Liquor Illustrations – The Art of Illustrating Spirits

Staying with the topic of Spirits from my previous post, I would like to share some more liquor Illustrations with you. Seagram’s Crown Royal Liquor Illustration I also was called on to do an illustration for Seagram’s well-known whiskey, Crown Royal. This … Continue reading

The Art of Product Illustration by Kevin Sprouls

I enjoy the precision of product illustration. It’s a good challenge to take up the pen and capture the essence of a product. As you’ll see in the following images, it often takes many hours to craft the detail into … Continue reading

Portrait Hedcuts for Magazines by Kevin Sprouls

I often draw portrait hedcuts for magazines which my clients put to use in many ways. Portrait hedcuts for magazines in the Florida financial markets. I just shipped another WSJ portrait Hedcut to a client in Florida who publishes financial newsletters. … Continue reading

Kevin Sprouls is Available for Your Next Assignment

Kevin Sprouls, the originator of the iconic Wall Street Journal ‘hedcut’ portrait style is now accepting commissions for new work. Your own portrait from a reknowned artist Imagine having your portrait or your team’s portraits created by the original WSJ … Continue reading

Annual Report Illustrations by Kevin Sprouls

Around the bend, we’ll be heading into Annual Report Season, and I’ll be drawing annual report illustrations to help make them look that much better. Corporate Illustration I have produced original artworks for many Corporations over the years, and look … Continue reading

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