Art is not what you see,
but what you make others see.

– Edgar Degas   

WORK

—   PRINT & DIGITAL 

Examples of direct mail, posters, displays, emails, landing pages, logos and more

(see links in gallery for details on select projects)

LI OurStory - LI Makes History
LI OurStory - LI Makes History

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Talent Transformation Brochure
Talent Transformation Brochure
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AMA Training Resource samples
AMA Training Resource samples
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COBUS Show Displays 1
COBUS Show Displays 1
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COBUS Show Displays 2
COBUS Show Displays 2
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Exec. Conf. Centers page
Exec. Conf. Centers page
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Thanksgving email campaign
Thanksgving email campaign
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Operation Entrprse Brochure
Operation Entrprse Brochure
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Cranbury Fields Promo
Cranbury Fields Promo
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Top Courses Email campaign
Top Courses Email campaign
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Ugly Dog Racing
Ugly Dog Racing

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APLICOR Samples
APLICOR Samples
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Logo Design Samples
Logo Design Samples
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BFGF American Dream movie poster
BFGF American Dream movie poster
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NYSSA samples
NYSSA samples
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Long Island History

—   ART 

Examples of drawings, painting, illustrations, sketches/studies and more 

(see links in gallery for details on select projects)

Woman - Portrait
Woman - Portrait
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Fishermen girls
Fishermen girls

I challenged myself to reproduce one of my favorites - "The Fishermen Girls" by Winslow Homer. I wanted to capture the overall feel and atmosphere which Homer was such a Master of. (no tracing involved, but a lot of intense staring :)

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Woman seated
Woman seated
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Trompe l'oeil study with found objects

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Honda - What Many Believe In
Honda - What Many Believe In

Honda Motorcycles

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Seinfeld
Seinfeld
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Self-portrait (1996)
Self-portrait (1996)
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LI-OurStory Artwork
LI-OurStory Artwork

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Vase with Flowers
Vase with Flowers

Oil on canvas (18 x 24)

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Figure Studies 1
Figure Studies 1
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Have a Blessed Day
Have a Blessed Day
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Figure Studies 4
Figure Studies 4
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ABOUT

Eugene Pupak

Artist  /  Designer  /  Art Director

As a visual and creative problem solver — Eugene combines a keen eye for design, strong aesthetic intuition and fine art roots with extensive experience conceptualizing and executing innovative and impactful creative solutions that support brand and marketing objectives in multichannel environment for clients across a range of industries.

 

Born and raised in the heart of Europe, Eugene loved to draw from the time he could hold a crayon. His parents and teachers quickly noted his artistic inclination, as he excelled in art and other creative endeavors both at school and in his extracurricular activities. After coming to the United States in 1991, Eugene studied Visual Communications at SUNY Farmingdale in New York, focusing his work in Advertising Art and Design.

 

Following an internship at Newsday, Eugene was hired full-time and worked as a designer and illustrator in the company’s Editorial Art and Promotion departments.

While there, his work was featured on many covers and editorial sections of the publication. He worked on several high-profile projects, producing a series of custom commemorative artworks for the extremely successful “Long Island: Our Story” media campaign. He also developed the concept for Newsday’s successful cable and network TV commercial, which generated unparalleled revenue for the company.

 

For over 15 years, Eugene led creative efforts for multimedia campaigns and promotions as Art Director for the American Management Association in New York City. During his career he won a number of advertising industry awards, including BOLI Best Consumer Advertising Campaign, NCMAA Best Advertising Campaign, and Bare Bones International Film Festival’s Best Movie Poster.

 

In his spare time, Eugene enjoys working as a freelance artist and designer, being active outdoors, and spending time with his family and friends.

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CONTACT

13 Allen Lane

Lawrenceville, NJ 08648

1-516-521-4986

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