Lecture by Brad Holland

Presented by the Illustration Program
October 11, 2012, 7:00–9:00 pm
Florence and Leo B. Helzel Boardroom, San Francisco Campus

Free and open to CCA community only
Info: Michecia Jones, mjones@cca.edu, 415.551.9330

Brad Holland is an award-winning freelance illustrator. He is best known for his work in Playboy, but his drawings and paintings have also appeared in Avante-Garde, Newsweek, Penthouse, Time, and many underground publications. He has worked for the John Dioszegi art studio, Hallmark Cards, and as a contributing artist for the New York Times op-ed page, and his portfolio spans several media.

His projects include designing a U.S. postage stamp, book and album covers, and completing a mural for the United Nations building in New York.

In addition to being a nationally recognized artist whose work has appeared in museums and exhibits all over the world, Holland has advocated for freelance illustrators through articles and speeches and by helping to organize the first National Illustration Conference (ICON). The Style section of the Washington Post hailed him as the “undisputed star of American Illustration.”