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May 31, 2016

John Tomac’s illustration for D Magazine accompanied an expose of the most scrutinized job at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport: the lucrative and cut-throat world behind their shoeshine concessions. (more)

May 31, 2016

Agent Illustrateur's playful illustration for Emory Nursing Magazine Spring issue accompanied a serious article about schools partnering to train nurse-midwives in desperately underserved rural Georgia. (more)

May 31, 2016

David Vogin’s latest illustration for Dallas CEO Magazine accompanied an account of the challenges women face working in male-dominated industries. (more)

May 31, 2016

Allan Burch’s cover illustration for Denver Law magazine is a portrait honoring Martin Katz, the beloved dean of the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law, who is returning to the classroom. (more)

May 31, 2016

Davide Bonazzi's recent illustration for Science magazine accompanied a study of ant behavior that reveals important lessons for humans living in an increasingly urban ecosystem. (more)

May 31, 2016

Pete Ryan produced a quick-quick illustration for a Wall Street Journal feature on how scientists can tell what kind of movie you just watched, and what you thought of it, based on your breath. We are also sharing a few of Pete’s sketches, because fast is still fabulous when it comes to his concepts. (more)

May 31, 2016

Federico Gastaldi’s illustration is a response to news stories about Iranian women who are defying the “Morality Police” by cutting their hair and shedding their hijab.  (more)

May 31, 2016

Paul Garland's illustration for the cover of Reader’s Digest takes a fresh look at the battle over Brexit with a classic Jenga metaphor. (more)

May 31, 2016

Jing Jing Tsong has just completed illustrations for “Feathers and Hair, What Animals Wear” by Jennifer Ward. This playful exploration of diverse wildlife comes out in March 2017 from Simon & Schuster… but here’s a sneak-peek of Jing’s utterly charming artwork right now! (more)

May 31, 2016

Jon Valk juggled twenty two fonts to bring a vintage vibe to this circus-like sectional front page design for The Wall Street Journal’s summer book feature.  (more)

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