About the Artist, Johanna Goodman
New York-based Artist, Johanna Goodman graduated from Parsons School of Design (NYC) with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration. She has been a freelance Illustrator and practicing fine artist ever since. Her work has garnered awards from The Society of Publication Design, American Illustration, and Communication Arts. She was also awarded a NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship grant for Printmaking / Drawing / Book Arts for her work on The Catalogue of Imaginary Beings.
Clients include: The Metropolitan Transit Authority of New York, Ferragamo, Valextra, truTV, Doordash, Renaissance Hotels, Celebrity Cruises, Glamour, Art Basel Magazine, Avenue Magazine, Airbnb, Random House, Universal Music Group Japan, Adidas, The Museum of Natural History, The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, West Elm, Habitat Skateboards, The Sidney Hillman Foundation, The Paley Center for Media, Time Magazine, Rolling Stone, Le Monde, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, New York Magazine, D/La Repubblica, Grazia, Harvard Chan Shool Of Medicine, UCLA Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine, and Cosmopolitan Magazine among many others.
Goodman and her work have been featured in profiles in numerous publications including The Observer/Guardian, Vogue Portugal, Frankie Magazine, Flow Magazine, Marie Claire Maison, Le Courier International, Tempo Travel, Uppercase Magaine, the Creative Review, WePresent by WeTransfer, Adobe Create, Trendland, This is Colossal, and Inspiration Grid to name a few.
Her work has been inluded in several books about art, collage and illustration such as The Age of Collage: Contemporary Collage in Modern Art 1 (Gestalten 2016), The Age of Collage: Contemporary Collage in Modern Art 3 (Gestalten, 2021), Collage by Women (Promopress Editions, 2019), The Collage Ideas Book (Octopus Publishing Group, 2018), Every Body (Little Brown & Co, 2020), and Rolling Stone, The Illustrated Portraits (Rizzoli, 2020).
Her work is in many private and public collections and she has exhibited her work widely in New York, Berlin, and London.
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