Megan Coyle is an artist and illustrator who resides in Brooklyn. She takes common, everyday magazines and turns them into works of art.
Coyle has exhibited her artwork at the Ward Museum, i.d.e.a. Museum, Smithsonian Ripley Center, Art League Gallery, Krempp Gallery, and other galleries around the country. She has been internationally published in publications that include the Washington Post, Somerset Studio, and Papirmasse. Coyle is also the author and illustrator of the children’s book Duck & Fish.
In the Studio with Megan Coyle
And I'm back at it with my anatomy series. This was yet another challenging yet interesting piece to work on.
The other day I completed a new custom art order. It has been a while since I've done a landscape/cityscape
I've taken a bit of a break from collage-making, but now I'm back at it. At the beginning of the
Resources for Artists & Creatives
Artists have been making artwork for centuries. For those non-artists out there, you're probably wondering what is it that makes
Sketchbooks are a wonderful way to practice your craft as an artist. You can use them to plan out future
Texture is the feel, appearance, or consistency of a surface. Artists use texture to add depth, interest, or balance to
Interviews & Talks with Megan Coyle
A couple of years ago I gave a talk at a Meetup for coders and artists. During the day I
I get a lot of my inspiration from everyday life. My portraits are inspired by people I know or familiar
I'm often asked why I'm drawn to making collages entirely from magazine cutouts. Why not paint my own paper or
The Adventures of Bosty
It's been a while since Bosty has gone on any adventures. He recently moved to NYC, and thought he'd head
Bosty wanted to get away for the weekend, but didn't feel like traveling too far away from DC, so he
Earlier this month, Bosty had a chance to check out the cherry blossoms in Washington, DC during their peak bloom.