Illustrator Greg Stevenson recently had the good fortune to work with art director Laura Baer of New Jersey Monthly Magazine. Six contributing authors give you the inside scoop on 16 hot (yet still affordable) towns in the state.Read More
Greg Stevenson created these instructional illustrations combining his playful doodles, line-work and hand lettering with a photo-collage approach for educational publisher Developmental Studies. SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics, and Sight Words) is a program for new and struggling readers from kindergarten through grade 12. The main criteria for the art was to decode the stories to visually assist the reader with comprehension.
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You must know a little pooch that needs a special holiday T-Shirt!
And half a dozen of these peace dove ornaments would look beautiful on any tree!
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Greg Stevenson recently worked on a large, yet to be unveiled project which featured this clean line art style. Feeling inspired by this and his love of Paris, Greg has created this map/infographic of Paris and spin-off poster designs. To see more visit Greg's portfolio here.
Combining Greg Stevenson's hand lettering, info graphic icons and layered photo-illustration adds a fun, upbeat mood to these stories of courage, art directed by Stephanie White. In this recurring feature, called A Year of Firsts 2014, meet and be inspired by the people who embraced a whole year of trying new things, whether facing fears or embracing change. Peruse more of Greg's illustration here.
Greg Stevenson was commissioned by the Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE) for their publication called The Positive Side. This illustration is about how a low viral load can cut the risk of HIV transmission was art directed by David Vereschagin to have an overall optimistic tone. Greg says, "The candle was meant to imply a ‘re-kindling” of desire in both partners (one positive and one negative) while practicing safety and awareness." Notice how the very subtle ('Rothko-esque') variations in the background add beautifully to the mood of the piece.
Feeling inspired by the subject matter, Greg went to town covering all the sinful bases with his first sketch (above)!
(we just thought you'd enjoy this behind the scenes sneak peek into Greg's process)
And this is the award winning cover art!
Ever have one of those days where you can't stop thinking about food? Literally. Greg Stevenson's hand lettering and flowing line technique made him the perfect choice for this conceptual piece, art directed by Jane Edwards Griffin (Griffin Design). The article 'Food for Thought' for Simon Fraser University's alumni publication, aq Magazine, talks about a massive renovation to the SFU dining hall and café in response to a survey in which 6,000 students were in favor of: wider variety, international flavors and healthier foods available around the clock.