Jason Raish Illustration
Friday, October 17, 2014

Art give away!!  This is my first time doing this so I don’t really know how it works.  I have one Kult Magazine #15 with the theme of Machines to give away.  My art and the art of 50+ others mostly from around Asia are in there.  Kult is a way cool design agency in Singapore and I even visited them there once.  Re-blog this post and I will randomly pick from the re-bloggers and mail this thing and a few of my postcards to you anywhere in the world.  I feel lame making you reblog stuff but an artist has gotta do what an artist has gotta do right?  I’ll announce the winner in 1 week!  Next Friday is going to be sad when there is like one reblog from my mom but I have an extra one to give away so I want to share the love.  Mom you’re not allowed to enter!

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Typing on a tablet leads to shoulder pain because there is no force feedback and you have to hover over the touch sensitive pad found in a new study.  Illo for the wall street journal

Typing on a tablet leads to shoulder pain because there is no force feedback and you have to hover over the touch sensitive pad found in a new study.  Illo for the wall street journal

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Shelley Bergman is the master at trading in exchange traded funds (ETFs) and I illustrated him for the October cover and interior of Research Magazine.  Also did a spot based on this quote pulled from the story "Over time, a broad-based portfolio will go only one way, and that’s up. If you’re not overweighted in any one asset class, you cannot lose in this game.” 

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Scientific American is one of the few magazines that my mother subscribes to (she’s a science teacher) so it’s cool to finally be in magazine she subscribes to.  This one is about the recent fad of testosterone supplements being used by middle aged and older men despite the uncertainty about potential health risks.  This first illo I did for the story was killed so they went with the safer guy flexing route.  Buff Grand Daddy. 

http://www.scientificamerican.com/magazine/sa/2014/10-01/

Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Illustration for General Electric via Kult agency in Singapore.  GE had artists interpret facts about their “Evolution Series” engines. My fact was: 

If every train were powered by GE’s Evolution Series engines, the annual reduction of emissions would be like taking 48 million cars off the road.

Canterbury Bells I have found last for a long time, it’s been two weeks and they are still going.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Strategies for getting past “Application Tracking Systems” or, robot pre-interviewers, to get a real interview. I thought it sounded a lot like being at the gates of the Emerald City in the Wizard of Oz. Full page illustration.

Strategies for getting past “Application Tracking Systems” or, robot pre-interviewers, to get a real interview. I thought it sounded a lot like being at the gates of the Emerald City in the Wizard of Oz. Full page illustration.

 
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