Artist Nik Ad


Image #1 (NikAd1) was created on assignment from Psychotherapy Networker Magazine (Livia Kent, art director/managing editor) and published in May/June 2018 edition of the magazine. It accompanied the essay titled The Rescue by Elizabeth Young. The essay concerned the healing power of poetry.

Nik Ad is a New York / Connecticut, USA based artist. His concept-driven acrylic paintings have appeared on the covers of Time and Newsweek magazines, as well as in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USAToday, The Washington Post, U.S.News & World Report, Chicago Tribune, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Playboy, Fortune, Rand Review, Lurzer's Archive, Harvard Business Review and countless others.

Image #2 (NikAd2) was created on assignment from The Chronicle of Higher Education (Scott Seymour, art director) and published all the way back in April 18, 2003 edition of the journal. It accompanied the article Nature Takes Only Tiny Steps but Still Surpasses Our Reckoning by David P. Barash. The article tackled the issue of evolution’s lack of clear boundaries.

More info:

Website: http://www.illustratorusa.com

Saatchi Art: https://www.saatchiart.com/account/artworks/25689

Ello: https://ello.co/nikad

Twitter: https://twitter.com/IllustratorUSA

Image #3 (NikAd3) was, once again, done for Psychotherapy Networker Magazine (Livia Kent, art director/managing editor). It was published in Jan/Feb. 2018 edition with the essay titled Kinship Without Connection by Mark Matousek. The story described completely opposite political views of two biological brothers.

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