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Jim Kopp


Jim Kopp, Illustrator

Thank you for your interest in Kopp Illustration, Inc.. I have been in the illustration business for over 25 years. During this time I have met the most demanding deadlines for clients from New York to Los Angeles and more recently Japan, Moscow and Italy. I spent my early years as a draftsman and then went on to receive an Associates Degree in Technical Illustration and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Technology. This training with the many years of experience has provided me with the tools necessary to understand and communicate the most demanding technical subjects in graphic form.

Clients include: Medline Medical, Rolling Stone Magazine, The EPA, Bose, Ikea, Forbes Magazine, Sunset Books, Esquire Magazine, Consumer Reports, Celebrity Cruise Line, PepBoys, Field and Stream Magazine, Pepsico, San Diego State University, Solatube International Inc., Hewlett-Packard, Qualcomm, McCall’s Magazine, Ladies Home Journal, Red Cross, Blue Cross, Rescue Rooter, Intuit Software, Popular Science, Home Depot, Anheuser-Busch Inc., Dayton-Superior, WD-40 and many more.

I am a contributor to the Graphic Artists Guild’s “Handbook - Pricing and Ethical Guidelines”

I illustrated the Childrens Craft Book “Pom Pom Puppies” by Klutz
that received a Disney Family Fun Toy of the Year 2013 Award.

I will have 2 images include in the soon to be released HOW book, “The 50 Markets of Illustration.”


Art Direction,Graphic Design,Illustration

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