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January 3, 2018

A. Richard Allen illustrated the “Long Read” for the Guardian recently - this one by Devorah Baum on the unbearable burden of guilt… and why we can’t seem to let it go. (more)

May 17, 2017

A. Richard Allen’s “Trump Wave” for The Sunday Telegraph has earned him the 2017 Editorial Illustration Award and Moira Gemmill Illustrator of the Year from the V&A Illustration Awards, the UK’s most prestigious annual competition. (more)

November 18, 2016

A Richard Allen’s illustration for page one of the Telegraph newspaper's Money Section explores recent political events and their potential financial impact on the UK. (more)

September 20, 2016

A. Richard Allen illustrated a new edition of the classic novel “Love Lies Bleeding” for the Folio Society.  The project included a wraparound cover, an inside cover map and seven internal plates. (more)

June 6, 2016

A Richard Allen created two more illustrations for regular client, The Wall Street Journal: the first, on 529 college funds, uses a piggy bank with a mortarboard to make the visual point: (more)

March 7, 2016

A. Richard Allen shares a couple of ursine illustrations, in honor of The Revenant as well as the prevailing investment climate.  One for The Telegraph, with a nod to Giorgio de Chirico: (more)

March 1, 2016

A. Richard Allen shares a recent batch of cover illustrations for UK publication Telegraph Money. The Government introduced tax legislation to snuff out the buy-to-let market: (more)

January 26, 2016

A. Richard Allen's formatted illustrations were done for a series of book covers for international academic institution/ publisher Macat. Richard’s talent for visual problem solving and collaborative thinking came in handy when visualizing titles that deal with philosophy, history, anthropology and sociology. (more)

January 25, 2016

A. Richard Allen's fine line makes for excellent portrait illustration, as The New Yorker has demonstrated many times. Here are a few examples from recent months. Sir Ian McKellen & Sir Patrick Stewart in Samuel Beckett's “Waiting for Godot”:



January 20, 2016

A. Richard Allen regularly illustrates Chef Tim Hayward's Financial Times Weekend food column. This was for a considered piece about coffee: an assessment of current brew quality as well as remembrance of cups past. (more)