Creative Chris Gall wanted to be an illustrator ever since the 7th grade when he won an award for writing and art, after developing his skills in college he began work professionally illustrating and he hasn’t looked back since. His workings are bold and stand alone with crisp black shading used to add detail and definition onto a strong pallet of strong colors, the craft of working is evident from the moment the imagery hits the eye. Today we have an untitled set of workings by Gall which hold a running theme of working men / the working class man and offer a gripping new crisp presentation of an old style of illustrating, its almost a recycled technique if you like. A consistent winner of various world renounced awards Chris Gall is an established creative with many fans the world over, for more views of his illustrated workings and more head over to his personal page via the link bellow.
Publishers Weekly Best Children’s Book 2009 (Dinotrux) Kirkus Best Children’s Book 2008 (Mars) Borders Original Voices nominee 2006 (Dear Fish) Publisher’s Weekly Best Children’s Book list 2004 (America the Beautiful) Communication Arts Magazine — Multiple Awards of Excellence Print Magazine Design Annual Awards (multiple) Art Directors Club of New York Award of Merit (multiple) Society of Illustrators – An exhibitor in the prestigious annual show almost every year since 1987 Society of Newspaper Design Award of Excellence Horizons of Flight juried Aviation Art Exhibition Spectrum Fantastic Art Annual (multiple)
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