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

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

A Cover for Harper’s

It’s been a really busy Summer! This might go a little way towards explaining why this blog has been, apparently, on vacation. In July, I was contacted by Roger Black‘s studio about doing the cover art for Harper’s September issue. … 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

New Yorker Years

Once again, I return to my collection of New Yorker illustrations. These images are new to this blog. It was a great privilege to be called on to produce the art for this august publication— I read it every week … Continue reading

Trees

I love trees. As a youth, I climbed many. From getting my hands thoroughly resined by an easy-to-climb giant fir in a neighbor’s yard, to later scaling an elegant maple in my own backyard to read a book or merely … Continue reading