Keith Negley – The New Republic

 

Here is something I did for this month’s issue of The New Republic. It’s a half page piece for a story about why hedge fund managers who helped get Obama into office in ’08 have turned on him. What the story concludes is that it’s less about his policies and more to do with him blaming the wall st. bankers for the economic collapse in his speeches. Thanks to Art Directors Christine Car and Joe Heroun.

As of late due to deadlines and piling workload I find myself relying more on the computer instead of doing it all by hand, but I’m making a conscious effort to be more loose and free than I used to be. I feel in the end this will likely be the direction I take things long term.

About Keith Negley

Keith Negley is an award winning illustrator based in Seattle, WA. His work has been recognized by The Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Communication Arts, 3x3, Creative Quarterly and Lurzer’s Archive Best 200 Illustrators among others. To see more visit keithnegley.com

One comment

  1. I love the way you drew the hand! The shape of the negative space is really dynamic too.

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