Ryan Johnson

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA

Ryan Johnson is an illustrator based in Brooklyn, NY and he works mostly from his home studio. His illustrations have been called eccentric, inventive, vibrant and exaggerated.

He has been recognized by American Illustration, 3×3 and the Society of Illustrators. He keeps busy drawing and plein air painting, drinking coffee, playing cribbage, and obsessing over podcasts, but mostly he makes illustrations.

Clients

The New Yorker, GQ, The New York Times, Facebook, NPR, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Smithsonian, The Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, Variety, The Washington Post, Variety, United Airlines Rhapsody, Random House, Narratively, Airbnb, Corriere Delle Sera, Ritual Coffee Roasters, Commercial Observer, Denver Regional Council Of Governments, Portland Mercury, Boise Weekly, East Bay Express, True Parent Magazine, 5280, SevenFifty Daily, Backpacker, Duft & Watterson, Ask The Sherwins, Duckhorn Winery, Callisto Media.

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Ryan Johnson

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The Beach
Back Alley
Pruning
Brooklyn
Scooter Life
Portugal
Da Club
Flood On Grand Revisited
Flood On Grand Revisited
Jealousy
Jealousy
The Abduction Of Proserpina By Pluto
The Abduction Of Proserpina By Pluto
The Apartment
The Runner
The Runner
Watching You
Watching You
Boxing Match
Boxing Match
The Golfer
The Golfer
Break Dance
The Dance
The Dance
The Biker And The Monet
The Biker And The Monet
Kickflip
Kickflip
Figure Skater
Figure Skater

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Here's a fun set of illustrations for by #lcmartist Ryan Johnson for The Los Angeles Times. The story follows writer Mark…

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