Edel Rodriguez zeichnet Trump – Einmal vor & einmal nach der Wahl

Von Raban Ruddigkeit 14. November 2016 Kommentare 0

Viele werden sich noch an das Hop-Motiv von Shepard Fairey erinnern, mit dem Barack Obama seinen Wahlkampf illustrierte. Auch Donald Trump hat einen Illustrator gefunden, der ihm ein Denkmal setzte.

Das Times-Cover wird noch heute auf Demonstrationen getragen & eine aktuelle Fortsetzung findet man diese Woche auf dem Spiegel-Magazin ...

Edel Rodriguez was born in Havana, Cuba in 1971. Nine years later, during the Mariel boatlift, his family immigrated to Miami. He graduated from New York's Pratt Institute in 1994 and Hunter College's MFA program in 1998.
He has exhibited internationally with shows in L.A., Toronto, New York, Philadelphia, Dallas, and Spain. Edel’s paintings and graphic art are regularly published in The New Yorker, The New York Times, and on the covers of TIME, Newsweek and most major publications. His work has been commissioned by book publishers, theaters and operas, and by clients such as Nike, MTV, Pepsi, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He is the recipient of a Gold and three Silver Medals from the Society of Illustrators, and a Bronze Cube from The Art Director’s Club for his theatre posters.