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September 20, 2017

James Fryer’s illustration for the Times Higher Education magazine accompanied an article focused on Australian universities' shabby treatment of their academic staff.  (more)

September 11, 2017

James Fryer’s full page illustration for regular client, What Car? magazine accompanied a feature focused on the best ways to reduce the cost of your car insurance. (more)

September 5, 2017

James Fryer has illustrated another cover feature for IQ Magazine, the quarterly publication of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA)(more)

August 21, 2017

James Fryer channeled “Gulliver’s Travels” in these illustrations for The Economist magazine’s article on Internet firms facing a global techlash. Though thriving, these giants are tethered by more scrutiny and regulatory restrictions than ever before.  (more)

August 16, 2017

James Fryer was commissioned by the Milken Institute Review to create four illustrations for an article on reforming the US healthcare system. Republicans and Democrats must find a way to stop bickering work together moving forward, for the sake of American people.  (more)

July 14, 2017

James Fryer shares his latest illustrations for the “House & Home” section of the Financial Times newspaper, referencing three different property law articles focused on problems with neighbors. (more)

July 10, 2017

James Fryer’s illustration for The Economist magazine accompanied an article on the current trend of global banks closing numerous accounts because they are deemed too risky. (more)

June 29, 2017

James Fryer created another property law illustration for the Financial Times newspaper, this time asking, can anything be done about church bell ringers' practice during the night in a residential neighborhood? (more)

June 27, 2017

James Fryer’s latest illustration for What Car? magazine accompanied an article about company cars and how much tax you are likely to pay on them. The tax rate calculation is based on the car's emissions: the higher the emissions, the higher the tax. (more)

June 22, 2017

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