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March 27, 2017

John Roman’s years in the illustration business have left him with a clear-eyed view of the elements of pricing. He put together a list of 10 points to consider when pricing a job, which is available for reference on the PRINT magazine website.  (more)

January 30, 2017

John Roman’s book, The Art of Illustrated Maps, already hugely successful in the US, has been translated and was recently released in China. (more)

August 26, 2015

John Roman’s new book, The Art of Illustrated Maps, explores the history of creative cartography, presents how professional artists create illustrated maps, and showcases the works of contemporary map illustrators from around the world. Pre-Order a copy today in Bookstore for October delivery! (more)

April 21, 2015

John Roman doesn’t just create gorgeous illustrated maps… he wrote the book on them, literally! The Art of Illustrated Maps: A Complete Guide to Creative Mapmaking’s History, Process and Inspiration, written by John Roman, is available for pre-order right now in Bookstore. (more)

January 20, 2015

John Roman’s recently-released eBook, “50 Markets of Illustration” will be the focal point of an event on Saturday, January 31, from 1 to 5 p.m. at The Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA.  (more)

September 25, 2014

John Roman’s fantastically useful eBook, 50 Markets of Illustration, is now live and ready for download. The book covers a vast territory of prospective clients for illustrators and brings to light literally dozens of ways for artists to forge a career path. Buy the book here. (more)

June 15, 2012

John Roman’s essay for the Business column in the current Communication Arts Illustration Annual is titled, “45 Markets of Illustration.”  Read the full article on line here. (more)

April 8, 2011

John Roman’s illustration for the Fall 2010 issue of Columbia Magazine has recently been honored with two national awards. In January the art won an Award of Excellence from the Los Angeles Society of Illustrators, and in February it was chosen for inclusion into the 2011 Communication Arts Illustration Annual. (more)