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April 29, 2016

Anna + Elena Balbusso’s illustration for Nouvel Accueil Mineurs Isolés Etrangers Centre Babel, France, accompanies a social comment on immigration and unaccompanied foreign minors. (more)

April 29, 2016

Chris Gash’s latest illustration for Golf Digest accompanied an article on the abject humiliation that accompanies the act of teeing so hard right that the ball lands on the next hole's fairway. (more)

April 29, 2016

Ivan Canu’s digital illustration wonders if people are incapable of true mourning on the internet and social media accounts.  R.I.P. real feelings; we hardly knew ya… (more)

April 28, 2016

Alex Nabaum illustrated an editorial opener for a recent issue of Christianity Today. (more)

April 28, 2016

Daniel Hertzberg’s spread illustration for Inc. Magazine accompanied a feature about the challenges startup companies face by taking the big plunge and going public.  (more)

April 28, 2016

David Plunkert uses old-school elements to illustrate "The Toxin Avenger," an article for Tufts University / Cummings Veterinary Medicine Magazine. (more)

April 28, 2016

Eric Hanson’s Op Ed illustration for The New York Times accompanies an opinion piece on the erosion of voters’ rights and the resurgence of bigotry and injustice in modern America. (more)

April 28, 2016

Pete Ryan’s cover illustration for Institutional Investor magazine accompanied a feature on emerging markets in developing nations that are becoming more a more bullish investment choice. (more)

April 27, 2016

Roy Scott was commissioned by GLC Marketing Communications to dream up a colorful montage illustration for a feature on an actuary, reflecting back on the career path that led from software coding to success in statistical risk assessment. (more)

April 27, 2016

Peter Strain created a typographic portrait of David Lynch, one of cinema’s most influential directors, for the Drawing Dave exhibition which will take place May 10th - 14th 2016 at Secret Cellar, Aceface Barbers in Birmingham. Proceeds from auctioning the artwork will go to support Pancreatic Cancer UK. (more)

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