It was a great honor to be working with the Folio Society again. A couple of years ago, I contributed full color illustrations for The Sea, The Sea written by Iris Murdoch, and this time I had done 15 black and white pieces for a well known political thriller, The Day of the Jackal by Frederick Forsyth. Most of my pieces ended up being double-page spreads as I was asked to come up with illustrations that would look integrated with the text. As you can see in one of my rough sketches below, I even did a piece that went across two double-page spreads, which is the image of a man holding a rifle. It was fun. Read more at drawger.
These are illustrations for an insert booklet (a travel guide) that goes into Omega Lifetime magazine issue 15. It says “Hot on the trail of the world’s most travelled secret agent, this adventurous guide invites you to discover the whizz and wonderment of the 007 movie locations in Spectre.” Art directed by Anders Peter Mejer.