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July 13, 2017

John Tomac’s created a total of four illustrations for Salesforce that enlarge flawlessly to become the walls of their massive sponsorship presence at various venues. Here’s one at TrailHeaDX last month in San Francisco. Welcome to the Land of Code! (more)

June 20, 2017

John Tomac’s illustration for Kiplinger’s Personal Finance accompanied an article written for people newly diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. A measure of control can be taken by creating a blueprint, guiding the patient to support groups, housing options and a care network. (more)

June 14, 2017

John Tomac created a serenely surreal illustration for a World War II Magazine story about the Japanese invasion of Alaska and the subsequent battle to liberate the Aleutian Islands they occupied. (more)

April 25, 2017

John Tomac’s brilliant illustration for Texas Co-op Power magazine accompanied an article on the increased egg-laying production in chicken coops when they are lit with summer-simulating LED bulbs. (more)

April 21, 2017

John Tomac’s illustration for the June issue of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance accompanied profiles of a handful of pharmaceutical companies poised to post healthy gains, thanks to new drugs that could tip the scales in the battle against cancer. (more)

April 19, 2017

John Tomac’s cover and interior illustration series for The Chronicle of Higher Education accompanied a feature about the effect of “big data” on campus. Being able to collect and analyze all sorts of information is reshaping colleges, often for the better, but it comes with some limitations. (more)

April 4, 2017

John Tomac’s illustration for the current issue of Risk Management Magazine accompanies an article that tries to make sense of the red tape that surrounds absentee employees, quite literally an unseen part of the workforce. (more)

March 20, 2017

John Tomac's illustration for TIME Magazine accompanied an article explaining why an interest rate hike is an indicator of a healthy economy. Low rates and quantitative easing combine to make the doctor treating a patient. Interest rate hikes are the patient paying the bill (even if he's not 100% healed.) (more)

March 15, 2017

John Tomac's illustration for the Weider History Group’s Fire for Effect Column takes its title and inspiration from the Buffalo Springfield classic protest song, “For What It’s Worth.” (more)

March 14, 2017

John Tomac illustrated a series of three Snapchat filters for fast food retailer Jack-in-the-Box. And you thought Snapchat didn’t know how to make money… (more)