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March 30, 2017

Chris Whetzel’s powerful NCAA Preview cover illustration for the LA Times this month reminds us that there’s no such thing as too much March Madness! Scroll down to see some great sketches, too… (more)

February 1, 2017

Chris Whetzel’s action-packed section opener illustration for the Los Angeles Times accompanied an article discussing the direction the stock market might take under the new POTUS.  (more)

January 6, 2017

When The Washington Post assembled its list of “50 Great Illustrations from 2016,” it inevitably included a number of memorable images by artists from Theispot. (more)

December 5, 2016

Chris Whetzel’s flaming cover illustration for LA Weekly accompanied a feature on the alleged arson of the Da Vinci complex, which was an entire block of wooden buildings. (more)

November 3, 2016

Chris Whetzel illustrated the cover for a special NBA Season Preview section of the Los Angeles Times(more)

October 11, 2016

Chris Whetzel’s illustration for The Boston Globe accompanied an article about how using rituals in one’s daily life can often bring about unexpected benefits. (more)

August 1, 2016

Chris Whetzel illustrated a fast and fun assignment for the Washington Post to accompany an article about how horror movies frequently provide metaphors for political commentary. (more)

June 27, 2016

Chris Whetzel was commissioned by an investment magazine to illustrate an article about how some countries are nationalizing their resources to maximize their own profits rather than those of private companies. This clearly called for Chris’s “revolution style”! (more)

June 2, 2016

Chris Whetzel had a lot of fun creating this cover illustration for LA Weekly. Movies, the beach, sunshine, popcorn… what’s not to love? (more)

May 9, 2016

Chris Whetzel’s illustration for the Los Angeles Times Sports section accompanied an article about LA basketball fans who are disappointed in the Lakers’ current performance, but oh-so-happy to cheer for the high-ranked LA Clippers, who usually perform poorly.  (more)