(b. 1976), American. Sterling Clinton Hundley is a painter, draftsman, illustrator and educator based in Richmond, Virginia. He is a Professor in the School of Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University.
From murals, exhibitions, installations, book covers to magazines, Hundley’s diverse and distinct creative voice has garnered international acclaim through commissions from clients including Criterion Collection, The New Yorker, The Grammys, Folio Society, Abrams, Atlantic Monthly, The United States Post Office, NASA and the New York Times. Sterling’s work been recognized by The Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Graphis, The Museum of American Illustration, the Delaware Art Museum, Communication Arts Magazine, Print Magazine and many others. He is the recipient of numerous awards from the Society of Illustrators New York and the “Best Overall” and “Best Illustrated Book” awards from the Victoria & Albert Museum in London England.
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