Mark Stutzman is best known for his illustration that adorned the 1993 Elvis Presley Stamp, ushering in a wave of excitement for the U.S. Postal Service.
Since the famed stamp's release, Stutzman has gone on to work for countless clients across the country and around the globe. He has logged over
2000 assignment documenting his many hours of dedication to his craft. Stutzman’s work can be seen on numerous book covers for authors such as Stephen King and Mary Higgins Clark. He has been on the sets of Batman movies and the original Jurassic Park to produce artwork for DC Comics and McDonald’s. His work is most often seen in entertainment circles including the Broadway shows, Annie Get Your Gun, Young Frankenstein, Matilda, and Sister Act. He has also been a two-time speaker at The Entertainment Gathering in Monterey, CA and has been a member of The Society Of Illustrators in New York for over 20 years and earning The Stephen Dohanos Award from the Society.
The Art of Magic
BY MARK STUTZMAN
@ VOL 1
ON JAN 29, 2015
Mark Stutzman, illustrator known for the iconic Elvis U.S. Postal stamp and numerous other artistic accomplishments, discusses his work with David Blaine. In this particular project, Mark creates a promotional poster for David Blaine's memorable feat of being drowned alive in New York City.
"Presentation of the Day" on February 19, 2015.