This section explores the many artistic genres or types of illustration that have been the focus of artists working in the field, from historical to contemporary.
Illustrations created for developing characters and scenes within a live-action or animated story.
The process was created by Walt Disney Studios for use in planning animation.
Film posters are utilized as an advertisement for a motion picture.
Illustration has been adapted for use on many covers of LPs and CDs.
Printed on cheap paper, pulp magazines were an inexpensive alternative to "slicks" like "The Saturday Evening Post."
Science fiction illustration has been popular from the mid-1800s through today.
Rendering that accurately portrays the details of an architectural project.
Illustrations created to promote, layout, and aid in the production of theater and stage productions.
Illustrations used to depict human involvement, and the technical aspects of war and military operations.