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November 10, 2017

Chris Gash created a full page illustration for a Georgetown University article about an innovative business course that asks students to write a book in a semester. (more)

October 3, 2017

Chris Gash illustrated a review for a 1939 World’s Fair centered novel about three brothers, featured in the New York Times. (more)

August 22, 2017

Chris Gash created this full page illustration for Scientific American to accompany a feature about the Trump administration’s plan to double down on school vouchers, despite mounting evidence that they don’t work. (more)

August 15, 2017

Chris Gash was commissioned by Pentagram Studio to illustrate a feature for the World Wildlife Fund about the benefits of recycling rainwater effectively. (more)

July 25, 2017

Chris Gash illustrated a review of the new revival of the ‘70s play, “Marvin’s Room,” for a recent issue of The New Yorker. (more)

July 17, 2017

Chris Gash illustrated this Food Section opener for the Washington Post about the delicate balance of keeping a restaurant open in our dining-obsessed, attention-deficit culture. (more)

June 19, 2017

Chris Gash’s cover illustration for Texas Observer accompanied a feature about a community dealing with the border wall, and their sense that they are prisoners in their own town. (more)

June 13, 2017

Chris Gash takes a breather and brings us up to speed on his latest illustration assignments. For Southwest Airlines, Chris illustrated an article show how socially awkward employees may actually be good for a company’s bottom line: (more)

May 18, 2017

Chris Gash illustration for Golf Digest accompanied an article about ways in which mowing a course can affect a golfer’s game.