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by Francis Vallejo

An ink and acrylic painting on illustration board. An initial abstract and textured collage was applied to the board to provide a rich surface to work on. The rendering was done in the old master technique of grisaille which involves glazing color on top of a black and white painting.

The artwork’s image is an unframed 8×10 inches.

This piece was a result of testing out techniques for an upcoming military themed book project.

Product Height: 8'
Product Width: 10
Product Surface / Material: strathmore illustration board

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Francis Vallejo is an award-winning, Detroit native, American artist whose works have been exhibited in major national publications, art galleries, and museums. Vallejo earned his Bachelor’s degree from Ringling College of Art + Design in Sarasota, Florida, and has since created artworks for a host of notable clients including Candlewick Press, Image Comics, The Folio Society, Snapple, VIBE, and Camelbak. He has shown in The Anchorage Museum, The Society of Illustrator’s Museum of American Illustration, Gallery Nucleus, and Pixar studios. Vallejo’s “Jazz Day,” written by Roxane Orgill and published by Candlewick Press, was the recipient of the 2016 Boston Globe Horn Book award for best Picture Book. His newest illustrated book “Anansi Boys” written by Neil Gaiman and published by The Folio Society was released January 2019 and has won Spectrum Gold and the D&AD Pencil Award. He is an Assistant Professor of Illustration at the College for Creative Studies.