List of Past & Current INX artists

INX Artists C — F

David Chelsea David Chelsea is the author, most recently, of Extreme Perspective! For Artists: Learn the Secrets of Curvilinear, Cylindrical, Fisheye, Isometric, and Other Amazing Systems that Will Make Your Drawings Pop Off the Page.

Paul Corio
A graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, Paul Corio has been illustrating since 1986. His clients have included
Business Week, The Chicago Tribune, Entertainment Weekly, Fortune, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, Saveur, Sesame Street Parents, and The Washington Post. He has produced animation for MTV and has had his fine art exhibited in shows in New York and San Francisco.
He has taught illustration at Parsons School of Design, and has worked in the design departments of The Village Voice and National Lampoon. An avid jazz musician, he performs regularly in downtown Manhattan and has released several CDs of his music.

Scott Cunningham Cunningham started publishing his illustrations and comics during the Zine explosion in the 1980s, and organized one of the first surveys of the then-current underground publishing scene in 1989 for Minor Injury Gallery in Brooklyn, N.Y. He became a regular contributor and co-editor of the political comic book World War 3 Illustrated around the same time. Then his work leaked into “official” alternative publishing, via The Village Voice, Heavy Metal and New York Press, and eventually into mainstream publications like The New York Times. He was a contributor to INX for many years.
In the mid-90s Cunningham began writing for DC comics, first for DC’s Vertigo line, which specializes in horror-tinged comics. His work appeared in the anthologies
Gangland, Flinch and Weird Westerns. His mini-series Congo Bill was collected into a graphic novel in Italy and France. For many years, Cunningham wrote monthly comic books for children, including DC Comics Cartoon Network Anthology, Looney Tunes and Scooby-Doo, as well as Archie Comics. His graphic novel Bad For You, a docu-comic on moral and media panics concerning children (with co-author/illustrator Kevin Pyle) will be published by Henry Holt in the fall of 2013.

Bob Dahm
Bob Dahm is an illustrator currently teaching at the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. His illustrations have appeared in
The Boston Globe, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Education Week, American Journalism Review, and many other publications worldwide. His work has received awards from the Society of News Design, Print, and the Art Directors Clubs of Washington and Los Angeles. He continues to divide his time between teaching and illustration and is currently working on the illustrated book The Piggies Go to the Beach.

Henrik Drescher
Born in Copenhagen, Denmark, Henrik Drescher and his family immigrated to the US in 1967. After only a semester, he left his studies at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to begin a career in illustration. He also traveled throughout the US, Mexico, and Europe, keeping journals of notes and drawings that he later used as portfolios.
Drescher’s editorial illustrations appear regularly in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Newsweek, Time, and Rolling Stone. He has also written and illustrated several books, including books for children. His books are held in the collections of the Library of Congress, the Museum of Modern Art, NY, the Victoria and Albert Museum, London and the Rijksmuseum, the Netherlands. He has received numerous other honors including two awards from the Society of Illustrators.

Randall Enos Randall Enos was born in New Bedford, Massachusetts, in 1936 and studied painting at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, for two years before giving in to his childhood fascination with illustration and cartooning. He has pursued a career in editorial illustration for 50 years. His primary clients nowadays include The Wall Street Journal, Time, Fortune, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and many other magazines and newspapers. His work also includes many children's books.
Enos does his illustrations in a linocut style he created in the mid-sixties while working for
Playboy and NBC. By printing on different colored papers, he created a collage style that is unique to him.
He has also done some comic strip work as an assistant on
Popeye and later doing strips for National Lampoon and Playboy among others. His animation film work includes advertising for NBC, CBS and Burlington Mills. He has created film titles for feature films like The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming and for industrial films for Xerox and Olivetti. He won a prize at Cannes in 1965 for an animated television commercial that never aired because of its avant-garde nature.
Teaching stints have included eight years at Parsons School of Design and guest teaching at School of Visual Arts and Syracuse University.
He lives with his wife on a horse farm in Connecticut where he tends his three horses and two boarders, along with four ducks, two cats and a dog.

Vivienne Flesher
A founding member of INX, Vivienne Flesher has produced work for clients as diverse as The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Starbucks, KQED-TV, and Shiseido, She has illustrated three children’s books and will be publishing a fourth that she has written and photographed, Several of her posters can be found in the Permanent Collection of the Library of Congress and she recently illustrated the 2005 Love Stamp for the US Postal Service,
Besides her commercial work, Ms. Flesher frequently creates for private collectors and has shown work throughout Europe, Asia, and the US, A worldwide traveler, she has lived in Manhattan, Tokyo, and Venice. She currently lives in San Francisco.
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