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Lorenz, Lee

Lee Lorenz has distinguished himself both as a cartoonist and as an expert on humor and laughter throughout the last 60 years. His cartoons are unique yet traditional, with a brush line charged with energy and a punch line always on the mark. Lorenz first published cartoon appeared in Colliers in 1956, and two years later he became a contract contributor to The New Yorker, which has published more than 1,600 of his drawings. He was The New Yorker's art editor for 25 years, from 1973 until 1993, continuing as cartoon editor until 1997. His current clients include The New Yorker, Departures and corporate accounts such as West Jet.

Petit-Roulet, Philippe

Minimalist, expressive, and brilliantly witty, Philippe takes economy of line to new heights. Whether working in animation or cartoons, his linear designs pack a conceptual punch. Combining philosophical genius and squeaky cuteness in a most unusual fashion. His current clients include The New Yorker, New York Times and Simon & Schuster.

Tong, Yehrin

Yehrin Tong graduated from Central Saint Martins with a BA Hons in Graphic Design. Yehrin Tong has designed artwork for independent music labels; working with artists she met while regularly haunting the underground club scene of London. Yehrin Tong's main interests lie in creating illusory, eye-boggling yet mathematical pattern and typographic illustration. Yehrin Tongs work has encompassed ad campaigns on billboards and taxi cabs, elaborate repeat pattern and embroidery prints for fashion, as well as typographic cover and editorial illustration. Yehrin Tongís work is complex and intricate. The words minimal and simple rarely come into Yehrin TongS vocabulary. Previous clients include: M&C Saatchi, Bombay Sapphire, Dell Computers, Billboard Magazine, Royal Bank Of Scotland, GQ Russia, Russian Tatler, VICE, Maharishi, The Future Laboratory, Viewpoint, Non-Format, K7! Records, Grafik, The Red Bulletin, Notion and Disorder.

Disley, Phil

Working in both the UK & America for over twenty years for such editorial clients as The Financial Times, The Spectator, The Guardian and GQ magazine, and for publishers Oxford University Press & Harper Collins. Phil Disley is represented by the David Goldman Agency.

Bevenour, Jay

Illustrator and cartoonist. Works in a variety of media. Watercolor, pen and ink, digital. Specializes in editorial portraiture. (Celebrities, Political, Sports, Humor, etc.)

Partial Client List: Sports Illustrated, Fortune, Salon.com, TV Guide, Newsweek, Vibe, Entertainment Weekly Online, Scholastic, Rolling Stone (Germany), Golf Magazine, Modern Maturity, Philadelphia, Forbes, Golf World, Barron's, The Los Angeles Times Magazine, The Weekly Standard, The Sporting News, Utne Reader, Country Music Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, New York Press, Nashville Scene, The Stranger (Seattle), Philadelphia Weekly, Village Voice Media

Marden, Phil

Phil Marden's humorous, conceptual illustrations have been published in dozens of publications including The New York Times, Newsweek and Fortune over the last 30 years. His work has also been animated for TV, commercials, educational films and the feature film, "The Stepford Wives."

Brooks, Lou

Turn up the juice and see why Amazon.com calls Lou the reigning "pop art virtuoso" of illustration! Bask in Lou's high voltage retro pen and ink digital style at LouBrooks.com, where we're never JUST all business... unless it's MONKEY business! Besides hundreds of illustration images, there's plenty of fun stuff to browse (with no redeeming value at all)... and your boss will STILL think you're working!

Morrow, JT

JT Morrow is known for his parodies and ability to mimic virtually any style from any era. From Stone Age art to Picasso and Norman Rockwell, JT also does caricatures and works in a graphic novel style.

McGowan, Shane

Shane McGowan works in the editorial, advertising and publishing fields. Selected clients include Ford, Vodafone, New York Times, Wall St Journal, Time, Plan Germany, Vogue, Penguin, MacMillan, BBC, Royal Mail, The Guardian, The Sunday Times and Deutsche Bank. His work has been recognised by 3x3, Luerzer's Archive, Images, European Illustration and Illustrators Australia where he has won many Gold and Silver awards.

Larry Ross

A collection of humorous illustrations done in a whimsical pen and ink with watercolor style about people, families, children, animals, business, sports, the universe and more.

Goldberg, Richard A

Supplying the commissioned and licensing markets with 100% rag illos: 100% unique, professional and fun. Richard A Goldberg's illustrations feature conceptual solutions for many market segments for the publishing, corporate and advertising markets. Illustrations are created with humor, wit, sophistication and elbow grease.

Ajhar, Brian

A Nationally known painterly Humorist that uses classical metaphors from Childrens Fables, History, Politics, and Literature to communicate contemporary issues. His point of view has found it's way into Publications for Business, Politics, Science, Lifestyle, Sports, and Entertainment Magazines. He has worked on numerous Advertising campaigns in the US and abroad. Currently working on his 6th Childrens Book Brian has made the New York Times best sellers list for one of his books. Character Design is also an interest and he has done work for clients in Television Animation and Feature Film prentation. Brian has been illustrating for over 20 years and has a long list of many nationally known clients. His Whimsical Satire and and Conceptual viewpoint can easily be adapted to many contempory subjects. Visit "ajhar.com" to see the variety of images that range from comic caricature to fantasy.

Roumieu, Graham

Distinctive pen + ink and watercolour. Recent clients include: The NY Times, Business 2.0, Wall St. Journal, National Post Business, Toronto Life, Canadian Business.

Espinosa, Leo

digital illustration

Baudissin, Andreas von

digital and handmade cartoon artwork, character designs and other decorative things

Mayforth, Hal

Humorous illustrator, and watercolor artist.

Beaudoin, Rayne

People, Characters, Business, Love, Conceptual, Black & White, Graphic, Cartoon, Fashion, Political, Charcature, Children, Children's Books, Comic, Comic Conceptual, Painterly, Pen and Ink, Storyboards, Wacky, Whimsical, Line and Wash, Food, Comic Humorous.

Fast, Ingo

For over fifteen years, Ingo Fast has created conceptual and narrative, often landscape or cityscape-like illustrations for numerous magazines, newspapers, books, and brochures, for editorial, institutional, educational, corporate and advertising clients in the US as well as many other countries. He has illustrated greeting and holiday cards, posters, annual reports, children's textbooks, travel guides, T-Shirts, websites, maps & charts, bird's eye view diagrams, logos, and murals, in the context of a multitude of subject matters like children, people, family, lifestyle, and retirement; political and society-oriented themes; business, money, financial & investing-related topics; medical, health, and pharmaceutical subjects; technology, communication, media, and the internet; cars & automotive, travel, transportation, and insurance; and food, packaging, and products. His concepts are solution-oriented, and most often satirical, whimsical, and sometimes cartoon-like. His scenes are imaginative, humorous, and clever, and he uses pen & ink / line art combined with watercolor or gouache, or digital color, but also works with black & white line art. He has won recognition from American Illustration, the Societies of Illustrators in New York and in Los Angeles, the Society of Publication Designers, the Society of News Designers, and Graphis, and has exhibited his work in numerous group shows across the country.

Matthews, Scott

Funny, bold, graphic illustration for the masses

Tuttle, Jean

Fresh, fun & colorful digital illustrations for corporate, advertising, editorial, children's publishing, packaging & products. Plus infographics, charts, maps, icons & logos. Stock images available.

Timmons, Bonnie

Bonnie Timmons lives with her husband, horses, and cowboy poodles on a farm in Pennsylvania. Before that she drew everyday for the Denver Post. Before that she worked for the Peace Corps in Kenya. Before that she dissected cadavers in Toronto. Before that she won some ribbons for the 400 meter breast stroke in California. She always wanted to be either a ballerina or a baseball star. She is very happy.

Schumer, Arlen

Comic book art continues to infiltrate American popular culture on all fronts, from superhero movies to graphic novels! I produce comic book-styled art for advertising agencies and their clients across the country, and editorially for national consumer and trade magazines. My backgrounds in illustration, graphic design, art direction and copywriting, combined with expertise in and enthusiasm for the comic book medium and its rich history, produce imagery that stands out from the crowd! For print & web! Flash animation too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bTHjtZgbAI&list=UUwkw6QB6OFKcfxK17macOlQ&index=29

Reis, Thomas

Tom began work as senior art director for JP Morgan Chase in New York City, shortly after receiving his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1993. Two years later, he was illustrating for nationally-known publications, including Time magazine, Rolling Stone, the Wall Street Journal, Entertainment Weekly, Sports Illustrated, Business Week, TV Guide, Barron's, Forbes and Smart Money. Corporate clients have included MGM, Dupont and Colgate. Throughout his career, Reis has also worked as a fine artist, producing work with all the refinement that one would expect from a classically trained painter. His paintings are represented in numerous permanent and private collections throughout the United States. Tom currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia. (Text provided courtesy the Museum of Arts and Sciences.)

illustration by chris gash

pen and ink - digital - watercolor - editorial - conceptual - humorous - comics

Graham Roumieu

Grahamís award-winning signature linework and off-beat wit has appeared in advertising, magazines, newspapers and character development. Clients include Harper's, The New York Times Magazine and Book Review, Business 2.0, Explore, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Sun, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Arnold Worldwide, The Bark, Seed, Report on Business, The LA Times, Macleanís and Nobleworks. He has also illustrated two books, Some Really Super Poems About Squirrels, Andrews McMeel and In Me Own Words - the Autobiography of Bigfoot, Manic D Press, he is currently working on his third book. His work has been honored by American Illustration, Applied Arts Magazine and the National Magazine Awards.

Bendell, Norm

Norm Bendell's witty style has been featured in some of the most successful campaigns in the history of advertising. He's won numerous awards for clients in both print and animation as well as for best selling books. Whether it's a large ad campaign, a book or a small spot illustration, Bendell's background in art direction and design helps give him great insight for helping client's to successfully reach their goals. And he takes pride in making it a pleasant experience.