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October 3, 2017

Randy Glass shares the first two of what is envisioned as an on-going illustrated portrait series for Washington Lawyer magazine. The Wall Street Journal stipple style was a natural choice for portraying commentator George Will and Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. (more)

July 14, 2017

Randy Glass was recently commissioned by AT&T to create graphite portraits of Alexander Graham Bell and about two dozen additional people of significance to their history. (more)

June 12, 2017

Randy Glass shares a few of his most recent pen and ink portrait illustrations for The Wall Street Journal, using the unmistakable “hedcut” style. First, a portrait of Xi Jinping, the President of the People’s Republic of China:  (more)

February 23, 2017

Randy Glass illustrated the cover for The Criterion Collection’s brand new, digital restoration of Howard Hawks’ 1940 classic, “His Girl Friday” starring Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell. Randy managed to emulate the pen & ink drawing style popular in newspapers at that time. (more)

September 13, 2016

Randy Glass looked back through his archives to find four separate occasions that he employed his signature “hedcut” style to illustrate portraits of actor Tom Hanks for the Wall Street Journal(more)

September 29, 2015

Randy Glass was invited by writer/designer Chip Kidd to participate in creating a cover for his DC Comics’ limited series, “Batman: Black and White.”  (more)

July 27, 2015

Randy Glass was commissioned by the Smithsonian Museum of American History to illustrate a series of portraits for their new permanent exhibit, “American Enterprise,” which opened to the public on July 1st. (more)

April 22, 2015

Randy Glass’s illustration of the Earth wearing a gas mask somehow landed him an Ortega Salsa ad a couple of months later. Must have been the garlic…? (more)

November 21, 2012

Randy Glass was commissioned by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to create a pen & ink stipple interpretation of Ottavio Leoni’s iconic portrait of Caravaggio, to be used as a focal point in the installation of a new exhibit, “Bodies and Shadows: Caravaggio and His Legacy.” (more)

July 11, 2011

Randy Glass is the reigning genius behind the Wall Street Journal’s signature ‘hedcut’ portraits.  As such, he has traced the career of actor Daniel Radcliffe since he skyrocketed to stardom at the age of 12 with the first installment of the Harry Potter series in 2001. (more)