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Collection by Mark Stanczyk • Last updated 6 days ago

Mark Stanczyk
Illustration by Bob Peak from "The Promise" by Robert A. Knowlton, in Good Housekeeping magazine, April American Illustration, Illustration Art, Bob Peak, Pulp Art, Retro Art, Cover Art, Art Inspo, Illustrators, Graphic Art


When I was an young and ignorant wannabe cartoonist long before I discovered illustrators, I knew who Bob Peak was. His drawings on My Fair Lady, Camelot, and numerous other movie posters and TV Guide covers were things that I had seen…and they impressed me tremendously. As I learned a bit more about art and the wonderful talents that worked in the field of illustration, Bob Peak still remained one of the giants for me. The sublime designs and the his spontaneous approach to the drawings…

Puritan - Menswear Ad - Drawing/illustration art by Bob Peak Ink Illustrations, Art And Illustration, Figure Drawing, Life Drawing, Storyboard, Bob Peak, Fairy Tail Drawing, Collages, Eyes Artwork


Thomas Peak is raising funds for THE DRAWINGS OF BOB PEAK - NEW BOOK! on Kickstarter! A New Book "THE DRAWINGS OF BOB PEAK" with never before seen Drawings from the Legendary Master of Movie and Illustration Art Bob Peak.

View Family gathered at dining room table illus. for McCalls Magazine by Bernard Bernie Fuchs on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Bernard Bernie Fuchs. Fuchs Illustration, Ad Art, Portraits, Illustrations, Art Day, Painting Inspiration, Art History, Vintage Art, Character Design

Fuchs Small Favor

A Small Favor, nov 1965 mc calls THis pic comes from the illustration house. I do have a tear sheet though and will scan that in soon.

Cocktail Reception, 1957 - Art by Bob Peak/Cosmopolitan Magazine. Art And Illustration, American Illustration, Vintage Illustrations, Comic Kunst, Comic Art, Bob Peak, Commercial Art, Art Inspo, Rock And Roll


check out the swanky illustrations of, BOB PEAK 1927-1992 ABOUT Bob Peak was one of the most prolific and flamboyant illustrators of the 20th century, he revolutionized advertising in the film industry and is considered the “Father of the modern movie poster.” He totally transformed the approach to movie advertising from basic collages of film stills or head shots to colorful flowing illustrations. In 1961United Artist hired Peak to design the poster for “West Side Story.” Using his flashy…

Native Americans on horseback in front of mountainous landscape by Bernard (Bernie) Fuchs on artnet Time Painting, Figure Painting, Painting & Drawing, Fuchs Illustration, American Illustration, Landscape Artwork, Portraits, Winter Landscape, Western Art

Hitesh Durgani: Photo

Art | Illustrations | Sculptures. None of these photos are mine unless stated. If you own a photo featured here and you don’t want it to be, contact me and I’ll delete it or give the credit. No copyright infringement intended.

As a kid trying to learn to draw simple drawings fascinated me, which was why I love comic books. Another source that I copied over and o. Business Illustration, Illustration Art, Vintage Illustrations, Magazine Illustration, Fashion Illustrations, Storyboard, Bob Peak, Visual And Performing Arts, Retro Art


My earliest emotional memory of a comic book was as the age of five slamming shut in terror a story about a caveman fighting a giant octopus; I had no idea at the time that the cartoonist would have such an impact on my life and career. The story was by Joe Kubert in one of the issues of Tor. At 10 or 11 I remember discovering another series that seemed head and shoulders about whatever else I saw in comics in those days. That's was Joe's Viking Prince. I was just beginning to doodle in…

Albert Dorne had a wretched childhood. He was born in the slums of New York and grew up in poverty, suffering from tuberculosis, malnutrit. Guy Drawing, Figure Drawing, Drawing Reference, Character Art, Character Design, Character Sketches, Magazine Illustration, Illustration Art, Future Artist


Albert Dorne had a wretched childhood. He was born in the slums of New York and grew up in poverty, suffering from tuberculosis, malnutrition and heart disease. Fatherless, he quit school after 7th grade to support his mother, two sisters and younger brother. He tried everything to feed his family, from selling newspapers on a street corner to prize fighting to working on a shipping dock. One of the things I like about Dorne is that he had all the credentials for life as a thug, yet the…