This issue looks at different approaches to conceptual editorial illustration.
Each artist’s point of view is disparate. Some examples are highly complex, others rely on mood to set the stage, while others go for the jugular with simple, straight-forward images that tell the story in a millisecond. Some inform, others satirize, still others educate. With backgrounds in either graphic design or graphic arts these illustrators are also adept at creating advertising, books and book covers for adults and children.
Javier Jaén interviewed by Alix-Rose Cowie
Marie Lafrance interviewed by Alix-Rose Cowie
Christian Gralingen interviewed by Christopher Butt
Giselle Potter, ICON interviewed by Mark Fox
Robert Grossman, Legend article by Rachel Anne Farquharson
OpArt Edward Charles
CareerTalk - We Have Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself
News&Views - Happenings in illustration
Seen & Noted - 18 Illustrators from across the globe