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Bill Mayer
The Bill Mayer
Bill Mayer is a graduate of Ringling College of Art in Sarasota, Florida, where he met and married his wife Lee the day before graduation in 1972. Bill worked as an Illustrator for several local studios in Decatur, Georgia before starting his own Illustration Studio in 1978. A renowned illustrator of exceptional talent and infectious good humor who is often imitated but rarely equaled. His clientele includes most of the Fortune Five Hundred companies in the free world. Clients such as Mattel, Hasbro, DreamWorks, Cartoon Network, Levi's for Women, Jose' Cuervo, Time Magazine, IBM, Delta Airlines, Yupo and RJR Nabisco reflect his unique talent. He has the ability to satisfy a varied range of business sectors including illustration, advertising, design, character development, editorial, and consulting.

In 2013, Bill was featured in Society Of Illustrators 56 in New York, As well as appearing in numerous other publications including BLAB World 3 and SPECTRUM 20, and So far in 2014, He has gotten three pieces into Society of Illustrators 57, and won 5 awards (GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE, AND TWO HONORABLE MENTIONS) at Society of Illustrators LA 52.

Bill's "Bright Eyes" stamps for the U.S. Postal Service were one of the most collectible stamp series of the decade, and the Tour de France posters he produced for Eric Kessel / Kessel Kramer, Amsterdam appeared on the cover of Archive Magazine. His posters for the ­acclaimed play “A Christmas Carol” for Hartford Stage have generated many national awards, including Gold and Silver Medals from the Society of Illustrators in New York City.
Bill Mayer

Pretty Things
BLAB Show 9 Prints
Strange Dreams; Gouache Paintings
Demented Little Beasties
General Orders No. 9