Robert Meganck was born in Detroit, Michigan. He received a Master of Fine Arts degree from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills Michigan, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Center for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan in 1972. His research includes professional practice in graphic design and illustration with an emphasis in digital illustration.
Robert has received numerous professional awards and been recognized for excellence by such organizations as The Society of Illustrators (N.Y.), The Society of Illustrators Los Angeles, American Illustration and The Illustrators Club of Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. His work has been included in a variety of national reviews including Communication Arts Magazine’s Illustration Annuals, American Illustration Annuals, Print Magazine’s Region Design Annuals, and The Society of Illustrators Annuals.
His Clients include: The Washington Post, The Progressive, U.S. News and World Report, The New Republic, The Washington City Paper, and The Harvard Business Review. His digital work has been the subject of feature articles in Design (Society of News Design’s Quarterly Journal), e-Design magazine, and Computer Art magazine.
Robert Meganck areas of expertise: Editorial illustration, concept drawing, digital imaging, graphic design, communication and color theory.