Mark Burrier is an illustrator and designer. His work has received awards from the Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts, Print, American Illustration, 3×3 Magazine, HOW Magazine, STEP Inside Design, and the American Advertising Federation. Mark’s illustrations have been shown in galleries in New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo, and Seattle. His comics have been published internationally and have appeared in various books including Kramers Ergot. In 2007, his comic Noose was nominated for an Ignatz Award and was named “Best Comic Book” by the Baltimore City Paper. Born in Myersville, Maryland, Mark currently lives in McLean, Virginia with his wife and their ever-accumulating book collection.
When I asked Mark how his books were made he said, “Both books have 2 color silkscreen covers and xeroxed insides. I used a printer for the covers and assembled them all myself. When doing
small print runs, there’s such a cost savings doing it that way.”
The Lucky Ones gathers drawings, notes, lists, and scribbles from my last 2 sketchbooks which encompass spring/summer of 2005. Appeared in Print, HOW Magazine, and STEP Inside Design.
54 pages, 5.25 x 7.5″, 2 color silkscreened cover on heavy cream stock, edition of 200
The companion to last year’s The Lucky Ones, this sketchbook collection gathers drawings from 4 notebooks during 2006-2007. Appeared in the Print 2008 Regional Design Annual.
60 pages, 5.25 x 7.5″, 2 color silkscreened cover on French uncoated paper, stamped wraparound band, edition of 200
Mark’s books are available for purchase on his site.