I recently had the opportunity to work with messageLOUD to create illustrated team portraits for their new website. This company is doing great things! They created an app that actually reads your emails and texts out loud so that you don't have to while you are driving. To read more about messageLOUD and what they are doing to keep you safe, check them out here.
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Here is my latest author portrait for Chicago Tribune Printers Row Journal. It is of Mary Gaitskill and the article is about her latest novel titled, "The Mare". Enjoy!
Here is a portrait of Chelsea Clinton that I did for this week's Chicago Tribune Printers Row Journal. She has penned a book titled " It's Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired and Get Going!". The book, for young readers, discusses facts, charts, photographs and stories that give a deeper understanding of the world around us and how anyone can make a difference. It includes stories about young people who have made real changes big and small—in their families, communities, our country and across the world.
Here is a portrait illustration of author, Dawn Russakoff, that I created for the cover of this week's Chicago Tribune Printers Row Journal. I don't have the PDF of the cover yet so I'll just post the final art for the portrait.
Here is a portrait illustration of Pulitzer Prize winning American novelist and short story author, Adam Johnson, that I did for this week's edition of Chicago Tribune Printers Row Journal. The article, written by Kevin Nance, is titled "'Fortune Smiles'... and Then What?" is about the author's thoughts and reflections on his latest collection of short stories. Below, is the cover of the journal, including the detail of the portrait. Enjoy!