4444 Upton Ave S.
Minneapolis, MN 55410
Eric Hanson has been an illustrator and writer for more than twenty years. His artwork has appeared in the New Yorker, McSweeney's, Rolling Stone, Outside, Vanity Fair, Spy, Oprah, Bloomberg, the Wall Street Journal, the Atlantic, House Beautiful, the New York Times, Travel & Leisure, Gourmet, Wig Wag, the Believer and other publications. His work has appeared regularly in juried annuals from Communication Arts, Society of Publication Designers, Luerzer’s Archive (200 Best Illustrators Worldwide,) Print, I.D., A.I.G.A., and American Illustration. Design clients include, Aesthetic Apparatus, Duffy, Robert Valentine, Fallon, Lucy Sisman, Paul Davis, Louise Fili, Kate Spade, Barney's, Ronn Campisi, Tolleson, Philographica, Landor and many others in North America, Europe and Japan. He has designed product lines for Willams Sonoma and Target, and illustrated book covers and endpapers for Alfred A. Knopf, Farrar Straus & Giroux, New York Review Books, Chronicle, Random House and Pantheon. He has been guest lecturer and featured speaker at Minneapolis College of Art and Design and CVA. He's served as an MFA advisor and an adjunct professor of illustration/professional practice at MCAD. He is the author of A Book of Ages (Harmony/Random House, 2008)