This site contains collections of artwork from the illustrator Eddie Guy.
The wars are winding down. It's the age of sequester. So why won't the Pentagon live within its means?
The expense of military spending.
Story dealing with boarder crossing legislation.
A Story about the prevalence of guns in Hollywood movies.
Story about Fox TV vs NBC fighting over sports television coverage.
Article on home insurance.
TOWN & COUNTRY
A story about Fathers unwinding with marijuana.
Los Angeles Times / West Magazine. Art about a white middle aged man pursuing a career as a urban DJ.
Undercover Tour Pro story about Tiger Woods as a gentleman.
Article about golf clubs (drivers) titled "A Need for Speed".
Undercouver Tour Pro story about Announcers, need I say more?
Article about energy saving programs.
3X3 ILLUSTRATION ANNUAL COVER
Art from Fortune Magazine "Disney Goes to China".
ASSOCIATIONS NOW MAGAZINE
Associations Now Magazine. This story dealt with five different personalities they predicted would be more valuable in future businesses.
Rise of the Monsterback, in today's NFL linebacker/safety hybrids are the new kings.
Article about your internet history titled "Whats your Digital Shadow?
THE VILLAGE VOICE
"Keepin' It unreal: selling the Myth of Black Male Violence, Long Past Its Expiration Date".
A Story about the psychology of losing money.
Essay in More Magazine about the benefits of fearlessness.
Special reinvention issue opener.
Cover art for a special EDM issue!
Story dealing with our nations appetite for miniaturized, brightly colored, candy named, electronic devices.
Story about the success of Pepsico as a multi product corporation.
Story titled "Up and Eat Em" top 40 best places to get breakfast!
Health story examining a man who didn't eat vegetables.
Special about the Chinese economy.
Second of two images for special Esquire "China's Growing Economy " story.
Illustrating the word "Ecstasy" for Mountain Magazine.
One of four openers for Psychology Today dealing with surveillance.
Story about the founding family of "The Gap Clothing Company".
Article about increasing the efficiency of factories.