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September 11, 2017

Keith Negley’s cover illustration for the New York Times Sunday Book Review accompanied an article on Kurt Anderson’s “Fantasyland,” which explains how our nation has been delusional for generations and that the Trump election is just the cherry on the top of our fake sundae. (more)

September 1, 2017

Keith Negley’s inspiring artwork makes a great cover illustration for the Virginia Tech New Admissions view book. (more)

July 19, 2017

Keith Negley illustrated a portrait of Joshua Cohen for a review of his new book “Moving Kings” in this week’s New Yorker(more)

May 30, 2017

Keith Negley happily illustrated the band Mount Kimbie for this week's New Yorker. “Great band, fun assignment! I love drawing electronic music gear,” says Keith. (more)

May 19, 2017

Keith Negley’s cover illustration for the Summer 2017 issue of Techonomy magazine visualizes the convergence of man and machine. (more)

May 16, 2017

Keith Negley brought lots of color and texture to this portrait of author Kei Miller for this week’s New Yorker book review of “Augustown”. (more)

May 2, 2017

Keith Negley’s illustrated the art of science for a recent issue of Sarah Lawrence University Magazine. (more)

April 7, 2017

Keith Negley’s “Wolf Boys” illustration for The New Yorker has been selected for inclusion by AI 36. (more)

April 3, 2017

Keith Negley's latest illustration for Stanford Business School Magazine accompanied an article describing better ways to diffuse racial discrimination. (more)

March 2, 2017

Keith Negley pours on the form and color in this cover illustration for the special Spring Arts Guide issue of The Stranger in Seattle. (more)