To illustrate cultural and natural history accurately and with excellence.
Warren Clark teamed up with action comics illustrator Bob Lewis in 1991. The cartoons first appeared as Lewis and Clark's Explorations of La Florida. In the early 1990s, the original black and white illustrations ran in more than 50
publications with a combined circulation over 500,000.
Heritage Art Illustrations
In 2010 Warren resumed creation of more finished illustrations with a new name: Florida History Illustrations. Bob Lewis and Richard Gameche illustrate and Warren
refines the images, hand tints and "compact writes" the stories in English and Spanish. All are fact-checked by historians. The Florida Humanities Council hosts 15 illustrations on their www.teachingflorida.org website for use in classrooms statewide.
The St. Augustine-Ponte Vedra Visitors and Convention Bureau contracts with us to create 10 "Stories of Florida's Historic Coast" a year.
Individuals and publications contract with us to create illustrations and cover art.
April 26, 2015: St. Augustine Record article and slideshow about 450Posters: "A Window Into Florida's Past". .
April, 2015 First Coast TV "450 Years of St. Augustine History in Posters" Parts 1 and 2 with slideshow
April, 2015 450Posters for St. Augustine's 450th are placed in store windows, offices and schools. 45 different stories.
March, 2015 Johnson and Johnson purchases 33 large tiles illustrating African American history in St. Augustine.