George Retseck

Illustrator Designer Animator

My design approach is based on direct and efficient communication. Each project is created with precision and care, collaborating with my clients by combining my experience with their ideas and goals to bring that vision to life.

My national magazine illustration experience includes infographics, openers, and covers. I work for agencies as well as directly with a diverse array of industries from bicycle manufactures to makers of camera image sensors.

My animation capabilities extend a concept to include components for websites, assembly videos for iPad apps, corporate videos and presentations.

Thank you for browsing through this sampling of my work. Please check back for periodic updates or contact me to discuss your ideas and project needs.

Work Experience

George Retseck Illustration

Illustrator Designer Animator

Client Experience:
The Acorn Group
Aker Philadelphia Shipyard
Bicycle Guide
Bicycling Magazine
Brian Burton Designs
Bryan Christie Design
Bridgestone Bicycle Catalogue
California Institute of Technology
Cannondale Corporation
Contintental Tire
Dartmouth Cycling Team
Discover Magazine
Graphic Imaging
Harper Collins
Holt, Rinehart and Winston
IDG - Home Improvement for Dummies
IEEE Spectrum
Impusle FX
Ingersoll Rand
Intellectual Ventures
Kelsh Wilson Design
MacDuffco Manufacturing
Matson Navigation
Maxim Russia
Modernist Cuisine
Monell Science Center
Nesbitt Graphics
Pepsi Cola
Popular Mechanics
Princeton University Press
Ravenswood Media
Richard Sachs Cycles
Rivendell Reader
Science Museum of London
Scientific American
Scientific American Library
Selle San Marco
The Scientist
The Simon Group
Skiing Magazine
Snoworld Magazine
STOP Foodborne Illness
Velimpex Marketing
Vittoria Tires
Waterford Crystal
Wired Magazine
January 1980 - Limeport, Pennsylvania, United States


Kutztown University

BFA Communication Design

September 1976 - December 1979 Kutztown, Pennsylvania, United States


3D Illustration, Animation, Design, Drawing,

Additional Information

Covers, Openers, Infographics, Line art, People, Photorealism, Cutaways, Exploded Views, Diagrams