Ron Magnes was commissioned by the Carnegie Museums to create this web banner and logo art. Participants were asked to cast their vote for the best of the (4) Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh. Check Ron’s portfolio for more examples of his stylized illustrations!
Some new illustrations created by Larry Jones – a July 4 poster for a Louisville street fair and spot illustrations of past children’s activities for Cobblestone Magazine. Check Larry’s portfolio for more great images!
Ron Magnes was contacted by the London Science Museum to create artwork for their Cravings exhibit. The display consists of (22) individual illustrations to form a coherent exhibit mural. This is the main exhibit standing in the central area of the Science Museum. The BBC Morning Show did an on-site exclusive the day before the opening. This new exhibition explores what influences our appetite and cravings. The exhibition is 66.5 feet long by 15 feet high. The first two pictures are photos of the mural and I added Ron’s art to show the true vibrant colors!
Ron Magnes created this Summer Adventure Map for Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh. Members collect stamps when they visit which give them a chance to win prizes and also help them visit all the fun places in the Pittsburgh area!
The first day of spring and light snow is in the air! Allergy season is right around the corner – that is if we ever see spring! A nice allergy related image by John Walker – check his portfolio for more great images!
Eugene Vinitski was born in Moscow into a family of artists. His first source of inspiration was his own father’s work, which he greatly admired. He studied in Moscow at the Central Art School and the All Union State Institute of Cinematography.
For the past 17 years he has tremendously enjoyed being able to pursue his love for art in Switzerland. He has over 15 years computer graphic and illustrator experience. His image problem solving takes many forms that fit the clients’ needs. By combining various situations and objects into bold and interesting angles he is able to convey clear ideas to the viewer in a realistic manner. Most of his early work was in oils, but now he can achieve a similar look which is much faster and easily edited in the computer using his special techniques.