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November 30, 2012

Mary Woodin celebrates the humble swede, one of the under-appreciated glories of the autumn garden, for Country Living magazine. “Heavy roots, cloaked in a fringe of deep purple, tapering to gold, with hints of shocking lime…”   (more)

November 30, 2012

Ken Orvidas illustrated the latest “Think Like a Doctor” diagnosis challenge in the New York Times Sunday Magazine: the case of an animal trainer who develops an excruciating headache after a run-in with a zebra. (more)

November 29, 2012

John Tomac calls in the big guns with this illustration for Inside Counsel magazine, accompanying a story that highlights the traits and tactics of successful trial lawyers. (more)

November 29, 2012

Daniel Hertzberg will have two illustrations exhibited in the upcoming Society of Illustrators 55th Annual. This theatrical image for “God of Carnage” was selected in the Institutional category: (more)

November 29, 2012

Alison Seiffer’s gracefully funny illustration accompanies the lead article of today's New York Times Style section which laments the endangered art of the dinner party.  (more)

November 28, 2012

Yvetta Fedorova’s illustration for the Jane Brody’s article in the New York Times Health section this week deals with doctors who care for people with incurable illness, and especially the terminally ill, who often suffer with their patients. (more)

November 28, 2012

Michael Cho was commissioned by Occidental College in California to create a series of illustrations for a recruiting booklet, mixing location drawings along with 10 portraits of famous alumni. (more)

November 27, 2012

Sean McCabe's fun retro-photo illustrations accompany "In Case of Emergency, Call Offspring," a Wall Street Journal article about a tech-savvy son who solves his mother's most vexing computer problems.  (more)

November 27, 2012

Shaw Nielsen’s illustration for Amherst College accompanies an essay recalling how the school entered the age of computing with a bit of a lurch, beginning with a ragtag group of self-taught programmers who hung out in the basement of Converse Hall. (more)

November 27, 2012

Jing Jing Tsong’s illustration for Educational Leadership magazine accompanies an article discussing how Common Core standards can be feared like a monster, which becomes less intimidating as the children become familiar with it.  (more)

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