June 7, 2014 through October 26, 2014 Many noted American modernists have successfully traversed the worlds of fine art and illustration, embracing innovation while satisfying in unique and personal ways the needs and wants of a broad popular audience. The Unknown Hopper: Edward Hopper as ...
Cloud Illustrator's insight:
The article contains a video showing Hopper's early work as an illustrator.
BBC News Image-a-day illustrator Juan Moore passes 'milestone' BBC News A Manx illustrator who has taken on the task of creating a new online artwork every day for a year has passed the half-way stage of his project.
Gus & Me: The Story of My Granddad and My First Guitar [Keith Richards, Theodora Richards] Long before there was a band, there was a boy: a young Keith Richards, who was introduced to the joy of music through his beloved granddad
Cloud Illustrator's insight:
Amazon.com links to Keef reading the audio book version. The illustrations are by his daughter Theodora Richards.
Creative Review (blog) Illustrator Mac Conner interviewed for New York show Creative Review (blog) An exhibition opens today at the Museum of the City of New York dedicated to the work of US illustrator, McCauley 'Mac' Conner, whose work helped...
A brand new graphic novella by the award-winning cartoonist Chris Ware, tracing the lives of six individuals from Sandy Port, Michigan, published in weekly episodes. A new instalment will appear on this page every Saturday.
Mary Engelbreit's Ferguson illustration draws controversy STLtoday.com (blog) The turmoil over Ferguson has touched even the chubby-cheeked children drawn by St. Louis artist and author Mary Engelbreit.
Most Anticipated: The Great Second-Half 2014 Book Preview The Millions cover Last Stories and Other Stories by William T. Vollmann: Vollmann has over 30 years and damn near as many books earned a reputation as a wildly prolific novelist.
Wordless panorama depicting the battle of the Somme goes up on wall of Montparnasse station In pictures: Joe Sacco's The Great War Joe Sacco: 'Trench warfare shocked me even as a kid'Joe Sacco's epic, 24-ft-long depiction of the first day of the...
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