Chuck Berry by DALE STEPHANOS
Marvin Gaye by DALE STEPHANOS
Otis Redding by DALE STEPHANOS
Dale Stephanos has been working as an illustrator since ninth grade.His work has appeared in publications such as Sports Illustrated, the New York Times, Rolling Stone and MAD Magazine.
Louis Jordan by BRIAN HOANG
Stevie Wonder by BRIAN HOANG
Brian Hoang is a freelance illustrator and comic creator who lives in Toronto, Ontario. He wrote and illustrated a three-volume graphic novel series titled Medicene
Johnny Cash by ROBERTO PARADA
Patsy Cline by ROBERTO PARADA
Sam Cooke by ROBERTO PARADA
Billie Holiday by ROBERTO PARADA
Buddy Holly by ROBERTO PARADA
Artist Roberto Parada has created oil portraits of famous politicians, musicians, and professional athletes for countless publications such as Time, Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone and Esquire.
James Brown by LUIS ALVES
Aretha Franklin by LUIS ALVES
Little Richard by LUIS ALVES
Luis Alves is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Madrid, Spain. In his artwork, he mixes patterns from old tiles and textiles to create a new image.
The Beatles by DENISE ESPOSITO target="_blank"
Carole King by DENISE ESPOSITO
Elvis Presley by DENISE ESPOSITO
Denise Esposito is a self-taught artist from Rome, Italy. She creates her portraits using traditional or mixed media.
Ray Charles by YURIY SHEVCHUK
Bob Marley by YURIY SHEVCHUK
Yuriy Shevchuk lives in Prague, Czech Republic, and creates his artwork using dripping, seeping paints and pastels. He has participated in numberous exhibitions, and his work is held in collections around the world.
Louis Armstrong by JOHN MATTOS
John Mattos has won over one hundred awards for graphic excellence from various graphic magazines and design organizations. He has taught at universities and colleges across the United States. Mattos designed the United States Postal Office's 2006 Olympic stamp.
The Beach Boys by CHRIS KASCH
UK based illustrator Chris Kasch's distinctive artwork has appeared in numberous magazines, including Esquire, Mojo, Rolling Stone and Vogue.
Bob Dylan by DAN BROWN
New York based artist Dan Brown has created illustrations for many institutions and publications, including the Smithsonian, National Geographic Society, Rolling Stone and Schollastic Books. His works hang in corporate and private collections across the United States.
Nat King Cole by MERRYL JAYE
After a successful career as a singer and songwriter, Los Angeles-based artist Merryl Jaye decided to pursue a full-time career as a painter. Her background in music is a major factor in her ability to capture the emotion of the live performance of jazz greats.
Ella Fitzgerald by GARY KELLEY
Gary Kelley's illustrations have appeared in magazines such as The New Yorker and Rolling Stone. He has worked for the NFL and the NBA. Kelley has also illustrated a number of picture books. He was inducted into the Society of Illustrators (NY) Hally of Fame in 2007.
Curtis Mayfield by ANDREA VENTURA
Award-winning illustrator Andrea Ventura's work has appeared in international books, newspapers and magazines such as Harper's, Time, The Atlantic Monthly, The New Yorker, the New York Times, and Rolling Stone. Ventura lives in Berlin, Germany.
Joni Mitchell by >OLAF HAJEK
Olaf Hajek has created illustrations for advertising, designs, books and magazines, with the occasional foray into animation. His fine art is exhibited around the world. Olaf splits his time between his native Germany; Cape Town, South Africa and New York.
Frank Sinatra by C.F. PAYNE
C.F. Payne's work has graced the covers of magazines such as Time, Sports Illustrated and MAD Magazine, and has been exhibited in numberous galleries, including the National Portrait Gallery and the Norman Rockwell Museum. Payne has illustrated many picture books. He teaches at the Columbus College of Art and Design.
Hank Williams by MARC BURCKHARDT
Award-winning artist Marc Burckhardt lives in Austin, Texas, but his art can be found in galleries, books, ads, and album covers around the world. His paintings have been exhibited at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, and the Experience Music Project in Seattle, Washington.