More Illustrations for Reader’s Digest

all images, c. Kevin Sprouls This week, more illustrations for Reader’s Digest. Back in the years I was on staff at The Wall Street Journal, I often did side jobs for various clients. One of my steady clients was The … Continue reading

Illustrations for Reader’s Digest

all images, c. Kevin Sprouls Here are more illustrations for Reader’s Digest that I created during the years I was holding down my day job at The Wall Street Journal. If memory serves me well, I believe the folks at … Continue reading

Illustrations for Reader’s Digest

all images, c. Kevin Sprouls   While I was working at my day job at The Wall Street Journal, I frequently gigged out, doing Illustrations for Reader’s Digest. While much of my work for RD involved generating illustrations from photographic … Continue reading

More Illustrations for Spring

all images, c. Kevin Sprouls I am still digging through my drawer labelled ‘Garden’ to find more illustrations for Spring. Here is a small collection for your consideration… I did some work on a book intended for young readers. The … Continue reading

WSJ Portrait Art — Walter Gropius

Another weekly look at the architect series I produced for Reader’s Digest while I was working my day job creating that WSJ portrait art which became so iconic within the pages of the Wall Street Journal. I took my time … Continue reading

Portrait Illustration of Richard M. Hunt

Another in the series of major American architect portrait illustrations that I produced for Reader’s Digest, in the hallmark hedcut style I created for The Wall Street Journal. This post regards the formidable architectural talent, Richard M. Hunt. The following, … Continue reading

Stanford White, Portrait Art

   portrait art, Kevin Sprouls   Here’s another from my Reader’s Digest gig, while I was moonlighting from doing hedcut portraits for The Wall Street Journal at my day job. Like last week’s post, we are still talking architecture here. … Continue reading

Reader’s Digest Images

I found more illustrations from way back recently. It’s incredible, the amount of original art that piles up in my studio’s filing cabinets! I am archiving these just in time– the rubber cement (widely used back in pioneer days, the … Continue reading