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May 10, 2017

Jason Seiler rounds up the usual suspects to illustrate the cover of Enemies of the People, a sardonic look at our screwed-up political world. “As you can imagine,” says Jason, “I had a lot of fun working on the caricatures of these guys!” (more)

May 1, 2017

Jason Seiler’s sly and sexy spoof illustration of a classic Vanity Fair cover makes a great cover for New Statesman magazine this week. (more)

January 18, 2017

Jason Seiler’s cover illustration for the 2017 edition of the Movies Unlimited DVD & Blu-Ray Catalog demonstrates his absolute mastery of the art of caricature. (more)

December 22, 2016

Jason Seiler llustrated a recent cover for Pile Buck magazine, featuring Donald Trump. “I know I will be drawing this guy for the next four years, so I figure why not try something new each time and have fun with it?” says Jason. “This time I decided to focus more on the details, skin texture hair and, of course, expression.” (more)

December 19, 2016

Jason Seiler's latest cover portrait for The Las Vegas Sunray illustrates the political legacy of Harry Reid. (more)

December 5, 2016

Jason Seiler's astounding gift for portraiture was put to excellent use in this Mad Magazine parody of “National Lampoon's Family Vacation” movie poster. The illustration ran in their annual “20 Dumbest People of the Year” issue. (more)

December 1, 2016

Jason Seiler illustrated portrait of Prince graces the cover of the special December 2016 issue of Mpls St. Paul  magazine, devoted to the funkiest Minnesotan ever. (more)

September 19, 2016

Jason Seiler set aside his wicked gift for caricature to paint these honest-to-goodness portraits of Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump for Readers’ Digest(more)

September 16, 2016

Jason Seiler ran a one-day marathon, sun-up to sun-down, to create this raucous "Trumponomics" caricature for The Weekly Standard(more)

August 18, 2016

Jason Seiler was the go-to cover artist yet again for the New York Observer, this time producing a one day turnaround illustration of Mayor Bill De Blasio suffering through the dog days of a very long, hot summer.  (more)