Louis Jones creates 3rd drawing for John Grisham, with the newly released “Ford County”, debuting at #1 on the New York Times Bestseller List for Hardcover Fiction. View Article from the Virginian-Pilot >>
Louis Jones created the interior title page drawing for another novel by British author Ian McEwan. “On Chesil Beach” debuted at #7 on the New York Times Bestsellers List for Hardcover Fiction.
He’s been held in a million hands, tossed on hundreds of beds and left in countless airports. He is Louis Jones, prolific artist and illustrator of no less than eight New York Times bestseller book covers or frontispiece illustrations–and you’ve likely given him much of the same treatment… VIEW ARTICLE FROM HAMPTON ROADS MAGAZINE>>
British author, Ian McEwan, selects Louis to create the title page illustration for “Saturday”, another New York Times bestseller for this critically acclaimed author. This is Louis’ eighth image on or in a book to reach the New York Times Bestsellers List.
On a rainy afternoon in May, Louis Jones drove his van to Old Dominion University’s Foreman Field. A fence barred him from entering or peering through, so he pulled himself up to look over. He made half a dozeN trips between the fence and his van, where he sketched two drawings to submit for the […]
John Grisham has again selected Louis to create the title page illustration for his upcoming novel, “Bleachers”, to be released in September 2003. We look forward to its’ arrival on the New York Times Bestsellers List. Again, our thanks to John Grisham and Doubleday Publishers.
To Louis Jones, it seemed a simple assignment. Draw a house. Heck, go ahead and paint a house. After all, that was the title of the book he was illustrating: “A Painted House”. This is not just any book. It’s a John Grisham book. John Grisham of “The Firm”, “The Pelican Brief” and a shelf-full […]