Having worked with several independent authors of late I am struck by the opportunities and difficulties in the arena of book publishing today. With on demand printing it has become possible for anyone to self publish a book with no cost up front. You create the artwork, set the inside of the book and save […]
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Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud tonyiat contributed a whooping 10 entries.
Shahn was a brilliant artist and illustrator, who to be blunt could draw his ass off. Simple lines captured both the human form and emotion in a way you rarely see. He was born in Lithuania in 1898 into a family of Jewish craftsmen. His father’s anti-czarist activities forced the family to immigrate to the […]
I’ve put up a new website for my cartoon and illustration work, specifically focusing on my niche in that market, humorous illustrations. It a custom WordPress theme I created, simple, clean, ad responsive, tied into a Facebook Page, Tumblr and Twitter.
Been helping Paul Yandoli get a up a new site featuring his amazing photography. Check out paulyandoliphoto.com
Betsy was a dear friend who’s artwork should be remembered and shown more on the internet. This excerpt is from inxart.com: Betsy Scheld was an energetic young illustrator who worked in New York and contributed to INX until January 1996, when at the age of 32 she died from spinal meningitis. She received a BFA […]
Pascale Victor is a social worker in the boro of Queens in New York City. I had the pleasure of helping her with her book, both in print and kindle form, and her new WordPress website, pascalevictor.com. Her book is an intriguing look into the dedication and heartbreak that go hand in hand with her […]
The use of mobile devices to access the Internet is becoming the medium of choice, with more than two-thirds (69 percent) of all Internet users surveyed doing so daily, according to Mobile Web Watch 2012, a study of consumers in Europe, Latin America and South Africa conducted by Accenture (NYSE: ACN). In addition, consumers are […]
I have a wonderful new client, ubmfuturecities.com. A website branded as the Global Community for 21st Century City Decision Makers. Articles, blogs and interactivity with the readership, please check it out it’s phenomenonal. Link to a Tony Iatridis Cartoon on UBM. NYC Art Director, Tony Iatridis
Another installment for the UBM future cities website. I thought it was interesting to use this visual for a story that was in favor of an urban composting initiative. Curious how something which would be a negative aspect in the real world, can be kind of cute in a cartoon… isn’t it?
My friend Carol has self-published a book of her clever humor column, ‘Smirk’. You can read some sample chapters on the site as well. Have a look at her new website: Smirk – A compilation of humor columns & cartoons by Carol Nelson Falcone
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