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August 31, 2012

Dan Page’s illustration for the cover of the Washington Post Local Living Magazine is on the topic of Rivalries. (more)

August 31, 2012

Cathi Mingus sweetens up the current September / October issue of American Girl magazine with a series of illustrations for the story, "Cheer We Go!” (more)

August 31, 2012

Kyle Hilton’s completely cut-out-able version of his “Drive” paper doll was featured in the “Finally…” section of Canadian film magazine Cineplex this month. (more)

August 31, 2012

Michael Cho’s recent illustration for Torchbearer magazine took on the subject of quantum physics, time travel and viewing the past.  “I was grateful that they gave me the latitude to do a ‘pulp sci-fi’ take on it,” says Michael. (more)

August 30, 2012

Bill Sanderson created this multi-portrait illustration for the September issue of The Atlantic, showing President Obama surrounded by important figures in African American History: Frederick Douglas, Booker T Washington, WEB DuBois, Martin Luther King Malcolm X, Jessie Jackson Senior, and Rosa Parks. (more)

August 29, 2012

Chuck Gonzales was the mastermind character designer behind this sweet new line of La Dee Dah, Rowdy, Shouty, Chic fashion dolls. The girls and their dog, Le Bun, available as bricks-and-mortar dolls, can also be accessed through an interactive website full of games, stories and fashion fun. (more)

August 29, 2012

Eric Hanson cover illustrations for the New York Review Books editions of Kinsley Amis’ classic novels manage to channel the author’s intelligent humor with the simplest of line. Here are the first two in the series. (more)

August 29, 2012

Jeffrey Smith illustrated the story, “What It Was” by George Pellecanos for Playboy Magazine. (more)

August 29, 2012

Eva Vazquez’ illustration for Massachusetts-based Common Wealth magazine accompanies an article about the decreasing amount of time the Legislature actually spends in session. (more)

August 28, 2012

Shaw Nielsen’s illustrations, for Management Today, add a bit of zip to a couple of short columns. First, an article about how larger companies tend to talk big when it comes to building up “social capital” with their employees, who in turn are rather apathetic about the idea. (more)

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