Wall Street Journal Hedcuts from the Hand of Kevin Sprouls

Wall Street Journal Hedcuts style portraits from the Hand of Kevin Sprouls This time, we revisit the hallmark portrait style as seen for so many years in the WSJ  …with a twist. After I quit my day job at the … Continue reading

WSJ Hedcut Portrait Illustrations

Over the past few years, I have had the pleasure of creating WSJ hedcut portrait illustrations on a larger scale for a Canadian Design firm called Squareknot. The campaign consists of a series of hedcut style portraits, created by yours … Continue reading

Hedcut Portrait Illustrations – Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation

Hedcut portrait illustrations are extremely versatile and the range of clients who benefit from a portrait in the hedcut illustration style are as varied as they are interesting. I have worked with Jim Guerard at Guerard.com for a number of … Continue reading

Author Portraits in the WSJ Hedcut Style

WSJ Hedcut Style portraits are great for authors and I’ve created quite a few of them for many different authors over the years. Recently, I received an email from a client of mine announcing the publication of his new book, The … Continue reading

Worth Doing Again | Hedcut Portrait Style

A few decades ago, I created the Wall Street Journal Hedcut portrait style, and to this day I am very busy producing this type of illustration for various clients worldwide. But in recent years, I have been steadily engaged at Worth, a … Continue reading

Black and White Illustration

Black and white illustration has a real versatility that can’t be matched by other forms of illustration and a black and white stipple illustration conveys an elegant quality the can surpass even black and white photography in some cases. A … Continue reading