Original Art Works.

Jun 25

Meg Hunt’s First Book is Named to Amazon’s Top 20 List!

Exciting news! The picture book illustrated by Meg Hunt for Chronicle Books, Interstellar Cinderella, received an amazing honor– the Amazon’s Best Books of the Year So Far. Out of all the children’s books published in the first half of 2015, editors picked their favorite Top 20 from each age category. This year, Interstellar Cinderella was selected for the kid ages 3 to 5 category.

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Jun 25

Dani Crosby’s Love of Drawing Goes to the Boxing Ring

Check out this interview with Scott Hull Associates’ illustrator Dani Crosby who is working in situ at the Motor City Boxing Club along side boxers as they prepare for the 2015 Pan Am Games!

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Jun 23

David Reinbold Defines Hipster

David Reinbold from Scott Hull Associates portrait of hipster
David Reinbold sends over images from his sketchbooks from time to time. But this grouping caught my eye and curiosity. What was Dave thinking? This is his reply:
“I was in a Thrift Shop a month ago looking for some summer shirts. While browsing, I noticed a young man in his late 20’s looking intently at an old sport coat. He was dressed …

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Jun 21

Mark Riedy Brings Cincinnati History to GREAT AMERICAN BALL PARK

The Cincinnati Reds baseball Great American Ball Park, in Cincinnati, Ohio, features artwork created by Mark Riedy, an Ohio artist represented by Scott Hull Associates. Riedy created the visual inspiration for a fifty-foot high bas-relief sculpture for the entryway of the Ball Park based on the WPA poster style of the 1930’s. Plus two of the Reds World Championship teams: 1869 Red Stockings and the 1975 Big Red Machine.

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Jun 1

Curtis Parker Shares the Steps to a Panera Bread Mural

Did you know Panera Bread builds each bakery cafe from the ground up, with architects and designers thinking through all aspects of the project, including which neighborhood it’s in? Realizing that, it makes sense that they wouldn’t choose off-the-shelf art for their carefully considered spaces.

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