Greg Betza is an illustrator, artist and designer from New Jersey. He does not limit his clients with a predetermined style, but with communication and aesthetics as his focus. He works in many mediums and styles in order to produce a solution as unique as the problem it is solving. His versatility in style and unique approach has led him to create work for a diverse group of clients, among them are NBC Sports, E&J Gallo Winery, and The New York Times.

Greg is a graduate of Parsons School of Design, and has also had the honor of studying with the late David J. Passalacqua.

Greg has received numerous awards from institutions such as the Society of IllustratorsSociety of Illustrators of LA, Communication Arts, and American Illustration. Greg was featured by Communication Arts Fresh Online as an emerging illustrator in 2010.

Client list:
AAA Traveler, Amplify, BBDO, Bloomingdales, The Boston Globe, CF Napa, Carmichael Lynch, Chicago Tribune, Cole & Weber, Condé Nast, DDB Canada, Digitas, E&J Gallo, FCB, Four Seasons, Hemispheres, JWT, Macy*s, Men’s Journal, Merge Records, NBC Sports, New York Times, NHL, PBS, ProPublica, Publicis, RAPP, Random House, Robb Report, Scientific American, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Wine & Spirits, Wireless Generation, Y&R and more.

Comments (5)

  1. Cory Neale

    Good morning,
    Just wanted to say how beautiful your work is. As an architect and artist myself, it greatly satisfies both parts. I found my way here clicking through the Ferris wheel painting on Urban Sketchers. Also found it great how you can create Jay Mascis with so few lines. Looks just like him. Have a great day and thanks for great work!
    Cory Neale

  2. Greg

    Thank you Cory. Really appreciate you taking the time to look. -Greg

  3. Xiaoqian Liao

    Dear Greg,

    Your art works are amazing! I love them!
    Good luck with everything in your life!
    Hope can see more wonderful works from you!
    Have a great weekend!


  4. Greg

    Thank you Qiana, it was a beautiful evening!

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