Jordan Awan YG9

  • Current Location: Brooklyn, NY
  • Originally From: United States
  • Studio: The New Yorker

Jordan Awan is an illustrator and art director based in Brooklyn, New York. In 2008, he co-founded Springtime Studio illustration with his wife and fellow illustrator Morgan Elliott. Since 2010 he has worked as an art director for The New Yorker. He has received recognition from The Society of Illustrators, American Illustration and the Art Directors Club.

Portfolio Imagery:

  • Project 1 of 4

    Blame Supercommittee’s Failure on the Income Gap

    An opinion article for Bloomberg View by Peter Orszag, about income inequality, its effect on political polarization, and how it leads to people with similar political views and incomes tending to group together geographically.

    Credits

    Art direction by Phil Lubliner

  • Project 2 of 4

    The Thousands by Daniel Alarcon

    An illustrated book for McSweeney's issue #28; for a fable-lenght story by Daniel Arcon.

    Credits

    Art direction by Elizabeth Kairys

  • Project 3 of 4

    Invitation to a Dialogue: America’s Direction

    An illustration for The New York Times Op-Ed page. "We often hear variations on a common lament: America has lost its way; the country is on the wrong track. These are valid opinions on an urgent topic, but one requiring scrutiny."

    Credits

    Art direction by Sarah Williamson and Alexandra Zsigmond

  • Project 4 of 4

    Gingerbread City holiday billboards for PUMA

    Two billboards, one for New York and one for Los Angeles, for PUMA's holiday campaign. Each billboard depicts a gingerbread version of its respective city.

    Credits

    Done for Droga 5

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