Dick Bobnick has been a successful illustrator for over thirty five years. His versatility in creating dramatic celebrity portrait montages, beautiful pinup figures, sports, action-adventure and general advertising art keeps his work in demand by regional and national corporations. He has also been the recipient of many illustration art awards which are listed on his official website: www.dickbobnick.com
Over the years Dick has created illustrations for General Mills, 3M Company, the U.S. Army, Northwest Airlines, Pillsbury Company, Green Giant, Editor-Publisher Magazine, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Elvis Presley Enterprises, AT&T, the United States Historical Society, the Franklin Mint, the Minnesota Orchestra, Sony Corporation, French Paper Company, the U.S.A. Cable Network, Rosemount Aerospace Corporation, Barbour Publishing Company, the Grand Ole Opry and Opryland, Onan Company and numerous other local, regional and national advertising agencies and corporations. Dick created the beautiful portrait series of George Washington, Abe Lincoln and Ronald Reagan for U.S.A. Today's special Ronald Reagan second inaugural campaign ediltion and the original line portraits were made into silk screened prints and presented to Reagan's cabinet. Dick also created the official portrait of golf legend Sam Snead for Snead's official P.G.A. Hall Of Fame portrait.
After twenty five years as lead illustrator at several major Minneapolis graphics studios Dick went on his own and opened his own illustration studio in 1990 to pursue his specialties. He created an official 50th Anniversary commemorative print of the Normandy Invasion marketed worldwide by the U.S. Historical Society. He also created several Heirloom Collector plate series for the Franklin Mint commemorating the James Bond films, the Gunsmoke T.V. series, a portrait of Mother Teresa maarketed as a single Heirloom Collector plate and a cover portrait of Marilyn Monroe for a special collectors' edition of the Joyce Carole Oates novel, BLONDE, based loosely on Marilyn's life.
Dick also accepts private portrait and boudoir pinup commissions. Contact him directly by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone him at
his studio: (952) 890-6984.
All Dick Bobnick art images are copyright protected. All rights are reserved to copyright Dick Bobnick, 2014, and no copies other than purchased prints are permitted without the written permission of the artist. The images carry a protective watermark but it will not appear on any purchased prints.