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February 22, 2017

Eric Hanson muses that he really should be listening to the Beach Boys’ classic album while creating these charming animal illustrations for a Family Circle magazine feature on service pets. (more)

December 28, 2016

Eric Hanson’s sweet line illustrations of ice-skating animals make a great impression in this letterpress holiday card for Thebe Street Design. (more)

December 8, 2016

Eric Hanson creates a cat's cradle of lines by overlapping drawings of runners; the color helps tie them together and differentiate them simultaneously.  (more)

November 22, 2016

Eric Hanson illustrates a flock of turkeys, in all their judgmental glory, for an article on Thanksgiving feasting in Family Circle Magazine. (more)

October 25, 2016

Eric Hanson’s illustration for Plansponsor magazine’s “Upfront” feature accompanied an article on couples planning their retirement together. (more)

September 14, 2016

Eric Hanson’s cheerful doodle-funny illustrations for Family Circle magazine accompanied a feature offering tips for keeping your pet healthy. (more)

September 8, 2016

Eric Hanson’s “Back to School” is one of a series of illustrations he created to decorate a wall at the offices of BlueCross/BlueShield. (more)

August 8, 2016

Eric Hanson illustrates the “Grandstand” back page essay for every issue of Macalester Today, the magazine of Macalester College.  (more)

July 15, 2016

Eric Hanson’s illustration for The New York Times accompanied an Editorial commenting on a number of groups that have announced plans to exploit Ohio’s lenient open-carry gun law to flaunt their military-style assault rifles and other weaponry in designated protest zones outside the Republican National Convention, all in the name of protecting gun rights and free speech. (more)

July 12, 2016

Eric Hanson's fast-read, loose line style makes him a favorite illustrator for the New York Times Editorial page. Here, he shows Hillary Clinton facing down the juvenile bullies that make up so much of the Trump base. (more)