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Dominic Bodden

animation of Award Winning Illustrator in New York City
illustration of An Illustration of American director Stanley Kubrick who relocated to England from America in 1969, In this image, Stanley Kubrick watches the Jonny Carson Show at home in Hertfordshire, UK. Kubrick’s life was a cross pollination of American and English culture. A detail of a painting by his wife Christiane hangs on the back wall.
illustration of An illustration from a series inspired by the 1976 documentary film Grey Gardens by Albert and David Maysles. Big Edie Beale loved to sing and some of my favorite parts of the documentary are moments when she belts it out. “Tea for Two…la la la!” She really loved life and sure did eat her share of cake.   

 “I had my cake, loved it, masticated it, chewed it, and had everything I wanted.” Big Edie
illustration of 'The Market Butcher' is a portrait from a series of illustrations that explores the neighborhood of Westlake in Los Angeles, California. The focus of the series is on how local families and businesses are adapting to the many changes in the community as a result of gentrification.
illustration of Chalk pastel and paper collage. Animated in After Effects.
illustration of Editorial

Chalk pastel, paper collage, and digital painting

An illustration inspired by a New York Times Opinion article, “Talking to Kids About Sex,” by Pamela Druckerson.
illustration of 'The Botanica Tailor' is a portrait from a series of illustrations that explores the neighborhood of Westlake in Los Angeles, California. The focus of the series is on how local families and businesses are adapting to the many changes in the community as a result of gentrification.
illustration of 'Dale, Dale, Dale!' is a portrait from a series of illustrations that explores the neighborhood of Westlake in Los Angeles, California. The focus of the series is on how local families and businesses are adapting to the many changes in the community as a result of gentrification.
illustration of Editorial Illustration for an article by Jeremy Schwartz for ProPublica and The Texas Tribune about the political battles and pressure facing elections administrators in Hood County, Texas. 

Art Director: Lisa Larson-Walker

Profile

Dominic Bodden is an award winning illustrator in New York. As a visual storyteller, he has explored portraiture, motion graphics, children’s book illustration, and graphic design. His background is in the field of fashion, where he worked as a costume designer and fashion stylist.

Style/Techniques

Animation, Collage, Cut Paper, Design, Digital, Figurative, Fine Art, Mixed Media, Pastel, Stylized, Pattern, Film/Entertainment, Motion

Subject/Specialties

Celebrities, Children, Editorial, Education, Family, Historical, People, Portrait, Textiles, Toys & Games, Americana, Lifestyle, Vintage / Retro, Ethnic