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John W. Tomac's contribution to the MTA's popular art card series is a celebration of baseball and the elevated subway lines and the outerborough neighborhoods where the Mets, Yankees, Cyclones and Ferry Hawks play. Look for it when you take the train the game this summer.

John W. Tomac

illustration of Eustace Tilley–The New Yorker's monocled mascot–reimagined as a dog for the magazine's 98th anniversary.
illustration of Seasonal direct flights make it easy to escape New York's winter for places like Palm Springs
illustration of Conservative activists are watching everything that happens on college campuses. What they see becomes fodder in the culture wars and the rationale for pushing legislation that limits academic freedom. Created for The Chronicle of Higher Education
illustration of The monotony and isolation of remote work has some employees struggling to focus. Created for The Wall Street Journal.
illustration of Public health measures and new treatments are improving the survial rates for lung cancer patients. Created for Cedars Sinai Hospital
illustration of A celebration of baseball and the outerborough's elevated train lines. Created for the MTA/New York City Transit.
illustration of Is this the return of crushing, 1970's-style inflation? Created for The Property Chroncile
illustration of The short-term outlook for cruise industry stocks is bleak. The long-term outlook isn't much better. Created for Barron's
illustration of America’s workforce is disappearing. The decline in the number of people participating in the labor market is the continuation of pre-pandemic trends like Baby Boomers reaching retirement age and young men not seeking employment at all. Created for The Wall Street Journal
illustration of Taking a closer look at the health benefits of white wine. Created for The Wall Street Journal


John W. Tomac used to design pages for newspapers and magazines, now he makes art for them–and a lot of other things, too. He studied illustration at the Rochester Institute of Technology, where he was also captain of the men’s cross country team. John lives in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn with his wife, two sons and one-eyed chihuahua. John's work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Communication Arts, Society of Publication Designers and Society for News Design


Cartoon, Conceptual, Digital, Gouache, Graphic, Pen & Ink, Vector


Humor, Animals, Architecture, Botanical, Computers, Corporate, Editorial, Education, Health, Landscape, Mural, Nature, People, Political, Posters, Sci-Fi, Sports, Technology, Transportation, Travel, Wildlife, Food/Beverage, Vintage / Retro, Game, Financial