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July 29, 2011

Ruth Rowland’s soft, linear hand lettering provides a warm Mediterranean feel for “The Olive Farm” series of book covers for Orion Publishing. (more)

July 28, 2011

Pete Ryan proved, once more, to be a master of the visual metaphor with this illustration for AARP Magazine.  The article discusses how best to fix and maintain the Social Security system so that it isn’t bankrupted by the retiring Boomer Generation. (more)

July 27, 2011

As Melinda Beck sees it, “It’s a good day at work when I say, ‘I would like to do something a little Louise Nevelson meets Franz Kline,’ and the client says, ‘sure.’”   (more)

July 27, 2011

Chris Gash found out (the good way) what happens when you combine a great illustration with amazing art direction.  His full page illo for Adweek got the message across loud and clear, but the "crumpled" treatment added to the final layout brought the whole thing home. (more)

July 27, 2011

Chris Whetzel illustrated one man's exploration of switching his racket grip, and how it slowly improved, his game for Tennis magazine. (more)

July 26, 2011

Just in time to beat the July / August heat, Karen Greenberg slips us two more month’s worth of her wise and witty Rules, as featured in Skirt! Magazine.  (more)

July 26, 2011

Eugene Smith shared an illustration he did for Seattle Magazine's August issue. The article was about bringing in a wider crowd to the Renaissance Fair by incorporating some current trends in popular culture and technology. (more)

July 25, 2011

Sean Kelly’s ironic postcard artwork accompanies an Op-Ed series for the Los Angeles Times, which shares on-the-ground reports from throughout Southern California on the effects of the current recession. (more)

July 25, 2011

Michael Morgenstern shows how the clunky old mainframes of yesterday will be running the suave, clean, cloud technology of today in this full page opener for Computerworld. (more)

July 25, 2011

The late Amy Winehouse, a seen by Ellen Byrne. (more)

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