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April 21, 2017

Edel Rodriguez’ latest cover illustration for Der Spiegel is headlined "Death Game - Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un Risk Nuclear War.” (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 21, 2017

Shannon Abbey’s delightfully fizzy illustration cuts straight to the happy truth: Today is Friday… and it’s always 5 o’clock somewhere.  Have a great weekend, everyone! (more)

April 21, 2017

Daniel Horowitz’s latest exhibition of paintings, “NOBLE SAVAGE,” opens this week at the Rutger Brandt Gallery in Amsterdam, Netherlands. (more)

April 20, 2017

Ben the Illustrator is all over New York City this week, thanks to his colorful signage for the Department of Transportation’s Earth Day initiative. Some 70 of Ben’s cute and informative signs were installed around town to herald Car Free NYC this weekend! (more)

April 20, 2017

Michael Morgenstern’s illustration for The Chronicle of Higher Education accompanied a book review on the increasing number of people who cope with a bewildering present by expressing nostalgia for a past that never was. (more)

April 20, 2017

Taylor Callery broke out the aerosols and silkscreens to create this stunning full page illustration for Scientific American MIND . The feature article is about how success/power changes how people think and act - sometimes for the worse. (more)

April 19, 2017

Mark Smith comments wryly on the upcoming UK Flash Election: “So, whose turn is it to drive…?” (more)

April 19, 2017

Chris Gash’s illustrations for Pentagram and USC magazine accompanied an article about amazing reconstructions of muscle and tissue thanks to microsurgery. (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)

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