Greg Newbold
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I am pleased to be working with Pioneer Theater Company again this year after a single season gap. I have done probably close to twenty posters for their various productions over the years reaching back to very early in my freelance career. It's always a pleasure to create new work for stage product Read More...
If Picasso Painted a Snowman- Progress Update
If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram (yes, I have finally joined the Insta crowd) you have already seen some of this work, but for everyone else, here's a little update. If Picasso Painted a Snowman was written by my wife Amy after a visit to the Picasso museum in Paris where she wondered what Read More...
Remembering James C Christensen
Two Angels Discussing Botticelli- By James C. Christensen.Some people say seeing is believing. You know, "I'll believe it when I see it". What if the opposite were true? I will see it WHEN I believe it? In Latin, it is "Credendo, Vides". Believing is Seeing.Around the time I earned my undergraduate Read More...
Henry Patrick Raleigh- Serious Drawing Skills
Just in time for Christmas, Auad Publishing has unveiled a new book that would make Jay Gatsby drool. In keeping with the long tradition of fantastic books from Manuel Auad, comes Henry Patrick Raleigh-The Confident Illustrator. This coffee table worthy volume is printed in glorious full color desp Read More...
Rejected...Oh Wait...Accepted!
I recently got word that three of my pieces have been accepted into the Society of Illustrators Los Angeles Annual Illustration Show. This welcome news comes on the heels of complete rejection at the NY Society of Illustrators just a week ago.While I am always disappointed whenever my work doesn't g Read More...
King George III for Scholastic
King George III for Scholastic By Greg NewboldEarlier this year I did a cover and interior spot for one of Scholastic's news publication. If you remember from elementary school, they are the little folded educational paper flyers that came about every two months or so with all sorts of interesting c Read More...
Murder at the Male Revue
I just finished up the cover for the third book in the Bucket List series by Elizabeth Perona. The novels feature a sixty something group of friends who become involved in solving murder mysteries. The first two covers, Murder on the Bucket List and Murder Under the Covered Bridge can be seen here a Read More...
Farm Panorama Reveal
Crop of the large BioMerieux panorama- by Greg NewboldThe client from my recent great advertising project as seen in the previous two posts here and here can finally be revealed. The company that chose me to create all this goodness is called BioMerieux, a French based multi-national corporation wi Read More...
More From the Farm
Last post I mentioned that my recent huge project included nine pieces, well, here are three more to enjoy. I had a blast working on these and think they turned out especially nice.Once again, these are for a multi national company in a field where the pictorial and advertising norm includes dudes i Read More...
Down on the Farm
I have just wrapped up a huge advertising illustration project for a multi national company and thought I would give a sneak peek at the results. This has been a very fun and satisfying set of paintings for me. The agency asked that I leave the actual client anonymous for a bit longer, until the lau Read More...


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