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MICHAEL MORGENSTERN
September 19, 2017

Michael Morgenstern’s illustration for the Wall Street Journal accompanied an article titled, “The Limits of Antivirus Software.”  (more)

August 15, 2017

Michael Morgenstern created this illustration for The Wall Street Journal to accompany a feature about the link between gambling-friendly attitudes in various areas and companies misreporting financial information.   (more)

August 4, 2017

Michael Morgenstern’s conceptual illustrations are a favorite go-to for The Economist magazine. Here is a sample of some of his most recent work for their Banyan Section on Asian Politics. (more)

May 12, 2017

Michael Morgenstern turned out plenty of great new work for the “Banyan” column in The Economist magazine recently. This illustration accompanied an article on the state of the Trans Pacific Partnership, after Trump revised US policies: (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)

February 28, 2017

Michael Morgenstern’s already intriguing illustrations are now coming to life as animated gifs. We can’t look away! (more)

January 31, 2017

Michael Morgenstern illustrated an article for Purdue Alumni Magazine about people who feel the need to hide aspects of themselves, which prevents them from performing as well as others in school and in life.   (more)

January 4, 2017

Not all fantastic illustration assignments fit neatly into the major categories, so we’ve grouped a selection of standouts under “design.”  Postage stamps, textiles and eye-catching signage are a few of the types of assignments we’ve selected.  Explore each of these featured Design illustrations in depth by clicking on the links below. (more)

November 3, 2016

Michael Morgenstern’s latest illustration for The Economist accompanies an article focused on the communicative importance of Mandarin as the dominant dialect in modern China. (more)

October 3, 2016

Michael Morgenstern’s illustration for The Economist magazine accompanied an article about independent documentary films coming out of China that shed light on its life and politics, despite censorship efforts on the part of their government. (more)

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