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JASON SEILER
August 28, 2017

Jason Seiler’s versatile way with illustrated portraits has earned him a multi-page feature article in the new issue of Communication Arts magazine.   (more)

August 11, 2017

Jason Seiler’s latest illustration for The Weekly Standard ran as a two page spread, although the portraits will print at only 3" in height. Jason accommodated the crazy-quick turnaround by working small and from a distance when painting, and keeping it loose. (more)

July 28, 2017

Jason Seiler’s latest illustration for The Weekly Standard veers off the political track for a change and runs with an article on what our physical future may hold, given the advances in body enhancement technology. (more)

July 13, 2017

Jason Seiler can finally share a peek at his latest cover illustration for the September issue of New Republic. (more)

June 6, 2017

Jason Seiler channeled the work of N.C. Wyeth to paint this portrait illustration of longtime USGA executive director Mike Davis for Golf Digest magazine.  (more)

June 2, 2017

Jason Seiler illustrates Trump’s first international trip as President for The Weekly Standard. (more)

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)

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