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October 29, 2010

The latest from Caroline Church sees her bringing to life some amusing proverbs for Domino’s Pizza. Below, “The Sauce Always Justifies the Means.”

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October 27, 2010

John Kachik crossed over from Photoshop to Illustrator for this portrait of Jersey Shore's notorious Snooki.  NOT that she needs any more attention... (more)

October 27, 2010

Chris Whetzel illustrates a commentary in Barron's on the current situation in Arizona, where the state government is doing questionable things to enforce immigration law. (more)

October 27, 2010

Chris Gash continues his unabated march across the pages of the New York Times and beyond. For the Times Sunday Book Review, a spy novel about a couple drawn into a web of espionage while on tennis holiday.

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October 26, 2010

Every year the Society of Illustrators hosts original artwork from the very best crop of recent children’s books in The Original Art show.  This time, the work of four ispotters is featured; we sharing their beautiful books below.  Click on a cover to order any of these books in Theispot.com Bookstore.

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October 26, 2010

Steven Noble’s talent for reinterpreting classic line work was called on for the redesign of the Kahlua coffee liqueur label.  Ironically, Steve’s update involved replacing Colonial-era architectural renderings with ancient Mayan and Aztec cues.

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October 26, 2010

J.D. King frequently works with Rethinking Schools, a progressive education magazine. Here is a recent illustration about a young instructor “para-teaching”: being dropped into his new role as an inner city educator.

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October 26, 2010

Mark Smith illustrated the thought-provoking 'Where Do You Stand' campaign for The Economist in the UK. It's currently running on web, print and 48 sheet billboards around London's tube stations. (more)

October 25, 2010

Aaron Sacco is one of a small team of artists collaborating on Collapsus.com, a transmedia project exploring our likely future as the world energy crisis continues unresolved. (more)

October 25, 2010

Pete Ryan worked a very fast (four hour!?) turnaround op-ed for the New York Times over the weekend about doctors treating patients using guidelines rather than personal assessments in an effort to cub malpractice suits. (more)

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