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April 30, 2015

Davide Bonazzi illustrated this subtly creepy book cover for an Italian edition of “The Humans” by Matt Haig, published by Mondadori Direct (2015). (more)

April 30, 2015

John Tomac’s opener and series of illustrations for a special feature in Successful Farming magazine takes a look at the future of farming and what it might hold.  (more)

April 30, 2015

Helen Friel created a revolving 3D illustration for the cover of Computer Arts Collectors’ Love Print / Love Digital Edition. (more)

April 30, 2015

Taylor Callery was commissioned by promoter National Shows 2 to illustrate the commemorative concert poster for SlipKnot's "Prepare For Hell" Tour. Taylor’s riveting image was created using acrylic and collage on wood. (more)

April 30, 2015

Matt Herring’s opening spread illustration for Billboard Magazine heralded a multi-page feature on 1984, Pop Music’s Best Year Ever. Matt’s photomontage is as bright and engaging as the musical and cultural time that it chronicles - the hair alone is enough to make one swoon! (more)

April 30, 2015

Ellen Byrne shares a poster project from a few months earlier to remind folks that Baltimore is still a beautiful, wonderful city to visit or call home. (more)

April 29, 2015

Michael Sloan’s illustration accompanied an article about the rise of ISIS in Iraq for a University of Toronto publication. (more)

April 29, 2015

Joe Wilson was commissioned once again by the folks at 21st Amendment to illustrate “Down to Earth,” his 7th beer package for them.  Joe brought his character Ham the Space Chimp back to Earth for the occasion to help convey the beer’s chill vibe. (more)

April 29, 2015

Jason Seiler’s funny-because-it’s-true cover illustration for The Dadly Virtues: Adventures from the Worst Job You’ll Ever Love hits the shelves just in time for Father’s Day.  (more)

April 29, 2015

Kenneth Batelman’s illustrations live, breath and dream in digital efficiency.  (more)

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