Gary Neill’s series of three illustrations accompanied an article on the topic of fraud against the elderly. The article alerts readers to the prevalence and danger of phone fraud, credit card fraud and construction fraud targeting seniors. Neill’s bold, graphic illustrations shows a sinister element lurking behind daily tasks such as using a mobile phone, paying by credit card […]
Gary Neill illustrated an Op-Ed piece for The Minneapolis Star Tribune on attempts by a state agency to crackdown on school discipline disparities among racial groups. The Op-Ed suggests that a crackdown could result in chaos in the classroom. Neill’s illustration of an administrator hiding behind a white board that’s being pelleted with paper airplanes depicts […]
Gary Neill’s recent commission, an editorial illustration for Canadian Lawyer magazine, with options on how the legal profession can respond to cross border data breaches.
Gary Neill created this animated light bulb with a skull inside and various weapons circling around it from a previous commission for The Boston Globe about key innovations that occurred during WWI. Neill’s .gif is part of an ongoing series looking at how editorial illustration can work in digital publications and social media feeds.
Gary Neill illustrated an article for The London Business School Review on what people will do not to feel out of control. The article identifies society’s need to elect an alpha male to maintain the illusion of control. Neill’s editorial illustration of Trump at the podium in front of a red backdrop; his shadow looming large as a primate […]
Lexpe Gary Neill created a series of editorial illustrations for Lexpert magazine on ransomware attacks and cyber insurance. Neill’s illustrations are featured in a blog post showing different sectors such as business, sport, technology, health, motion, and opinion. The illustrator’s vibrant and compelling style conveys the threat of cyber attack with strong visual concepts, bold color and […]
Gary Neill recently created an editorial illustration for The Economist for an article on genetic repairs to DNA in embryos. Neill’s colorful graphic of a strand of DNA’s double helix, inserted into a cell by the gloved hand of a lab scientist, appeared in print and online to promote the article to the newspaper’s 21-million Twitter followers.
There’s been a huge update over at www.garyneill.com with a new site design, lots of new work and an animated section too. Put the kettle on, make a brew and take a look when you can.
Following on from my nomination in the V&A Illustration Awards I was asked for my two penn’orth on the industry.
A recent commission from Surgery Creations for the front cover of The Journalist magazine. The issue discussed the impact and influence that the brutal press coverage had in the Brexit debate.
Recent commission for The Economist about some positive signs of growth in the global economy.
Recent illustration for an article about whether some people are genetically more suited to become elite athletes or if it’s all about the training.
A recent commission for Wealth Management magazine looking at the range of possible actions Donald Trump may take when in office. The fact that no-one really seems to know for sure whether this gamble will financially pay off or not was the key theme behind the image. Some of the initial roughs are below.
New blog post looking at the process and ideas behind a recent commission for The Nation.
A recent commission for The Nation about the Obama administration foreign policy and how this may change under the next administration.
A recent commission from The Economist that accompanied an article that discussed falling returns for pensioners on their retirement plans.
This is the beginning of a series of animated collaborations working with @mrgrifter who has done a splendid job in making my editorial illustrations move with humour and fluidity.
Gary Neill was part of ‘Mind Invasion’ a collage show at the Observer Building in Hastings, England. The show was a major survey of contemporary collage with close to 500 works exhibited. The opportunity allowed Gary to return to a simpler, analogue, way of making imagery.
The lovely people over at Variety Magazine are big fans of illustration and use a wide range of great illustrators in a range of styles. I was lucky enough to work with them on a recent article about the one year anniversary of the Sony data hack and how Hollywood had adapted to this threat.
This is part of an ongoing series where Gary is exploring how to animate editorial commissions previously used in print. Each animation loops in order to be able to work within social media news feeds or possibly magazine content that also has to work on tablet devices.
Recent commission for The Economist about ‘digital highwaymen’ encrypting an individuals data until they pay a ransom.