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June 22, 2017

James Fryer’s illustration for the Times Higher Education magazine accompanied an essay on the sensitive subject of student suicides.  (more)

June 19, 2017

James Fryer's latest illustration for Times Educational Supplement’s comment section concerned an article titled “There's Beauty in the Beast: It may be a Fairy-Tale Ending.” Employers in the UK who have a payroll of over £3m will have to pay an apprenticeship tax to help fund the government's promise of 3 million new apprentice jobs by 2020. (more)

June 14, 2017

James Fryer illustrated the cover feature for the newly relaunched IQ magazine, the quarterly publication of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA). The theme was regulatory reform and the thorny problems that surround it.  (more)

June 8, 2017

James Fryer’s illustrates a weird and wonderful article for the Financial Times's House & Home section.  The story asks whether a farmer is liable for damage when his herd of dairy cows invade an unfenced Japanese-inspired Zen water garden. (more)

June 5, 2017

James Fryer’s illustration for the Times Educational Supplement magazine accompanied an article for their comment section on the sensitive subject of transitioning pupils within single-sex schools. How does the school practically and ethically deal with a child who wants to transition to the other sex, or with 'non-binary' people, who don't fit the male or female binary? (more)

June 2, 2017

James Fryer’s full page illustration for HR Magazine accompanied an article on using human resource metrics strategically. HR metrics are sometimes overlooked, but they can help uncover strengths and weaknesses within a company, revealing which areas need improvment and which to capitalize on.  (more)

May 18, 2017

James Fryer created three illustrations for American Airlines’ in-flight magazine, “American Way,” each one accompanying a different article for their Voices section.  The first was about showrunner Kay Cannon and her challenge of becoming the boss on her new series “Girlboss,” which included filming a scene on the Golden Gate Bridge.  (more)

May 16, 2017

James Fryer illustrates another quirky property law for the “House and Home” section of the Financial Times newspaper. The article looked at people who maintain pet birds on their apartment balconies, and what the implications are for neighbors with regards to noise pollution and hygiene. (more)

May 9, 2017

James Fryer’s illustrations for The Economist magazine accompanied an article about China and Taiwan and the struggle to keep good relations between the two. (more)

April 27, 2017

James Fryer’s property law illustration for the Financial Times “House & Home” section accompanied an article about people who walk around naked in their glass-fronted apartments, leaving nothing to the imagination of their neighbors.  Is it illegal… or merely cheeky? (more)