Sunday, October 11, 2009

American Illustration 28



Over the summer, I was given the extreme honor of working with Matthew Lenning on the art for this years American Illustration annual, number 28. Truly, I've never had a project that produced as much emotional anxiety as this did over the three months we worked on it together. I would often wake up in the middle of the night with new ideas, forced to go to the studio and get them down before I could sleep again. A few shots of the final book, from the vendor.






I've made a long and detailed post on the process over at my corner of the illustration blog Drawger. Head over there for much more on how this came together.


3 comments:

László Huszár said...

Fantastic work!

Wilson Swain said...

Beautiful! But I'm slightly disappointed you didn't kill a dog too. Don't illustrators generally take a hostage down with them?

Ricardo said...

ridiculously cool!