American Art Archives is pleased to be hosting the J.C.Leyendecker studies where you can see several examples of how Joseph's mind worked when designing the essentials of his advertising and slick cover work.
There's also a bit of mystery about the works (who doesn't like a good mystery?). Read all about it.
See more of Leyendeckers sketches and studies at illustrationart.blogspot.com
Leyendecker Art Gallery
Tuesday, June 05, 2007
Claudio Acciari, David Alcarria, Manuel Arenas, Hans Bacher, Pascal Barret, Laurent Beauvallet, Giacomo A. Bevilacqua,Luca Bonessi, Nicholas Bouvier, Laura Braga, Celia Calle, Eric Canete, Massimo Carnevale, Gigi Cavenago, Cristiano Cucina, Davide Decu, Eric Desideriu, Marko Djurdjevic, Benjamin von Eckartsberg, Colin Fix, Nathan Fowkes, Sean Galloway, Vassilis Gogtzilas, Todd Harris, Jesus Alonso Inglesias, James Jean, Xiangyuan Jie, Boris Kiselicki, Thomas von Kummant, Ed Lee, Francesco Lorenzetti, Alexander Lozano,Denis Medri, Alberto Mielgo, Dustin Nguyen, Emiliano Mammucari, Joshua Middleton, Peter Oedekofen, Gabriele Pennacchioli, Sara Pichelli, Peter Popken, Dermot Power, Daniela Raisig, Lou Romano, Neil Ross, Carlos Ruano, Robh Ruppel, Lucio Alberto Ruiz-Diaz, Armand Serrano, Mongsub Song, Silvio Speca,Marco Turini, Francis Tsai, Erik Tiemens, Josh Viers, Shelly Wan, Ashley Wood, Ryan Wood, Nate Wragg, John Watkiss, Wildstorm guys
Posted by ***** at 2:51 AM
Friday, June 01, 2007
lines and colors is a blog about drawing, sketching, painting, artist tools and techniques. It features artists out of numerous genres such as comics, cartoons, illustration, digital art, concept art, motion graphics, animation, paleo art, storyboards, matte painting, 3d graphics and anything else of visual interest.
As long as it has lines and/or colors, it's fair game.
Posted by ***** at 8:17 AM