This gallery of illustrations is linked to information about individual artists and the genres and time periods in which they have worked.
Cover of “Justice” #1, August 3, 2005
"[Justice] is a love letter to a fictional universe, attempting to do justice to its inspiration."
Cover of “Justice” Vol. 1, September 27, 2006
"This was [inspired] from something I saw Norman Rockwell do, which was a flat compositional style, where all of the figures don’t recede in the background as these rows of figures are all the same exact size and proportion."
JLA: The Original Seven
"The original seven members of the Justice League of America, as defined by their introduction in 'The Brave and the Bold' #28."
Boy with Baby Carriage
In a 1920 interview Rockwell said, "I used him (model Billy Paine) on my first cover and he is absolutely a wonder. He has posed five years and is a dandy little actor; he understands moods and expressions no matter how complicated."