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April 30, 2012

Elvis Swift was commissioned by Kate Spade New York to illustrate this wonderful Owl Vase. (more)

April 30, 2012

John Tomac once again enjoyed working on a fast job for the New Jersey Record Real Estate section, illustrating a story on the work that homeowners need to do once they decide to list their home for sale. (more)

April 30, 2012

J.D. King’s cover and interior illustrations for the Boston Globe G section accompany a feature about nannies. It seems that they can earn up to $80,000 per annum plus benefits and are often college grads. (more)

April 30, 2012

Tim O’Brien created this painting in honor of the 100th year anniversary of the tragic sinking of the Titanic. “Smithsonian Magazine asked me to illustrate the Titanic and how it stays vivid in our minds and imagination,” says Tim. “It's an historical anomaly that makes a sure thing seem less so, that nothing is assured and that nature wins out in the end.” (more)

April 27, 2012

David Plunkert illustrates "Are Daggers Out Between Consultants and Asset Managers?" for Soojin Buzelli at Asset International. (more)

April 27, 2012

Joe Wilson took charge of the latest cover for Little White Lies, issue 41, The Midnight Double. This is a wraparound cover: a different film for the front and the back, “The Raid,” and “The Innkeepers.” The magazine is split dead center, so you get two covers for the price of one. (more)

April 27, 2012

David Helfrey was tapped by Seattle Business Magazine to illustrate an editorial about how Amazon.com is to local businesses as The Borg are to inhabited planets. Helfrey comments, "I love getting lobbed a softball like this. I mean, the article already had robots in it! Cracking the Borg's stone-faced veneer using the Amazon logo as a wry smile was a no-brainer.” (more)

April 26, 2012

Chris Whetzel was commissioned by the LA Times to illustrate their Business Section cover article about how movie theaters are pushing their accessibility on mobile devices. (more)

April 26, 2012

Kyle Hilton had great fun with a series of illustrations for New York Magazine’s Vulture arts blog titled, “What If the Summer Movie Casts Were High School Cliques?” (more)

April 26, 2012

David Plunkert created four illustrations created for the Spring 2012 issue of Stanford Medicine Magazine. Clockwise from upper left: Hit Record: Research to Explain Concussions; Joint Discovery; Historic Trial Halted; Computing Cancer. (more)

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