Celebrity Portraits, WSJ Style, Part 5

  illustrations, Kevin Sprouls Last Summer, I was asked by Ami Arad, the Founder & CEO of Wingtip, a posh San Francisco club, to create a series of portraits. These illustrations were to portray several major actors, be framed, and installed on … Continue reading

Celebrity Portraits, WSJ Style, Part 4

  illustrations, Kevin Sprouls Last Summer, I was asked by Ami Arad, the Founder & CEO of Wingtip, a posh San Francisco club, to create a series of portraits. These illustrations were to portray several major actors, be framed, and installed on … Continue reading

Celebrity Portraits, WSJ Style, Part 3

illustrations, Kevin Sprouls Last Summer, I was asked by Ami Arad, the Founder & CEO of Wingtip, a posh San Francisco club, to create a series of portraits. These illustrations were to portray several major actors, be framed, and installed on a … Continue reading

Celebrity Portraits, WSJ Style, Part 2

illustrations, Kevin Sprouls Last Summer, I was asked by Ami Arad, the Founder & CEO of Wingtip, a posh San Francisco club, to create a series of portraits. These illustrations were to portray several major actors, be framed, and installed on a … Continue reading

Celebrity Portraits, WSJ Style, Part 1

Illustrations, Kevin Sprouls Last Summer, I was asked by Ami Arad, the Founder & CEO of Wingtip, a posh San Francisco club, to create a series of portraits. These illustrations were to portray several major actors, be framed, and installed on a … Continue reading

Food, Glorious Food!

Just thought I would share a few foodie images with you. Someone in my family has a great love of food and celebrates his Birthday today, so this goes out to you, Boy-o! At my house, Artichokes Rule! We steam … Continue reading

A Brush with a Magician

A while back, the prominent Magician, Steve Cohen, commissioned an illustration from me. I think he was drawn by the engraving technique and it’s Victorian-era connotations. Here is the image I created for him… Now, I am known for my illustration … Continue reading

The Eleventh Day of Christmas

The bagpipes are a form of aerophone, which is an instrument that creates sound by vibrating a chamber of air without the use of strings. In the case of bagpipes, enclosed reeds are used. The haunting melodies most American’s are … Continue reading

The Tenth Day of Christmas

Ten is the base of our number system and denotes completion, attainment and mastery. We often compile lists of ten things or instruction sets with ‘ten simple steps’, with the tenth item in either list representing the completion or the … Continue reading