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The Chronicle of Higher Education

What really happened to Stanford University Press?

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Adam Niklewicz's latest illustration for The Chronicle of Higher Education for an article entitled "What really happened to Stanford University Press"

Adam Niklewicz

Adam Niklewicz

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illustration of Hangover sufferer, editorial illustration for Milken Institute Review.

Illustration done as an Acrylic painting, delivered digitally.
illustration of Illustration for The Chronicle of Higher Education for an article entitled
illustration of Client: Psychotherapy Networker
Illustration for an article about abusive relationships.
illustration of Client: The Chronicle of Higher Education
illustration of To illustrate an article about a distant father
illustration of Client: Psychotherapy Networker
illustration of Illustration for Connecticut Magazine.  Subject: heavy traffic on the Interstate 95.


Illustration done as an Acrylic painting, delivered digitally.
illustration of Illustration for the Polish-American Daily NOWY DZIENNIK.  Subject: lightheartedness of some political officials. 


Illustration done as an Acrylic painting, delivered digitally.
illustration of Illustration by Adam Niklewicz for the article Under The Influence, published by Milken Institute Review

Illustration done as an Acrylic painting, delivered digitally.

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illustration of Book cover illustration for St. Martin's Press Publishers.  Genre: sophisticated mystery.
illustration of Illustration for The Chronicle of Higher Education.  Subject: libraries.


Illustration done as an Acrylic painting, delivered digitally.
illustration of Illustration for The Chronicle of Higher Education.  Subject: midlife crisis of an academic.
illustration of Illustration for Psychotherapy Networker.  Subject: Darwinian notion of natural selection.
illustration of Second-hand smoke, editorial illustration for Milken Institute Review.
illustration of Illustration for US News & World Report.  Subject: positive aspects of neighborhood vigilance.
illustration of Illustration for Business Week magazine.  Subject: oil exploration on the North Pole.
illustration of Illustration for Psychotherapy Networker.  Subject: comfort of nature.
illustration of Illustration for Business Week magazine.  Subject: bank's problems with financial liquidity.
illustration of Illustration for The Chronicle of Higher Education.  Subject: crisis in education.
illustration of Illustration for Psychotherapy Networker.  Subject: romantic relationship.

Profile

Adam Niklewicz’s concept-driven work has been recognized by The Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, The Society of Publication Designers, Communication Arts, Print, Idea Magazine (Tokyo, Japan). He's done covers for Newsweek and Time. Other clients include The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Washington Post, U.S.News & World Report, Corriere della Sera, and countless others.

Style/Techniques

Acrylic, Conceptual, Digital, Figurative, Fine Art, Graphic, Painterly, Realism, Stylized, Texture, Concept Art

Subject/Specialties

Humor, Annual Report, Book Covers, Comic Book, Corporate, Editorial, Education, Family, Health, Landscape, Medical, Nature, People, Political, Posters, Romance, Scientific, Transportation, Lifestyle, Vintage / Retro, Feminine, Spiritual, Ethnic, Environmental, Financial, Urban