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March 31, 2016

Kathryn Rathke’s deftly penned illustration of the brilliant Zaha Hadid was originally done for The Economist’s Intelligent Life magazine. It resonates here once again on the tragic day of the architect’s death at the age of 65. (more)

March 31, 2016

Agent Illustrateur's latest illustration for Montreal's Nouveau Projet magazine accompanies an article on how best to reinvigorate struggling commercial streets and create more foot traffic. The second spread shows how costs for specific commodities have evolved since 1935.  (more)

March 31, 2016

Kirk Manley illustrated the official show posters for the Walker Stalker Denver Convention, which takes place this weekend. Here are both the regular edition and a limited death-defyingly undead variant special edition. (more)

March 31, 2016

Ingo Fast shares one of a series of illustrations for UBS Private Banking, evoking an (admittedly often illusionary) optimistic and luminous future.  (more)

March 31, 2016

Chris Gash illustrated an article for Chicago Magazine about the relatively new phenomenon of Morning Raves. Booze-free and totally stoked at sunrise… (more)

March 30, 2016

Valeria Petrone’s latest children’s book illustration project, “ABITARE SOTTOSOPRA,” written by Sabina Colloredo, will debut next month at the Bologna Book Fair. This makes us happy! (more)

March 30, 2016

James Fryer’s cover illustration for Engineering Designer magazine accompanied an article that defines the problems of Design Management. Organization, procedures, bureaucracy, the process of design itself and how creativity can be stifled in the wrong environment are some of the issues that can arise. (more)

March 30, 2016

Benedetto Cristofani's double page illustration for Project Manager magazine shows the value of staying on the straight and narrow for success in business.  (more)

March 30, 2016

Alexei Vella’s illustration for Variety Magazine accompanied an article on the effect of the FCC auctioning off TV airwaves. (more)

March 30, 2016

John S. Dykes’ sketchbook map illustration for Boston Magazine addresses the eternal competition of North Shore vs. South Shore. Ever experience the greenheads in July? That’s the price you pay to paak yoah cah in Ipswich. (more)

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