Daniel Zalkus is an illustrator whose work can be seen in publications around the world. He studied at The School of Visual Arts in New York City under Jack Potter and John Ruggeri. In 2012, he was an artist in residence at the Glenfiddich Distillery, Scotland, where he created a series of on-the-spot drawings that document the whisky-making process and surrounding area. Currently, he works from his home studio near Chicago, Illinois. 


Please contact him to work on a project or for more information. 



Clients Include:


The New Yorker/ Boston Globe/ Columbia University/ The New York Times/ Barron's/ Time, Inc./ The Wall Street Journal/ PC World/ Chicago Magazine/


ACM/ Security Management/ Time Out New York/ The Los Angeles Times/ HHMI/ Hanley Wood/ UCLA Magazine/ The Guardian/ Reader's Digest/ The


Village Voice/ Teaching Tolerance Magazine/ Grantland Quarterly/ Nautilus Magazine/ Bartle Bogle Hegarty/ Princeton Alumni Weekly/ New York Magazine


Awards Include: 

Society of Illustrators 57th Annual

Communication Arts 2014 Award of Excellence.

Glenfiddich 2012 Artist in Residence.