Anorak magazine, issue #32, “The Cities Issue”

Anorak magazine, issue #32, “The Cities Issue”

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July 6th, 1483: Richard III becomes King of England.

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July 6th, 1483: Richard III becomes King of England.

On This Day Illustrated is a daily illustrated historical blog by Dom McKenzie.
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22nd June, 1984: Virgin Atlantic Airways launches with it’s first flight from Heathrow. 
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On This Day Illustrated is a daily illustrated historical blog by Dom McKenzie.

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22nd June, 1984: Virgin Atlantic Airways launches with it’s first flight from Heathrow. 

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newmanology:

The Illustrated Aviary is a regular inside back page feature in the bimonthly Audubon magazine. Launched last year by creative director Kevin Fisher, each issue features a different, high-level illustrator reimagining John James Audubon‘s famous “Birds of North America” paintings.  The page includes a brief interview with the illustrator discussing the creative process, as well as a thumbnail of the original Audubon artwork. The result has been a brilliantly rich and diverse illustration showcase, and the pages are nothing short of breathtaking. Kevin Fisher explains that the Illustrated Aviary is part of Audubon’s continuing mission “to create an environment for outstanding artists who cover the natural world.” He has quickly developed this page into one of the top illustration venues, featuring talents such as David Cowles, Hanoch Piven, Olaf Hajek, Greg Mably, and David Plunkert.

See more on the Newmanology website.

The Illustrated Aviary is a regular inside back page feature in the bimonthly Audubon magazine. Launched last year by creative director Kevin Fisher, each issue features a different, high-level illustrator reimagining John James Audubon‘s famous “Birds of North America” paintings.  The page includes a brief interview with the illustrator discussing the creative process, as well as a thumbnail of the original Audubon artwork. The result has been a brilliantly rich and diverse illustration showcase, and the pages are nothing short of breathtaking. Kevin Fisher explains that the Illustrated Aviary is part of Audubon’s continuing mission “to create an environment for outstanding artists who cover the natural world.” He has quickly developed this page into one of the top illustration venues, featuring talents such as David Cowles, Hanoch Piven, Olaf Hajek, Greg Mably, and David Plunkert.

See more on the Newmanology website.

Fortune, August 1947
Illustration: Ben Shahn

Fortune, August 1947

Illustration: Ben Shahn

Fortune, July 1949
Illustration: Ben Shahn, art director: Will Burtin.

Fortune, July 1949

Illustration: Ben Shahn, art director: Will Burtin.

Interiors, May 1953
Illustration: Andy Warhol
Source: Print magazine

Interiors, May 1953

Illustration: Andy Warhol

Source: Print magazine

Illustrator Steve Brodner reimagines non-racist names for the Washington R*dskins football team that would be more appropriate to their home city!

Illustrator Steve Brodner reimagines non-racist names for the Washington R*dskins football team that would be more appropriate to their home city!

The Nation, November 4, 2013
Illustration: Victor Juhasz, creative director: Robert Best
See this and 11 more classic covers of The Nation from the past year, all designed and art directed by Robert Best.