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May 30, 2014

Alex Nabaum illustrated another one of those utterly abstract, bewildering financial articles recently for American Banker magazine. The topic was "Why SBICs Are Back in Vogue at Banks," but in the yet-developing story there was a connection between Paul Volcker and Sputnik.  Bingo! (more)

May 30, 2014

Brian Stauffer cover for Westword illustrates a feature about a writer who donated her wedding dress after her fiancé died of cancer. The donation, through “Wish Upon a Wedding,” makes it possible for couples where one or both are a facing a terminal illness to wed before dying. (more)

May 30, 2014

Cathi Mingus illustrated the newest edition of “The Smart Girl's Guide to Middle School,” published by American Girl.  Cathi clearly had a blast creating the many cute, spirited tween characters throughout!   (more)

May 29, 2014

Daniel Hertzberg created a fun full-page illustration for Sports Illustrated this week, for a feature about Pelé (still widely considered the greatest soccer player of all-time) and how he has become so marketable later in life, especially with the upcoming World Cup and 2016 Olympics. (more)

May 29, 2014

Ken Orvidas created this arresting illustration for Engineering News Record to accompany an article on the increasing complexity of winning public sector work, giving rise to many more bid protests as a favored weapon.  (more)

May 29, 2014

Peter Strain created a dynamic cover and interior series of illustrations for Sport Magazine, UK, in anticipation of the World Cup 100 next month. (more)

May 29, 2014

Michael Morgenstern’s illustration for John's Hopkins Public Health magazine accompanied an article about the popularity and possible health benefits of e-cigarettes. (more)

May 29, 2014

Dean Rohrer's illustration for a recent issue of Educational Leadership magazine accompanied an article about how parents can best support their children's writing skills at home.  (more)

May 28, 2014

James Fryer’s spread illustration for Inside Housing magazine accompanies an article discussing how local authorities are using freedoms under self-financing reforms to kick start a new age of low cost house building. (more)

May 28, 2014

Jon Reinfurt’s illustration for the current issue of Teaching Tolerance Magazine accompanied an article about diversity and, more specifically, the idea of getting students to talk constructively about differences. (more)

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