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Illustrator Profile - Leo Espinosa: "Curiousity has led my career"

By Robert Newman   Thursday February 23, 2017

Leo Espinosa is a Salt Lake City-based illustrator and graphic designer. His stylish, colorful, midcentury-influenced illustrations have appeared in numerous publications. As an art director and designer, he gives his illustrated work a vivid graphic sensibility, explaining, "I pay a lot of attention to composition and color." The most recent childen's book Espinosa illustrated, Jackrabbit McCabe and the Electric Telegraph, received the Society ...   Read the full Story >>

Photographer Profile - Pari Dukovic: "Editors assign you based on a particular story"

By David Schonauer   Tuesday February 21, 2017

Pari Dukovic burst onto the photography scene in New York six years ago, after the usual years of study and assisting, with important assignments from New York magazine and other publications. Since then, he's shot President Obama, Nicki Minaj and a host of other notables that exist between those two poles of cultural consequence, from Misty Copeland to Ted Cruz. His success springs ...   Read the full Story >>

Illustrator profile - James Yang: "If your work is good the work will find you"

By Robert Newman   Thursday February 16, 2017

James Yang is a Brooklyn-based illustrator who has done extensive editorial work for numerous publications, as well as children's books, posters, animation and much more. Yang creates his smart, elegant, graphic illustrations with Photoshop, but they have a soulful, hand-created feel. Yang's cool new poster for the New York City MTA system is now on display in subway cars throughout the metro ...   Read the full Story >>

Photographer Profile - Lyle Owerko: "Mongolia is sort of the last frontier"

By David Schonauer   Tuesday February 14, 2017

On his first trip to Mongolia in 2013, photographer Lyle Owerko and an assistant traveled for two and a half days to end up standing by a remote airfield where, he says, "a bunch of guys dressed in Russian military coats were standing around." It was just where he wanted to be: Owerko, who famously photographed the 9/11 terror attack as well as ...   Read the full Story >>

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