Jack Unruh, American commercial illustrator, Died at 80

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Jack Unruh was born on July 31, 1935, and died on May 16, 2016.

He was a commercial illustrator.

His works in advertising project for all type’s of companies.

He won several awards from the Society of Illustrators.

Jack Unruh work focuses primarily on the outdoors.

Most of his work parallels an interest in the outdoors while some of the more, conceptual illustrations are a result of waiting for the hatch or watching the sunset over West Texas quail country.

That results have been published in Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, Atlantic Monthly, Time, Sports Illustrated, Readers Digest, New York Magazine, National Geographic, Sports Afield, Field and Stream, GQ, Road and Track and Texas Monthly.

The Annual Reports include Borg Warner, MCI, Transamerica, Halliburton, Brinker International, Herman Miller, Sony, Hartford Financial Services, United Technologies, Entergy and Readers Digest. IBM, Citicorp, Exxon/Mobil, Budweiser, American Airlines, Champion Paper, Interstate Batteries, Remington Firearms, Leatherman Tools, Avia, Georgia Pacific, The Bronx Zoo, Sage Rods, Kendall Jackson, Pac Bell are among Unruh’s many advertising assignments.

He has appeared in Communication Arts Illustration Annual since its inception and has been in numerous shows of American Illustration, Graphis, AIGA and Print.

Jack Unruh passed away at 80 yrs old.