Irancartoon FIRST INFORMATION CENTER OF IRANIAN CARTOONISTS ON THE WEBendailyslide showcontestsexhibitionsanimationresultsBest WorksnewsinterviewThu, 23 Feb 2017 14:46:59 +0330Gallery of Cartoons by Massoud Shojai Tabatabai - Iran<div>Gallery of Cartoons by Massoud Shojai Tabatabai - Iran</div> <div></div> <div><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></div> <div></div> <div><img src="/static/media/uploads/shojai3/Massoud%20Shojai%20Tabatabai%20(47).jpg" border="0" width="800" height="800" /></div>Website AdminThu, 23 Feb 2017 14:46:59 +0330 of illustrations by Adam Niklewicz - Poland<div> <p>Adam Niklewicz is a Polish born artist, and a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis. <br />His work has been recognized by numerous annuals of The Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, The Society of Publication Designers, The Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles, Communication Arts, Idea Magazine (Tokyo, Japan), Print Magazine.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> </div>Website AdminThu, 23 Feb 2017 12:45:03 +0330 Of Caricatures by Iranian &amp; Foreign Artists<div>Gallery Of Caricatures by Iranian&amp; Foreign Artists</div> <div></div> <div><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></div>Website AdminThu, 23 Feb 2017 12:04:54 +0330 of illustrations by David Plunkert - USA<div> <p>David Plunkert's illustrations have appeared in advertising campaigns for Fortune 500 companies as well as major newspapers, magazines, and recording labels. <br />His work has been recognized by American Illustration, Communication Arts, Graphis, Print, the Society of Illustrators, and The New York Art Directors&rsquo; Club. He has been featured in numerous books including: Cool Type, New Masters of Poster Design, The Greatest Rock Albums that Never Were, Mixing Messages, Typography Sketchbooks, 1,000 Indie Posters, and Visualizing Finance 1.0. <br />He has taught graphic design and illustration at Shepherd College and Maryland Institute College of Art in addition to lecturing for AIGA Chapters throughout the US. His work has been collected by museums and private collectors, and has been exhibited internationally. <br />He has received gold medals from the Society of Illustrators NY and the Best Film Poster Award at the South by Southwest Festival (SXSW). <br />He and Joyce Hesselberth co-founded Spur Design in 1995. He was inducted into the Alliance Graphique Internationale in 2011.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> </div>Website AdminThu, 23 Feb 2017 12:01:05 +0330 of illustrations by Brian Stauffer - USA<div> <p>Brian Stauffer (born May 20, 1966 in Prescott, Arizona) is an American artist, and illustrator.<br />Stauffer is recognized for the concept-driven approach to the topics he illustrates. The artist begins works with hand drawn sketches, then incorporates painted elements and scanned found objects. The final works are digital, but often the hand drawn elements remain as part of the finished works.<br />Stauffer was born in Prescott, Arizona, and attended Prescott High School. Early memories of the artist were that his parents would take him along when they did volunteer work at drug rehab centers and inner-city preschools. Both parents were fine artists.<br />Stauffer attended Yavapai College as a music major, and during the artists second year Stauffer discovered his passion for the graphic arts; a discovery he credits to Yavapai instructor and color theorist Dr. Glen Peterson Stauffer went on to attend The University of Arizona where he received a BFA in 1989.<br />Before taking on illustration as a full-time career, the artist worked as an art director at New Times in Phoenix, The Miami New Times, and for Starmedia. While working at The Miami New Times, Stauffer sent a few of his illustration samples to Fred Woodward at Rolling Stone magazine who, with Gail Anderson, gave him his first freelance assignment for a movie review.<br />The artist cites the work of John Heartfield, who was a pioneer in the use of art as a political weapon, as being a major influence. Stauffer also credits Alexander Calder with inspiring his own personal work ethic.<br />Stauffer gained wide recognition early in his illustration career for his November 13, 2000 cover for The Nation, titled Alfred E. Bush, which depicted President George W. Bush as Alfred E. Neuman, the fictitious mascot and cover boy of Mad Magazine. In 2005, the cover would be selected by the American Society of Magazine Editors as number 23 of the top 40 magazine covers in the last 40 years.<br />The artist has been featured as a cover illustrator for magazines such as The New Yorker, The Nation, and Worth Magazine. In 2010, the Society of Publication Designers recognized the work of design director Dean Sebring and Stauffer for their Worth Magazine covers. Writing for SPD, Robert Newman said that the artists cover art was the "signature look of the magazine".<br />Stauffer is also recognized for his contributions to smaller, alternative publications such as his award winning work for SF Weekly, and cover illustrations for the Dallas Observer, Seattle Weekly and others.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> </div>Website AdminThu, 23 Feb 2017 09:54:03 +0330 of illustrations by Dan Bejar - USA<div> <p>Dan Bejar is an award winning freelance illustrator/artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. <br />His images have appeared in magazines, advertising campaigns, books, newspapers, and posters around the globe for clients such as The New York Times, TIME Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Esquire and Rollingstone to name a few.<br />Bejar's unique approach to conceptual image making has been awarded and recognized in award annuals such as American Illustration, Communication Arts, 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide 2016/17, 3x3, Society of Illustrators, Society of Illustrators (LA), The Society of Publication Designers, and Print's Regional Design Annual. Bejar has won silver medals from The Society of Illustrators (NYC) and The Society of Publication Designer's.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> </div>Website AdminWed, 22 Feb 2017 16:59:19 +0330 of Cartoon &amp; Caricatures by Wesley Bedrosian - USA<div> <p>Wesley Bedrosian&rsquo;s work has appeared in numerous publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, Scientific American, Vanity Fair, New York and The Hollywood Reporter.<br />Wesley Bedrosian received his BFA in Graphic Design from Kent State University. After a 5-year stint in corporate America as a house artist for American Greetings, Wes went to New York City where he received his MFA from the School of Visual Arts&rsquo; Illustration as Visual Essay Program. <br />In addition to his work as an Illustrator, Wes has worked as a freelance Art Director for the New York Times Op-Ed Page and Book Review. He has also taught and lectured at The School of Visual Arts, Pratt, Parsons School of Design, and Montclair State University.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> </div>Website AdminWed, 22 Feb 2017 15:34:39 +0330 of illustrations by Michael Morgenstern - USA<div> <p>For twenty years I have been creating original art for magazines, book covers, ipad features and private collections. <br />I collage and paint digitally when I illustrate, and use various graphic techniques in my work. I&rsquo;ve been fortunate to receive recognition and awards in my industry. <br />I illustrate each week for The Economist Magazine's Banyan column, along with other commissioned projects.<br />You may purchase limited edition and open edition prints of my fine art online at my store.<br />My path to becoming a visual artist was not the usual one. <br />I had recently graduated from The Newhouse School of Communications with a degree in Communications, majoring in Film, and had hoped to start my career doing cinematography and film editing. <br />There was a small medical concern I had to take care of first, some pain I was experiencing in my right arm. When I visited the doctor, x-rays revealed that I had a life-threatening tumor in my upper arm. <br />I was told that in order to save my life I would have to lose my dominant right arm and hand. <br />I began making visual art as an exercise to gain dexterity in my left hand. <br />I would cut photographs from newspapers, first with scissors and then later with an exacto knife, and paste them into compositions. <br />It was slow going at first, but after a while I was able to manipulate my hand fairly well. My images were black and white, surrealistic personal expressions and narratives. <br />I called them &ldquo;knife paintings&rdquo;. I experimented with high contrast prints of my montages, and fell in love with the results. <br />At the time I was living in New York City. Manhattan was a hub of creativity, and a very open and forgiving place. You could have four arms and generally not attract that much attention. But now and again somebody would step out of the crowd or hop off a bike and come over to tell their story. I heard war stories, shark stories, stories about tragic accidents. Strangers would lift up their shirts to show me their scars. The city was a good place to heal, a fascinating place to experience life and art. <br />I earned a Master&rsquo;s degree in English education at New York University. <br />I became a teacher and taught English at LaGuardia High School for the Arts (the &ldquo;Fame&rdquo; school) and at Stuyvesant High School. For five years I taught literature and creative writing to many talented and enthusiastic students. <br />I was offered tenure at Stuyvesant. But I was aching to make art full time. My eyes would get lost in the beautiful forms and textures of the city streets, the colors of rusting metal, the lines of fossilized bottle caps and plastic spoons and debris embedded in the black pavement. <br />The literature that we would discuss in the classroom weighed heavily on my visual imagination, begging to be illustrated.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> <p><img src="/static/media/uploads/shojai3/Michael%20Morgenstern%20-%20USA%2011111.jpg" border="0" width="500" height="500" /></p> </div>Website AdminWed, 22 Feb 2017 14:05:34 +0330 of Caricatures by James Fryer - USA<div> <p>After a long and successful career in Hollywood as a fixture in 50's era B movies, Dale moved on to an equally rewarding life in the illustration business.<br />Among his clients are such notable and esteemed publications as Rolling Stone, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, The Wall Street Journal, Mad magazine and many many more.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> </div>Website AdminWed, 22 Feb 2017 12:51:07 +0330 of illustrations by Paul Lachine - Canada<div> <p>Paul Lachine is a Canadian artist, graphic designer, cartoonist and illustrator. <br />Lachine began his career in the late 1980s as a freelance political cartoonist for the London Free Press. <br />In the late 1990s Lachine joined the Philadelphia-based editorial news art company, from which he developed a global clientele. <br />Lachine's work has appeared regularly in many of the world's leading publications, including Popular Science Magazine, The Writer's Chronicle, The Wall Street Journal, Lawyer's Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, The Toronto Star, and many titles across Europe and Asia. <br />He is a winner of a Society of News Design Award for Illustration and has won multiple OCNA awards for his political cartoons.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> <p><img src="/static/media/uploads/shojai3/Paul%20Lachine%20-%20Canada%201111.jpg" border="0" width="500" height="500" /></p> </div>Website AdminWed, 22 Feb 2017 11:35:34 +0330 of illustrations by Maurizio Quarello - Italy<div> <p>Maurizio Quarello was born in 1974 in Turin. <br />He studied graphic design, architecture and illustration in his native town and, on completing his studies he specialized and began working as illustrator in 2004, the crucial year of the Prix des Mediateurs Figures Futur at Salon du Livre de Montreuil and other three prizes gained at national illustration contests.<br />His first picture book, entitled "Babau cerca casa" came out in 2005 by Orecchio Acerbo and was awarded in Italy with Primo Voto as the best picture book of the year. Since then he has published about 40 books, in 21 countries of 5 continents, with <br />His books have received numerous awards in Italy, France, Spain, Belgium, Sweden and in Germany.<br />In 2012 he was assigned with the Premio Andersen Award as best italian illustrator, received Llibreter award in Spain and Libbylit in Belgium, in 2013 with the following awards: Prix Litt&eacute;raire des Ecoliers, XI Prix Je lis J'elis, XV Premio Nazionale un Libro per l'Ambiente and Prix 2013 du Mouvement pour les Villages d'Enfants, in 2014 with the IBBY Silverstar in Sweden, Premio Orbil and Premio Fondazione Cassa di Cento in Italy, in 2015 with the Premio Laura Orvieto, 1st prize in Italy.<br />He has shown his work at solo exhibits at Centro Galego de Arte Contempor&aacute;nea CGAC of Santiago de Compostela and at Museo Luzzati of Genova, at gallery Tricromia of Rome, in Bologna and Venezia, at the gallery La Fianc&eacute;e du pirate of Toulon and in other French cities like Toulouse, Pantin, Cognac, Aubervilliers, Saint-Priest, Marcinelle in Belgium. He has taken part in numerous group exhibits (in over 15 countries), among them he likes to mention Mostra degli Illustratori at the Children's Book Fair of Bologna (Italy) in the years 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008, Le Immagini della Fantasia of S&agrave;rmede (Italy) in the years 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012 and 2014, Im Reich der Phantasie (Germany) in 2010, La vie de ch&acirc;teau at Salon du Livre de Montreuil (France) in 2010 and Illustrarte (Portugal) in 2007.<br />His illustrations were selected for the Bratislava Illustration Biennale BIB of Bratislava in the years 2007, 2013 and 2015.<br />He worked for clients like Lufthansa, Wall Street Journal and Bilan.<br />From 2007, he run illustration courses and workshops for children and adults and, in 2011 he began working as illustration teacher at Academy of Fine Arts in Macerata.<br />He lives in Treia near Macerata (Italy).</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> <p><img src="/static/media/uploads/shojai3/Maurizio%20Quarello%20-%20Italy%201111%20(2).jpg" border="0" width="800" height="603" /></p> <p>Maurizio Quarello - Italy</p> <p><img src="/static/media/uploads/shojai3/Maurizio%20Quarello%20-%20Italy%201111%20(1).jpg" border="0" width="800" height="581" /></p> </div>Website AdminTue, 21 Feb 2017 15:05:50 +0330 of illustrations by Beppe Giacobbe - Italy<div> <p>Beppe Giacobbe graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and then continued his studies in New York at the School of Visual Arts. <br />Although eventually returning to Milan, Beppe&rsquo;s palette reflects the lights of his beloved homeland of Sicily.<br />Beppe&rsquo;s work is regularly winning awards in all the major U.S. and Italian annuals. Beppe is especially pleased that his work has been included in United Airlines&rsquo; illustrated campaigns; his imagery has regularly been on Travelsmith catalog covers; and his award winning graphic author portraits are covers for Rizzoli&rsquo;s classics.<br />Beppe also loves illustrating children&rsquo;s books, like &ldquo;Clang! Clang! Beep! Beep!&rdquo; which was published by Simon &amp; Schuster. The first monograph on his work, &ldquo;Visionary Dictionary&rdquo; a collection of over 250 illustrations, subdivided into key topics, was published by Lazy Dog Press in 2013.<br />Aside from illustrating, Beppe enjoyed 12 years of teaching at the European Institute of Design and always makes time for sculpting from knick-knacks and pieces of wood he finds along his walks.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> </div>Website AdminTue, 21 Feb 2017 14:22:50 +0330 of Cartoons by Chris van Es - Netherlands<div> <p>Chris van Es is an award winning illustrator who was born in the Netherlands in the late 1950s and moved to Canada when he was sixteen. <br />After misguidedly spending two years studying premed he traveled widely for a number of years during which he discovered that he liked to draw. <br />He graduated from the illustration program at Sheridan College in the late eighties and currently lives in Port Hope, Ontario. <br />His work has appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> <p><img src="/static/media/uploads/shojai3/Chris%20van%20Es%20-%20Netherlands%20(26).jpg" border="0" width="500" height="500" /></p> </div>Website AdminTue, 21 Feb 2017 13:12:56 +0330 of illustrations by Carlo Giambarresi - Spain<div> <p>I am a self taught artist, I've been living between Spain and Sardinia my beautiful homeland. <br />I have completed two professional courses in illustration at the IDEP Institute of Design and later at the Escola Massana, both in Barcelona.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> </div>Website AdminTue, 21 Feb 2017 12:23:36 +0330 Gallery of illustrations by Dean Rohrer - USA<div> <p>Once upon a time Dean Rohrer drew for the Lampoon and studied Art History at Harvard. <br />Over the years his work has appeared in a range of magazines, newspapers, books, ads, cards and card sets, posters, CD covers, comic books, etc.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> </div>Website AdminTue, 21 Feb 2017 11:02:57 +0330 of illustrations by Keith Negley - USA<div> <p>Keith's work has appeared on book covers, children's books, t-shirts, album covers, posters, skateboard decks, and watches, and he is a frequent contributor to The New York Times and New Yorker as well as many other national magazines and newspapers. <br />He received his BFA from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design in 2000, and his MFA from The School of Visual Arts in New York City in 2013. <br />Recent awards and accolades include a gold medal from the Society of Illustrators in 2015, recognition from American Illustration, and highlighted in the New York Times "Best of OpEd Art". <br />His debut children's book Tough Guys (Have Feelings Too) published by Flying Eye Books has received glowing reviews from critics and is available wherever books are sold. <br />Keith also taught as an adjunct professor at Emily Carr University in Vancouver BC, and resides in the mountains of Bellingham Washington surrounded by giant spiders with his wife and 8-year-old hellspawn.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> </div>Website AdminMon, 20 Feb 2017 16:45:03 +0330 of Cartoons by James Fryer - USA<div>Gallery of Cartoons by James Fryer - USA</div> <div></div> <div><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></div>Website AdminMon, 20 Feb 2017 15:13:06 +0330 of illustrations by Rob Dobi - USA<div>Gallery of illustrations by Rob Dobi - USA&nbsp;</div> <div></div> <div><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></div> <div></div> <div><img src="/static/media/uploads/shojai3/Rob%20Dobi%20-%20USA%2011111.jpg" border="0" width="500" height="500" /></div>Website AdminMon, 20 Feb 2017 14:37:16 +0330 of illustrations by Alex Nabaum - USA<div> <p>Alex Nabaum grew up in Colorado, but currently skis in Utah with his many ninos. <br />He has worked as a KFC fry cook, grocery bagger, library shelver, running treadmill tester, caricature artist, t-shirt designer, newspaper staff artist, and for the last 15 years as a freelance illustrator.<br />TIME, Newsweek, WIRED, New York Times, ESPN, Deloitte, RollingStone, Wall Street Journal, BloombergBusinessweek, Forbes, Plansponsor, Oprah, Audubon, AARP, Boston Globe, Harvard, LA Times, Microsoft, Fortune, Stanford, Leo Burnett, Runners World, Willmington Trust, Reader's Digest, Wieden + Kennedy, Yale, Washington Post...<br />Communication Arts, American Illustration, Society of Illustrators NY, Gold - Society of Illustrators LA, Gold - 3x3 ProShow, Altpick Awards 1st place, PRINT Regional Design Annual, Taschen, Graphis Poster Annual, Silver - Society of News Design, SPD Spots, Silver - CASE</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> </div>Website AdminMon, 20 Feb 2017 13:10:22 +0330 of illustrations by Dennis Wunsch - USA<div> <div>Dennis Wunsch is an award-winning illustrator and designer whose work has been featured in books, magazines and advertising.&nbsp;</div> <div>After receiving his Fine Art degree, he started his illustration career drawing Scooby-Doo and Super Friends for Hanna-Barbera Cartoons.&nbsp;</div> <div>He then switched gears and spent over two decades at several advertising/marketing firms as art director/creative director, developing his skills while learning from many well-known illustrators.</div> <div>Dennis is currently Creative Director for Scotsman Guide Media, and monthly contributor of editorial illustrations.&nbsp;</div> <div>He also works on additional illustration projects, fine art and has recently begun creating children's book illustrations.</div> <div>Dennis enjoys spending time with his wife and not-so-small herd of rescued dogs and cats, while also being a foster parent/volunteer for a no-kill animal shelter just outside Seattle, Washington.</div> </div> <div></div> <div><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></div>Website AdminSun, 19 Feb 2017 17:35:20 +0330 of illustrations by Ken Orvidas - USA<div> <p>My career began as an advertising art director. <br />It was my privilege to have worked at some of the most creative agencies on the West Coast. It was then that I learned and honed my conceptual skills. <br />During the mid to late 80's I was a freelance art director and illustrator in San Francisco. <br />Then the recession hit. I went dry for almost a full year. One day I got a call from a heavy hitter head hunter familiar to AD's and copywriters in SF and LA who encouraged me to look into a Creative Director position at a hot, young corporation in the Seattle area. <br />I had never worked for a corporation before and wasn't too taken with the idea. But remember that pesky recession? To make a long story short, I was hired by Microsoft to be their worldwide Creative Director. <br />Sounds big doesn't it? It was big. It was daunting. I went from a business of one (me) to supervising a 70 person creative department that cranked out over 3,500 corporate communications per year. After three years of 10-12 hour days I left Microsoft burned out with the full summer ahead of me and with thoughts about what to do next. Our house and my studio sits on just less than an acre and a half east of Seattle. <br />A good portion of the land is under garden which we had begun planting when we moved to the area three years previous. For the entire summer I worked in our gardens full time while pondering the next move. <br />For starters, I decided to get into the strategy of branding through communications. So, I ran my own brand management business and consulted with some well and not so well known tech companies.<br />For one year I closed my door and experimented with hand drawn and painted elements, scanned textures and manipulation within Photoshop until I was happy with my tone and style. Fortunately, art directors and designers liked what they saw. Good commissions steadily grew and I have been a freelance conceptual illustrator ever since. Aside from commissions, my work is available through re-licensing and limited edition prints. <br />For the past few years I was the chair of the advisory board for the multi-media curriculum at Lake Washington Institute of Technology. <br />Additionally, about two to three times a year I am invited to lecture to students and attending faculty of the institute about the ins and outs of illustration. <br />It's fun for me to listen to student questions as they entertain illustration as a career. I would enjoy doing the same at other schools. So, if you have an interest please shoot me an email.<br />Sans travel, commuting and distraction, everyday, our two big, black dogs Hugo and Coco faithfully take the trek with me to the studio with the command, "Let's go to work!". <br />Their idea of work is to sleep and dream of chasing squirrels and our two cats. My idea of work is create the smartest, most aesthetic imagery I can conjure while enjoying the view and considering myself to be pretty lucky</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> </div>Website AdminSun, 19 Feb 2017 16:59:18 +0330 of Cartoons by Jon Krause - USA<div> <p>An ironic heart beats beneath the calm, flat surface of Philadelphia illustrator Jon Krause&rsquo;s art. <br />The 39-year-old illustrator likes to work old-school. He generally eschews social media and many of the current technological gadgets that most are addicted to, preferring the analog world. <br />It must be working for him because he keeps garnering awards and because he&rsquo;s still busy after fifteen years in the business. <br />Though he does tend to worry during the occasional downtime, he says, &ldquo;Those feelings get balanced by the two-week periods when you have so much work that you don&rsquo;t really leave the studio, see the sun, or socialize on an acceptable or necessary human level.&rdquo;<br />He excels at clever takes on financial, medical and educa&shy;tional topics for a wide range of clients, including Deloitte, AbelsonTaylor and Hill Holliday and publications such as TIME, the Atlantic, the New York Times Book Review and Playboy. His work has repeatedly received awards from all of the major illustration annuals.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> <p><img src="/static/media/uploads/shojai3/Jon%20Krause%20-%20USA%2011111.jpg" border="0" width="500" height="487" /></p> </div>Website AdminSun, 19 Feb 2017 15:53:24 +0330 of illustrations by Tim O Brien - USA<div> <p>Tim O Brien is an illustrator and portrait painter whose intricately detailed and imaginative illustrations have been published most notably in TIME Magazine as well as Der Spiegel, Smithsonian Magazine, GQ, Rolling Stone, Nautilus Magazine, Newsweek, TV Guide, The Atlantic Monthly, Business Week, Entertainment Weekly, Esquire, PlanSponsor, National Geographic, Playboy, New York Magazine, The New York Times, Reader&rsquo;s Digest, Avon Books, Dial, Harper Collins, Penguin, Times Books, Scholastic, Simon &amp; Schuster, TOR, Viking, Warner, and many others. <br />Tim has designed several US Postage Stamps. Tim has received multiple awards and recognitions from the Society of Illustrators in New York and Los Angeles, Graphis, Print, Communication Arts Magazine, the Society of Publication Designers, American Illustration, and the Art Directors Club. <br />Tim has over a dozen paintings in the collection of the National Gallery, Washington, DC., and is a winner of the prestigious Hamilton King Award from the Society of Illustrators. <br />Tim O Brien is the president of the Society of Illustrators, New York City. His numerous speaking engagements include The United Nations, The Norman Rockwell Museum, The Society of Illustrators, Syracuse University, School of Visual Arts, Pratt, Rhode Island School of Design, California College of the Arts, and the University of the Arts. Tim is a professor at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, and lectures frequently across the country. <br />If you would like Tim to visit your school or organization, contact Tim via the contact page. <br />Tim lives in Prospect Park South in Brooklyn New York with his wife, Creative Director at Scholastic, Elizabeth Parisi, and their wonderful son, Cassius.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> <p><img src="/static/media/uploads/shojai3/Tim%20O%20Brien%20-%20USA%20(45).jpg" border="0" width="800" height="1002" /></p> </div>Website AdminSun, 19 Feb 2017 13:13:41 +0330 of illustrations by Brucie Rosch - Canada<div>Gallery of illustrations by Brucie Rosch - Canada</div> <div></div> <div><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></div>Website AdminSun, 19 Feb 2017 12:31:13 +0330 of illustrations by Davide Bonazzi - Italy<div> <p>Davide Bonazzi has been working as freelance illustrator for clients worldwide including major publishers, advertisers, institutions and animation studios.<br />Born and raised in Bologna, Italy, first earning a degree at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Bologna, he also studied Illustration in Milan at IED - European Institute of Design and at the Academy of Fine Arts of Bologna.<br />His style combines digital and mixed media with textures of scanned found objects, in order to give his bold conceptual illustrations a warm and evocative atmosphere.<br />His work has been recognized by The Society of Illustrators of New York and Los Angeles,<br />Communication Arts, American Illustration, 3x3 Magazine, Creative Quarterly Journal.<br />He has been recently featured in ?L&uuml;rzer's Archive 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide 2016/17.<br />Selected exhibitions include the World Illustration Awards 2016 at Somerset House in London, Italianism - 50x50x50 in Rome, Europe of Rights at the European Parliament of Brussels.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> <p><img src="/static/media/uploads/shojai3/Davide%20Bonazzi%20-%20Italy%201111.jpg" border="0" width="500" height="500" /></p> </div>Website AdminSat, 18 Feb 2017 14:44:09 +0330 of Cartoons by Marco Melgrati - Italy<div> <p>Marco Melgrati born in 1984 in Milan. <br />In 2006 he graduated at Santa Giulia School of fine arts. <br />He starts to work as a freelance illustrator in 2008. <br />Client Srategy+business Colmar Wear Kawaii Studio Variety Magazine SkyView Outside Magazine Siempre Mujer Magazine Phopshot Magazine Boston Globe Jellyfish Cross Media Advertising Tec Review Modern Philosophy Marie Claire</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> </div>Website AdminSat, 18 Feb 2017 13:33:26 +0330 of illustrations by Benedetto Cristofani - Italy<div> <p>I was born in Siena on the 25th April 1983. <br />I live in Florence When I was a child I used to draw with coloured markers. <br />In 2006 I graduated in Illustration at the European Institute of Design in Milan. <br />I have been working for communication agencies since 2007. <br />I work as a freelance illustrator too. My work has been recognized and exhibited by Autori di Immagini, Communication Arts, 3&times;3 Magazine and The New York Society of Illustrators.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> </div>Website AdminSat, 18 Feb 2017 12:38:02 +0330 of illustrations by Joey Guidone - Italy<div> <p>I was born in 1985 at the foot of Italian Alps, where I currently live and work. <br />I studied illustration at the Istituto Europeo di Design of Turin and Mimaster in Milan. <br />I was selected by the Society of Illustrators of New York for Illustrators 57 and included in the winner&rsquo;s list of CQ42 and CQ43 of the Creative Quarterly Journal competition. <br />I got a Mention Award at the 3X3 Show No.13 My clients include both US and European publishers and corporations.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p> <p><img src="/static/media/uploads/shojai3/Joey%20Guidone%20-%20Italy%201111.jpg" border="0" width="800" height="800" /></p> </div>Website AdminSat, 18 Feb 2017 11:42:37 +0330 of illustrations by Federico Gastaldi - Italy<p>Federico Gastaldi is a 25 years old Alessandria based illustrator. <br />In 2013 he graduated from the IED of Turin (European Design Institute) with a BA in illustration. <br />In the same year he won second place in the competition "Previsioni del Tempo", the contest of the Italian Illustrators Association (Associazione Autori di Immagini) that rewards the best emerging talents.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></p>Website AdminSat, 18 Feb 2017 10:34:35 +0330 of illustrations by Oli Winward - UK<div>Gallery of illustrations by Oli Winward - UK</div> <div></div> <div><a href="" target="_blank">Gallery</a></div>Website AdminThu, 16 Feb 2017 14:33:48 +0330