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December 30, 2010

Jason Seiler ends 2010 on a high note with the news that he has just won a CG Award for excellence in the field of creative computer graphic art, design and technical execution for his Johnny Depp portrait. (more)

December 29, 2010

Steven Heller gives a shout on his Imprint blog to a few of his favorite Holiday 2010 cards, including these made by ispotters: (more)

December 28, 2010

Despite the crazy snow storm that blankets the east this week, the last Health and Science section of the year for the New York Times is once more filled with the work of ispotters. (more)

December 28, 2010

Roy Scott recently finished a series of graphic illustrations on the topic of decoding genetics, to be published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Critical Care Magazine. (more)

December 27, 2010

Ruth Rowland created a splendid Noel logo for Crabtree and Evelyn. Ruth's hand-crafted imagery has been applied to a range of seasonal products, giving each a distinctly modern, upmarket feel. Says Ruth of the commission: "They have a great eye for detail, and you always know the end product is going to be beautifully designed and printed." (more)

December 23, 2010

CIO Magazine commissioned Jon Reinfurt to illustrate an article about Warner Brothers’ ability to accurately predict the number of DVDs that need to be distributed to retailers, using the most recent Harry Potter movie as the primary example. Jon chose to depict Harry as a weathervane. (more)

December 23, 2010

BlackBook magazine asked Jonathan Williams to illustrate a bittersweet holiday memoir from Augusten Burroughs, author ofRunning With Scissors.  (more)

December 23, 2010

Jason Seiler is honored to have two pieces published in the 3 x 3 No. 7 Illustration Annual. “I'm so glad my painting of Poe was accepted into 3x3, I want to do more work like this, and plan to soon. I absolutely LOVE painting with watercolor and acrylics,” says Jason.

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December 21, 2010

Ken Orvidas illustrated a personal essay for the Sunday LA Times Op-Ed describing the author’s fear of returning to her homeland in Mexico for the holidays because of crime and violence.

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December 20, 2010

Jason Seiler worked this illustration for the Weekly Standard into one day, sketch to finish. “I really could have used more time to work on the guillotine,” he mused…

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