Do you remember this fish?

Recently I was commissioned by New York's Metropolitan Transit Authority to create artwork for their Arts for Transit program. You may have seen it on many of the subway cars in the city. Prints can be purchased through the MTA. And though many of you emailing me have claimed to see a metaphor for the Last Supper, any such similarity is strictly coincidental!

 

2009 Rose Bowl Poster

An oldie but a goodie. At the end of 2008, the LA Times approached me with a really fun project--designing the poster for the 2009 Rose Bowl.

All Images Copyright 2013 Chris Gall LLC

March 2014

Tucson Festival of Books appearance schedule

Awesome Dawson / Press

Parents Magazine names Dawson best enhanced e-book of the year

Awesome Dawson Major Reviews

Awesome Dawson on Geekdad.com

Awesome Dawson fully interactive book App now available through iBooks

Interactive Dinotrux book App now available through Storypanda

Arizona Daily Star interview

Chris Gall interviewed by Kirkus Reviews

Revenge of the Dinotrux gets Publisher's Weekly starred review

crackingthecover.com
Booksforkidsblog
theresabook.com

Dinotrux named a Publisher's Weekly Best Children's Book for 2009

Davey Martin predicts water on Mars

Parent & Child Magazine Interview

Substitute Creacher Starred review / Kirkus

 

Every year I create a pro bono contribution to the annual National Labor Federation Calendar.

I created this illustration of Chinese dissident and artist Ai Wei Wei for the British based HUCK Magazine recently. It was also accepted to the 2012 Communication Arts Illustration Annual.

From a series of illustrations for a recent Popular Science issue. The story was entitled "The Blind Oceanographer". Tons of fun with oceanographic imagery. Also accepted to the 2012 Communication Arts Illustration annual.

Click here to see the rest of the series.

Released in 2011, The PDT Cocktail Book: The Complete Bartender's Guide From the Celebrated Speakeasy by world renowned mixologist Jim Meehan. Meehan owns and operates PDT, a famous East Village speakeasy, and we spent a year collaborating and creating this incredible book. The book has already garnered high praise from all over the world. Awarded Best Cocktail Book of the Year at the 2012 Spirited Awards in New Orleans.

Click here to see more from the book.

A recent cover for the Weekly Standard.
A recent magazine cover I created for Chief Executive. The story centered around the continuing battle between states to compete for business in a challenging economic environment. This piece combined panel engraving with Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.
In the news recently--the election of Aung San Suu Kyi to Myanmar's parliament caps a remarkable turn around for the pro-democracy campaigner, who was kept under house arrest for a total of 15 years by the country's military junta.
All hail Mark Zuckerberg. I created this illustration for The Deal Magazine. It was recently picked up by the Ispot.
Russell Brand-just for fun.
Three illustrations, spread over 2 issues of Arizona Highways Magazine. Click the image or here to see all three of them larger.
From a series of outdoor billboards I created for Tichy Eis--a famous ice cream parlor on Reumannplatz in Vienna, Austria. Every year Tichy commissions a new artist to create their primary advertising for the upcoming summer. Oh, the strange semi-spherical shapes on the left are Tichy's signature ice cream treat--apricot dumplings rolled in vanilla ice cream and covered with nuts.

I was commissioned by Aetna Insurance to create this massive mural to promote their products to unions. Look for it in public places and airports across the country.

Click here to see sections of the mural in a larger format.

Arizona Highways / May 2014

An illustration for an article about the inventive array of infusions being offered in cocktail bars. And how to make your own. For Edible Baja Magazine.

Arizona Highways / May 2014

One of a large series of illustrations created for a large global advertising campaign for McGraw Hill Financial Services.

A series of liiustrations created to promote the new American Heroes Channel.

Click here to see the whole series larger.