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Ellen Weinstein
Ellen Weinstein was born and lives in New York City. She is a graduate of Pratt Institute and The High School of Art and Design. She is a regular contributor to Time Magazine, The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal and many other publications.

Ellen has created images for many design firms, book publishers and cultural institutions. Recent projects include a series of programs and posters for The Nashville Symphony, an ad campaign for Georges DuBoeuf wine, and books for Simon & Schuster and Workman Press.

Her work has been recognized by The Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Communication Arts, Printís Regional Design annual and 3 x3 Professional Show.

She also shows her work in various galleries in the US and Italy. Illustration anthologies include: Curvy, Illustration Today, Japan, New York Based Creatives ( from Taiwan) and "Drawing Inspiration: Visual Artists at Work" by Michael Fleishman. Ellen has lectured and conducted workshops in various art schools and at ICON6, The Illustration Conference. She is an Adjunct
Professor at the Rhode Island School of Design.


Album Art (3 weeks)
Album Art (6 weeks)
The Power of The Idea (3 weeks)
The Power of The Idea (6 weeks)
Visual Metaphors (3 weeks)
Visual Metaphors (6 weeks)
Editorial Print (3 weeks)
Editorial Print (6 weeks)
The New York Times Op Ed (3 weeks)
The New York Times Op Ed (6 weeks)