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May 31, 2017

Daniel Hertzberg’s cover illustration for CIO Online magazine features the wonderful world of immersive technologies, including virtual, augmented and mixed reality. (more)

May 31, 2017

Davide Bonazzi’s cover illustration for Brandeis University Magazine accompanied an article on a team of scientists who are building inanimate materials that behave like living organisms. (more)

May 31, 2017

Michael Waraksa’s illustration for The Los Angeles Times Envelope section accompanied an article about the recent spate of futuristic TV shows, like "Westworld" and "Mr. Robot," which are entirely relevant to today's tech-obsessed world. (more)

May 31, 2017

Ken Perkins was contacted by Chicago agency TwoxFour to create a series of six iconic black and white illustrations for Tangled Roots Brewing Co. The woodcut style artwork will be used across all media as the rustic face of the brand. Here is a look at the first three in the series. (more)

May 31, 2017

Gordon Studer’s stark illustration was available to license immediately through Theispot Stock (on the Friday afternoon of a 3-day weekend) when Courrier International in France was putting together this week’s issue, focused on the latest act of terror in Manchester, England.  (more)

May 30, 2017

Michael Cho recently illustrated a variant cover for Cave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye, complete with groovy title hand lettering. (more)

May 30, 2017

Jon Reinfurt’s page one illustration for The New York Times Sunday Business section accompanied a feature on income growth for America’s top 200 C.E.O.s, and their warm relationship with the new Trump White House. (more)

May 30, 2017

Kotryna Zukauskaite's illustrations for the American Optometric Association take a literal approach to a feature about the nuts and bolts of selling a practice. (more)

May 30, 2017

Keith Negley happily illustrated the band Mount Kimbie for this week's New Yorker. “Great band, fun assignment! I love drawing electronic music gear,” says Keith. (more)

May 30, 2017

Giulio Bonasera’s illustration series for Die Zeit in Germany was developed using a variety of French voter remarks during their recent dramatic elections. “I voted blank in the first round and yesterday for Marine. I don’t know Macron. I don’t know who he is, I just heard about him in this election but it’s unclear what he stood for. Marine doesn't like immigrants, but I’m not an immigrant. I don't have anything to fear from her.” (more)

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