Today brings us one day closer to the event of the season! Workbook's Creative Carnival is set to delight the senses with great food, great entertainment, and great art, all for a great cause.
Meet a few more artists on the list of attendees set to lend their artistic talent to the evening festivities.
illustrations have appeared as covers and interior pieces for most major publications, including TIME
, Sports Illustrated,
and MAD magazine.
In addition to his numerous awards, he has illustrated books with Jerry Seinfeld, Mel Brooks, and Carl Reiner, appearing on the New York Times
Best Seller List. A frequent lecturer and educator, he recently received his Honorary Doctorate Degree. He lives and works in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
is Co-Owner of Havoc Media Design. Antonio is a talented artist who is passionate about painting, photography, drawing, and all facets of graphic design. Since 1989, Antonio has designed and created artwork for the Grateful Dead. Over 160 illustrated backstage passes, numerous t-shirt designs, logos, and sketches have been produced for the band. A series of his backstage passes is on display in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Over the course of twenty years, Antonio has also worked for the ABC television, New York Yankees, Rhino Records, Syfy, Fox Network, Dr. Oz, Queen Latifah, Discover
magazine, Penguin Books, New York Container Terminal, Staten Island Film Festival, Historic Richmondtown, Port Authority of NY/NJ, New York Shipping Association, and many other clients.
As a graduate of Pratt Institute with a BFA, Communications and Design and the David Passalacqua School of Illustration, Antonio is versed in many forms of art. In addition to his art and design studio he also teaches photography at Wagner College. Recently Antonio was included in an exhibit at the New York Historical Society in New York City and a show at POP International Gallery, Soho, where they featured many pieces of artwork he created for the Grateful Dead. He is currently represented by POP International Gallery. Antonio lives in Staten Island with his wife and two children. He enjoys sketching on location, visiting museums, and running.
Mary Lynn Blasutta
has been an illustrator for thirty-five years. Growing up in Columbus, Ohio, and graduating from Columbus College of Art and Design and attending classes at SVA, she started out as an editorial art director in New York City, and a few years later transitioned into illustration. One of her largest projects was for covers of Nynex Yellow Pages for the East Coast in the '90s, from the White House to Maine, completing almost 1000 covers over four years. Now her work includes editorial, book cover, retail, design, animation, and a new passion, printmaking.
is an illustrator specializing in reportage work with a fashionable flair. Her clients include Brooks Brothers, Lord & Taylor, Paul Stuart, the Hyatt Hotel, JP Morgan & Chase Co., and others. She also teaches drawing and illustration at Parsons, Pratt, and the Dalvero Academy. Veronica is the president of Studio 1482 and the author of One Drawing a Day
and One Watercolor a Day
, both featuring the work of herself and the other Studio 1482 illustrators. In 2011, she was nominated as the North American representative to the Canson Prix, and her work was shown at the Louvre.
started his illustration career in 1998 working primarily with licensed characters for the toy and game industry. Clients included Hasbro, Nickelodeon, and Lego. About eight years ago his focus shifted to promoting his own fun and unique style. Gary has illustrated advertising and educational campaigns for the likes of Con Agra, the USDA, the U.S. Forestry Service, and Boston Duck Tours. He's also illustrated over twenty-five books and is a regular contributor to Time For Kids, Jack and Jill,
lives and works in New York City. She enjoys drawing on location and in the studio using various media, from pen and ink to pastel and watercolor. She especially enjoys drawing the figure. She graduated from Parsons School of Design with a BFA, Illustration. Present and past clients include The Economist Group, Daily Candy, Coty, and Redken. She currently freelances full time at the Economist Group as a graphic designer and illustrator. She will also participate in a group art exhibit for the second time at Mystic Seaport Museum in 2015. She is thrilled to be advertising with Workbook this year.
For more information on this year's creative carnival, click here.
If you're interested in attending, contact us at (323) 769-3136 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creative Carnival poster created by Bill Mayer.