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January 4, 2017

Theispot is proud to host a wide selection of top editorial talent.  These artists have worked for virtually every magazine and newspaper in the US, as well as internationally.  We’ve chosen just a few ‘best of the best’ to represent this section.  Explore each of these featured Editorial illustrations in depth by clicking on the links below. (more)

July 21, 2016

Lou Brooks Stock Collection was the go-to resource for Hospitals & Health Networks magazine when they needed a funny, fast, full page illustration on the serious topic of interoperability. (more)

February 8, 2016

Lou Brooks’ illustration for the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in Emmy Magazine puts his unique retro spin on very modern technology. (more)

October 2, 2015

Lou Brooks’ perky cowgirl illustration makes for jaw-dropping, fender-bending, 14 foot tall roadside signage at the unapologetically retro Thom’s Market in Austin, TX. (more)

October 7, 2013

Lou Brooks rolls out his vampire-themed illumination for Lamp-in-a-Box, just in time for Halloween! (more)

April 16, 2012

Lou Brooks illustrated an article entitled "He Says She Says" for The Wall Street Journal, about couples that spend a lifetime together, only to find out their retirement dream worlds are very different. (more)

April 11, 2012

Lou Brooks has been on a Wall Street Journal binge lately; here's his latest front page opener for Monday's Journal Report. (more)

October 5, 2011

Lou Brooks clearly relished this assignment from Briefings, a drop-dead gorgeous magazine with a relatively modest readership consisting exclusively of the top corporate CEOs of the world. The magazine strives to offer them insight into issues that CEOs face every day. (more)

September 19, 2011

Lou Brooks mesmerized the readers of this month’s Psychology Today magazine with his amusing retro illustrations for a feature called, “The Art of Influence.” First, a double page opener, complete with handsome wood grain title: (more)

August 15, 2011

Lou Brooks is honored to have his classic portrait of The Village People included in the Society of Illustrators’ upcoming blockbuster, “Rolling Stone and the Art of the Record Review.” (more)