List of Past & Current INX artists

INX Artists S—Z

Rob Shepperson
Rob Shepperson was born in 1957 in Louisiana, After receiving an honorable mention from the Monroe Art Association for a drawing of a large nose, he attended the Kansas City Art Institute, graduating with a BFA.
Rob's illustrations have appeared in the
New York Times,the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and Newsweek, among others.
Currently, he is illustrating children's books for Scholastic, HarperCollins, Front Street, Boyds Mills Press, and Farrar Straus & Giroux, who published his first picture book
The Sandman, in 1989.
Shepperson has exhibited in New York and Europe, and his work has been included in group shows in the US and Canada. The Brooklyn Museum has one of his drawings in its collection.

Brad Teare Utah artist Brad Teare maintains a career as both illustrator and fine arts painter. Clients include The New York Times, Fortune and Random House, where he has created book covers for authors such as James Michener, Ann Tyler, and Rafael Yglesias. Teare’s comix creations have appeared in Heavy Metal and the Big Book series from Paradox Press. Brad is currently Senior Designer at The Friend magazine.

Seth Tobocman Born in 1958, Seth Tobocman has been doing political illustration and political comics all his life. With Peter Kuper, he started the radical comic book World War 3 Illustrated (1979). His illustrations have appeared in the New York Times, The Village Voice and countless other publications. He has had a one-person show at ABCNORIO and a two-person show at Exit Art Gallery. His work is currently on display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
He is the author of five graphic books,
You Don’t Have to Fuck People Over to Survive (AK Press), War in the Neighborhood (Autonomedia), Portraits of Israelis and Palestinians (Soft Skull Press), Disaster And Resistance (AK Press) and Understanding The Crash (Soft Skull Press).
His graphics have been used as posters, murals and banners by peoples' movements all over the world, from squatters in New York City to the African National Congress in South Africa.

P.C. Vey
Peter Vey, professionally published as P.C.Vey, is a cartoonist and humorous illustrator who resides in New York City with his wife, Tina, and the cat, Otto, who may someday be documented as the world’s oldest feline.
Vey is a contract cartoonist for The New Yorker and contributes regularly. He also contributes to Harvard Business Review, Barron’s, and Reader’s Digest. In addition, he regularly writes and illustrates for Mad, AARP Bulletin, The Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.

Christophe Vorlet
After 35 years of illustrating for American and European publications, Christophe Vorlet is well established both in Europe and the United States.
Born in 1957, he grew up in Switzerland. After completing a four year graphic designer apprenticeship, Vorlet graduated from the Kunstgewerbschule Zürich. He then enrolled at the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 1979.
By 1980, Vorlet was back in Switzerland illustrating for Swiss and European newspapers and magazines such as
Die Weltwoche, Die Zeit, Lui, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Tages Anzeiger, Schweizer Illustrierte, Cash, Bilanz, and Der Bund. Vorlet also designed numerous album covers for Bertelsmann Music Group.
With a solid base of European clients, in 1989, Vorlet returned to the United States. Since then, his roster of regular clients has included
The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, The Chronicle of Higher Education, BusinessWeek, Time, Newsweek, The Atlantic Monthly and many others.
Vorlet has received numerous awards for his editorial illustrations, and is well known for his ability to illustrate complex topics with strong conceptual ideas within tight deadlines.

Charles Waller
A founding member of INX, Charles Waller is an illustrator and fine artist living and working on Long Island, New York. His illustration clients include
The New York Times, Islands Media, The Washington Post and Bloomberg Financial. A graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, he has been a staff illustrator at The Boston Globe and has taught and lectured on illustration at Boston University, School of Visual Arts and Parsons School of Design.
He has received numerous awards for his illustration work and has had his fine art displayed in several one-person shows in New York and a half dozen group shows in New York and Japan.

Ellen Weinstein
Ellen Weinstein was born and lives in New York City. She is a graduate of Pratt Institute and The High School of Art and Design. She is a regular contributor to
Time Magazine, The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal and many other publications.
Ellen has created images for many design firms, book publishers and cultural institutions. Recent projects include a series of programs and posters for The Nashville Symphony, an ad campaign for Georges DuBoeuf wine, and books for Simon & Schuster and Workman Press.
Her work has been recognized by The Society of Illustrators,
American Illustration, Communication Arts, Print’s Regional Design Annual and 3 x3 Professional Show.
She also shows her work in various galleries in the US and Italy. Illustration anthologies include:
Curvy, Illustration Today, Japan, New York Based Creatives ( from Taiwan) and Drawing Inspiration: Visual Artists at Work by Michael Fleishman. Ellen has lectured and conducted workshops in various art schools and at ICON6, The Illustration Conference. She is an Adjunct Professor at the Rhode Island School of Design and a thesis advisor for the MFA program at Fashion Institute of Technology. Ellen is the Programming Chair for ICON 7, The Illustration Conference, an international conference taking place in June 2012. interview:

James Williamson
In 1967 James Williamson was born into a very creative family in Glen Cove, New York. His father, Jack Williamson, was the President of DiFranza Williamson, an advertising firm, for thirty years. In his retirement Jack became a well–respected watercolorist and member of the Society of Illustrators.
James Williamson received a BFA from The Rhode Island School of Design in 1989. In 1990 he published his first illustration for The New York Times. In '90 and '91 he worked for a small broadcast design firm, creating graphic animation for television. In '93 he began a five-year stint with MTV, designing and building scenery for their VJ studios in New York, Miami, India and Singapore.
In 1999 he received the EdPress Award for children's illustration for
Ladybug's Birthday (Scholastic Inc.) He has illustrated a dozen educational children's books and a few for the mass market. Little Spider’s First Web (Reader's Digest) was published in 2006.

Glenn Wolff
Glenn Wolff grew up in Traverse City, Michigan. He studied printmaking at Northwestern Michigan College, and received his BFA from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 1975. From there he moved to New York City, establishing a career as a freelance illustrator. Over the next decade his clients included
The New York Times, Simon and Schuster, Alfred Knopf, The Village Voice, Sports Illustrated, Sports Afield, Audubon, the Central Park Conservancy, and the New York Zoological Society.
In 1987 he returned to Northern Michigan with his family, continuing his illustration work and exhibiting his paintings and drawings in galleries and museums. Since then he has illustrated over 20 books, including the critically acclaimed It's Raining Frogs and Fishes by Jerry Dennis and Flight of the Reindeer by Robert Sullivan.
Recently two collaborative sculptures he created as Artist-in-Residence at the 2004 North American Prairie Conference were dedicated on the Curtiss Prairie at the University of Wisconsin Arboretum in Madison, Wisconsin, and at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin. He was also a guest artist at the 2004 and 2005 Great Lakes Bioneers Conference, and is the resident visual artist and a co-founder of The Watershed Suite Project, a curriculum enrichment program that teaches principles of environmental ecology to elementary school students through the arts.
In a parallel universe Woolf is the bassist in the Neptune Quartet.

Robert Zimmerman
Robert Zimmerman is a widely published illustrator of editorial art and children’s books who also designs interactive games and web content at his studio in North Carolina.

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