The 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide

The 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide

The 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide

Lürzer's Archive released the 200 Best Illustrators worldwide, the second juried book in the publisher's special publication series devoted to a single field of graphic design. Featuring Anita Kunz' illustration of George W. Bush on its cover, the book is available at bookstores worldwide.

The 200 Best Illustrators worldwide features visual stimuli from leading illustrators whose work has won honors worldwide. This top shelf book is a compilation of the remarkable work of such leading illustrators from across the globe as Anita Kunz/Canada (cover artist), Jason Brooks/UK, Christian Borstlap/Netherlands, Liselotte Watkins/Sweden, Fumihiko Gotou/Japan, and Brad Holland/USA.

"The jury chose Anita Kunz's brilliant illustration of President Bush as the cover of the 200 Best; you might recognize her work from her numerous New Yorker magazine covers," says Walter Lürzer, owner/publisher of Lürzer's Archive. "The 'double talking Bush' is a striking statement and is something that could never be portrayed through photography. We felt that it warranted the cover because of its immediate and almost universal reaction."

After the tremendous success of the company's first juried special series release, Lürzer's Archive 200 Best Ad Photographers worldwide, Lürzer's is publishing its new coffee table must-have as a resource for art directors, industry professionals and advertising fans, alike. Bringing the world's "cream of the crop" illustrators to your fingertips, the new publication is for everyone and anyone who appreciates illustrations from a global perspective.

Since its inception in 1984, Lürzer's Archive has become required reading for advertising professionals. A permanent fixture in the world of arts and inspiration, Lürzer's Archive is known across the globe for supplying the creative community with images and advertising campaigns from the world's most talented visual artists.

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