click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Ben Hogan 1953   created for the  Workbook Illustration  directory   note:  the samples of illustrations created by Steven in this  retro  section do not mimic the execution of artistic styling from past eras, but rather the  content  of these images is subject matter (and characters) from specific events and time periods in the past.
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Flapper    see a posting on Steven's blog on how this illustration was created.
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   above:  cropped view of a scene from the picture book   Brothers at Bat   …the story of 12 brothers from New Jersey who formed a semi-pro baseball team, competing from the 1930’s through the 1950’s. In 1997 they were honored by  The Baseball Hall of Fame  for being the longest playing all-brother team in history. Written by Audrey Vernick & illustrated by  Steven Salerno  -published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2012  see additional images from  The Kid from Diamond Street  in the  steven’s picture books  section
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Old vs New   created for the  Workbook Illustration  directory
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   The Fairy Lesson
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   above:  portrait of   American architect Daniel Burnham... (detail) from the picture book   The Fantastic Ferris Wheel   -written by Betsy Harvey Kraft & illustrated by  Steven Salerno  -published by Christy Ottaviano Books, 2015  The true story of American engineer George Washington Ferris, who designed and built the very first giant observation wheel for the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, nicknamed by the mesmerized public as the "Ferris Wheel”  see additional images from  The Fantastic Ferris Wheel  in the  steven’s picture books  section
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   above:  patrons first arriving at the Fair... from the picture book   The Fantastic Ferris Wheel   -written by Betsy Harvey Kraft & illustrated by  Steven Salerno  -published by Christy Ottaviano Books, 2015  The true story of American engineer George Washington Ferris, who designed and built the very first giant observation wheel for the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, nicknamed by the mesmerized public as the "Ferris Wheel”  see additional images from  The Fantastic Ferris Wheel  in the  steven’s picture books  section
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   above:  close-up detail of the illustration seen on the  left   see additional images from  The Fantastic Ferris Wheel  in the  steven’s picture books  section
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Paul & Babe   promotional ad page created for  Workbook Illustration  directory
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Ben Hogan at Carnoustie in 1953   visit the  golf  section to see Steven’s golf art & graphics
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   The Match   visit the  golf  section to see Steven’s golf art & graphics
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Summer Books  (detail)  created for  The Chicago Tribune
       
     
 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   above:  cropped view of a scene from the picture book   The Kid from Diamond Street   …depicting young Edith Houghton and her baseball teammates aboard the steamship  President Jefferson in 1925,  bound for Yokohama, Japan -written by Audrey Vernick & illustrated by  Steven Salerno  -published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2016  see additional images from  The Kid from Diamond Street  in the  steven’s picture books  section
       
     
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 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Ben Hogan 1953   created for the  Workbook Illustration  directory   note:  the samples of illustrations created by Steven in this  retro  section do not mimic the execution of artistic styling from past eras, but rather the  content  of these images is subject matter (and characters) from specific events and time periods in the past.
       
     

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Ben Hogan 1953

created for the Workbook Illustration directory

note: the samples of illustrations created by Steven in this retro section do not mimic the execution of artistic styling from past eras, but rather the content of these images is subject matter (and characters) from specific events and time periods in the past.

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Flapper    see a posting on Steven's blog on how this illustration was created.
       
     

click upper right corner of images to enlarge

Flapper

see a posting on Steven's blog on how this illustration was created.

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   above:  cropped view of a scene from the picture book   Brothers at Bat   …the story of 12 brothers from New Jersey who formed a semi-pro baseball team, competing from the 1930’s through the 1950’s. In 1997 they were honored by  The Baseball Hall of Fame  for being the longest playing all-brother team in history. Written by Audrey Vernick & illustrated by  Steven Salerno  -published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2012  see additional images from  The Kid from Diamond Street  in the  steven’s picture books  section
       
     

click upper right corner of images to enlarge

above: cropped view of a scene from the picture book Brothers at Bat …the story of 12 brothers from New Jersey who formed a semi-pro baseball team, competing from the 1930’s through the 1950’s. In 1997 they were honored by The Baseball Hall of Fame for being the longest playing all-brother team in history. Written by Audrey Vernick & illustrated by Steven Salerno -published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2012

see additional images from The Kid from Diamond Street in the steven’s picture books section

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Old vs New   created for the  Workbook Illustration  directory
       
     

click upper right corner of images to enlarge

Old vs New

created for the Workbook Illustration directory

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   The Fairy Lesson
       
     

click upper right corner of images to enlarge

The Fairy Lesson

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   above:  portrait of   American architect Daniel Burnham... (detail) from the picture book   The Fantastic Ferris Wheel   -written by Betsy Harvey Kraft & illustrated by  Steven Salerno  -published by Christy Ottaviano Books, 2015  The true story of American engineer George Washington Ferris, who designed and built the very first giant observation wheel for the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, nicknamed by the mesmerized public as the "Ferris Wheel”  see additional images from  The Fantastic Ferris Wheel  in the  steven’s picture books  section
       
     

click upper right corner of images to enlarge

above: portrait of American architect Daniel Burnham... (detail) from the picture book The Fantastic Ferris Wheel -written by Betsy Harvey Kraft & illustrated by Steven Salerno -published by Christy Ottaviano Books, 2015

The true story of American engineer George Washington Ferris, who designed and built the very first giant observation wheel for the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, nicknamed by the mesmerized public as the "Ferris Wheel”

see additional images from The Fantastic Ferris Wheel in the steven’s picture books section

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   above:  patrons first arriving at the Fair... from the picture book   The Fantastic Ferris Wheel   -written by Betsy Harvey Kraft & illustrated by  Steven Salerno  -published by Christy Ottaviano Books, 2015  The true story of American engineer George Washington Ferris, who designed and built the very first giant observation wheel for the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, nicknamed by the mesmerized public as the "Ferris Wheel”  see additional images from  The Fantastic Ferris Wheel  in the  steven’s picture books  section
       
     

click upper right corner of images to enlarge

above: patrons first arriving at the Fair... from the picture book The Fantastic Ferris Wheel -written by Betsy Harvey Kraft & illustrated by Steven Salerno -published by Christy Ottaviano Books, 2015

The true story of American engineer George Washington Ferris, who designed and built the very first giant observation wheel for the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, nicknamed by the mesmerized public as the "Ferris Wheel”

see additional images from The Fantastic Ferris Wheel in the steven’s picture books section

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   above:  close-up detail of the illustration seen on the  left   see additional images from  The Fantastic Ferris Wheel  in the  steven’s picture books  section
       
     

click upper right corner of images to enlarge

above: close-up detail of the illustration seen on the left

see additional images from The Fantastic Ferris Wheel in the steven’s picture books section

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Paul & Babe   promotional ad page created for  Workbook Illustration  directory
       
     

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Paul & Babe

promotional ad page created for Workbook Illustration directory

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Ben Hogan at Carnoustie in 1953   visit the  golf  section to see Steven’s golf art & graphics
       
     

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Ben Hogan at Carnoustie in 1953

visit the golf section to see Steven’s golf art & graphics

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   The Match   visit the  golf  section to see Steven’s golf art & graphics
       
     

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The Match

visit the golf section to see Steven’s golf art & graphics

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   Summer Books  (detail)  created for  The Chicago Tribune
       
     

click upper right corner of images to enlarge

Summer Books (detail)

created for The Chicago Tribune

 click upper right corner of images to enlarge   above:  cropped view of a scene from the picture book   The Kid from Diamond Street   …depicting young Edith Houghton and her baseball teammates aboard the steamship  President Jefferson in 1925,  bound for Yokohama, Japan -written by Audrey Vernick & illustrated by  Steven Salerno  -published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2016  see additional images from  The Kid from Diamond Street  in the  steven’s picture books  section
       
     

click upper right corner of images to enlarge

above: cropped view of a scene from the picture book The Kid from Diamond Street …depicting young Edith Houghton and her baseball teammates aboard the steamship President Jefferson in 1925, bound for Yokohama, Japan -written by Audrey Vernick & illustrated by Steven Salerno -published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2016

see additional images from The Kid from Diamond Street in the steven’s picture books section

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