The New Yorker. How can I get started in editorial illustration? Of course, you must have previous knowledge of illustration, although it is not necessary that you be a "virtuous" person of drawing, nor have a necessarily realistic style. There are exponents of editorial illustration that use techniques such as collage to compose their pieces. Others have a school more attached to the fine arts, or they use photographs or typography with different methods. Among the skills that you have to work on if you want to become an editorial illustrator, the
following stand out: - Power of analysis and observation to extract the essence of the text. - Research capacity. - Interest in current affairs and general culture. - Knowledge of graphic design and typography. - Digital process skills and editorial design and jewelry retouching service illustration software . You may also like:We remember the prolific typographer and logo designer with a sample of his most emblematic work Ed Benguiat (1924-2020) was an American typographer, designer, and lettering
artist whose influence on the creative world is hard to fathom. In addition to having served as associate editor of Esquire magazine (whose logo he designed), he was a prestigious jazz percussionist (under the name Eddie Benart), aviator pilot, teacher (with more than 50 years of teaching career) and for some time , also worked retouching "scandalous" images in magazines. Ed Benguiat: Stranger Things, Esquire, and the 600 Fonts of a Unique Typographer 2 The Barcelona'92, Esquire and The New York Times logos created by typographer Ed Benguiat.