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An illustration for the "Ask Smithsonian" column in the November 2017 issue of the magazine, which illustrates the question: "Why do so many train stations have the same few names? Washington, D. C., Chicago and Los Angeles have Union Stations; Baltimore, NYC, and Newark have Penn Stations."

2017 Veronica Lawlor

DI #32

Page 459

Veronica Lawlor

illustration of Reportage illustration of the Brooklyn Bridge, for the Brooks Brothers 185th Anniversary campaign.
illustration of Reportage illustration of a hospital Emergency Room Entrance, for a mural for the 3M corporate headquarters.
illustration of Reportage illustration of the Pike Place Market in Seattle, for Chase Private Client.
illustration of Reportage illustration of Lake Union and the Seattle skyline, for Chase Private Client.
illustration of Reportage illustration of the Grand Canal in Venice.
illustration of Travel illustration for the Hyatt hotel.
illustration of Reportage illustration of a gas station on the New Jersey Turnpike, for a corporate mural for 3M:
illustration of Reportage illustration of LaGuardia airport, for a 3M corporate mural:
illustration of Bridge in Central Park, part of a series of reportage illustrations of the park for the Mandarin Oriental Hotel.
illustration of Illustration of a California winery. Client: Gallo
illustration of The busy commuters in Grand Central Station, NYC. Reportage illustration for Brooks Brothers.
illustration of Illustration of a country concert in a public park bandshell for Chase Private Client.
illustration of Panoramic reportage illustration of St. Peter's Square, Vatican City.
illustration of Reportage illustration of Times Square, New York, for Canson Paper.
illustration of Travel illustration of a lunar New Year parade, for the Hyatt.
illustration of Reportage illustration of the Union Square Farmer's Market in New York City. Created on Canson Illustration paper, and used on the cover of those pads.
illustration of Reportage illustration of a Cigar Bar on 9th St. in Greenwich Village, NYC. For a vodka marketing campaign.
illustration of From a series of reportage illustrations commissioned by Boston Weddings magazine.
illustration of From a series of reportage illustrations commissioned by Boston Weddings magazine.
illustration of From a series of reportage illustrations commissioned by Boston Weddings magazine.
illustration of Reportage illustration of the inflation of the Spiderman balloon for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in NYC.
illustration of Reportage illustration of the vintage subway day in New York City.
illustration of Travel illustration for Abercrombie & Kent Luxury travel.
illustration of Concept illustration for the Town and Country Diorama in the World Explorer Exhibit at the Lego Museum in Denmark.
illustration of Detail: Lego Castle Stories with Dragon
Concept illustration for the Town Zone diorama in the World Explorer exhibit at the Lego Museum in Denmark.
illustration of Detail: Castle Stories
Concept illustration for the Island Zone diorama in the World Explorer exhibit at the Lego Museum in Denmark.
illustration of Detail: Lego Town and Road Trip Stories
Concept illustration for the Town Zone diorama in the World Explorer exhibit at the Lego Museum in Denmark.
illustration of Detail: Lego Waterfall and Lake Stories
Concept illustration for the Town Zone diorama in the World Explorer exhibit at the Lego Museum in Denmark.
illustration of Detail: Lego Mine and Monster
Concept illustration for the Town Zone diorama in the World Explorer exhibit at the Lego Museum in Denmark.
illustration of Concept illustration for the City Zone diorama in the World Explorer exhibit at the Lego Museum in Denmark.
illustration of Detail: Lego City Stories and Restaurant Row
Concept illustration for the City Zone diorama in the World Explorer exhibit at the Lego Museum in Denmark.
illustration of Detail: Lego Restaurant Row Stories
Concept illustration for the City Zone diorama in the World Explorer exhibit at the Lego Museum in Denmark.
illustration of Concept illustration for the Island Zone diorama in the World Explorer exhibit at the Lego Museum in Denmark.
illustration of Detail: Amusement Park Line
Concept illustration for the Island Zone diorama in the World Explorer exhibit at the Lego Museum in Denmark.
illustration of Detail: Sea Monster
Concept illustration for the Island Zone diorama in the World Explorer exhibit at the Lego Museum in Denmark.
illustration of Lego mini-figs snorkeling on the coral reef.
Concept illustration for the World Explorer exhibit at the Lego Museum in Denmark.
illustration of Concept illustration for the World Explorer diorama exhibit of the Lego Museum in Denmark.
illustration of Travel illustration for Abercrombie & Kent luxury travel.
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illustration of Fashion Illustration

Profile

Veronica Lawlor's award-winning reportage illustrations have led her around the world, completing assignments for a diverse group of clients, including Brooks Brothers, the 3M Corporation, and Chase Private Client. Closer to home, she lends her brand of elegant draftsmanship and problem solving to numerous branding agencies and design firms. A NYC resident, Ms. Lawlor is a professor of illustration at Pratt Institute and Parsons School of Design. She is the illustrator/author of several books for children and adults.

Style/Techniques

Animation, Black & White, Conceptual, Figurative, Graphic, Impressionistic, Line, Line with Color, Mixed Media, Painterly, Pen & Ink, Watercolor, Decorative, Concept Art, Film/Entertainment

Subject/Specialties

Humor, Adventure, Animals, Architecture, Botanical, Children, Children's Products, Corporate, Editorial, Family, Fantasy, Fashion/Cosmetics, Health, Historical, Holidays, Icons, Industrial, Landscape, Leisure, Licensing, Medical, Music, Nature, People, Sports, Toys & Games, Transportation, Travel, Americana, Agriculture, Food/Beverage, Lifestyle, Vintage / Retro, Feminine, Masculine, Ethnic, Environmental, Financial, Urban