Tagged: Penguin Books
  1. 20

    Feb 2013

    Sam Wolfe Connelly

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    Introducing the rich graphite work of New York illustrator, Sam Wolfe Connelly. Still quite young, he has partaken in a host of exhibition with galleries including Gallery Nucleus, Spoke Art Gallery, and Roq la Rue Gallery. He has also amalgamated quite a good list of clients too, including Playboy Magazine, Penguin Books, Colors Magazine, Sundance Film Festival, and Hasbro. To see more of his serene, but ever so eerie, illustration pop over to his website.

  2. 6

    Jan 2013

    Paul Shipper

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    Paul Shipper is from Manchester, England and now lives in New Zealand.

    “My training really came from years of drawing and painting, studying the works of my illustrative heroes, driven by my passion and determination to making a dream become reality.” 

    Clients include Lucasfilm, Penguin Books, GQ Magazine and Topps Inc.

  3. 30

    Oct 2012

    Emiliano Ponzi

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    Award winning illustrator Emiliano resides in fashionable Milan, Iltaly. He has an intelligent approach towards illustration and is full of good ideas. But also, he has a nice visual style full of grit and interesting line work. His use of repetition and negative space to convey his messages are a real highlight.

    Emiliano’s clients include major publications such as Le Monde and The New Yorker. He has also worked for United Airlines, Saatchi & Saatchi and Penguin Books to name a few.

  4. 14

    Jul 2012

    Daniel Egnéus

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    This spectacular work is from Sweden-born illustrator Daniel Egnéus. In his short professional career, Mr. Egnéus has worked with some large clients such as Penguin Books, Pepsi Cola, Marie Claire, Time Magazine and BMW. More impressive then his list of client is that in March 2005 Daniel Egnéus was voted “best illustrator” by the Association of Illustrators UK.

    At his point I would normally go on to share my interpretation of his illustrations, but I feel I cannot top the words already said on his website:

    “Lucid, dreamy and vibrant illustrations reflect the enticing inner world of highly regarded artist, Daniel Egnéus. With no formal education except for life itself, Daniel sees everyday life and art as one inseparable whole. His work is an expression of his colorful and rich life in Milano and Rome, filled with friends and a wonderful girlfriend, and not least his daydreaming, which finds its way into his work, inspiring us with it’s beauty and depth.”

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