Josh Cochran: Serra
Josh Cochran is a Brooklyn-based (by way of Taiwan and California) illustrator whose detailed graphic work is a combination of neat, precise execution and abstract expressionism. The talented artist is able to incorporate so many styles into each piece, and channels different moods for each commission, which range from commercial clients to small, community-based projects. Cochran's ability to execute a visual story makes him an incredibly interesting illustrator to watch, as It's Nice That and The Fox is Black have already pointed out.
Josh Cochran: "A live drawing/mural I did with Leif Parsons and John Malta for the AARP Life Reimagined convention in New Orleans. Seniors were given cards to write down their life goals and dreams, which we then interpreted and drew on a large wall during the event. Produced by: SYPartners."
Josh Cochran: Guston
Josh Cochran: Screenprint for a benefit for the Japan Society Earthquake Relief Fund, image from Akira Kurosawa's Hidden Fortress
Josh Cochran: This is how I lived in LA
Josh Cochran: T-shirt designs for Death Cab for Cutie
Josh Cochran: For an article in Plansponsor magazine about a company rolling content from one place to another. Art Director: SooJin Buzelli
Josh Cochran: Artwork for Beck's song reader
Josh Cochran: Portrait of John Zorn for the New Yorker