Award winning, Jean Tuttle, created these graphic and cleverly conceptualized illustrations for the Wall Street Journal article titled “The Psychology of Clutter”. What a great assignment, and we love the final result! Way to go again, Jean!
Huge congrats to Karen Greenberg, whose art is featured in this year’s Wall Street Journal‘s “Holiday Guide for Books”!
Here is what Karen had to say about the project:
“I was recently commissioned by The Wall Street Journal to illustrate their “Holiday Gift Guide for Books.” The project consisted of a full page cover illustration, interior “What to Give” banners and eleven smaller illustrations (one per author). Each of the author illustrations (i.e. Art, Food, Science, etc.) required an iconographic element and hand lettering, so I created a hand lettered font and a library of icons to choose from. The super tight deadline served as a plus. I often find that working under that sort of pressure results in a very spontaneous experience. I am thankful that my portfolios on Workbook led me to this wonderful commission!”
Not only does Michael Sloan have oodles of talent, but he stays busy! In addition to exhibiting his original paintings depicting Hong Kong street scenes, he has created a multitude of other works of art for a variety of commercial assignments. Did we mention he’s versatile? From editorial work for the Christian Science Monitor Weekly to paintings for the Yale Alumni Association, and everything in between, he is a highly sought after talent because he knows how to adapt to each and every assignment and deliver exactly what the client needs. Take a look at some of his recent projects below. You can also view a video about his Hong Kong experience.
To see more of Michael’s work, take a look at his Folioplanet portfolio.
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