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August 24, 2016

Carl Wiens’ Stock Collection was the source of this playful illustration which was licensed to Common Ground magazine for use as a full page feature. (more)

May 13, 2015

Carl Wiens illustrated an article for Phoenix Magazine, using lots of vintage radio elements mixed with pirate/clown elements, to convey the outlaw mentality of local station KWFUCC. (more)

April 1, 2015

Carl Wiens’ recent illustration assignments, although quite diverse, somehow maintained a healthy relationship.  “Learning to Say No to Dialysis,” appeared in the New York Times Science section this week:  (more)

August 21, 2013

Science Times was enriched by the illustrations of four members of this week.  Yarek Waszul depicted the risk of developing new mental health drugs: (more)

August 2, 2013

Carl Wiens created this tender, multi-dimensional portrait of the late writer David Rakoff for a review of his last novel, “Love, Dishonor, Marry, Die, Cherish, Perish,” in the latest issue of The Walrus. (more)

July 2, 2013

Carl Wiens will exhibit a series of images in this group show at the Nook Collective in Toronto, featuring the work of over 40 artists. (more)

May 21, 2013

Carl Wiens has been working on a illustration assignments about new growth this spring, the idea of good things beginning to emerge, positive energy and vibrations.  “Fresh Growth,” for Hanley-Wood, celebrates across-the-board sales gains: (more)

May 7, 2013

Carl Wiens illustrated a short story for about one of the few descendants of a human colony on Mars that was abandoned by Earth, who is surprised to discover that she can breathe the toxic atmosphere of the Martian surface.     (more)

February 25, 2013

Carl Wiens illustrated two different aspects of gun violence this past month. For an Entertainment Weekly special section examining the role guns play in the whole entertainment market, Carl was given the specific topic of guns and television.   (more)

February 11, 2013

Carl Wiens illustrated an article about US immigration policy from an economist’s point of view for the Sunday New York Times. (more)