March 28, 2014
As part of his ongoing work with Polish magazine, DF, Michal Dziekan illustrated 2 articles: One on Polish devils and the other on thieving spies.
March 26, 2014
March 24, 2014
In his most recent contribution to Vanity Fair, Paul Cox illustrated an excerpt from "Jeeves and the Wedding Bells", an homage to PG Wodehouse's famous series.
Take a look at his previous illustration for VF here.
March 19, 2014
Dongyun Lee made several versions of a sugar skull representing Mexico's drug cartel's use of technology for Popular Science. This one made the cut.
March 13, 2014
This colorful illustration by Dongyun Lee was featured in the Washington Post alongside an article about Magical Mystery Tours. Turns out, they tailor make a tour for you based on a questionnaire you fill out... but the kicker is, they keep the destination a mystery until the day before you leave.
The United States Postal Service just announced the release of their new Jimi Hendrix commemorative stamp today illustrated by none other than our own Rudy Gutierrez! USA Today approved.
Get it here.
From the official Press Release:
The new limited-edition Jimi Hendrix stamp, designed by artist Rudy Gutierrez, features a vibrant, colorful design fashioned to evoke the movement and rhythm of the late singer and pay homage to the psychedelic rock era of the 1960s.
The stamp pane, designed to resemble a vintage 45 rpm record sleeve, features a painting of Hendrix’s face surrounded by colorful swirls and small icons that reference song lyrics or aspects of Hendrix’s life. The various icons include flowers, a guitar, a mermaid and a butterfly. The stamp art shows Hendrix in performance, wearing one of his trademark vintage military jackets and playing one of his beloved white Fender Stratocaster guitars.
March 12, 2014