The JEB Blog gives the back story on our creative projects of illustration and graphic design.


2020 Vision - the Future issue illustrations for FUNWORLD

FUNWORLD's May 2015 illustrated cover by Joe Barsin

The May 2015 cover illustration, along with 14 intro section icons(!), for FUNWOLRD magazine was very creative. I had a great experience of working with the Editor-in-Chief, Jeremy Schoolfield. It sounds like he feels the same way, below is a quote from Jeremy:

You are one of my absolute favorite people to work with, so thank you for all you do for us, not just on this one [May 2015 issue] but on an annual basis. You are my first and only call when I need this type of work. Thanks for putting up with all our changes in direction, crazy ideas, etc. 
 — Jeremy 

See more illustration work by Joe Barsin here.

Visit FUNWORLD here.

14 intro section icons were developed for the FUNWORLD May 2015 issue.


Branding for the 2015 National Crime Victims’ Rights

Image shows the range of products designed for 2015 NCVRWWe had the privilege to work again this year with our longtime client, The National Center for Victims of Crime, to design and illustrate the campaign for the National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. The resource guide filled with education materials are made available to support victims of crime and empower them to direct their own recovery. The posters are displayed in Federal Government Buildings and Court Houses including Post Offices throughout the United States. 

Learn more at the Office of Justice website.
The 2015 National Crime Victims' Rights poster illustrated by Joe Barsin.


Art for the 150th anniversary of Lee's surrender at Appomattox, VA

Today, April 9, 2015, marks the 150th anniversary of Robert E. Lee's surrender to Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox, Virginia. This War Department video explores some of the artifacts that survive from that historic day.

At about 4 p.m. on April 9, 1865, Lee left the modest McLean House, where the surrender had been arranged. 

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