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American ILLUSTRATION

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Fatima Cigarettes Ad, illustration by . Leyendecker (American), ca. American Illustration, Art And Illustration, Vintage Posters, Vintage Art, Jc Leyendecker, Illustrations Vintage, Norman Rockwell, Larp, Art Inspo

J.C. Leyendecker

Joseph Christian Leyendecker (March 23, 1874 – July 25, 1951) was one of the preeminent American illustrators of the early 20th century. He is best known for his poster, book and advertising illust…

 Leyendecker is one of my favorite American artists. He was the cover artist for the Saturday Evening Post before Norman Rockwell. He was also well known as the creator of the Arrow Collar Man advertising campaign. American Illustration, Illustration Art, Caricatures, Vive Le Sport, Jc Leyendecker, Illustrator, Norman Rockwell, Gay Art, Football Players

J.C. Leyendecker - Football Player (1913)

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JCL exhibit

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Illustration by Bob Peak from "The Promise" by Robert A. Knowlton, in Good Housekeeping magazine, April American Illustration, Illustration Art, Bob Peak, Sketch Inspiration, Pulp Art, Retro Art, Cover Art, Art Inspo, Illustrators

THE DRAWINGS OF BOB PEAK

When I was an young and ignorant wannabe cartoonist long before I discovered illustrators, I knew who Bob Peak was. His drawings on My Fair Lady, Camelot, and numerous other movie posters and TV Guide covers were things that I had seen…and they impressed me tremendously. As I learned a bit more about art and the wonderful talents that worked in the field of illustration, Bob Peak still remained one of the giants for me. The sublime designs and the his spontaneous approach to the drawings…

Puritan - Menswear Ad - Drawing/illustration art by Bob Peak Sketches Of People, Art Sketches, Fashion Sketches, Ink Illustrations, Illustration Art, Storyboard, Collages, Bob Peak, Eyes Artwork

THE DRAWINGS OF BOB PEAK - NEW BOOK!

Thomas Peak is raising funds for THE DRAWINGS OF BOB PEAK - NEW BOOK! on Kickstarter! A New Book "THE DRAWINGS OF BOB PEAK" with never before seen Drawings from the Legendary Master of Movie and Illustration Art Bob Peak.

I found a clipping of an early Bernie Fuchs illustration in one of my old Society of Illustrators annuals and thought I would share the insp. Fuchs Illustration, Art Nouveau Illustration, Magazine Illustration, Collage Illustration, Illustrations, Car Painting, Artist Painting, Car Drawings, Artist Gallery

Bernie Fuchs Clipping

I found a clipping of an early Bernie Fuchs illustration in one of my old Society of Illustrators annuals and thought I would share the inspiration - enjoy!

Cocktail Reception, 1957 - Art by Bob Peak/Cosmopolitan Magazine. Comic Kunst, Comic Art, Art And Illustration, American Illustration, Vintage Illustrations, Bob Peak, Commercial Art, Retro, Art Inspo

EYE-LIKEY

check out the swanky illustrations of, BOB PEAK 1927-1992 ABOUT Bob Peak was one of the most prolific and flamboyant illustrators of the 20th century, he revolutionized advertising in the film industry and is considered the “Father of the modern movie poster.” He totally transformed the approach to movie advertising from basic collages of film stills or head shots to colorful flowing illustrations. In 1961United Artist hired Peak to design the poster for “West Side Story.” Using his flashy…

Albert Dorne had a wretched childhood. He was born in the slums of New York and grew up in poverty, suffering from tuberculosis, malnutrit. Guy Drawing, Life Drawing, Figure Drawing, Drawing Reference, Character Sketches, Character Art, Character Design, Magazine Illustration, Illustration Art

ALBERT DORNE

Albert Dorne had a wretched childhood. He was born in the slums of New York and grew up in poverty, suffering from tuberculosis, malnutrition and heart disease. Fatherless, he quit school after 7th grade to support his mother, two sisters and younger brother. He tried everything to feed his family, from selling newspapers on a street corner to prize fighting to working on a shipping dock. One of the things I like about Dorne is that he had all the credentials for life as a thug, yet the…

This post is one in a series on the artists featured in the upcoming exhibition at the Delaware Art Museum, State of the Art: Illustration Magazine Illustration, Art And Illustration, Illustrations Posters, Delaware, Detroit, Exhibition, State Art, Vintage Art, Vintage Travel

DELAWARE EXHIBITION: BERNIE FUCHS

This post is one in a series on the artists featured in the upcoming exhibition at the Delaware Art Museum, State of the Art: Illustration 100 Years After Howard Pyle. In the 1950s, illustration began its Great Thaw from the realistic style that had dominated the field since the days of Howard Pyle. At that time, Bernie Fuchs was a precocious young illustrator painting meticulous car ads in a commercial studio in Detroit. Detail from Oldsmobile ad (1959) But Fuchs had the seeds of bigger…

Bernie Fuchs illustration of Martin Luther King Jr. Fuchs Illustration, Magazine Illustration, Retro Illustration, American Illustration, Vintage Illustrations, Digital Illustration, Dojo, Look Magazine, Art Walk

BERNIE FUCHS, TEN YEARS LATER

The artist Bernie Fuchs passed away ten years ago today. I was fortunate to get to know him; I interviewed him for weeks and listened to his reflections on life and art before he passed away. I never met anyone with a greater gift for color and design. He was a truly humble man, but he understood the nature of his gift-- how could he not?-- and always tried his best to respect and protect it. A generous spirit, he never resented the legions of artists who imitated-- or copied-- his work. He…