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DAVE WHEELER
August 10, 2017

Dave Wheeler created three inventive illustrations for a recent issue of Scholastic Storyworks magazine. With his intriguing play of perspective, depth, scale and media, Dave’s artwork never fails to keep young readers focused on the page. (more)

August 1, 2017

Dave Wheeler teamed up with his teenaged son to write, illustrate and build an addictive online homonym game called FunPun. Read the rhyme, look at the illustration… and groan as you fill in the answer! Then on to the next and the next and the next… (more)

July 13, 2017

Dave Wheeler played fast and loose with a fresh conceptual illustration style throughout a recent issue of the Harvard Business Review. Preventing Employee Turnover: (more)

June 12, 2017

Dave Wheeler was honored to turn out a custom 3-D skate deck for “Boards on Duty”, an auction benefitting Hometown Heroes which provides free summer camp to kids of military families. (more)

January 4, 2017

As the online presence of magazines and newspapers grow in importance, Editorial illustrators are using new tools to build digital capability into their images. One of the most prevalent, and delightful, results is short, simple animation that enhances the visual message well beyond the static page.  Here are some excellent example by members of Theispot; click on the links below to enjoy each one in action. (more)

November 29, 2016

Dave Wheeler’s cover and interior images for the University of New Hampshire’s Alumni Magazine illustrated a story about the transition from their history as a land grant university to an institution focused on helping students develop their own intellectual property. (more)

October 31, 2016

Dave Wheeler created this illustration for the cover of Scholastic Storyworks magazine, and then decided to try his hand at animating it. It was a fun experiment which the client ended up using on their web page! (more)

October 3, 2016

Dave Wheeler’s latest illustration for Harvard Magazine accompanied an article about how students can best deal with the distractions of collaborating digitally versus on paper. (more)

August 29, 2016

Dave Wheeler was commissioned by Harvard Business Review to create an extensive series of illustrations on different topics that often come up on the website- a simple, unified semaphore bank they've been drawing from as articles come up. (more)

August 1, 2016

Dave Wheeler’s pair of illustrations for Harvard Business Review accompanied a study finding that people experiencing sadness were more likely to trust others than people who were not. (more)

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