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:
Family, Fun, Friends and Food - Celebrate the ol' USA along with Scott Hull Associates illustrators as they share a taste of their favorite picnic foods!
What goes on in an artist's mind? What inspiriors the artist? where do their ideas come from? Now you can see for yourself. David Reinbold was filmed by James Rasp in conjunction with Carlisles, PA's The Garden Gallery. Enjoy!
To help understand the creative process and what it takes to make the collaboration between illustrator and art/creative director more fluid, I thought the answers to this question might be enlightening.
Their best songs/albums have been re-mastered, you can personally master their guitar moves, and virtually become one of your beloved Beatles. Thanks to the concert stimulating, icon emulating, mega-hit game, Rockband’s release, The Beatles Rockband.
In short, the Beatles are on the rise again. And in keeping with cultures ebb and flow, Scott Hull Associates artist, Dave Reinbold has reinterpreted portraits of the beloved Beatles from their Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album.
Dave purchased Sgt. Peppers re-mastered because of a quote he had read by Paul McCartney. "It sounds like I'm in the session,” says McCartney. "I hear John and think, 'There he is'. You can almost close your eyes and see him." While he listened to what is widely considered one of the most influential albums of all time, Dave was inspired by the psychedelic rock-style of the album and art of the era. Dave explains, “I didn't really know how I wanted them to look I just started with John and the drawing started flowing out. I thought of the ‘psychedelic’ posters that influenced that era and allowed everything else to come naturally.’
So along with the Beatles, Dave Reinbold is re-mastering his art. Check it out.
For the last 3 decades I've dedicated myself to the world of visual thinking. You could call it commerical art, illustration, illustration design, or just plain art. Now I'm seeing an opportunity in the creative era to bridge the gap between art and commerce by asking the question, "When I say the word illustration, what one word comes to mind?"