Category Archives: New work

Public Speaking Take 2

A few months ago I was asked by Pearson Education to illustrate the tenth edition of Public Speaking An Audience-Centered Approach. What was especially cool about this was that Pearson had also asked me to illustrate the ninth edition a few years a ...

Live the InterContinental Life Animations

For the past few months I’ve been teasing this project on my Instagram and I’m so pleased to finally share it. I was commissioned by Smith Creative Labs to illustrate 3 short animations for the InterContinental Hotel Group’s Live ...

New work for Four Seasons

I always enjoy working for Four Seasons magazine, I always learn something unexpected. Here are 3 new illustrations I did for them last month. ...

IMMERSIVE DRAWING WITH MENTAL CANVAS AND MICROSOFT

IMMERSIVE DRAWING WITH MENTAL CANVAS AND MICROSOFT - Veronica Lawlor
Above are some screen shots of a drawing of Central Park that I created digitally. The difference with this drawing is that it is totally immersive – you can move into it, pan around it, let it move past you – this is a dream come true for drafts ...

Homer’s Daughter

Homer’s Daughter | Veronica Lawlor
I recently received a commission from Kika Von Kluck, a performance artist and very dear friend, to create an illustration for a CD of her music that will be released this month: Human Observations in Space Time by Cyphered Threads. The song I ill ...

David Booth portrait

David Booth portrait | Greg Betza
I was commissioned by the Chicago Booth School of Business to create this portrait of alumni David Booth. His contribution, the largest gift to any business school in the world, led to having the school renamed after him. Here are some of the sketc ...

Article in The New England Quarterly

Digital Bliss

Digital Bliss | Eddie Peña
Digital Illustration created for an eighth grade unit on poetry and science. The art talks to our natural affinity to the digital. I really enjoyed working on this piece and the Art director was a pleasure to work with. This is one of a series of fiv ...

Danzante

I’m excited to share a project I worked on last year for the Danzante family of wines. Danzante, or dancing, was in the process of a brand redesign, including their labels, and I was asked to create drawings of dancers. Anyone who knows me or my wo ...

Scientific American WorldView

I’m excited to share some illustrations I created last month for Scientific American WorldView.  The 6 illustrations all had the common theme of biotechnology in New Jersey…and being from New Jersey I was rather proud to hear that the garden st ...

New work for Chicago Booth Magazine

Last month I was commissioned to illustrate a portrait of Mary Lou Gorno, alumnus of the University of Chicago, to accompany her interview about the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. I love doing portraits but most have been done as pr ...

New work for RCI

A few months back I was thrilled to get a call from RCI. I was commissioned to conceptualize and illustrate a gate fold insert and brochure for their vacation exchange service. It was challenging, but the team was great to work with and I’m really ...

Lancome Paris

My work of the Eiffel Tower is being featured on the LANCÔME website. It’s one of my favorite drawings I made  because it always brings me back to that moment in Paris.  What a beautiful place, I can’t wait to go back. ...

American Family Insurance

Last year I was commissioned to illustrate a national campaign for American Family Insurance. The illustrations focused on the linear path we take in life, how that path evolves over time, and how AFI can help you along the way. The illustrations wer ...

Lincoln at Le Meridien

If you happen to be staying at Le Meridien hotel in Arlington, Virginia, you can check out my drawing of Abraham Lincoln before going to sleep! Happy with how this one came out, the memorial is so sensitive and I wanted to convey that spirit in the ...
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