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December 27, 2017

John Hersey’s big page one feature opener and quarter page interior illustrations for the New York Times Science section accompanied a story on cellular proteins that can be custom made for each individual human.  (more)

May 22, 2017

John Hersey hits the East Coast like a force of nature with his corner booth at Surtex NYC this week.  (more)

April 17, 2017

John Hersey has channeled his formidable talent and energy into a series of videos that celebrate his spontaneous relationship with ink and paper. You’ll find his booth, chock-full of mesmerizing patterns, at Surtex in NYC next month. (more)

February 22, 2017

John Hersey created a series of illustrations, as well as the headline logo, for the WNYC Note to Self podcast feature called “The Privacy Paradox.”  (more)

February 1, 2017

John Hersey’s illustration for Spectrum News accompanied an article about a computer program that can accurately estimate the prevalence of autism from children’s medical and school records. (more)

May 10, 2016

John Hersey’s illustration for The New Yorker accompanies an article describing “Sphero,” a rolling robot that teaches kids to code.  (more)

January 5, 2016

There are so many fantastic illustration assignments that do not fit neatly into the major categories, so we’ve grouped them under “design.”  Annual reports, murals, interactive are a few of the types of assignments we’ve selected.  Explore each of these featured Design illustrations in depth by clicking on the images below.



December 21, 2015

John Hersey’s illustration for The New Yorker accompanied an article about the Islamist war on secular bloggers in Bangladesh. (more)

November 3, 2015

John Hersey’s stream-of-consciousness, abstract watercolors were put to inspired use throughout the most recent Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Annual Report(more)

March 10, 2015

John Hersey’s illustration for today’s New York Times about a team of scientists who might have discovered a way to essentially re-engineer the body genetically to resist disease. (more)