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March 8, 2017

Marc Phares contributed a 3D illustration of muscle fibers to the Men’s Journal Health & Fitness section to accompany the article, “Does Your Metabolism Need an Overhaul?” (more)

February 22, 2017

Marc Phares’ conceptual illustration, “Cast Iron Stomach” has received an Award of Excellence from Creative Quarterly Magazine’s 44th competition. (more)

December 21, 2016

Marc Phares created “Cast Iron Stomach,” the first in a series of conceptual organ illustrations he’ll be continuing through 2017. The image was recently chosen as a winner in Creative Quarterly 44’s Illustration-Professional category. (more)

April 28, 2016

Marc Phares discusses his illustration career, his life (and his wife!) in an “Artist of the Week” interview conducted on digital design resource site PiXEL77 (more)

December 28, 2015

Marc Phares takes a moment this to wish you a Festive Holiday Season. (more)

December 22, 2015

Marc Phares was hired to build some rush illustrations for a large agency (that must remain unnamed for now, as the project is still in the works.)  (more)

April 30, 2013

Marc Phares’ dynamic illustration for page one of the New York Times Sunday Business section accompanied an  article on the Boston Red Sox World Series pitcher, Curt Schilling, and the debacle that ensued when his video game studio crashed and burned soon after the State Of Rhode Island promised $ 75 million in funding. (more)

December 19, 2011

Marc Phares illustrated a recent cover article The New York Times Sunday Business Section, October 30, 2011, highlighting how much luck is involved when some entrepreneurs succeed wildly and others never rise above relative mediocrity. (more)

July 12, 2011

Marc Phares was contacted by The New York Times earlier this month to illustrate the Sunday Business cover for an article about the World Bank opening its vast database online for easier access. (more)

January 10, 2011

Marc Phares contributed artwork to Postcards from the Edge, an exhibition and sale to benefit AIDS research which took place over the weekend at CRG Gallery, NYC. His digital image represents HIV viruses budding along a cell surface after replicating inside the cell.

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