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Thomas Ehretsmann - Wilson Revisited, Princeton Al
Thomas Ehretsmann has created yet another amazing portrait. This one was commission by Princeton Alumni Weekly who needed a piece to accompany an article about their famous and influential alumni, Woodrow Wilson." A member of the Class of 1879, Wilson spent 24 of his 67 years at the University, as a
Stimulate Your Senses
RSAR Newsletter Stimulate Your Senses
Dongyun Lee - Exceptional Performance: A nonrenewa
Dongyun Lee was commissioned by Deloitte University Press to illustrate a spread illustration for their 18th issue! The article goes into detail the one element that companies should not only seek out but maintain at all costs, exceptional performance. Read the entire article here!
Thomas Ehretsmann - The Long Story of Leading From
The Atlantic commissioned Thomas Ehretsmann to illustrate portraits of Nixon and Kissinger for an article about the two larger-than-life characters' foreign policy in the depths of Cold War. A little more to know and the infamous duo. Dark times call for dark portraiture, Ehretsmann's beautiful piec
Niklas Asker - January/February, ACC Docket
Niklas Asker was commissioned recently to illustrate the January/February issue of ACC Docket. Hot off the presses, the cover story for this issue is titled, "Tone at the Top." Check it out!
The Art of Building
RSAR Newsletter The Art of Building
Thomas Ehretsmann - David Bowie, Le Monde
The world is talking about David Bowie's new album, "Blackstar" released on his 69th birthday and what is being called Bowie's first jazz ablum. Naturally, France's, Le Monde, was not going to miss this opportunity to print Thomas Ehretsmann's portrait of Bowie in this article. Le Monde describes t
Chris Gall - January/February 2016, Edible Baja Ar
Chris Gall illustrated the January/ February cover of Edible Baja Arizona. The magazine highlights the gastronomic experience for anyone in and around Tuscon. You can check out the entire digital version here! If you're in the area, check out where you can pick up a copy here!
Jason Seiler - Jaime Escalante Stamp, United State
Jason Seiler was commissioned by USPS to illustrate a portrait of Jaime Escalante, a teacher who is known for setting the record with the amount of his inner-city students who passed the AP Calculus exam. The stamp is finally coming out in 2016 28 years after the 1988 movie,"Stand and Deliver" told
Highlights of 2015
RSAR Newsletter Highlights of 2015
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