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Art By C.M.KREIDER Jun 14
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Big Leaf Print Jul 2
Quick little update to the office space today. De-cluttering around the office and we thought "Hey, why not print a 70"x142" 3-panel wall mural?!"... and this where we ended! Oh those city views...
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Design One Thing Nov 21
Happy birthday René Magritte. The Belgian commercial artist & painter, famous for his witty illustrative surrealist paintings, which often challenge perception, art & the conveyance of meaning, was born today in 1898.
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Commercial Art @ TBT May 25
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The_Crystal_Bleu May 9
Some beautiful illustrations from an old seed catalog from 1891. Griffith, Turner and Co. Baltimore Maryland
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Tequila Jones 6 Oct 17
Just got my first royalty check!
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Dom BeDan Art Feb 27
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Mona King Creative Jan 24
The fridge magnet of the illustration of Alphonse Mucha (1860~ 1939), a phenomenal Czech graphic designer, based in Paris.
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doug coates Feb 21
Early days of my career 35 years ago, my mentors, coworkers and friends Ken, Nancy and airbrush wiz Jim Holmes. When an art and design dept weren’t the same department
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Via Design, Inc. May 19
Progress shots of a custom art piece we designed and fabricated for a client's commercial space. We can't wait to share more about this, soon!
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Russ Ramsey Aug 22
Norman Rockwell was certainly one of the kings of illustration in the 1900’s. I’ll wrap this with one of my favorites, from the Saturday Evening Post, August 30, 1947. (Rockwell, Going and Coming, 1947)
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Paul Catherall Sep 20
Am heading up to Cambridge this weekend for , where I’ll be waffling on about my journey from jobbing painter/illustrator to architectural linocutter! More info here
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Russ Ramsey Aug 22
Andy Warhol was an illustrator before he rose to fame as a fine artist. The work he is best known for (soup cans) reflects his instinct as an illustrator. This Warhol illustration was printed on the cover of Vogue in 1984.
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Russ Ramsey Aug 22
Some illustrators are better known as writers, but for the illustrator/writer, the two disciplines usually work together and hold each other up. Consider Maurice Sendak, who wrote and illustrated “Where the Wild Things Are.”
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Commercial Art @ TBT Nov 30
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EASTERN Mar 5
Our Commercial Art Instructor, Nicole Mohrey, was selected by the Council for the Advancement of Public Education as today's . This 30 second spot was on Good Day Philadelphia this morning.
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Sandra and Steve 21 Jan 18
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Daniel Harvey Nov 15
My curiosity is getting the better of me! This was delivered a week ago and I can’t remember what I ordered, what could it be? 🤔
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Augorss News Digest Jul 20
AN IMPENDING STAR >Rayshaurn RECENTLY DEMONSTRATED HIS IN ( ) *
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