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07/07/15 Joe Morse’s Illustrations Adorn “Beloved”

The Folio Society has released a first-ever illustrated version of Toni Morrison's 1988 Pulitzer Prize–winning novel, “Beloved,” with images by Joe Morse. This is not the first time Joe has interpreted Morrison's work; in January 1998, he illustrated a Washington Post review of her book “Paradise.” Folio Society Art Director Sheri Gee says that the process of connecting him with the prestigious “Beloved” project was "more intuitive than anything else.” more »

04/14/15 Jared Andrew Schorr’s Marvelous Monsterbet

When artists take initiative and spearhead projects that showcase their passions, it can lead to opportunities that no one could predict. That's exactly what happened when Jared Andrew Schorr made a poster featuring a thoroughly modern (and totally adorable) monster alphabet. more »

11/11/14 Jun Cen’s animated Sumo illustrations for Grantland

Jun Cen was commissioned by Grantland ESPN to create a series of illustrations (Including an animated opener and two chapter head illustrations) to accompany a long form non-fiction feature The Sea of Crises written by Brian Philips. more »

10/07/14 Paul Rogers’ Distinctly Noirish Guide to Raymond Chandler’s L.A.

Paul, who has lived in L.A. his whole life, discovered Chandler's writing when he was in art school. “It's always been a little game among Chandler fans to de-code some of the locations in the books and scout out locations that haven't changed since these novels were first published in the 1940s,” he says of the impetus behind the project, which charts the locations frequented by Chandler's sleuth Philip Marlowe more »