We are excited to share some of our latest portfolio updates with you. Please take a moment to see what these amazing artists have been up to!
Spectrum is celebrating its 18th anniversary , and we are so happy to have the opportunity to announce that several talented Morgan Gayninites have been included in this year’s book. Thank you to Spectrum for this wonderful acknowledgment!
Our newest artist, Victo Ngai, has also had two images selected:
And you’ll also see this arresting image by Steven Tabbutt:
Congratulations to all! It is a pleasure to view such a diversity of terrific work.
Rene Milot’s stunning surrealistic work has been turning a lot of heads lately (please see yesterday’s post about his recent inclusion in the Society of Illustrators), and we thought it would be great to post some new images with our friends at the Altpick.
Please take a look at Rene’s updated portfolio here.
Ladies and gentlemen, the Society of Illustrators has announced the winners for its 53rd exhibition, and Morgan Gaynin is excited to announce that we have had a number of our artists included this year!
Pete Ryan’s conceptual piece from Las Vegas Weekly has been accepted into the editorial category:
And Carlo Stanga’s stunning MTA poster has been accepted into the institutional category:
Congratulations, gentlemen! We are certain that we will see your work at the Society many times to come.
Additionally, we are pleased to share that Beppe Giacobbe has had two pieces accepted. ‘N’Drangheta’ will be featured in the editorial show:
and ’20 Years’ has been accepted into the institutional category:
A. Richard Allen had his book cover and the interior for “Bratt Farrar” accepted into the sequential category:
Steven Tabbutt’s ‘Dogwood’ from his recent ABC book has been accepted into the book category:
Rene Milot’s mysterious gentleman has been accepted into the advertising category:
And John Thompson’s image ‘One Cow’ has been accepted in unpublished:
Congratulations to all!
The fine folks at Creative Quarterly 21 have announced their winners, and MGI is proud to announce that we have had 3 of our awesome artists selected for inclusion. High fives!
In the illustration category, we had two winners. Congratulations are in order for Rene Milot:
And Judith Drews:
Additionally, in the fine art category, we have this terrific piece by Lisa Adams, which has been lauded as a ‘runner up’:
Thank you to the talented team at Creative Quarterly, and congratulations to Rene, Judith, and Lisa!
Morgan Gaynin has a wonderful presence in both Communication Arts and Luerzer’s 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide! We are thrilled that these prestigious publications have recognized members of our group once again.
Anson Liaw had two images accepted into this year’s Luerzer’s:
Steven Tabbutt’s atmospheric piece is also included:
Valeria Petrone did had 5 of her United Airlines images featured prominently in Communcation Arts’:
She also had this charming (and oh-so-true) image included:
Rene Milot’s glorious pieces for the Cincinnati Opera prove to be quite arresting:
Katherine Dunn’s emotive beauty stands proud:
And a terrific conceptual piece of Beppe Giacobbe’s is also on display:
Congratulations to all!
We are appreciative of the tremendous promotional support that Theispot offers its members, so it was an honor when Jami Giovanopoulis invited us to design a full page ad with four of our MGI/Theispot illustrators for “Print Magazine”. Our page made such an impact that we received prime placement opposite the Table of Contents.
Rene Milot wowed us once again with yet another award for his ferociously furry little friend. CAPIC Xpose, the annual show for the Canadian Association of Photographers and Illustrators in Communication, recently informed him that the little critter has been selected for inclusion by their jury. Congratulations Rene!
We recently learned that four of our talented artists, Katherine Dunn, Rene Milot, Valeria Petrone, and Beppe Giacobbe, have been selected to appear in the Communication Arts Illustration Annual. What an honor!
Katherine was thrilled to have her beautiful image of a mother and child accepted:
Beppe’s distinctive graphic cover for a French publisher will surely catch the eye:
Valeria had a whopping 6 images accepted! A series of 5 for the United Airlines campaign and a charming single image:
And Rene’s increasingly popular killer bunny will be escorted into the annual by these two gorgeous women:
Congratulations to all!
In the Fine Art category, Steven Tabbutt won the Gold, Silver, and two merit awards for his stunning surrealist pieces. He also took home two merit awards in the Illustration category.
Gold, Fine Art:
Silver, Fine Art:
Sylvie Daigneault’s wonderful Pierrot took the Silver in the Illustration category, from which she’s also received a runner-up.
Carlo Stanga’s gorgeous cityscape, commissioned for the MTA, received the Gold medal in the Illustration category.
And we also see the epic return of Rene Milot’s scary bunny, which won Best in Show in the Illustration category. The little killer also persuaded the judges to award Rene additional merit and runner-up awards.
Best of Show, Illustration:
The medal and merit winners will be published in Creative Quarterly 15 and all winners, including our runners-up, will be featured online. Currently, you can see a list of all the talented winners here.
And congratulations to all!