Posts Tagged ‘publishing’

NOT A DOODLE: “All The Places You’ll Go” book cover

November 5, 2014

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My latest book cover work for Tyndale House Publishing and author John Ortberg. You might recognize the bird from a previous post of mine.

The title is, of course, a play on the old Dr. Seuss book “Oh, The Places You’ll Go”, and refers to how God provides all of us with open doors and opportunities, but it’s up to us to choose which path we take. We went with a more playful style in keeping with the title’s mood.

Image is copyrighted ©Jeff Gregory.

NOT A DOODLE: Of mutant allibeavers, space travel, and laaaaaarge predators.

April 24, 2014

 

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Here are the next three cover illustrations for the Duck Commander kids’ book series I posted about earlier. These will be placed in the same cover format as the first “outhouse time machine” image. I can’t wait to see these in print!

 

All images © Jeff Gregory

NOT A DOODLE: Of Ducks, Outhouses, and Time Travel

April 1, 2014

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Here is the first cover in a series of books I’m illustrating for the good folks over at Tyndale House Publishing. They have teamed up with the “Duck Dynasty” family to publish four fictional adventure stories aimed at young readers. I’ll be providing covers as well as interior illustrations.

These have been an absolute blast to work on, and I don’t think I’ve ever worked with a nicer group of people.

Here’s a link to the press release:

http://www.christianretailing.com/index.php/newsletter/latest/26886-tyndale-house-to-publish-duck-commander-fiction

(Incidentally, this is the first time EVER I have used the tag “outhouses” for a blog post, so it’s sort of like you are witnessing history here!)

NOT DOODLES: Lewis Grizzard lives on!

March 4, 2014

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These are from a series I’m working on for the good folks at Green E-books. They are releasing the works of the great Southern humorist Lewis Grizzard in electronic book form, and I’ve had the privilege of interpreting the titles of several of the books into illustrations.

SNEAK PEEK- Pulp Pilot

March 6, 2009

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Here’s a preview of a piece that will be published this June. I am going for a pulp novel, B-movie poster feel. I’m adding in the half-tone pattern in Photoshop to give it a vintage 4-color printing appearance. I’ll post the completed art after it’s been published. Hope you like it.