P.Berkbigler Illustration

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P.Berkbigler Design & Illustration imagery and illustration samples.
  • Skating the Starlight Express Book Cover Illustrations

    Michal Fraley has taught skating techniques to recreational, competitive artistic and speed skaters, as well as over 600 performers for productions of Starlight Express, Andrew Lloyd Webber's roller-skating musical about the lives of trains. This book chronicles Michal's life, his own training as a skater and the many paths that led him to a full-time life of skate training. Michal continues to serve as one of the leading skate trainers for international productions of Starlight Express.

    Art Direction: Michal Fraley & Paul Berkbigler
  • Character Home Company Promotional Card Illustration

    This illustrated card was created for a Dallas / Fort Worth-based renovation company focused on refurbishing craftsmen houses built between 1920-1940 in period-consistent ways. This imagery was crafted to convey the care and skill the Character Homes staff invest into their work.
  • Issues in Christian Education Music Issue Illustration

    An illustration created for an edition of Issues in Christian Education magazine focused on several ways that music is involved in education, religion and worship.

    This particular illustration accompanied an article on how a study of music has also been incorporated into neuroscience research, particularly in terms of how music affects brain chemistry and architecture.
  • Issues in Christian Education Music Issue Illustration

    An illustration created for an edition of Issues in Christian Education magazine focused on several ways that music is involved in education, religion and worship.

    This particular illustration accompanied an article on how music education features into and is greatly needed within the life of the Christian church.
  • Hanna Barbera Open Art Project Illustrations

    This series of three illustrated posters was created in response to an invitation by Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc. to generate inventive reimaginings of classic HB characters. These posters show the three principle characters from the 1965-1967 series, Secret Squirrel, interpreted as a set of typographic illustrations. This work was executed through and commissioned by
    Matli Group.

    Secret Squirrel character imagery remains the sole property of Hanna-Barbera Productions and Warner Brothers Studios.

    Art Direction: Dave Matli & Kenn Rudolph
  • Hagerty Insurance Policy Announcement Illustrations

    Both of these illustrations were developed as graphic concepts to communicate Hagerty's exceptional commitment to the preservation of collector vehicles directly to Hagerty policy holders.

    These illustrations were designed to be printed directly onto standard insurance documentation that Hagerty clients would receive regularly via mail. This work was executed through and commissioned by
    Matli Group.

    Art Direction:
    Dave Matli & Kenn Rudolph

  • DC Comics Open Art Project Illustrations

    These two illustrations were created in response to an invitation by DC Comics to generate inventive reimaginings of characters from the Batman comics. These images feature Harley Quinn & Poison Ivy as seen through the lens of mid-century modernist illustration styles - something similar to what might have appeared in a 1950s or 1960s children's book. This work was executed through and commissioned by Matli Group.

    Batman character imagery remains the sole property of DC Comics and Warner Brothers Studios.

    Art Direction: Dave Matli & Ian Horner

  • Drawn From The Word Spot Illustrations

    This series of six images come from a collection of roughly 100 black-and-white spot art illustrations that I executed for Drawn From The Word, an illustration archive that's sold by Creative Communications for the Parish. The collection is designed to provide churches and Christian schools with a library of liturgical imagery that can be used in a wide variety of church and school publications and presentations. The collection also includes some general spot art associated with common holidays and events within the church year.

    Art Direction: Sally Beck, Mark Zimmerman & Paul Berkbigler
  • DC Comics Open Art Project Illustrations

    These two illustrations were created in response to an invitation by DC Comics to generate inventive reimaginings of characters from the Batman comics. These images feature Harley Quinn & Poison Ivy as typographic composites. This work was executed through and commissioned by
    Matli Group.

    Batman character imagery remains the sole property of DC Comics and Warner Brothers Studios.

    Art Direction: Dave Matli & Ian Horner
  • Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots Interactive Game Artwork

    Among the multiple projects that I tackled during my graduate studies at Tyler School of Art, easily one of the most fun projects to work on was an interactive children's eye-spy / visual scavenger hunt game based on the Flaming Lips' album Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots. In the game, Yoshimi is the designated guardian of Citius Major (seen in the background of this splash screen illustration), and has to use her uncanny powers of observation and detection to find the pink robots that have hidden themselves throughout the city. The robots were loosely disguised as commonplace objects which the game players have to tap and test to find out what's a robot and what's not.

    Art Direction: Dermot Mac Cormack & Paul Berkbigler
  • The AH-HAs of Advent Devotional Booklet Illustrations

    This booklet is one of many published by
    Creative Communications for the Parish, a Christian publisher based in St. Louis, Missouri. These are interior page illustrations and layouts from this booklet of devotional readings meant to carry a reader through 40 days of meditations leading through the Advent season and up to Christmas Eve.

    Booklet text written by: Dr. Rich Bimler
    Art Direction & Copy Editing: Mark Zimmermann



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