Monthly Archives: March 2011

650 Red and White Quilts

Here’s a nice New York story: Joanna Semel Rose collected so many red and white quilts over the years, sometimes when they were used to wrap other items she bought at flea markets, that she didn’t know how many she … Continue reading

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The Great Illustrator Pictionary Challenge!

I was joined Monday night by illustrators Bri Hermanson, Daniel Hertzberg, and Daniel Fishel in a game of Illustrator Pictionary!  I now present to you the Illustrator Pictionary Challenge, in which I post some of the evening’s drawings, minus the … Continue reading

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An illustration for every occasion

Here at Alison Stephen Illustration, we offer an illustration for every occasion, like that time your Dad’s girlfriend gave you her like-new combo clothes washer/dryer, and it fit just perfectly in your Brooklyn kitchen, and instead of spending your evenings … Continue reading

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“Riding the Long Wave”

See my illustration out now for a book excerpt, “Riding the Long Wave,” in the Earth Island Journal.  Editor/Art Director Jason Mark asked for something dreamy and naturalistic to go with this passage, which meditates on the passing of time … Continue reading

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Illaborating on Heaven and Hell

Here is another collaborative illustration David Hollenbach and I did on Illaborate. What fun!

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