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May 31, 2016

David Vogin’s latest illustration for Dallas CEO Magazine accompanied an account of the challenges women face working in male-dominated industries. (more)

February 11, 2016

David Vogin’s retro-lovely collage illustration for Texas Co-op Power celebrates the musical stylings of singer Gene Austin, copied by the stars. (more)

February 1, 2016

David Vogin’s lighter than air illustration for AOPA Pilot Magazine gives us a balloon’s-eye view of Pikes Peak. (more)

December 16, 2015

David Vogin’s illustration for Pacific Standard magazine accompanied a story about the recent climate change conference in Paris. (more)

October 1, 2015

David Vogin proudly shares his recent cover illustration for CIO magazine, with and without the the cover lines and masthead. “One of my absolute favorites!” he says. (No argument from us.) (more)

April 9, 2015

David Vogin’s illustration for Mother Jones accompanies an article on race in research funding. Sickle cell affects 80,000 people, primarily African Americans. Cystic fibrosis has 27,000 patients, mostly Caucasians—and yet it gets nearly four times more research and drug development money. (more)

September 26, 2014

David Vogin illustrated an article about the importance of getting classroom observations right for the Winter 2014 issue of Education Next. (more)

February 20, 2014

David Vogin’s illustration ran big, bold and just a little bit creepy, on page one of the New York Times Home section today, for an article about the new breed of home surveillance systems. (more)

February 3, 2014

David Vogin’s illustration for today's Wall Street Journal accompanied a story on the Sysco-US Food merger. (more)

December 17, 2013

David Vogin created this photo-illustration portrait of John Chen, newly appointed interim chief executive of Blackberry, for the Wall Street Journal. (more)