Daniel Hertzberg – Military Officers Magazine: Veterans Combating Skin Cancer

This was an (almost) full-page spread for Military Officer Magazine about military veterans that have been diagnosed with skin cancer. The art director really wanted something graphic, bold and detailed. Amazingly, camouflage (especially desert camouflage) resembles some of the skin cancer cases I looked at. I thought it would be a fitting tie-in. The war in Iraq scene was meant to feel like a difficult past memory. Sketches and final layout below.

About Daniel Hertzberg

Daniel is an illustrator and graphic designer living in Montclair, NJ. To view more work, please visit his website: www.danielhertzberg.com Email: daniel@danielhertzberg.com Phone: (516) 286-7585 Twitter: @danielhertzberg Facebook: Daniel Hertzberg Illustration Illoz: illoz.com/danielhertzberg


  1. Chris Gash

    There are so many great ideas and images here, Dan, they must have been thrilled! Great work, as always.

  2. Jacquetta Supernault

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