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Michael Koelsch

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Michael Koelsch
BornMichael Anthony Koelsch
(1967-09-19) September 19, 1967 (age 54)
Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
🏳️ Nationality
🏫 EducationArtCenter College of Design
💼 Occupation
Painting, drawing, illustrating, poster art, cover art, graphic design
StyleRetro, vintage, pulp
🌐 Websitewww.sporkunltd.com

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Michael Anthony Koelsch (German pronunciation: [kœlʃ]; born September 19, 1967), also known as Glin Dibley, is an American artist, painter, illustrator, book cover art, album cover art, video game box art and film poster art designer.[1][2] He is known for his retro and vintage pulp art illustration style.[1][3]

Koelsch's illustrations have been featured in several issues of Newsweek magazine, including the front cover of the May 7, 2012 issue,[4][5][6][7] and MAD magazine, including the front cover of the February 2019 issue.[8][9][10] He illustrated the cover art for two books by American celebrity chef Alton Brown for Stewart, Tabori and Chang: Good Eats: The Early Years and Good Eats 3: The Later Years (compiling recipes from Brown's hit cooking television show Good Eats);[11] two books by American television personality and science instructor Bill Nye for Hyperion Books for Children: Bill Nye the Science Guy's Great Big Dinosaur Dig and Bill Nye the Science Guy's Great Big Book of Science;[12] and was hired by The Criterion Collection to illustrate the DVD and Blu-ray cover art for their releases of The Blob[13] and My Man Godfrey.[14][15] He was also commissioned to illustrate promotional adverts for Elvis Presley's estate, Elvis Presley Enterprises, in commemoration of the star's 75th Anniversary at Graceland in 2010.[16] Animal Planet hired him to illustrate a poster for the Steve Irwin marathon Croc Week in 2001,[2][17] as did Comedy Central for their educational-comedy television series Drunk History in 2016.

Michael Koelsch has been an important contributor to the Hard Case Crime hardboiled book series (published by Dorchester Publishing and Titan Publishing), providing seven book cover arts for novels by James M. Cain, Lawrence Block, Richard Powell, Donald E. Westlake, Robert Silverberg, Ken Bruen and Jason Starr.[3][18] He was also a prolific contributor to the Trixie Belden girl-detective book series, illustrating fifteen book covers between 2003 and 2006 for the Random House repress.[19][20]

Some of Koelsch's other notable artworks include illustrations for playing cards in Wizards of the Coast's Harry Potter Trading Card Game and Magic: The Gathering,[21][22] illustrating the box art for Disney Interactive's The Lion King video game Timon & Pumbaa's Jungle Games, illustrating the box art for LucasArts' video game Escape from Monkey Island; and illustrating nearly all of the fine art and publicity material for Shiny Entertainment's Earthworm Jim series (including Earthworm Jim and Earthworm Jim 2).[2][23][24][25][26] He also illustrated the novelization of nine DreamWorks Pictures films: The Prince of Egypt (Dutton Children's Books, 1998),[2][27] Shrek 2 (Scholastic, 2004),[28] Madagascar (Scholastic, 2005),[29] Over the Hedge (Scholastic, 2006),[30] Shrek the Halls (HarperFestival, 2007),[31][32] Bee Movie (Meredith Books, 2007),[33] Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (HarperCollins Children's Books, 2008),[34] Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town (Running Press, 2008)[35] and How to Train Your Dragon (HarperCollins Children's Books, 2010).[36]

Biography[edit]

Early life and education[edit]

Michael Anthony Koelsch was born on September 19, 1967 in Worcester, Massachusetts, but grew up in Reading, Pennsylvania until he was ten years old.[citation needed]

In 1977, Koelsch's family moved to Fountain Valley, California, where his maternal grandparents were based.[2] He attended Fountain Valley High School and played in the school's boys varsity basketball team, The Barons.[37] He graduated in 1985 with a certificate from the Bank of America Awards for Academic Excellence and Leadership in Art.[38] From 1985 to 1989, he attended Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California, followed by ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, California from 1989 to 1991.[2] He graduated from ArtCenter College of Design with a bachelor's degree, majored in illustration and minored in graphic design.[2][39] Koelsch won two American Board of Illustrators Awards while a student at the ArtCenter College of Design and was immediately signed up by talent agency Shannon Associates upon graduation.[2][39]

Professional career and notable artworks[edit]

Koelsch's earliest professional commissions were quickly secured in the adventure and fantasy literature cover art. He illustrated the book cover art of Jimmy Buffett's Where Is Joe Merchant? for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Anne Lindbergh's Travel Far, Pay No Fare for HarperCollins.[40][41][42] He also worked in collaboration with art director Joy Aoki, with whom he shared a studio, on several Epitaph Records album covers; notably Bad Religion's Against the Grain, The Offspring's Ignition and Down by Law's Blue.[43] In 1994, he illustrated the cover art of science fiction and hardboiled detective fiction novel Gun, with Occasional Music by Jonathan Lethem for Harcourt Brace, which earned him a Hugo Award nomination for Best Original Art Work.[44][45][46] Koelsch also illustrated the cover art of Lethem's next novel, Amnesia Moon, for its second edition pressed by Tor Books in 1996.[44][47] When HarperTrophy repressed Dick King-Smith's classic The Queen's Nose in 1994, Koelsch was commissioned for a new cover illustration.[48]

Koelsch first began working in the video games field through his friend Doug TenNapel, who hired him to illustrate the box cover art of Shiny Entertainment's Earthworm Jim in 1994.[24] TenNapel came to him again for the box cover art of its sequel, Earthworm Jim 2 in 1995, and that of his next video game, The Neverhood for DreamWorks Interactive in 1996.[23][24][49] His work for the Earthworm Jim series landed him front page covers for such magazines as Diehard GameFan in June 1994 and again in February 1995,[50][51] Nintendo Power in December 1994 and again in April 1996,[52] GamePro in January 1995,[53] Nintendo Magazine System[disambiguation needed] in August 1995[54] and Hyper in December 1995.[55][56] Koelsch and TenNapel then co-authored and co-illustrated a series of five children's books, Doug and Mike's Strange Kid Chronicles, published between 1997 and 1998 by Scholastic.[12][57][58] Koelsch later provided new illustrations for TenNapel's 2019 commemorative book Earthworm Jim - The Making of: Launch the Cow.[59]

Disney Interactive also hired Koelsch to illustrate the box cover art of their The Lion King video game Timon & Pumbaa's Jungle Games in 1995, as did LucasArts for Escape from Monkey Island in 2000.[24][60] In late 1996, British-American record label Cala Records commissioned Koelsch to paint the portrait of twelve New York Philharmonic musicians: Eugene Levinson, Joseph Alessi, Stanley Drucker, Cynthia Phelps, Jeanne Baxtresser, Philip Myers, Glenn Dicterow, Judith LeClair, Philip Smith, Lorne Munroe, Joseph Robinson and Thomas Stacy.[61][62] The paintings were used as album covers for Cala Records' series New York Legends, released on twelve compact discs between 1996 and 1998.[63]

In the middle and late 1990s, Koelsch established himself as a reliable book cover illustrator in the science fiction, speculative fiction, adventure and fantasy literature genres. He etched the artwork for the first three novels in Kage Baker's The Company series: In the Garden of Iden, Sky Coyote and Mendoza in Hollywood for Harcourt Brace.[64][65][66] His name was commonly found in several science fiction novels published by Tor Books, having illustrated the cover art for Voodoo Child by Michael Reaves,[67] Preternatural by Margaret Wander Bonanno,[68] Nadya: The Wolf Chronicles by Pat Murphy,[69] The Centurion's Empire by Sean McMullen,[70] Chimera by Will Shetterly,[71] and two Tim Powers novels in his Fault Line series: Expiration Date and Earthquake Weather.[72][73] He also illustrated the covers to Dragon Rescue by Don Callander for Ace Books,[74] Women of Wonder, the Classic Years: Science Fiction by Women from the 1940s to the 1970s by Pamela Sargent for Mariner Books,[75] Star Hatchling by Margaret Bechard for Puffin Books[76] and Senatorial Privilege by E.J. Gorman for Forge Books.[77]

This continued in the 2000s and 2010s with cover arts for all three books in Mitchell Smith's Snowfall Trilogy for Tor Books/Forge Books: Snowfall, Kingdom River and Moonrise;[44] and for all three books in Brad Strickland and Thomas E. Fuller's Mars Year One trilogy for Aladdin Paperbacks: Marooned!, Missing! and Marsquake![44] Koelsch was also an important contributor to the hardboiled book series Hard Case Crime, published by Dorchester Publishing and Titan Publishing.[3] He illustrated seven book covers for the series, which included Richard Powell's Say it With Bullets, Donald E. Westlake's Somebody Owes Me Money, Robert Silverberg's Blood on the Mink, James M. Cain's The Cocktail Waitress, Lawrence Block's Borderline and Sinner Man, and Ken Bruen and Jason Starr's Pimp.[18][78]

Nine speculative fiction novels by John Zakour featured Koelsch's cover art illustrations, all published through DAW Books: The Plutonium Blonde, The Doomsday Brunette, The Radioactive Redhead, The Frost-Haired Vixen, The Blue-Hair Bombshell, The Flaxen Femme Fatale, Dangerous Dames, The Sapphire Sirens and Ballistic Babes.[79][80][44] He also illustrated the novel covers of Michael J. Nelson's Mike Nelson's Death Rat! for HarperEntertainment,[81] Laurence Yep's The Earth Dragon Awakes: The San Francisco Earthquake of 1906 for HarperCollins,[82] Jack O'Connell's The Resurrectionist: A Novel for Algonquin Books,[83] Sarah Weinman's Women Crime Writers: Four Suspense Novels of the 1940s for Library of America,[84] Gail Carson Levine's The Wish for HarperTrophy,[85] Michelle Berry's Blur for Phoenix Books;[86] and two Jacopo della Quercia books for St. Martin's Griffin: The Great Abraham Lincoln Pocket Watch Conspiracy and License to Quill: A Novel of Shakespeare & Marlowe.[87][88] Asimov's Science Fiction magazine also commissioned Koelsch for two cover illustrations: one for their March 2001 issue,[89] another for their December 2003 issue;[90] as did Holt, Rinehart & Winston when they repressed H. G. Wells' novels The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds in 2000.[91]

Koelsch also worked numerous times with Forge Books author Loren D. Estleman, whose novels range between hardboiled fiction and western pulp fiction. This includes The Confessions of Al Capone, Alive!, Ragtime Cowboys, The Ballad of Black Bart: A Novel and Cape Hell.[78][92][93] Other western novels with cover artwork provided by Koelsch include Dale L. Walker's Legends and Lies: Great Mysteries of the American West for Forge Books,[94] Tim Pratt's The Strange Adventures of Rangergirl for Bantam Spectra,[95] Richard S. Wheeler's Anything Goes and The Richest Hill on Earth for Forge Books, and Bill Pronzini's Give-A-Damn Jones: A Novel of the West for Forge Books.[78]

Shannon Associates knew of Koelsch's vast repertory and began securing commissions to illustrate children and young adults literature covers in the middle of the 1990s. Because Koelsch's notability grew in the adult speculative fiction, pulp and hardboiled detective fiction literature over time, he ultimately began using the pseudonym Glin Dibley in 2001 for his children's books credits.[2] When HarperTrophy repressed Maud Hart Lovelace's entire Betsy-Tacy and Deep Valley book series in 2000, they commissioned Koelsch to illustrate all thirteen book covers.[40] This included Betsy-Tacy, Betsy-Tacy and Tib, Betsy and Tacy Go Over the Big Hill, Betsy and Tacy Go Downtown, Heaven to Betsy, Betsy in Spite of Herself, Betsy Was a Junior, Betsy and Joe, Betsy and the Great World, Betsy's Wedding, Carney's House Party, Emily of Deep Valley and Winona's Pony Cart.[40] HarperTrophy also had Koelsch illustrate new covers for Lynne Reid Banks' five The Indian in the Cupboard book series, repressed between 2003 and 2004.[42][96] The books were The Indian in the Cupboard, The Return of the Indian, The Secret of the Indian, The Mystery of the Cupboard and The Key to the Indian.[97][98][99][100]

Random House also approached Koelsch when they repressed Julie Campbell's Trixie Belden teenage girl-detective book series.[19][20] Between 2003 and 2006, Koelsch illustrated fifteen book covers for the series, including The Secret of the Mansion, The Red Trailer Mystery, The Gatehouse Mystery, The Mysterious Visitor, The Mystery Off Glen Road, Mystery in Arizona, The Mysterious Code, The Black Jacket Mystery, The Happy Valley Mystery, The Marshland Mystery, The Mystery of Bob-White Cave, The Mystery of the Blinking Eye, The Mystery on Cobbett's Island, The Mystery of the Emeralds and The Mystery on the Mississippi; until Random House halted the reissues. Candlewick Press, too, hired Koelsch when they repressed Mark London Williams' first two Danger Boy novels in 2004: Ancient Fire and Dragon Sword.[101][102] Williams liked Koelsch's illustrations so much that he asked him to do the cover art for his next two Danger Boy novels: 2005's Trail of Bones and 2007's City of Ruins.[103][104]

The first four novels of Debi Gliori's Pure Dead series for Alfred A. Knopf, Pure Dead Magic, Pure Dead Wicked, Pure Dead Brilliant and Pure Dead Trouble, all feature original Koelsch cover artworks.[105][106] Koelsch also collaborated on six kinder books with Rosemary Wells for a series titled Get Set for Kindergarten!, published by Turtleback Books in 2001.[40] These were titled Adding it Up, Discover and Explore, How Many? How Much?, Letters and Sounds, Ready to Read and The World Around Us.[12] A decade later, the two collaborated again on the book Big Bad Ben for Smarterville Productions.[107] Koelsch did the cover art for all three books in Sarah Weeks' Misadventures of Guy Strang series (Regular Guy, Guy Time and My Guy) and all three books in Carol Gorman's Dork series (Dork in Disguise, Dork on the Run and A Midsummer Night's Dork), as well as Gorman's novel Games: A Tale of Two Bullies, all published by HarperCollins.[40][108]

Although author Thomas Kinkade is an established painter, he reached out to Koelsch to illustrate the cameo portraits that appear on the front cover of his four The Girls of Lighthouse Lane series books. The books, Kathrine's Story, Rose's Story, Lizabeth's Story and Amanda's Story, were co-authored with Erika Tamar and published by Parachute Press in 2005.[109][110][111][112] Koelsch also illustrated two of the three book covers to Brian Jacques' Flying Dutchman series for Philomel Books: Castaways of the Flying Dutchman and Voyage of Slaves.[113][114]

Other children and young adult novels for which Koelsch has illustrated covers include Nim's Island by Wendy Orr,[115] How I Survived Being a Girl by Wendelin Van Draanen, and The Power of UN by Nancy Etchemendy, all three for Scholastic;[116][117] Fruitlands: Louisa May Alcott Made Perfect by Gloria Whelan[118] and Christmas Is Coming, Marley by John Grogan, both for Harper;[12] David v. God by Mary E. Pearson[119] and Three Good Deeds by Vivian Vande Velde, both for Harcourt;[120] Dolphin Luck by Hilary McKay for Aladdin Paperbacks; Tub-Boo-Boo by Margie Palatini for Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers;[121] Don't Laugh at Me by Steve Seskin and Allen Shamblin for Tricycle Press;[121] Wizards of the Game by David Lubar for Philomel Books;[122] Made for a Purpose by Dandi Daley Mackall for Zonderkidz;[123] I Put a Spell on You: From the Files of Chrissie Woodward, Spelling Bee Detective by Adam Selzer for Delacorte Books for Young Readers;[105] The Fizzy Whiz Kid: The Rise and Fall of a Hollywood Nobody by Maiya Williams for Amulet Books;[40] and Evil Genius by Catherine Jinks for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.[124]

Some of the illustrations that Koelsch provided were for drama or romance novels such as Paula Christian's Another Kind of Love for Kensington Books,[40][125] Lisa Maria's Guide for the Perplexed by Susan Hubbard for Red Dress Ink,[126][127] and Kentucky Fried Chicken's Mother's Day promotional ebook Tender Wings of Desire.[128] He also illustrated five book covers for Forge Books author Andrew M. Greeley: A Christmas Wedding and September Song, part of his Family Saga series;[129][130] and Irish Eyes, Irish Love and Irish Cream, part of his Nuala Anne McGrail series.[131][132][133] His cover art illustration for Paul Eggers' novel Saviors earned him a Silver Medal award at the Society of Illustrators' 41st Annual of American Illustration in March 1999.[134][135]

Koelsch has also been collaborating with DreamWorks Pictures since the mid-1990s, illustrating the novelization of nine of their films. It began with Jane Yolen's adaptation of The Prince of Egypt: Classic Edition for Dutton Children's Books in 1998.[27][136] Almost a decade later, the collaboration resumed with a yearly book which included Shrek 2: The Movie Storybook, adapted by Tom Mason and Dan Danko for Scholastic in 2004;[28][137] Madagascar - Movie Storybook, adapted by Billy Frolick for Scholastic in 2005;[29][138] Over the Hedge: Movie Storybook and Over the Hedge: Meet the Neighbors, adapted by Sarah Durkee for Scholastic in 2006;[30][139][139] Shrek the Halls, adapted by Catherine Hapka for HarperFestival in 2007;[31][32] Bee Movie: Mix & Match Jigsaw Puzzle Book for Meredith Books in 2007;[33][140] Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa - Movie Storybook, adapted by Rob Scotton for HarperCollins Children's Books in 2008;[34][12] Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town!, adapted by Sierra Harimann for Running Press in 2008;[35][12] and How to Train Your Dragon - Movie Storybook, adapted by Rennie Brown for HarperCollins Children's Books in 2010.[36]

An athlete himself, Koelsch has done his share of sports-related book covers. When HarperTeen repressed Will Weaver's Billy Braggs baseball novel series in 1999, Koelsch was commissioned to illustrate new covers for all three books: Striking Out, Farm Team and Hard Ball.[141][40] Houghton Mifflin Harcourt also asked him to provide new covers when they repressed the original four novels in John R. Tunis' Brooklyn Dodgers series in 2006: The Kid from Tomkinsville, Keystone Kids, World Series and Rookie of the Year.[124] He also illustrated the cover art for one of the editions of Matt Warshaw's The Encyclopedia of Surfing for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.[142] One of the most popular sports book series Koelsch worked on was The Extreme Team, published by Little, Brown and Company in 2004 and 2005. The books are accredited to author Matt Christopher, but were actually overseen by his estate. Koelsch did the cover art for all ten books: One Smooth Move, Day of the Dragon, Roller Honey Rumble, On Thin Ice, Rock on, Into the Danger Zone, Wild Ride, Head to Head, BMX Racer and On the Edge.[40][143][144][145] In promotion of Dan Gutman's 2006 novel The Million Dollar Putt, Hyperion Books for Children repressed the authors previous four books in his Million Dollar series, hiring Koelsch to illustrate the cover art for all five novels.[146][147][148] In addition to The Million Dollar Putt, he did artwork for The Million Dollar Shot, The Million Dollar Kick, The Million Dollar Goal and The Million Dollar Strike.

Hyperion Books for Children paired Koelsch with American television personality and science instructor Bill Nye for his 2002 book Bill Nye the Science Guy's Great Big Dinosaur Dig. Koelsch illustrated not only the cover art but also all of the inside drawings. His work was also used in a later book, 2005's Bill Nye the Science Guy's Great Big Book of Science.[12] Koelsch also illustrated the cover art of university professor James Kakalios' book The Amazing Story of Quantum Mechanics: A Math-Free Exploration of the Science that Made Our World for Gotham Books in 2010.[149]

American celebrity chef Alton Brown worked with Koelsch when he novelized the recipes from his hit cooking television show Good Eats. Brown split up the recipes from the show's fourteen seasons into three books: Good Eats: The Early Years (2009), Good Eats 2: The Middle Years (2010) and Good Eats 3: The Later Years (2011). Koelsch illustrated the first and third books in the series, published by Stewart, Tabori and Chang; the second book was instead illustrated by Jim Salvati.[11] The publishers also compiled the books into two boxed sets, Good Eats: Two-Volume Set - Episodes 1 Through 164 (2011) and Good Eats: Three-Volume Set - The Complete Episodes (2013), which featured Koelsch's artwork not only on the books but also on the containing boxes.[11]

In 2010, Koelsch was commissioned by Elvis Presley's estate, Elvis Presley Enterprises, for a series of original illustrations to commemorate the star's 75th Anniversary.[150][16] The publicity campaign was billed as Elvis 75 Years and invited visitors to Graceland for the celebration. Koelsch illustrated three portraits of Presley, depicting the icon as he looked in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.

In 2000, Koelsch was hired by The Criterion Collection to illustrate the DVD covers for their releases of The Blob[13] and My Man Godfrey.[14][15] The Criterion Collection reused Koelsch's artwork when they re-released The Blob on Blu-ray in 2013, but chose to commission a new cover art by Seth for My Man Godfrey's Blu-ray. Koelsch's DVD covers are included in The Criterion Collection's book Criterion Designs, which was released at a party at the Society of Illustrators in New York City in December 2014.[151][152] Animal Planet also hired Koelsch to illustrate the advertising poster for Steve Irwin's second annual television marathon Croc Week, which aired in June 2001.[2][17] Sci Fi Channel's 2009 European promotional campaign was illustrated by Koelsch,[153] as was the one for Comedy Central educational-comedy television series Drunk History in 2016. In 2014, the Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company produced a Skittles mockumentary film, Struck by a Rainbow - A Skittles Documentary, which included an original Koelsch illustration for the title card.[154][155] Koelsch also illustrated theatrical film posters for Fiat Group Automobiles' La Pillola Blu di FIAT in 2014,[156][157] Anna Biller's The Love Witch in 2016,[158][159] and Michael Dweck's The Truffle Hunters in 2020.[160] The poster for The Love Witch was included on IndieWire's list "The Best Movie Posters of 2016" and was awarded Best Movie Poster of the Year by CutPrintFilm.[161][162]

In 2001, Koelsch illustrated six playing cards for the Harry Potter Trading Card Game and four playing cards for Magic: The Gathering, both published and manufactured by Wizards of the Coast.[21][22] In 2017, he illustrated five playing cards for the Upper Deck-Fleer series of Marvel comic Spider Man 2017 Fleer Ultra Spider-Man.[163]

Koelsch has also been a prolific contributor to magazines. His illustrations have appeared in four issues of MAD, starting with the January 2003 issue number 425[9] and then the January 2004 issue number 437.[8] MAD magazine's USA-printed February 2019 issue number 5, and its Australian-printed April 2019 issue number 514 counterpart, featured a cover page Koelsch illustration.[8] Koelsch also provided original illustrations for thirteen issues of Texas Monthly, beginning with the September 2012 issue.[164] His illustrations were also used in the issues in November 2012,[165] January 2013,[166] March 2013,[167] April 2013,[168] May 2013,[169] July 2013,[170] August 2013,[171] November 2013,[172] December 2013,[173] February 2014,[174] December 2015,[175] and February 2016.[176]

He had cover page illustrations in Courrier International's June 19–25, 2003 issue number 659,[177] Juxtapoz's November 2013 issue,[18] Miami New Times' March 23, 2017 and September 21, 2017 issues,[178][179] Racer's October 2012 number 246 and October 2013 number 255 issues,[180][181][182] and Newsweek's May 7, 2012 issue.[4][5] His illustrations also appeared inside the September 2006 issue of Creativity,[183][184] the February 2007 issue of Popular Science,[185] the March 26, 2012 issue of Newsweek,[6][7] the July/August 2012 issue of Yankee,[186] the Winter 2014 issue of Celebrated Living,[187] the August 9, 2016 issue of Variety,[188] and the February 2020 issue of Texas Co-op Power.[189]

Michael Koelsch founded his own design studio, Koelsch Studios, in 1996.[190][191][192] The studio has been based Huntington Beach, California since its inception.[190][191][192] In the past, Koelsch has also shared studio spaces with Sandy Collora, Joy Aoki, James Bernardin, Elizabeth Hogue and Dave Silva.[2] Koelsch and Silva founded the design company Spork Unlimited in 2003; Silva left the partnership in 2015.[193]

Awards, honors and nominations[edit]

While attending the ArtCenter College of Design, between 1989 and 1991, he won two American Board of Illustrators Awards.[2][39]

Koelsch's art was acknowledged several times by the Society of Illustrators. In March 1999, he received a Silver Medal at their 41st Annual of American Illustration; Editorial and Book Categories, for his cover art of Paul Eggers' novel Saviors.[134][194][195] He also received several honorable mentions over the years. At their 37th Annual of American Illustration; Editorial and Book Categories in March 1995, it was for his cover art of Jonathan Lethem's novel Gun, with Occasional Music.[196] At their 41st Annual of American Illustration; Editorial and Book Categories in March 1999 (in addition to his Silver Medal), it was for his paintings in Jane Yolen's picture book The Prince of Egypt: Classic Edition.[134] At their 42nd Annual of American Illustration; Editorial and Book Categories in March 2000, it was for his cover art of Sarah Weeks' novel Regular Guy.[197]

In 2005, The One Club's annual ceremony awarded a Silver Award in The One Show - Interactive category for the Burger King "Chicken Fight" advertisement campaign which Koelsch illustrated.[198][199] In 2007, The One Club also awarded a Merit Award in The One Show - Interactive category for the Burger King "Stackers Integrated" advertisement campaign which Koelsch illustrated.[200]

In 2006, Creative Circle awarded Koelsch's illustrated Kingfisher Beer posters the Silver Honours for Best Illustration and the Bronze Honours for Best Poster Campaign.[201][202]

Koelsch's poster design and illustration for the 2016 horror film The Love Witch was included on IndieWire's list "The Best Movie Posters of 2016" and was awarded Best Movie Poster of the Year by CutPrintFilm, both in December 2016.[161][162]

In 2018, Communication Arts gave Koelsch the Award of Excellence for his illustration of Bill Murray in St. Vincent.[203]

See also[edit]

  • List of ArtCenter College of Design people
  • List of people from Huntington Beach, California
  • List of people from Pennsylvania
  • List of people from Worcester, Massachusetts

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