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February 28, 2011

Mark Hess’s “Trojan Pig” is part of a double-take-worthy campaign for the Field Museum, in Chicago. The posters, featuring horse-driven iconic images, minus the horse, announces the museum’s historical look at the importance of the equine element in human history. (more)

February 28, 2011

Asaf Hanuka amusing illustrates Metal Yoga (not to be confused with BROga) for an article in BusinessWeek magazine about the yoga-related trademarking craze (more)

February 28, 2011

John Tomac channeled the Pied Piper with this illustration for Inside Counsel's coverage of a California lawsuit alleging that McDonald's illegally markets to children. (more)

February 28, 2011

Paul Morton recently illustrated this game cover for iWin and Somerset Entertainment. It features quite a wide array of buildings and greenery to choose from, kind of an eco-twist on the “Sim City” type games. (more)

February 28, 2011

Alex Nabaum’s cover for the special Fiction Issue of ESPN magazine is a true winner!

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February 25, 2011

The Diabolique cover David Plunkert designed and illustrated has been included in Time Magazine's Top 10 Criterion Collection Covers. This new package, created for the 1954 classic French thriller, can be ordered in both Blu-ray and DVD formats. (more)

February 24, 2011

Jon Reinfurt created this image for The Children's Hospital Boston, for an article dealing with girls who hit puberty at an early age. The AD wanted the image to read as if the viewer was the parent about to watch their little innocent girl instantly transform into a fully developed woman. (more)

February 24, 2011

For Pete Ryan, the first sign of spring is another assignment from Cottage Life magazine. “Ahhhhh, Cottage Life, takers of my most outrageous ideas - so much fun to work with,” Pete muses.  Here, Pete illustrates a piece was about loving your dock spiders ... (more)

February 24, 2011

Tom Richmond gave us a sneak peek at the splash page and a few images from the parody of “Sad Men” he illustrated for MAD#508.

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February 23, 2011

Jason Seiler had just two days to create this Sarah Palin cover for the New York Observer.  “So, I painted fast but had loads of fun along the way!” Jason tells us. “I kept it more loose and painterly, which I love to do anyway.” (more)

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