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DAVID POHL
May 26, 2017

David Pohl’s graphic illustration is a finalist in Belonging, a community art project in support of immigrants and refugees who want to make Pittsburgh their home. One design will be turned into a poster and distributed free to the Pittsburgh community at The World Refugee Celebration in Market Square on June 21, 2017. (more)

May 11, 2017

David Pohl’s cover illustration for Pittsburgh City Paper accompanied a harrowing feature about a 15-year old girl’s assault at the hands of a classmate, followed by the abject nightmare that unfolded when she went to court. (more)

May 2, 2017

David Pohl illustrated a survey of new meditation apps for mobile phones for Family Circle Magazine. (more)

April 26, 2017

David Pohl’s illustration for Family Circle Magazine, “Blind Faith (A Woman Adopts a Blind Cat)” has received a Merit Award from The Society of Publication Designers 52.   (more)

August 22, 2016

David Pohl created a vibrant series of banners celebrating historic Market Square for his client, The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership.  Also known as "The Diamond," the area has a long and rich history as a gathering place for social interaction dating back to 1784. (more)

June 16, 2016

David Pohl celebrates Flag Day in timely style with this proud illustration of American unity. (more)

May 16, 2016

David Pohl’s beautiful illustration accompanied a story about a woman who adopts a blind cat, for the June issue of Family Circle Magazine. (more)

August 21, 2013

David Pohl brought a fun ‘60s vibe to four full page illustrations for Table Magazine, to accompany an article about food and its relationship to specific parts of the body:  Heart; Skin, Eyes & Hair; Brain; and Digestion  (more)

May 13, 2013

David Pohl illustrates an article regarding the rise of porn star suicides, asking why so many actors are dying, for the June/July issue of Out Magazine(more)

October 1, 2012

David Pohl’s illustration for Reader’s Digest accompanies an article on a dark new side of online shopping’s anonymous price-comparing. Price customization software now helps retailers detect shoppers who can afford to pay more or are in a hurry to buy; the website then displays more expensive options and higher prices. (more)

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