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January 31, 2017

Alexei Vella’s illustration for Canadian Lawyer magazine accompanies a feature on CETA, the long-awaited Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union. (more)

January 31, 2017

Jeffrey Smith's mind-bending cover illustration for The Atlantic accompanies a chilling assessment of the Trump playbook, and just how far it might take him. (more)

January 31, 2017

Tim O’Brien's Illustration for Mother Jones Magazine lampoons the qualifications of Betsy DeVos, Trump's education secretary pick, who has spent a lifetime working to end public education as we know it in favor of more… faith-based solutions. (more)

January 31, 2017

Ellen Byrne illustrated a welcoming “building portrait” of Federated Charities’ headquarters in Frederick, MD for use in an outreach advertising piece.  (more)

January 31, 2017

David Plunkert's illustration for The New York Times Health section accompanied an article that looks at recent revisions in nursing home regulations designed to protect and improve care for the residents. (more)

January 31, 2017

Jonathan Williams was commissioned by The Sunday Times Style supplement to illustrate a memoir by novelist Sarah Perry about her inherited skill of dressmaking. (more)

January 31, 2017

Michael Morgenstern illustrated an article for Purdue Alumni Magazine about people who feel the need to hide aspects of themselves, which prevents them from performing as well as others in school and in life.   (more)

January 30, 2017

Davide Bonazzi’s illustration for French newspaper Le Parisien accompanied a feature about web-matchmakers: professionals working for dating websites whose job it is to give everyone the "right" partner. (more)

January 30, 2017

Nigel Buchanan’s witty illustration for the current issue of The Atlantic accompanies an article on the self-medicating effects of extreme-fitness TV. (more)

January 30, 2017

Robert Neubecker worked with the Haring Foundation to illustrate a biography of Keith Haring, written by his sister, Kay Haring, and published by Random House (Dial Books). The book explores the life and art of Keith Haring; reproductions of his signature artwork appear in scenes boldly rendered by Robert.  (more)

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