Michael Hoeweler

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I am so humbled to have heard that the illustration I made for…

By |April 24th, 2018|Syndicated Content|

I am so humbled to have heard that the illustration I made for Project2021 to illuminate refugee experiences has been selected to appear in the American Illustration 37 annual book. I am very grateful to @american_illustration_winners and the jury for ...

Happy weekend, friends. Here are some of my recent My First Time…

By |April 1st, 2018|Syndicated Content|

Happy weekend, friends. Here are some of my recent My First Time portraits for Variety Magazine! They include Neil Patrick Harris, Dennis Quaid, Eugene Levy, and Andrew Lloyd Webber. It’s been wonderful getting to work on these pieces for the past cou...

Find A Butcher Counter That Looks Like This (for GQ Magazine)Art…

By |January 31st, 2018|Syndicated Content|

Find A Butcher Counter That Looks Like This (for GQ Magazine)Art direction by Martin SalazarHey friends! I made this illustration for a feature article in the February 2017 issue of GQ, titled “How To Be a Better, Smarter, Happier Meat Eaterâ€. I th...

I’m want to share my “Best Nine”, but instead…

By |December 30th, 2017|Syndicated Content|

I’m want to share my “Best Nineâ€, but instead of preselecting my nine most liked posts, I’ll pick out nine of the illustrations I made this year that I’m proud of or that I particularly liked making. I’m thankful for the opportunities I’ve had to make...

I am very excited to share the illustration I made of Ángel Di…

By |December 15th, 2017|Syndicated Content|

I am very excited to share the illustration I made of Ãngel Di María for Issue 12 of 8 by 8 Magazine! Many thanks to Robert Priest of Priest + Grace for his great art direction with this piece.This portrait accompanies a story about the manager of the ...

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

By |November 9th, 2017|Syndicated Content|

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 th...

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

By |October 29th, 2017|Syndicated Content|

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...

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

By |August 31st, 2017|Syndicated Content|

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

I am honored to share a new poster I illustrated for Project 2021available 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-5921a7366b8f5b3edd165a8c

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

By |August 17th, 2017|Syndicated Content|

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 l...