Creating the Large Hedcut Portrait in the WSJ Portrait Style

Aside from producing the well-known WSJ hedcut style portraits, I am sometimes called on to create a large hedcut portrait; the same style portraits in a large format. This is a nice change of pace and is gratifying because I know the … Continue reading

WSJ Images, Beyond the Hedcut, Part 3

Last in a series of WSJ Images that I produced for the Wall Street Journal when I was Head of the Illustration Department there. These are departures from the hedcut type of illustration, the hallmark head and shoulders portrait that is … 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

Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe, WSJ Hedcut

The portrait style I developed for the Wall Street Journal, known as the WSJ hedcut, has also graced the pages of other publications, The Boston Globe for one, the Reader’s Digest for another. This image was produced while I was … Continue reading