Arroyo, Eduardo (1937- ) - Portrait of the Writer James Joyce
Eduardo Arroyo is a Spanish painter and graphic artist. He is also active as an author and set designer. Arroyo, who was born in Madrid, studied art in his home city, but left Spain in 1958 because of his basic contempt for the regime of Francisco Franco (when Salvador Dalí came to terms with Franco in his old age, Arroyo later described him as a "whore") and even lost his Spanish citizenship in 1974 (which he got back two years later, a year after the death of the Caudillo). In Paris, he…
James Joyce by David Levine
This gallery showcases illustrations drawn for The New York Review by five artists: David Levine, whose more than 3,500 caricatures have illuminated articles pu
★★★BOOK COVER REVIEW ★★★ Dubliners by James Joyce The cover transports the reader to a time when a great city is still becoming. Dublin, an Irish town then, depicts a small community atmosphere of the countryside blending with the growing city's periphery. All in all, the cover is very well illustrated and complimented by the earthy colors. Spread the love, Eva Márquez
Emma Ridgway on Behance
Emma graduated from University College Falmouth in 2009 with a BA (Hons) Degree in Illustration. Since then, she has worked with a range of clients in Amsterdam, New York and London. Outside of commissioned work, she continues to create personal projects, from zines and handmade books to comics, collages and portraits.