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November 30, 2010

Ken Orvidas’s piece done for the New York Times: Science Times, about child safety during summer play, was accepted into the Society of Illustrators 53rd Annual exhibition. (more)

November 30, 2010

Spectrum continues to be THE showcase for fantastic and fantasy art—the sheer variety of style, tone, media and subject matter is stunning. Starting with Gregory Manchess’ front cover painting, the 17th edition is rich with the work of more than a dozen ispotters, many with multiple images.  Congratulations to all!

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November 30, 2010

Alex Nabaum created this piece for the Progressive to illustrate an article on how powerful the fossil fuel industries are and that it would take a grassroots effort to fight their influence.

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November 30, 2010

Chris Whetzel was super psyched to get an assignment for the 2010 Major League Baseball World Series Program. Along with the usual scorecard and player info, the program also features great articles for the fans to enjoy.

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November 30, 2010

This piece was done by Yuta Onoda for the December issue of Runner's World. The article was about an accomplished runner who introduces her friends to the sport. (more)

November 29, 2010

Eric Hanson commands the Monday morning Op Ed page of the NY Times with this witty, cranky drawing about the difficulty of improving the safety of the American food supply through legislation. (more)

November 29, 2010

Jeanine Henderson illustrated a fun story on a cool short-fiction blog, Secret Lives of the Unemployed, that chronicles three Brooklyn neighbors, who after a year of being unemployed stop looking for work and embrace their lives of permanent hooky.  (more)

November 29, 2010

Here is a recent illustration by Michael Morgenstern, commissioned by The Chronicle Review on the subject of Holocaust denial and the issue of free speech in academia.  (more)

November 29, 2010

Paul Morton has just finished this latest illustration for the new Wally Woppapotamus book by Helen Bonney, "Wally Meets the Children of the World." (more)

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November 29, 2010

Winter may still be a few weeks away, but John Tomac is helping college students focus on their plans for next summer already with this image for Fordham University’s 2011 Summer Session course catalog.

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