Jack A. Molloy

Jack A. Molloy

Jack A. Molloy began his illustration career after attending Layton School of Art and Minneapolis College of Art & Design.

Jack’s Studio is a warehouse filled with all the interests and distractions that have occupied his mind throughout the many years. There are wooden boxes of old maps, stacks of history books, bins of ephemera and doo-dads along with various arcane machines and production equipment. Mr. Molloy sits in a dim corner of the cavernous space at an antique wooden office desk, cobbling together Trompe-l’oeil styled maps and authentic looking document type pieces of art for clients such as The Boston Globe, Smithsonian, Forbes, and many others. He spent numerous years as a wood engraver and block print artist and calls on those old disciplines to accomplish his current artistic diversion.

Molloy has received merits in How, Print, Communication Arts, NY Art Directors Club, American Illustration, AIGA and also has been a featured artist in Communication Arts.

Federal Reserve
Harvard Business Reiew
The Boston Globe
The New York Times
The New Yorker
United Airlines
Washington Post

Texas Power Co-Op Magazine : The Making of Ink

The New York Times : Carbon Credits

Texas Highways Magazine Special Edition : Wildflower Issue

Texas Power Co-Op Magazine : A Star is Born

The Boston Globe : Sunday Real Estate Section

New York Times : Actual Map of Texas

Claremont College : 75th Anniversary

Texas Power Co-Op Magazine : Holding Aces

New York Times : Best Barbecue Stops
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