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Illustrator profile - Steven Guarnaccia: "The world needs artists to tell stories"

By Robert Newman   Friday September 30, 2016

Steven Guarnaccia is a graphic grandmaster-a Brooklyn-based illustrator, artist, book author, designer, educator and all-around brilliant visual thinker whose imagery has appeared in countless publications, books, on product design, posters, and much more. At SVA and Parsons and as an art director at The New York Times, Guarnaccia has been responsible for teaching, nurturing and showcasing generations of visual creative talent. And while he ...   Read the full Story >>

Photographer Profile - Nick Laham: "I wanted to cover him in a way that was a little different"

By David Schonauer   Tuesday September 27, 2016

As the 2014 baseball season drew to a close and New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter's career wound down, photographer Nick Laham began going to the Bronx as often as he could to photograph the team captain during his final home stands. Laham, who grew up in Sydney, Australia, and has built a career in New York as an editorial and commercial sports ...   Read the full Story >>

Illustrator Profile - Stephen Kroninger: "For me collage is an improvisational medium"

By Robert Newman   Thursday September 22, 2016

Stephen Kroninger is a New York City-based illustrator who creates brilliantly artful, funny and provocative collage illustrations. His work has appeared in "just about every magazine in the U.S.," as well as in three children's books, an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, and animation, including the hilarious Bad Phone Sex for the Chris Rock Show. For years Kroninger has produced ...   Read the full Story >>

Photographer Profile - Ben Rosenzweig: "I saw an opportunity to create something bigger"

By David Schonauer   Tuesday September 20, 2016

In 2014, Vice magazine sent New York-based photographer Ben Rosenzweig to Miami to document illegal plastic surgery - specifically, black-market silicone injections to enhance backsides. But the story also delved into the wider culture of an increasingly butt-obsessed American culture, and that led Rosenzweig to Miami's famous King of Diamond strip club. He turned the images he shot there into a small book that ...   Read the full Story >>

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