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July 9, 2018

Harry Campbell illustrates an article for The New York Times Op-ed section on, "Why NATO Matters"... (more)

January 3, 2018

Harry Campbell’s illustration for the Opinion page of The New York Times accompanied a commentary on the Republican led congressional attempt to distract from Trump’s ties to Russia with false accusations of their own. (more)

May 2, 2017

Harry Campbell’s illustration for the New York Times Op-Ed page accompanied an opinion piece about the collapse of the collective American Identity. (more)

March 29, 2017

Harry Campbell created two very different hand-centric illustrations for Today’s New York Times. The Editorial Page image comments on Trump’s wrongheaded rollback of hard-won laws protecting the environment: (more)

November 7, 2016

Harry Campbell’s cover illustration for the Sunday New York Times special “Education Life” section animates vigorously on line to demonstrate survival strategies for public universities. (more)

August 24, 2016

Harry Campbell’s illustration for the New York Times accompanied an article about a very different type of travel agency that provides custom designed immersive theater / weekend getaway packages.  (more)

July 18, 2016

Harry Campbell went way out of his comfort zone to produce this illustration for The Sunday New York Times Week in Review section. (more)

May 16, 2016

Harry Campbell's illustration for the French Edition of GQ magazine accompanied a feature about the right wing media producers making big money by spreading their hateful ideology. (more)

May 11, 2016

Harry Campbell illustrates the spirit of the hive for a story in this week’s New Yorker about co-living start-ups that restore a certain subset of young, urban professionals to the paradise they lost when they left college campuses—a furnished place to live, unlimited coffee and toilet paper, a sense of belonging.


April 26, 2016

Harry Campbell’s lightning-fast turnaround for the New York Times Op-Ed page today accompanied an article about Mexico’s self-image problem. It’s simpler for the government to focus people’s anxiety on foreign demons, rather than on their own internal ones. (more)