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September 30, 2014

Laura Watson shares an illustration of a kanikapila, an impromptu Hawaiian jam session and usually happening on a beach.  A great way to wrap up summer! (more)

September 30, 2014

The Boston Globe commissioned Doug Chayka to illustrate the Sunday Ideas cover story about plans for the future of Suffolk Downs, a decommissioned horse racing track in East Boston.

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September 30, 2014

Scott Laumann’s ever-evolving commercial and gallery work is the subject of an in depth feature article in the September/October issue of Communication Arts Magazine. (more)

September 26, 2014

David Vogin illustrated an article about the importance of getting classroom observations right for the Winter 2014 issue of Education Next. (more)

September 26, 2014

Colin Hayes has illustrated a “Five Things” humor page for every issue of Boating Magazine since 2012; his latest is “5 Things That Make You Feel Like You’re Still Boating in the Winter Months.” (more)

September 26, 2014

The Red Dress takes a decidedly vintage cinema poster approach to this advertising illustration for Kahlua Coffee Liqueur. (more)

September 26, 2014

Davide Bonazzi's recent illustration for MIT Technology Review accompanied an article about the possibility of recycling old Russian weapons into American electricity.  (more)

September 25, 2014

Mark Smith’s illustration for ESPN magazine effectively addresses the effects of repeated head trauma. (more)

September 25, 2014

Jeanine Henderson’s latest illustration commission was a set of 26 wildflowers and prairie grasses for an elementary school poster. The school district is one of the first of its kind: 80% sustainable on reusable energy with solar, wind and thermo power, surrounded by a prairie reserve. The poster will be used as a guide to teach the students what kind of fauna is growing all around them. (more)

September 25, 2014

Kyle Hilton’s infamous paper doll illustration style earned him a serial commission from Oxygen, to promote their new show, “Sisterhood of Hip Hop.”  Below are the first two out of five Sisters. “I know very little about hip hop,” Kyle admits, “but it’s been a dream of mine to be paid to watch TV.”  (more)

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