Bill Mayer is a graduate of Ringling College of Art in Sarasota, Florida, 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.
He won numerous awards, gold medals and consolation prizes. 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. A biography is to find at the Behance Network.
Bill Mayer’s wonderfully energetic and delightfully loopy illustrations are flashes of pure visual hyperbole (Charley Parker). On his website he showcases some of his works in several categories, on Flickr he presents further compilations. He is also featured by the Weber Group with an own portfolio.
Bill Mayer is the genius who has drawn the CD-cover illustrations of the Rippingtons‘ albums for 25 years. “Bill has captured the essence and the spirit of the band,” comments Russ Freeman, band leader of the Rippingtons.