JENNY KROIK: THE PARIS REVIEW

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Jenny Kroik collaborated with Julia Berick and The Paris Review to create a series of literary paper dolls. First in the series is Franny Glass from J.D. Salinger's classic, Franny and Zooey. Readers can download their own printable paper doll to take “Franny from one edge of her breakdown to the other by taking off her smart traveling outfit and fitting her with a pale blue cashmere afghan."

Visit Jenny Kroik Illustration on Facebook to see a video showing Franny’s various outfit combinations.

For: The Paris Review

 

AMERICAN ILLUSTRATION 38

Graham Roumieu – University Magazine

Graham Roumieu – University Magazine

Jenny Kroik – The Strand Bookstore, NYC

Jenny Kroik – The Strand Bookstore, NYC

Red Nose Studio – Elvis is King!

Red Nose Studio – Elvis is King!

Red Nose Studio – Elvis is King!

Red Nose Studio – Elvis is King!

Camelia Pham – Carnivorous

Camelia Pham – Carnivorous

Eleanore Grosch – Everday Tarot

Eleanore Grosch – Everday Tarot

Manon de Jong – Global Campaign to End Child Detention

Manon de Jong – Global Campaign to End Child Detention

Big congratulations go out to Graham Roumieu, Jenny Kroik, Red Nose Studio, Camelia Pham, Eleanor Grosch, and Manon de Jong!

Graham’s illustration for University Affairs Magazine (Underline Studio); Jenny’s painting of The Strand Bookstore in NYC; and two illustrations by Red Nose Studio for the picture book Elvis is King! were selected for the American Illustration 38 annual.

Camelia’s personal work Carnivorous; Eleanor Grosch’s Ten of Swords for Everyday Tarot; and Manon de Jong’s illustration for the Global Campaign to End Child Detention were also chosen to appear online as part of The ARCHIVE.

So proud of this talented group!

For: American Illustration 38

 

COMMUNICATION ARTS 60: WINNERS

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Big congratulations to Camelia Pham, Red Nose Studio, and Jenny Kroik, who were announced as winners in Communication Arts’ 60th annual illustration competition.

Out of 3, 941 entries, 137 projects were selected by a jury of creative professionals. Camelia Pham will have two series of personal work appear in the May/June issue of Communication Arts. A series of illustrations by Red Nose Studio for Elvis is King! and Jenny Kroik’s Bookstore Series will also appear.

For: Communication Arts 60

 

JENNY KROIK: THE NEW YORKER – BLOG

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Jenny Kroik’s illustrations are featured in her blog for The New Yorker, A Surprise Ending for Westsider Books.

“Last week, we heard that the small bookstore Westsider Books, on the Upper West Side, was closing its doors after thirty-five years. Saddened by the news, the artist Jenny Kroik went to Broadway and Eightieth to report on what was going on.”

For: The New Yorker

 

JENNY KROIK: NOB HILL GAZETTE

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Jenny Kroik was commissioned to create a portrait of philanthropists Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem for the cover of the Nob Hill Gazette’s special ‘A-List’ issue.

Jenny says: “The Shrems were chosen for the A-List for their amazing support for the arts! They've built a museum called the Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis , and do a lot of philanthropic work around the Bay area.”

For: Nob Hill Gazette

 

SOCIETY OF ILLUSTRATORS 61 – UNCOMMISSIONED

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Camelia Pham – Psychology Series

Hye Jin Chung – When Things Were Green

Hye Jin Chung – When Things Were Green

Jenny Kroik – Bookstore Series

Jenny Kroik – Bookstore Series

Jenny Kroik – Bookstore Series

Jenny Kroik – Bookstore Series

Jenny Kroik – Bookstore Series

Jenny Kroik – Bookstore Series

Jenny Kroik – Bookstore Series

Jenny Kroik – Bookstore Series

Jenny Kroik – Bookstore Series

Jenny Kroik – Bookstore Series

Jenny Kroik – Bookstore Series

Jenny Kroik – Bookstore Series

Jenny Kroik – Museum Series

Jenny Kroik – Museum Series

Jenny Kroik – Museum Series

Jenny Kroik – Museum Series

Jenny Kroik – Museum Series

Jenny Kroik – Museum Series

Jenny Kroik – Museum Series

Jenny Kroik – Museum Series

Jenny Kroik – Museum Series

Jenny Kroik – Museum Series

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Timepieces

Red Nose Studio – Frame of Mind

Red Nose Studio – The Optimist

More great awards news! Camelia Pham, Hye Jin Chung, Jenny Kroik, and Red Nose Studio each had work accepted into the Society of Illustrators 61 annual and exhibition in the Uncommissioned category. Big congrats to all the winners!

For: Society of Illustrators

 

JENNY KROIK: 2nd NEW YORKER COVER

“I’m on the subway all the time,” the artist Jenny Kroik says, about her inspiration for this week’s cover. “It’s a great place to let your imagination loose and get ideas. You’re surrounded by so many people and stories.”  “I saw a young girl glued to the window, fascinated by the tunnel,” Kroik continues. “It got me thinking about how one’s imagination is always active when you’re a kid. I started wondering, what can she possibly see? Beautiful flowers? I tried to see the tunnel through her eyes.”
I’m on the subway all the time. It’s a great place to let your imagination loose and get ideas. You’re surrounded by so many people and stories. I saw a young girl glued to the window, fascinated by the tunnel. It got me thinking about how one’s imagination is always active when you’re a kid. I started wondering, what can she possibly see? Beautiful flowers? I tried to see the tunnel through her eyes.
— Jenny Kroik

Check out Jenny Kroik's new cover illustration this week and also on their website, The New Yorker.

 

JENNY KROIK FEATURED IN THE WASHINGTON POST

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Before the 2016 election, talking about politics in social situations was considered rude or uncool. But in the last year, I feel that people started to really see the connection between politics and their own lives, and political conversations became more commonplace.
— Jenny Kroik

Jenny Kroik for the Washington Post's feature, 'Moving forward: Female artists create works that reflect on what the Women’s March has changed in the past year.'

For: The Washington Post

 

SOI 60 Winners!

Congratulations to our artists: Jenny Kroik and Red Nose Studio for having winning entries in this new Society of illustrators Competition

"Yayoi Kusama" / Artist: Jenny Kroik / Uncommissioned Single Image

"Yayoi Kusama" / Artist: Jenny Kroik / Uncommissioned Single Image

"Library of Lost Things" / Artist: Red Nose Studio / TOR BOOKS/ Book Single Image

"Library of Lost Things" / Artist: Red Nose Studio / TOR BOOKS/ Book Single Image

"Farewell" / Artist: Red Nose Studio / Village Voice / Editorial Single Image

"Farewell" / Artist: Red Nose Studio / Village Voice / Editorial Single Image

"VIP" / Artist: Red Nose Studio / Meetings & Conventions / Editorial Single Image

"VIP" / Artist: Red Nose Studio / Meetings & Conventions / Editorial Single Image

For: Society of Illustrators