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June 14, 2017

Marco Melgrati’s latest conceptual illustration for Christianity Today magazine accompanied an article on the rift within the Calvary Chapel movement, following the death of Chuck Smith, the church’s founder. (more)

June 1, 2017

Marco Melgrati’s most recent illustration for Entrepreneur magazine accompanied an article providing insight on creative ways to lure new customers and increase profits. (more)

May 15, 2017

Marco Melgrati’s latest illustration for Ozy Media accompanied a feature about the history of banned books and their endangered authors. (more)

April 10, 2017

Marco Melgrati created a series of banner illustrations for key pages on the Grant Training Center website.   (more)

April 5, 2017

Marco Melgrati’s illustration for Outside Magazine accompanied an essay by a San Quentin inmate, describing the feeling of liberation he derives from running while serving a life sentence in prison. (more)

February 14, 2017

Marco Melgrati's intimidating double page illustration for Modern Psychology accompanied an article about how some politicians scare citizens with irrational fears to increase their own power.  (more)

February 7, 2017

Marco Melgrati's illustration for Modern Filosofi magazine in Sweden accompanied an article about ego and how we perceive ourselves as better, wiser and more generous than we really are. (more)

February 3, 2017

Marco Melgrati illustrated a dreamlike interactive Night& Day map animation for the Hogan fashion brand, highlighting their various lines and features. See the map in action here. (more)

May 4, 2016

Marco Melgrati’s hectic workplace illustration for The Boston Globe Business section accompanies a feature on New Hampshire’s low unemployment rate, which reflects the shrinking pool of skilled workers more than it does a surge in hiring. (more)

April 13, 2016

IH8War Artists and Designers Against War… or whatever they call it is a visual movement curated by publisher and designer Charles Hively. IH8War is the subject of an exhibition in Italy this month, highlighting 25 graphic statements against violence, including these contributions from members of Theispot.

Anthony Freda: Peace Prize (more)