As if you need more reasons to visit, here are 103 New Reasons to Visit Hawaii with fun illustrations by VIDHYA NAGARAJAN for Hawai’i Magazine. “We looked high and low (and occasionally even underwater) to bring you the latest activities, sights and updates on popular favorites across the Islands. Can’t wait to visit!…
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Loving this piece that VIDHYA NAGARAJAN did for Calgary Herald’s Swerve Magazine. It’s an article about what to do about eating fresh tomatoes in winter. Is the canned tomato cutting it? “Although this winter has been kinder than most, the demands of seasonal eating seldom change. In our house, for example, having been …
Tags: Calgary Herald, canned tomatoes, cooking, food, illustration, seasonal eating, Swerve, tomatoes, vegetables, Vidhya Nagarajan
This was a fun illustration MICHAEL BYERS did for an article about tattoo removal and how scary it can be for Milwaukee Magazine – the article is called “That’s Tat.” Apparently it’s even more painful then getting a tattoo which is why Mike always says, if you have a tattoo you don’t like, …
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Beautiful new series by MICHAEL BYERS for Reader’s Digest for their Drama In Real Life feature. The article is called “Lost in the Arctic” about a man originally going on a hunting trip ended up with a broken snowmobile lost in the middle of the arctic. “In this unforgiving underpopulated part of Canada, …
Tags: arctic, Canada, hunting trip, illustration, Koonoo, michael byers, Reader's Digest
Moving illustration by VIDHYA NAGARAJAN for Cincinnati Magazine called “Letter From Katie: Lost Highway: When you talk to your 90-year-old mother on the phone, much can be revealed.” In this column, Katie talks about her mother, who now live miles away and suffers from dementia.
Tags: Cincinnati Magazine, dimentia, elderly, grandparents, illustration, old age, Vidhya Nagarajan
“In the perpetual race to appeal to millennials, the stories that alcohol brands use to market their products has unearthed a number of discernible profiles of the millennial drinker—from the Traditionalist to the Basic. Christopher Ross on Big Booze’s Brat …
Tags: alcohol, booze, drinking, illustration, millenials, Vidhya Nagarajan
Loving this subject, here’s a great new opener for Honolulu Magazine by VIDHYA NAGARAJAN called “Ramblin’ Road” “a pinball adventure that started with a bet with singer Arlo Guthrie over a pinball game in Missouri, then ricocheted through the decades to Kailua-Kona and Honolulu.” Also, a drop cap. Enjoy!
Tags: A Ramlin' Road, games, honolulu magazine, illustration, pinball, Vidhya Nagarajan
I’ve been dying to share this piece by JEREMY ENECIO originally commissioned by Guitar World. It’s a portrait of Trivium from their new album Silence In The Snow. It’s beautiful yet a bit eerie at the same time.
Tags: Guitar World, illustration, jeremy enecio, metal, music, musicians, rock, Silence In The Snow, Trivium
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LCM ARTISTS | RORY KURTZ & CHRISTOPHER NIELSEN ACCEPTED INTO COMMUNICATION ARTS ILLUSTRATION ANNUAL 57
We are so incredibly proud to share that RORY KURTZ & CHRISTOPHER NIELSEN‘s work have been selected by the 2016 jury to appear in Illustration Annual 57, the May/June 2016 issue of Communication Arts. Rory Kurtz’s David Bowie piece, originally commissioned by Rolling Stone will be featured in the Editorial Category, while …
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