Kyle T. Webster – Recent Work for Bicycling

Here are  a few drawings from the past few issues of Bicycling (2 full pages, a half page, and some spots). I have been working for them since 2007 and they have provided me with lots of fun assignments. After all these years, though, I still find it challenging to draw bikes!

About Kyle T. Webster

Illustrator for The New Yorker, NY Times, The Atlantic, TIME, ESPN, Wall St. Journal, Washington Post, Scholastic, HMH, etc. // Mobile Game and App Developer with numerous games featured by Apple // Designer of over 100 logos for local, regional, and multi-national businesses // O.D.G.

7 comments

  1. these are great! But that second one with the guy thinking about a relaxing ride is truly awesome. Those solid blacks are really doing it. I want to see a Kyle Webster Spider-Man comic cover, that would be so good!

  2. Nice series, Kyle. I really like the simplified drawings of the bicycles in these. I’ve struggled with drawing them before as well because of all the parts, but this approach works great. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Chris Gash

    All great, Kyle, but those little b/w beauties at the bottom, damn…you own that line.

  4. Chris Gash

    Remember that cover you did way back, a woman running with an ipod I think, it was green? That was right around when your line became so absolutely yours and ever since I have admired your simpler drawings so much…great work.

  5. Kyle T. Webster

    Thanks so much. Chris- yes, I remember that drawing and I’m flattered that YOU remember it!

  6. Great stuff as usual Kyle. Wonderful way of splitting the page with that Spring/Summer bike illo!

  7. So nice, all of these. The second one is especially nice, the colors are so pleasant to look at.

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