Ken Graning Interview

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When It Comes To Logos These Companies Don't Play Around

The video game industry is a multi-billion dollar industry. In March, Forbes reported that Gabe Newell, founder of Valve Corporation, is "one of the richest people on the planet".

Ed Fella Interview

Ed Fella is one of the most prominent graphic designers of our time, and as you can imagine, a conversation with Ed Fella is both inspiring and enlightening

The Amazing Illustrations and Sketches of J.R. Mounger

Artist and designer J.R. Mounger has a passion for illustration and you sure can tell by the artwork he creates.

An Interview with Art Licensing Consultant, Maria Brophy

I first learned of Maria's work last year, when I featured the artwork of surf lifestyle artist, Drew Brophy, here on Illustration Pages - I've been a loyal fan and avid follower of both ever since.



The Final Post on Illustration Pages

Illustration by J.R. Mounger
After three years of running the Illustration Pages blog, the time has come for this final post. I've decided to close the site. Believe me when I say, the decision was not an easy one. I've been thinking about it for a while now. When I take into consideration all of the projects I have going on and some new avenues I'd like to explore, I realize I just don't have the time anymore to give Illustration Pages the attention it deserves.

I'd like to thank everyone who has contributed to Illustration Pages, especially Melissa Kojima, Owen Schumacher, Lydia Gnau and Ron Rae. I'd also like to thank all the talented artists that have submitted their great work, allowing us to peek into their creative worlds. And of course, thank you to all the wonderful artists that took the time out of their busy schedules to interview with Illustration Pages.

There is a lot of useful content on Illustration Pages so I'm going to keep the site live for a while.

In my humble opinion Illustration Pages has been a very successful site and I'd like to end it on a high note. If you take the time to peruse the site I'm sure you'll agree. I've had the pleasure of getting to know many talented artists because of Illustration Pages and I'm thankful for the experience. To me, the community aspect of the site has been the biggest and most important success of all.

I'm open to the idea of writing for other blogs or being a part of other collaborative projects.You'll find my contact information below. And of course, I always welcome a simple hello. Also, keep an eye out for other projects with my name on them.

Thanks again for the experience. I hope you've had as much fun as I have over the past three years.

Lou Simeone

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