American Illustration and American Photography (AI-AP) is regarded by creative professionals as the “books of record” and best sources for today’s top image makers, and the AI-AP archive is a comprehensive gallery of current and past jury-selected images. We are thrilled that Creative Collective’s Eric van den Brulle has received the honor of “Chosen” image to appear in the online archive of ai-ap.com. Eric’s haunting image of Michael Alig captures the former club promoter, musician and writer, and founder of Club Kids, a NYC clubgoer phenomenon from the 80’s, after his release from prison, where he served 17 years for murdering his drug dealer. Eric’s image was chosen as one of 350, from over 7,000 submitted.
The New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest
Creative Collective’s Richard Hine is not just a five-time finalist in The New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest, he’s now also a two-time winner. His most recent caption appeared in the March 18, 2019 issue. The legendary New Yorker contest attracts several thousand entries every week. The Wall Street Journal says it “has dogged best-selling authors, Pulitzer Prize winners and business tycoons” for years. Wired Magazine calls it “notoriously frustrating.” Richard will be entering again this week.
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