Monday, March 16, 2009

Illustrator Research #16- Nancy Doniger


Nancy Doniger has been working as an illustrator for over 20 years. Nancy studied art at Rutgers College, where she graduated with a BA in psychology. She later continued studies in drawing, painting and illustration at the NY Studio School, Parsons and The School of Visual Arts. She now lives in Brooklyn, NY, and she has a cut paper style that she creates either digitally or by hand in paper collage. She has been illustrating for national publications, book publishers, and for-profit and non-profit corporations for many years.

Her clients have been The New York Times, The National Law Journal, The Fund for the Borough of Brooklyn, The Wall Street Journal, The Brooklyn Historical Society, HarperCollins, The Daily News, Mondo Publishing, Hyperion, Bank of America, AARP, Pantheon, Unite, Macmillan McGrawHill, HMQ, Business Week, Brooklyn Free Space PreSchool, NY Methodist Hospital, and Grant Thornton.

Her cut paper style seems to work the best, as she does play a bit with her style. I enjoy the colored images of cut paper a little more than the black and white ones, but she creates them all in a nice and clean graphic manner.

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