MICHAEL HOEWELER

I had the pleasure of working with @iamrumz on portraits of 6…

I had the pleasure of working with @iamrumz on portraits of 6...

I had the pleasure of working with @iamrumz on portraits of 6...

I had the pleasure of working with @iamrumz on portraits of 6...

I had the pleasure of working with @iamrumz on portraits of 6...

I had the pleasure of working with @iamrumz on portraits of 6...

I had the pleasure of working with @iamrumz on portraits of 6...

I had the pleasure of working with @iamrumz on portraits of 6 different interpretations of Frankenstein’s “monsterâ€. They were made for his digital publication, The Completist, to accompany an article that dissects several interpretations of the Frankenstein story created during 1950′s, 60′s, and 70′s by British film company Hammer Film Productions.

Go check the story and the illustrations out!

Thanks again to my art director, Rumsey Taylor, for everything. This assignment was an appropriately spooky blast to work on!

michaelhoeweler: I am honored to share a new poster I…

michaelhoeweler:

I am honored to share a new poster I illustrated for Project 2021, available for purchase now! 

In this piece, I wanted to illuminate & connect current refugee experiences. For many people today, immigration is an act of survival. It’s a reality that we need to understand and address in order to prevent further suffering. 

All profits from the print’s sales will be donated to the National Immigration Law Center, a great organization working to advocate for, advise and promote effective policy measures on behalf of, and defend the rights of immigrants and immigrant communities in the United States.

I’m very grateful to have been involved in this project & to have had the opportunity to make something that addresses this crisis. I also owe a huge thank you to Sarah Olin for thinking of me for this, for inviting me to participate, and for art directing me. It means so much.

Purchase the print here: https://www.project2021.com/#product‘>https://www.project2021.com/#product‘>https://www.project2021.com/#product‘>https://www.project2021.com/#product-5921a7366b8f5b3edd165a8c

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I am honored to share a new poster I illustrated for Project…

I am honored to share a new poster I illustrated for Project 2021, available for purchase now! 

In this piece, I wanted to illuminate & connect current refugee experiences. For many people today, immigration is an act of survival. It’s a reality that we need to understand and address in order to prevent further suffering. 

All profits from the print’s sales will be donated to the National Immigration Law Center, a great organization working to advocate for, advise and promote effective policy measures on behalf of, and defend the rights of immigrants and immigrant communities in the United States.

I’m very grateful to have been involved in this project & to have had the opportunity to make something that addresses this crisis. I also owe a huge thank you to Sarah Olin for thinking of me for this, for inviting me to participate, and for art directing me. It means so much.

Purchase the print here: https://www.project2021.com/#product‘>https://www.project2021.com/#product‘>https://www.project2021.com/#product‘>https://www.project2021.com/#product-5921a7366b8f5b3edd165a8c

I am very excited to share with you the illustration I made for…

I am very excited to share with you the illustration I made for...

I am very excited to share with you the illustration I made for the newest issue of Newsweek Magazine! With creative direction by Michael Goesele, I created a triple portrait as the opener for the cover feature. My illustration serves as a veristic likeness of three generals: from left to right, John F. Kelly, H. R. McMaster, and James Mattis.

The illustration was originally intended to occupy a full page space, but was later converted into a spread. My unending appreciation and gratitude to my amazing creative director, Michael Goesele!

calsteinbeck: hmspoofta: I’m slowly turning into this Trixie…

calsteinbeck:

hmspoofta:

I’m slowly turning into this Trixie Mattel caricature of twink culture.

@teenblunder where is the lie?

This is related to my illustration practice somehow.

Well, it’s at least a glimpse into my sense of humor.

I made a slew of illustrations for the April issue of Inc….

I made a slew of illustrations for the April issue of Inc....

I made a slew of illustrations for the April issue of Inc....

I made a slew of illustrations for the April issue of Inc....

I made a slew of illustrations for the April issue of Inc....

I made a slew of illustrations for the April issue of Inc....

I made a slew of illustrations for the April issue of Inc. Magazine, like these ones above. I shared the portraits for this assignment last month, but I thought I would also share the spots!

Each of the spots accompanied the annotated schedules of 3 different CEOs, including Luke Sherwin from Casper, Neil Blumenthal from Warby Parker, and Cal Henderson from Slack.

My thanks again to my art director, Kristin Lenz! This assignment was fun to work on and I loved getting to draw a shirtless Hugh Jackman