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Edward Kinsella III

Edward Kinsella III is an award-winning illustrator from St. Louis, Missouri. His accolades include six medals from The Society of Illustrators, three medals from Spectrum, and a gold cube award from the art directors club.

Clients include: Time Magazine, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, The Criterion Collection, Reader’s Digest, The Wall Street Journal, Folio Society, Atlantic Monthly, Playboy, Penguin, Simon and Schuster, The United States Postal Service, Entertainment Weekly, Smithsonian Magazine, Wired, Texas Monthly, Nautilus Magazine, Scientific American, Washington Post, Scholastic, The New York Times, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, The Progressive, New York Magazine, Sub Pop Records, San Francisco Magazine, Bloomberg Markets, Black Dragon Press, and MONDO.

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Work by Edward Kinsella III

A person submerged in black water in a white bathtub holding a miniature sailboat in their right hand. Their eyes are deep set, shadowed.

Narcissistic CEO

for Stanford Business Magazine.
Six people at a party: some wear masquerade masks, others wolf masks; the face of another in the background half skull. The scene is resplendent with glitter and cocktails.

The Colorado Lounge

The Shining, Folio Society.
A person wearing a rolled up shirt, cigarette in hand, gazing at the viewer at a table, a cup of coffee placed before them.

Jean Genet

for The New Yorker.
A person wearing sunglasses and a wide-brimmed hat, pipe in mouth in a dark suit with a bright tie.

John Ford

for The New Yorker.
A child turned away from us, gazing into the void, from which a spiral emanates.


The Shining, Folio Society.