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January 29, 2016

Kyle Hilton was commissioned by to illustrate their extensive ranking of the 49 Super Bowl MVPs:  every single one of them, in all their sweaty-fly-away-hair glory.  Here’s a handful of his favorites of the set. (more)

November 9, 2015

Kyle Hilton continues his triumphant march across the badlands of grown-up paper doll land with this “Dress the Prime Minister” play set for New York Magazine. (more)

July 28, 2015

Kyle Hilton’s latest project for Chronicle Books is here: “Literary Paper Dolls.” William Shakespeare, Ernest Hemingway, Virginia Woolf, and more come to life in Kyle's playful hilariously deadpan illustrations, accompanied by bookish trivia and scholarly accoutrements. Order it now in Bookstore! (more)

June 24, 2015

Kyle Hilton illustrated a LOT of his favorite people (plus ants!) for a feature spread in the new issue of WIRED, about the upcoming “Wet Hot American Summer Reunion” Netflix series.   (more)

May 11, 2015

Kyle Hilton wrote and illustrated “Literary Paper Dolls” for Chronicle Books, featuring 16 classic authors, each equipped with a bunch of Hopefully Historically Accurate™ facts, props, and in-jokes.  Order a copy today for July delivery from Bookstore! (more)

January 15, 2015

Kyle Hilton’s paper doll illustration style has finally scaled the walls of the fashion world. He was commissioned by New York Magazine to illustrate a feature in their style section, The Cut, on six different careers and their respective “uniforms.” (more)

November 20, 2014

Kyle Hilton's illustration this week for Variety accompanied an article about Lionsgate banking heavily on the “Mockingjay” premiere. (more)

November 12, 2014

Kyle Hilton takes a moment to update us on a few recent illustration assignments. First, for The Hollywood Reporter, a six-pack of Hollywood itself: (more)

September 25, 2014

Kyle Hilton’s infamous paper doll illustration style earned him a serial commission from Oxygen, to promote their new show, “Sisterhood of Hip Hop.”  Below are the first two out of five Sisters. “I know very little about hip hop,” Kyle admits, “but it’s been a dream of mine to be paid to watch TV.”  (more)

September 22, 2014

Kyle Hilton’s illustration for this week’s Sunday New York Times Magazine accompanied report of a scientist who invented a spray that can momentarily “freeze” an excited dog into a non-barking state.   (more)