For the San Mateo Semicon tradeshow, 1989.
For Japan Semicon show, 1990.
For Beijing Semicon tradeshow, 1989.
For Zurich, Switzerland Semicon show, 1990.
BOOK COVERS can be commissioned with custom artwork or for existing art to be licensed. Years of experience with traditional painting media as well as computer graphics mean the art will be delivered as a digital file, optimized and color corrected for your use. Utlilizing his graphic design skills, full layout of type and image for covers is available.
MAGAZINE COVERS and SPOT ILLUSTRATIONS are another area of long experience. Bruce has produced many editorial illustrations and black and white line drawings for technical sheets and products for catalogs.
BUSINESS CARDS and BROCHURES are also offered. Sitting down together to arrive at a concept is the first step. After that, digital mockups can be sent back and forth as email attachments until a good solution is arrived at. A final, press-ready digital file is then prepared and sent to a printer.
ART DIRECTION for GIFT MANUFACTURING. Ten years of working as an art director for a gift manufacturing company has brought familiarity with the complete process, from concept, to mockup, to file preparation, to working with factories in China. Bruce has placed his own and other artist's work on umbrellas, tote bags, cosmetic bags, tiles, mugs and many other items. Relationships have been forged with overseas partners that can help in avoiding the many pitfalls in this complex process.
LARGE SCALE GRAPHICS. Illustrating for trade show booths requires using Illustrator software that scales as large as needed without losing crisp edges. Bruce is expert at creating highly realistic renderings based on photographs to satisfy the demands of companies displaying their goods at trade shows. To see more examples and close-up details of other billboard sized illustrations, click HERE.
ILLUSTRATION for LABELS and POSTERS. Utiliziing a range of techniques, from oil paint on canvas to airbrushed acrylics to fully digital graphics, any spark of an idea can be expanded to a fully realized image, ready to be commercially reproduced. To see more examples and close-up details, click HERE.