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March 1, 2017

Jon Krause celebrates the glorious bull market with this cover illustration for the special Anniversary Issue of Worth Magazine. (more)

February 16, 2017

Jon Krause's illustration for the Times Higher Education magazine accompanies an article about the pressing need to preserve crucial environmental data under threat from the Trump climate-change-denying administration. (more)

January 6, 2017

When The Washington Post assembled its list of “50 Great Illustrations from 2016,” it inevitably included a number of memorable images by artists from Theispot. (more)

December 15, 2016

Jon Krause's inspiring series of illustrations for Columbia University’s TC Today magazine accompanied a feature highlighting paradigm-changing work by the Teachers College faculty and staff. (more)

November 17, 2016

Jon Krause is honored to have two illustrations accepted into the Society of Illustrators 59 Exhibition this February 2017. (more)

October 17, 2016

Jon Krause recently mailed out a limited-run hardbound book of his illustrations to select clients. NPR sat up and took notice… and featured Jon in “Promos We Like” on (more)

September 15, 2016

Jon Krause's perfectly simple illustration for the New York Times Health section accompanied an article about the growing number of families who are saying “no” to feeding tubes on behalf of their loved ones with advanced dementia. (more)

September 6, 2016

Jon Krause produced two quietly beautiful Hopper-esque paintings to illustrate the cover feature of The New York Times Science section, describing research into the dangerous sense of isolation that has become rampant worldwide.  (more)

August 9, 2016

Jon Krause’s illustration for The New York Times Health section accompanied “Pretty Girls are Supposed to Smile,” an article about Moebus Syndrome, a rare form of nerve damage that prevents facial expression. (more)

August 3, 2016

Jon Krause’s muscular illustration for Deloitte Review accompanied an article about the art of forecasting in the age of artificial intelligence. Machines can make calculations… but can they help us make creative, intuitive choices? (more)