More Group Portraits, with a Twist

This post covers a few of my favorite group portraits from over the years. Let’s start with a trio I created while at The Wall Street Journal. Military Group Portraits The ‘Big Three’ at Yalta commemorates the treaty signed by … Continue reading

Worth Magazine Illustrations — Another Milestone

You may know, Dear Reader, that I pioneered The Wall Street Journal ‘Hedcut” portrait style. I was a full-time illustrator at The Journal for eight and a half years. Now I am coming to the end of another publishing association, … Continue reading

More Famed Faces — Hedcut Portrait Illustrations

Hedcut Portrait Illustrations – Famous People of Business and Science Here are a few more hedcut portrait illustrations. Stipple drawings in the distinctive Wall Street Journal ‘hedcut’ style that I pioneered many moons ago… A portrait of Madam C. J. … Continue reading

Illustrated Historical Figures — Drawing Famous People

It is always a pleasure to illustrate famous historical figures. Usually, I look into the story behind the person, to help me in expressing the personality behind the pose. Over the years, I’ve enjoyed working on a number of these … Continue reading

It’s Animal Day! Wildlife Illustrations

What better day could there be for Wildlife Illustrations October 4th is Animal Day, if you were not aware. It coincides nicely this year with the Harvest Moon. If you see any dancing bears in the next night or two, let me … Continue reading

Information Graphic Illustrations for PNC Bank

For several years, I’ve created information graphic illustrations for a series of mailers by PNC Bank. Presently, the project is Art Directed by Joanne Schommer at Merkle, the marketing agency. Latest PNC Information Graphic Illustrations Each pamphlet usually includes three … Continue reading

Illustrations of Man and Machine

Illustrations of man and machine intrigue me. I always find it interesting to combine the rather fragile human form with the hard reality of built objects. It provides an interesting contrast for the mind and eye to consider. The juxtaposition | Illustrations of … Continue reading