Friday, July 01, 2005
John Ritter's illustration is clever, thought provoking. His first illustrations were published in 1994 in Ray Gun magazine, and that's when he opened his own design studio. He has gotten recognition from Communication Arts, Illustration Annual, and American Illustration, among others--and his client list is outstanding. He has worked for the likes of The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Time, Newsweek, MTV, VH1, Sony Music, Apple, and a mouthful of other very impressive clients. He says he was inspired by printmaking, street art, skate culture, 80's DIY XEROX punk rock flyers, independence, rebellion--and all the forms of music rebellion creates.