The Art of Illustration

Illus­tra­tors artic­u­late what a pho­to­graph can­not. Using an array of tech­niques and styles, illus­tra­tors evoke sto­ries and mean­ing in a vari­ety of medi­ums, from edi­to­r­ial illus­tra­tion in mag­a­zines and news­pa­pers, to comics books, to activist media.


And as their tasks over the years have become less infor­ma­tional and more expres­sive, their indi­vid­ual voice as artists becomes all the more crit­i­cal and beau­ti­ful, reveal­ing an excit­ing and awe-inspiring age of illustration.


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