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January 18, 2018

Doug Chayka’s interview with Robert Newman for AI-AP is an absolute must-read for young editorial illustrators looking for a career roadmap… but only if they’re will to work hard, stay curious and take a lot of chances.  (more)

January 9, 2018

Magazines and newspapers were early adapters of motion graphics for their growing on line readership.  (more)

May 25, 2017

Doug Chayka illustrated Colin Powell’s opinion piece on proposed cuts to the State Department budget for today’s New York Times Op-Ed page. (more)

May 17, 2017

Doug Chayka’s illustration for The New York Times accompanies an article pointing out that Silicon Valley technology giants, not the government, are building the artificially intelligent future. (more)

May 10, 2017

Doug Chayka’s latest animated gif illustration for the “State of the Art” feature in the New York Times is all about Tech’s Frightful Five, also known as the apps you can’t live without. (more)

March 20, 2017

Doug Chayka’s illustration for The Atlantic animates nicely for an article that wonders, “Can Wall Street Save Trump from Himself?” The promise and peril in the president’s surrounding himself with former bankers… (more)

February 1, 2017

Doug Chayka’s illustration for The New York Times accompanied an article on how social networks have already empowered mass protests against Trump in the first week of his presidency. (more)

January 25, 2017

Doug Chayka pumps iron with this animated illustration for The New York Times, accompanying a tech article about US dependence on Chinese-made industrial robots to run American factories. (more)

January 23, 2017

Doug Chayka illustrates the burden of one-party government in this gif illustration for The Wall Street Journal. (more)