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December 26, 2012

Chi Birmingham's new illustration in the Sunday Business section of the New York Times accompanies an article on the power of symbolism in the current fiscal debate. (more)

December 26, 2012

Roy Scott created this illustration for Wolters Kluwer Health Publishing to accompany an article about the agony of implementing “Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care” decisions for loved ones. (more)

December 21, 2012

Eric Hanson created this Christmas card for his good friends at the Dutch design firm GBE. (more)

December 20, 2012

Michael Waraksa had two pieces accepted into the Society of Illustrators 55 annual. "Good Afternoon" and "New Aluminium Thursday" were both selected for the uncommissioned category. (more)

December 20, 2012

John Tomac’s fun page one spot for the New York Times Dining section is all about the disagreements parents and their adult children have when they go out to eat. The younger generation grows up, moves to the big city and develops a taste for the exotic, while the older generation wonders who in there right mind would pay $300 for pizza. (more)

December 19, 2012

Michael Austin’s energetic new picture book, “Monsters Love Colors,” which invites kids to celebrate mixing and discovering color along with some hilarious monsters, will be published in February by HarperCollins. Pre-order a copy for your favorite little monster in Theispot.com Bookstore! (more)

December 19, 2012

Chris Gash tries to send a client holiday card every year and every year… here he shows us some of the winners (and not-so-much) from the archives. This was a good one from 2008: (more)

December 19, 2012

Brian Stauffer’s stark illustration for the print edition of the New York Times Op Ed page, accompanying a piece on life sentences for low level crimes, comes powerfully alive with animation for the on line edition. (more)

December 19, 2012

Janet Allinger combined her illustration and design talents to produce this logo for Pinot Paradise, the annual celebration of Pinot Noir exclusively grown and produced in the Santa Cruz Mountains. (more)

December 19, 2012

Kyle Hilton’s latest Paper Doll series was created on set with ABC for their sitcom, Happy Endings.  Kyle worked on these with one of the show’s writers to come up with some of their favorite costumes and moments from Seasons 1 and 2.   (more)

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