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April 19, 2017

Kevin Sproul’s graphic black and white scratchboard illustration style has put him in steady demand for rendering clear and memorable branding. A software company called Bomb Factory, which makes tools for musicians and songwriters, was happy this explosive logo: (more)

March 15, 2017

Kevin Sprouls shipped off his latest Wall Street Journal- style portrait illustration commissions to Gallup, Inc. the polling organization. “I have produced many pieces of art for this venerable institution over the last few years,” says Kevin. “I’m always glad to be hired by a client with historical significance.” (more)

March 1, 2017

Kevin Sprouls created the iconic album cover illustration for Foxygen’s second vinyl release, “We are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace and Magic.” The album was a hit, and Kevin’s image set off a tsunami of fan art, good, bad and just plain strange. (more)

December 20, 2016

Kevin Sprouts acknowledges the Holiday Season, as well as the long year that came before it, with this restful image. For good measures, he throws in an illustration for Martha Stewart Living, showing you the RIGHT way to put the lights on the Christmas tree… (more)

December 9, 2016

Kevin Sprouls' once again makes perfect sense of blurry source material with his crisp line illustration. Here, he demonstrates how to clean and season a cast iron pan for Rodale’s Organic Life magazine. (more)

June 14, 2016

Kevin Sprouls was commissioned to create a series of illustrations for the Burrishoole Yacht Club in Ireland, using the style that he pioneered for the Wall St. Journal many years ago. The images appear in a commemorative book for the club and have a suitably historical, 18th-century feel. The Pirate Queen: (more)

April 21, 2016

Kevin Sprouls was recently interviewed by a film crew from his alma mater, Temple University, on the topic of his Wall Street Journal illustration work.  (more)

March 29, 2016

Kevin Sprouls’ black and white stipple illustration style has been commissioned by The Wall Street Journal to portray some of the most colorful personalities around. Here are three TRIPLE portraits created over the years. (more)

February 9, 2016

Kevin Sprouls created a black and white portrait illustration of Jay Brooks, creator of the popular “Brooks on Beer” feature for the San Jose Mercury News. As requested, Kevin Wall-Street-Journalized Jay using his signature stipple “hedcut” style. (more)

July 28, 2015

Kevin Sprouls provided a series of color spot illustrations for Conde Nast Traveler magazine, to accompany a reader survey on Airport Domestic Lounges.  Kevin illustrated select opinions on various perks offered by competing airlines. (more)