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Matt Rota

Represented by

IllustrationZone

illustration of Client: Foreign Policy
For the podcast The Lost Generation, on the Syrian children that grew up in refugee camps
illustration of Client: Foreign Policy
For the podcast The Lost Generation, on the Syrian children that grew up in refugee camps
illustration of Client: Foreign Policy
For the podcast The Lost Generation, on the Syrian children that grew up in refugee camps
illustration of Client: Foreign Policy
For the podcast The Lost Generation, on the Syrian children that grew up in refugee camps
illustration of Client: Foreign Policy
For the podcast The Lost Generation, on the Syrian children that grew up in refugee camps
illustration of Client: Mundo Critico
Cover for Mundo Critico's issue on global poverty
illustration of Client: Washington Post
Prisoners dying while shackled to a bed.
illustration of Client: GQ Italy
The importance of standing apart from the crowd
illustration of Client: Foreign Policy
For the podcast The Lost Generation, on the Syrian children that grew up in refugee camps
illustration of Client: Foreign Policy
For the podcast The Lost Generation, on the Syrian children that grew up in refugee camps
illustration of Client: NY Times
What to Tell The Children about violence and darkness in the world
illustration of Client: New York Times
Culture Change and Conflict at Twitter
illustration of Client: Harpers
A man travels to a remote town in Alaska to eat whale meat and ruminates on the end of the world.
illustration of Client: NY Times 
Those who are excluded from the American Dream
illustration of Client: NY Times Book Review
Portrait of Theodore Dreiser

Profile

Matt Rota. A graduate of The Maryland Institute College of Art and the School of Visual Art, Matt is an illustrator, author and instructor. He has spent the past 15 years working with clients in print and online including the New York Times, the New Yorker, Penguin Books, The LA Times, The Washington Post, Foreign Policy, The New Republic, Smithsonian, Variety, Buzzfeed, and many others. His illustrations focus primarily on global politics, criminal justice, social inequality, immigration and poverty. Over the past ten years he has taught illustration at the Maryland Institute College of Art and The School of Visual Arts. Matt has written two books on drawing, has an extensive exhibition career internationally, and is senior curator at artreprenuer.com.

Style/Techniques

Black & White, Digital, Figurative, Gouache, Impressionistic, Line, Line with Color, Pen & Ink, Realism, Texture

Subject/Specialties

Corporate, Editorial, Family, Historical, Landscape, Medical, Mystery, Nature, People, Political, Portrait, Travel, Edgy, Environmental, Urban