kohl’s), we did it through incredible teachers and teaching, collaboration, innovation, hard and smart work, a belief in our kids and their families and most importantly, community.

Therefore, we ask you, our friends and community members, to join us and support our students by going to Friends of East Side - Support East Side Students to learn how you can help in your own little or big way. WE ARE NOT WAITING FOR SUPERMAN!



Mark Federman
Principal East Side Community High School

I definitely recommend checking out the ways to donate over at ESCHS, and if you have any other ideas definitely get in touch with them too. I also recommend heading over to Facebook and doing a quick dis-LIKE and letting Kohl’s know that it's not cool to mess with kids. Then if you feel even more compelled to hit the keyboard a little more with those human phalanges, give a few of these folks a shout and tell them how you feel...

Kevin Mansell - Chairman, President and CEO: Kevin.mansell@kohls.com
Donald A. Brennan – Senior Executive VP: Donald.a.brennan@kohls.com
John B. Worthington – Senior Executive VP: john.b.worthington@kohls.com
Julie Gardner – EVP and Chief Marketing Officer: Julie.gardner@kohls.com
Vicki Shamion – Vice President, Public Relations: (262) 703-1464 investor.relations@kohls.com
Steven Burd – Kohl's Board of Directors: directors@kohls.com
Brian F. Miller – Senior VP - Corporate Governance (262)703-1723: brian.f.miller@kohls.com
Media Relations - (262) 703-1335
Community Relations - (262) 703-7000
Wes McDonald - Chief Financial Officer (262) 703-1893

Thanks again to all of you who showed support to these kids back in August. I hope some of you can continue to show that through ESCHS’s new 500K Anyway Challenge too.

Happy Holidays to all!



Thursday, December 2, 2010

Editorial Illustration for 417 Magazine - Top Ten

Talk of the Town illustration editorial illustration for 417 Magazine. It went with a quick article on how Branson had been named a top ten vacation city by Fodors.

materials used: pen and ink, textures, and adobe photoshop.


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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Directory of Illustration Copies Available

Since I have a page in this years Directory of Illustration #27, I'm able to get a copy of the book sent out to you for free if you want one. You just need to be some type of creative director, art director, editor, art buyer, etc. in the U.S. that commissions illustrators at your company. I will need to provide them with your work mailing info and job title. Send me your work addy quick though so I can submit it to them by the 3rd. I have a few extras left over after sending to clients so it's first-come first-served.

Drop your coordinates at any of the locations below...or just leave it in the comments, I'll delete it after I've received it.

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Editorial Illustration for St. Louis Magazine - Best Docs Issue

These editorial illustrations were done for a couple of articles in the Best Docs issue of St. Louis Magazine. The top one was for an article on how to stay healthy as you get older; titled: Don’t Stop! How to keep doing everything you love—even when your joints are creaking and your back aches. The one below was for an article outlining how to keep tabs of your child's growth; titled: Baby Steps: A parent’s guide to tracking their children’s development—from birth through middle school.

materials used: pen and ink, textures, and adobe photoshop.


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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Editorial Illustration For Library Journal - Taming the eReader

This was an editorial illustration done recently for the cover of Library Journal. The issue was expanding on their recent ebook summit where they hosted their first-ever virtual summit on ebooks. It was an all-day think tank with sessions, commentary on ebooks, their future, how libraries have to deal with them, and what to expect. After speaking with the art director, conceptually we thought librarians trying to rope down an ebook (taking some inspiration from Gulliver's Travels) to represent the challenge libraries will have with getting some control over ebooks in the very near future would make for a compelling cover image. It was a fun cover illustration to work on and Kevin was great to work with over at Library Journal.

materials used: pen and ink, textures, and adobe photoshop.


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Monday, November 29, 2010

Editorial Illustration For 417 Magazine - Titan of the Triathlon

Talk of the Town editorial illustration for 417 Magazine. It went with a quick story about a local 417 guy who qualified for the world Ironman competition in Florida. The headline for the story was "Titan of the Triathlon."

materials used: pen and ink, textures, and adobe photoshop.


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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Sweet & Salty Greetings From RTD: Series 1

After many-many requests over the past couple years, Series 1 of the RTD Sweet & Salty greeting card line is finally here! So let's get to spreadin' some RTDs this holiday season!

Card size: A2 - 4.25 x 5.5 inches / 10.795 x 13.97 cm
Printed on 12pt cardstock.
Blank on the inside, so you can make it special for any occasion.
Comes with a paper envelope.
Packaged in a biodegradable cellophane sleeve.

- available online here -

Merry Christmas. Happy New Year. >> available here

Greetings From Mr. Bird >> available here

I Wish I Could've Hung Out Longer >> available here

Forgotten Memories >> available here

The Departure >> available here

Boombox Love >> available here

Fly Fishing >> available here

Waiting For A Believer >> available here

Dots Not Feathers Album design

Just finally got my hands on a copy of the Dots Not Feathers: A Thousand Novels album. These guys were great to work with and it was a real pleasure immersing my noggin in their sound for several days as I worked out concepts for the design.

As I was sketching out ideas during the concepting process I thought it would be really cool to connect the “dots” language visually with braille. Getting at the idea that you really do connect with and feel their music. Unfortunately the turnaround was superfast on this and we had very little time for printing, so embossing wasn't an option this go around, but it is on the radar for the next print run. So stay tuned!

Check these super talented humans out here >> Dots Not Feathers

materials used: royalty free clip art, textures, and adobe photoshop.


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Pamona College: Getting In To Google - Editorial Illustration

This was a full page illustration done recently for Pamona College. The story was about the hiring process at Google and the man in charge of that process, Laszlo Bock. He is the vice president of people operations at Google and Pamona alum. Bock is the guy who runs the intricate, data-intensive process by which Google picks its Googlers.

When Mark Kendall from the magazine contacted me they were looking for something fun and conceptual that portrays the idea of job-seekers trying to land gigs at Google. After having that discussion the battle to the search box felt like a natural direction to go.

materials used: pen and ink, textures, and adobe photoshop.


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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Editorial Illustration For Utne Reader: Retirement

This was an editorial illustration done recently for Utne Reader. The story was about how the retirement we've all been trained to envision in our future is obsolete. Everyone can pretty much count on having to tack on an extra five years of employment in order to survive. Unfortunately the end of the rainbow isn't quite where most are probably hoping it will be...

UPDATE: This editorial illustration was recently featured on the Utne Reader Illustrated Blog Series!

materials used: pen and ink, textures, and adobe photoshop. Buy photoshop here.


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Thursday, October 14, 2010

RTD at Crafts In Chelsea

RTD will be out again this Saturday. Hide the remote and get off your couch for the afternoon! Come talk to a street-load of creative humans that love to make cool stuff for you...details below. RTD will be at booth 121.

The {NewNew} partners with PS 11 to bring you CRAFTS IN CHELSEA III

WHEN: Saturday, October 16 from 9-5pm
WHERE: 21st street between 8th and 9th avenue

This event spotlights over 100 of the best local New York artists and craftspeople vending their own unique jewelry, pottery, clothing, fine art and other handmade goods. Visitors to the fair will enjoy the opportunity to converse with artists about their creative processes while shopping for one of a kind items.

This event is run in conjunction with PS 11's annual FALL FESTIVAL – an indoor event that includes food, arts and crafts, bouncy castles, games and a petting zoo for New York City children. Last year this event drew record crowds and helped to fund arts programs for the students of PS 11.


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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Christian Century Cover Illustration: Fall Books Guide

This was an editorial illustration cover done recently for Christian Century's Fall Books Guide. I love it when you get loosely themed assignments like this. The only thing they asked for was that it have something to do with books and have a fall/autumn feel to it.

materials used: pen and ink, textures, and adobe photoshop.


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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Wall Street Journal

This was a piece done for the WSJ, for an article on a new long-term care perk that may help defray personal costs called the CLASS Act (Community Living Assistance Services and Supports). It printed pretty small 1.75" x 2.5" - so it needed to be simple and easy to read. The turnaround was a little crazy too, and really forces you to think quickly and crank out ideas. Unfortunately some of the more conceptual sketches that were sent over first got the ax and the editor wanted something with a pile of moolah in it, which led to the final above...

materials used: pen and ink, textures, and adobe photoshop. Buy photoshop here.


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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Creative Quarterly 21 Winners

Yee-haw!!! RTD is back in Creative Quarterly again! Mustache On My Mind will be sittin' pretty in the illustration category of issue 21. A full list of all the other artists are below. Congratulations to all the winners and runner-ups too!

Prints available here!

* multiple winning entries

Illustration: Professional
Eleftheria Alexandri
Vlad Alvarez
Steve Brodner
Andy Robert Davies
Peter Diamond
Judith Drews
Michael Hirshon
Jesse Kuhn
Debbie Lee
Rene Milot
Tin Salamunic
Alice Wellinger*

Illustration: Student
Kidon Bae, Art Center College of Design
Alija Craycroft, California College of the Arts
Tara Jacoby, Fashion Institute of Technology
Sam Singh*, Ontario College of Art & Design
Joe Sparrow, Kingston University

Fine Art: Professional

Clay Bodvin
Joshua Chambers
Lanny DeVuono
Antoine Faddoul
Anita Kunz
Louise Laplante
Roberto Osti*
Wayne Roth
Jelena Sabova
Wonil Suh
Corey Waurechen

Fine Art: Student
Amanda Joseph, University of Saint Francis
Angela Young, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Arizona State University

Graphic Design: Professional

Matteo Bologna*, Mucca Deslgn Corp.
Caitlin Bauler
Calder Bateman Communications
Cooper Smith & Company
Ellen Bruss Design
KJ Kim
People Design
The O Group
Andy Wallman
Woodruff Sweitzer and Hammerpress
Nicole Ziegler, Nicole Ziegler Design

Graphic Design: Student

Crystal Chou, Academy of Art University
Elisa Fisher, Baylor University
Rebecca Flanders*, Tyler School of Art /Temple University
Nicole Gavrilles, Ringling College of Art & Design
Jiyun Ha, Art Center College of Design
Marcelo Hong, York University/Sheridan Institute
Eric Hu, Art Center College of Design
Elisa Vendramin, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
Xiao Wu, Art Center College of Design

Photography: Professional
Rohan Beal, Rohan Beal Photography
Yvonne Buchanan
Michael Cooper, Michael Cooper Photographic
Jens Honore
Amanda Morrow, Amanda Morrow Photography
Paul Saturley
Landon Speers
Paul D. Van Hoy II, Fotoimpressions

Photography: Student
Elisa Fisher, Baylor University
Marcelo Hong*, York University/Sheridan Institute
Nicolas Shake, Claremont Graduate University
Kate Sumpter, Kent State University

CQ20: Runners-Up
Runners-up will be displayed on the online Gallery Winter 2010.

Illustration: Professional: Runner Up
Jessica Angiulli
Mo Budinger
Sam Wolfe Connelly
Daniel Horowitz
Frazer Hudson*
Angela Keoghan
Anne Lück
Patrick J. McQuade
Doug Panton
Pierre-Paul Pariseau
Tin Salamunic
Oliver Weiss
Alice Wellinger
Katia Wish

Illustration: Student: Runner Up

Kidon Bae, Art Center College of Design
Hye Jin Chung, School of Visual Arts
Alija Craycroft, California College of the Arts
Jesse Fillingham, Art Center College of Design
Mari Itabashi, School of Visual Arts
John Kutlu, Tyler School of Art / Temple University
Kaley McKean, Ontario College of Art & Design
Roman Muradov, Academy of Art University
Rachel Pontious, School of Visual Arts

Fine Art: Professional: Runner Up
Lisa Adams, Diane Birdsall Gallery
Antoine Faddoul
Andrew Keim
Jonathan Levy
Carson Pritchard, Carson Pritchard Design
Jelena Sabova
Serafima Sokolov
Kerstin Stephan*
Marius Valdes, Zoo Valdes

Fine Art: Student: Runner Up
Kathryn Blaine
Carly Drew, Converse College
Karl Holzenthal, Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts
David Knox, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lisa Perrin, SUNY New Paltz
Nicolas Shake, Claremont Graduate University
Hanna Kozlowski Slone, Clemson University
Lindsay Smith, Grand Valley State University

Graphic Design: Professional: Runner Up
Martin French
Jason Heuer
Jeff LaBarre
Jessica Ring, The Garden
The O Group
Dan Schunk
Fleishman Hillard*
Mark Todd*, wormfarm
Marius Valdes, Zoo Valdes

Graphic Design: Student: Runner Up
Hyejung Bae, Art Center College of Design
Yerina Cha, Art Center College of Design
Qiming Kiki Chen, Cal Poly Pomona
Laine Cherashore, Tyler School of Art/Temple University
Crystal Chou, Academy of Art University
Rinat De Picciotto, Emily Carr University of Art & Design
Katie Field, Tyler School of Art
Simon Fong, University of Baltimore
Simon Fong, University of Baltimore
Marcelo Hong, York University/Sheridan Institute
Frank Lionetti, Art Center College of Design
Megan Murray*, Tyler School of Art/Temple University
Kaycee Ng, York University / Sheridan College
Mark Sposato, Tyler School of Art
Francesca Staffieri*, Tyler School of Art/Temple University
Roy Tatum, Art Center College of Design
Winnie Yuen, Art Center College of Design

Photography: Professional: Runner Up
Rohan Beal, Rohan Beal Photography
Wendy Calman
Mary Shannon Johnstone
Renee Kalmar, Tulino Design Group, Inc.
Stephanie Potter
Tin Salamunic
Philipp Striebe, EXPOSED Philipp Striebe Photography
Ching Yee Tan
Paul D. Van Hoy II, Fotoimpressions

Photography: Student: Runner Up

Jinkyun Ahn, Royal College of Art
Yael Nov, University of Washington
Alejandra Reyes, Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design
Sophie Schwartz, Laurel School
Lorraine Turi, University of North Carolina, Charlotte


check out my freelance illustration portfolio at rawtoastdesign.com

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

ADC 90th Cube Project

The Art Directors Club sent out a call for entries last month and provided a cube template for this years Cube Project and Exhibition. It was up to the artist to fill in the rest. This was my submission... The Unicube.

Come check out all the cube submissions at the 90th Cube Project Exhibition & Party on the 21st...details from the ADC below.

Help us kick off the 90th Annual Awards Competition! Come to our first event of the fall and our FIRST EVER Call For Entries launch party for the Annual Awards!

ADC provided you with the template and submissions rolled in for the 90th Cube Project & Exhibition. The show is being printed and installed at the ADC gallery right now! Every submission will also be featured in an online gallery on our awards site, so stay tuned. . .

Ultimately, 5 DESIGNS will be chosen by the ADC to be part of the printed Call, mailed in October when our awards registration site opens.

ADC Gallery
Tuesday, Sept. 21st
Snacks, wine and beer
RSVP here


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