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Going Global: Chuck Todd illustrations for Global Press Journal

By |August 3rd, 2017|Syndicated Content|

Since 2016 I have had the pleasure of creating illustrations for Global Press Journal, and in recent months I’ve been creating illustrations for GPJ Passport Podcasts on a variety of topics. It has been a joy working with the talented folks at GPJ including Cristi Hegranes (CEO and Founder), Krista Kapralos (Enterprise Editor) and on […]Going Global: Chuck Todd illustrations for Global Press Journal

My week @ The Illustration Academy 2017

By |July 19th, 2017|Syndicated Content|

My wife and two daughters gave me the best 50th birthday present ever: A week at the Illustration Academy in Kansas City! Learning, growing and pushing as an illustrator never stops. Getting instruction and inspiration from illustrators John English, George Pratt, Bill Carman and Bill Sienkiewicz, and Mark English, is a life changing experience. July […]My week @ The Illustration Academy 2017

Eastern Fox Squirrel illustration for Los Angeles Magazine

By |September 21st, 2015|Syndicated Content|

For the September issue of Los Angeles Magazine my illustration of a fox squirrel accompanies a Know Your Neighbor column by Jason G. Goldman. I have turned in artwork for October’s column and am looking forward to more wildlife illustrations for the monthly column. As they publish I’ll share. Here is the link to the column […]Eastern Fox Squirrel illustration for Los Angeles Magazine

Injustice: When justice attacked and rendered powerless

By |November 25th, 2014|Syndicated Content|

It seems that too often in America justice fails us. Yesterday’s grand jury announcement that there would be no criminal charges against the police officer who killed an unarmed 18-year-old named Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri sparked more rage, unrest, looting, riots and violence. Many more people were hurt and buildings destroyed in Ferguson. Unrest, protests and […]Injustice: When justice attacked and rendered powerless

Chuck Todd’s Smartphone Kill Switch artwork featured in newspapers; Huffington Post story

By |October 14th, 2014|Syndicated Content|

  I created this illustration for Bay Area News Group to go with a Dana Hull story on lock down technology used by Apple and other smartphone makers to thwart thieves from stealing private information from a cell phone.  In print the illustration ran in the San Jose Mercury News and in the Contra Costa Times in the TechMonday business section. […]Chuck Todd’s Smartphone Kill Switch artwork featured in newspapers; Huffington Post story

Who knew you could farm Abalone? Infographic explains sustainable farming of red abalone in Monterey Bay

By |March 31st, 2014|Syndicated Content|

Here is a graphic I created for Bay Area News Group that ran in print and online last week in the San Jose Mercury News, Oakland Tribune and the Contra Costa Times. Hidden from the view of tourists the Monterey Abalone Company is busy farming abalone under a municipal pier in Monterey. The natural and […]Who knew you could farm Abalone? Infographic explains sustainable farming of red abalone in Monterey Bay

Devin Farney Poster and CD cover for Brilliant Ideas, Advertising

By |January 17th, 2014|Syndicated Content|

Chuck Todd Illustration for Brilliant Ideas advertising for promotional material and CD cover “Introducing the Music of Devin Farney” Pencil and Photoshop. For this and more of my illustrations go to my Directory of Illustration portfolio: http://goo.gl/oQZCQq or visit my website: http://www.chucktodd.net Art direction by Briliiant Ideas, Advertising (copyright) For more on the music of […]Devin Farney Poster and CD cover for Brilliant Ideas, Advertising

Street Smarts: New technology changing the way drivers interact with their cars

By |December 2nd, 2013|Syndicated Content|

Street Smarts graphic and illustration by Chuck Todd created for the Monday, Dec. 2 TECHNOLOGY section in Bay Area News Group papers. Centerpiece design by Daymond Gascon (and the Street Smarts headline). Story by San Jose Mercury News writer Dan Nakaso. Cars are getting smarter and safer: From Toyota’s fuel cell concept car expected to […]Street Smarts: New technology changing the way drivers interact with their cars

JFK: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963

By |November 22nd, 2013|Syndicated Content|

JFK: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963 shocked the nation and forever changed the United States. I crafted this illustration on the 30-year anniversary of the assassination for The Springfield News-Leader. Although my illustration style has changed over the years, my feelings of sorrow and sense of loss I experienced […]JFK: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963

The Great Facebook Escape

By |November 17th, 2013|Syndicated Content|

A man tries to go cold turkey from Facebook for thirty days and and writes of his experience. Illustration by Chuck Todd for Bay Area News Group. For story by Sherman Turntine on his experience of trying to go 30 days without Facebook. I created this illustration using pencil, illustrator, and photoshop. The writer of […]The Great Facebook Escape