American Illustration Profiles Interview: Kyle T. Webster

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American Illustration Profiles Interview: Kyle T. Webster

Kyle T. Webster is a graphic force of nature, with a delightful and intelligent visual presence across a wide variety of mediums and platforms.  “I try to get my paws into everything,” says Webster, and he’s been doing his best to make sure that happens. Webster is a frequent editorial illustrator for The New York […]

American Illustration Profiles Interview: Brigit Schossow

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American Illustration Profiles Interview: Brigit Schossow

Birgit Schössow is a German illustrator who had done extensive work creating book covers, book illustrations for children, and “a little bit of animation with music.” Over the past several years she has also created a striking series of magazine covers for The New Yorker on topics ranging from fashion to the weather to noir […]

Judging for the 2015 Ozzie Awards

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Judging for the 2015 Ozzie Awards

During the month of August, I’ll judging several categories of the 2015 Folio Ozzie magazine design awards. Along with the Eddie editorial awards, the Ozzies are part of “the most prestigious awards competition in magazine media.” Winners will be announced at the annual awards luncheon on October 19 in New York City.

The August 2015 Cover of This Old House

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The August 2015 Cover of This Old House

Here’s my first full designed cover of This Old House, the August 2015 issue. It’s on newsstands now (and iPad apps, in mailboxes, etc.). Photograph: Mark Lohman Photography Director: Denise Sfraga Art Director: Jamie Dannecker Creative Director: Robert Newman Editor-in-Chief: Scott Omelianuk

Desperate Times: Brilliant Book Collection of Legendary Seattle Underground ‘Zine

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Desperate Times: Brilliant Book Collection of Legendary Seattle Underground ‘Zine

Desperate Times was that rare combination of underground fanzine and professional publication, published in Seattle for six glorious issues in the summer of 1981. The entire run has been collected into a new book, Desperate Times: The Summer of 1981, edited by Maire M. Masco. With a cover designed by Art Chantry, Desperate Times is […]

Issue #2 of Fiera Magazine: A Textbook Lesson in Indie Publishing

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Issue #2 of Fiera Magazine: A Textbook Lesson in Indie Publishing

The second issue of Fierra, the biannual magazine covering product and furniture design fairs, is now available, and it’s a real treat. Designed by our friends at magCulture, it’s co-published by Katie Treggiden (Confessions of a Design Geek) and Jeremy Leslie (magCulture). This rich issue is a giant step forward from their first, packed with […]

IRMA Awards for Magazine Design, Illustration, and Photography

Posted By on Jul 20, 2015 in Where's Bob | No Comments
IRMA Awards for Magazine Design, Illustration, and Photography

I’m honored to be one of this year’s judges for the 2015 International Regional Magazine Association (IRMA) awards. I’m judging photography, illustration, and design categories. Winners will be announced at the annual IRMA conference in San Diego in October. See previous winners here.

American Illustration Profiles Interview: Ross MacDonald

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American Illustration Profiles Interview: Ross MacDonald

Ross MacDonald is an illustrator, designer, book artist, letterpress operator, graphic artist, cartoonist, and more. He has created retro-styled illustrations in multiple styles and formats for an extensive list of magazines and newspapers. MacDonald is also a brilliant comic artist; his illustrated graphics have graced the pages of numerous publications and several books. And he has […]

American Illustration Profiles: Sarah Jacoby

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American Illustration Profiles: Sarah Jacoby

My latest American Illustration Profiles interview is with illustrator Sarah Jacoby. Sarah Jacoby creates gentle, powerful watercolor illustrations and artwork, oftentimes filled with imagery of nature and the outdoors. “The natural world is still a realm that’s a bit sacred, full of possibility,” she says. “It inspires me because nothing is written on it yet.” Her […]

American Illustration Profiles: John Cuneo

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American Illustration Profiles: John Cuneo

My latest American Illustration Profiles interview is with illustrator John Cuneo: John Cuneo loves to draw. Go to his website homepage and you’ll see a heading that says “John Cuneo Drawings” (as well as a monkey with pens and coffee at a drawing table…). He’s a masterful illustrator, artist, humorist, and visual storyteller whose work […]