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February 28, 2013

Stuart Bradford created these illustrations for Wellesley College to accompany an elegiac essay on the end of the Atlantis shuttle program. The writer ponders the poetry of spaceflight, reminiscing about attending many launches and landings while reflecting on her own love of astronomy. (more)

February 28, 2013

As Laura Watson’s latest art print correctly points out, “All mushrooms are edible - once.”  Please keep in mind exactly what that might mean if you ever discover mushrooms like THESE on a walk through the forest… (more)

February 27, 2013

Davide Bonazzi redefines the chemistry of seduction. (more)

February 27, 2013

Jeanine Henderson’s latest book cover project for Egmont Books provided an opportunity to create the whole package for this middle-school suspense novel: design, illustration, and hand-lettering. (more)

February 27, 2013

Asaf Hanuka’s latest installment of his comic, The Realist, muses on the artist’s ability to mess with people’s heads… BIG time. (more)

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February 27, 2013

Yuta Onoda’s illustration for the Sunday Business section of The New York Times was completed on a very short timeline. “I had to stay up for two days straight to complete this piece,” says Yuta. (more)

February 27, 2013

Tom Richmond takes on the task of creating the rollicking illustration for the National Cartoonists Society’s Reuben Awards Weekend NCS Reuben brochure. This year the event will be held in Pittsburgh, PA, so the scene is of one of their famous “inclines”, a kind of cable car/train that goes up the steep side of the surrounding bluffs and gives you a commanding view of the picturesque three rivers valley. (more)

February 27, 2013

Patrick George’s latest interactive kids’ book is irresistibly titled, “OH NO!” Flip the acetate page from right to left and … OH NO! Each spread reveals something delightfully unexpected.  (more)

February 27, 2013

Chris Gash continues his illustrious illustrative relationship with ESPN Magazine, producing an eye-catching pair of page-headers, 8.5 inches wide by 3 inches deep. The first column was about the disparity between fan favorites and statistical favorites, and which is more important: (more)

February 27, 2013

Tim O’Brien’s illustration for the Washington Post accompanies an article speculating on the possibility of an American Pope: open, ebullient, but still shadowed by the dark recent history surrounding the church. (more)

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