New Yorker Illustrations

all images, c. Kevin Sprouls Way back in the 1990’s, I created many Illustrations for The New Yorker magazine. After resigning my post as head illustrator at The Wall Street Journal, I was eager to stretch my wings. I worked … Continue reading

Wine Illustration

All Images, c. Kevin Sprouls Wine Illustrations are good fun, like the enjoyment of a favorite vintage. I’ve done quite a lot of work in support of the vintner’s enterprise. Let’s dive in: Here is a sketch for a wine … Continue reading

Portraits of Professions

All images, c. Kevin Sprouls It’s always interesting to create illustrations of people doing what they love — portraits of professions. One of those subjects is a good friend of mine, the voice artist, Joe Murray. Here is the portrait … Continue reading

Magazine Illustrations, Part 2

All images, c. Kevin Sprouls Here are more examples of my magazine illustrations. I like the thrill of appearing to a wide audience, but the print media is sometimes disappointing. Once a drawing leaves my studio, its reproduction and appearance … Continue reading

Magazine Illustrations, Part 1

All images, c. Kevin Sprouls This week, a survey of some of my magazine illustrations. I like for my work to appear in popular magazines, because I know I’ll get a large audience to view my illustrations. In this post, … Continue reading

Early Illustrations, Part 3

All images, c. Kevin Sprouls This will be the last in my Early Illustration series. All of this art was created during my time at Tyler School of Art. Tyler gave me a good start in my illustration career. It … Continue reading

Early Illustrations, Part 2

All images, c. Kevin Sprouls This week, more of my early illustrations. These were all created in the latter half of my 4-year stint at Tyler School of Art. Let’s start with an infamous image: The reporter from Advertising AgeĀ adage.com … Continue reading

Early Illustrations

all illustrations, c. Kevin Sprouls This week, I’m featuring three of my early illustrations. These were created when I was a student at Tyler School of Art, an arm of Temple University in Philadelphia. While I was at Tyler, I … Continue reading