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February 20, 2018

Megan Piontkowski’s latest whimsical illustration for the Threads Magazine “Closures” column depicts a young woman struggling to keep up with a timed sewing test. (more)

February 15, 2018

Megan Piontkowski’s regular commissions for indie art magazine The Brooklyn Rail have now earned her the position of official illustrator for their monthly political “Field Notes” feature.  (more)

January 30, 2018

Megan Piontkowski illustrated musician Didier Petit's dream: to play his cello in a zero gravity environment.  (more)

November 20, 2017

Megan Piontkowski’s mad-cute illustration for The Brooklyn Rail accompanied an “Outtakes” opinion column pointing out that, unlike the County of Kings, at least Paris hasn't become overrun with designer dogs and designer doughnuts. Yet. (more)

September 25, 2017

Megan Piontkowski was commissioned directly by singer/songwriter Rebecca Pronsky’s Acme Hall Studios to illustrate and hand-stitch the cover of, “Witness: Hillary’s Song Cycle.”  (more)

September 21, 2017

Megan Piontkowski’s whimsical black + white ink wash drawings help bring a lovely historical cookbook to life.  (more)

May 16, 2017

Megan Piontkowski’s latest illustration in her ongoing series for the “Closures” essay in Threads magazine, took the author’s words at face value: The dress she made for herself made her look like a “burnt marshmallow.” (more)

April 25, 2017

Megan Piontkowski has illustrated the monthly column "Outtakes" for the music section of The Brooklyn Rail for the past six years.  Here are some of her latest pieces that accompanied eccentric review/personal essays. (more)

November 17, 2016

Megan Piontkowski's dreamy watercolor illustration for The Boston Globe last Sunday depicts a man and his grief counselor, an English bulldog named Stella.


November 7, 2016

Megan Piontkowski was commissioned by Brooklyn based children's toy company Hazel Village to make a set of paper dolls to celebrate their first ever children's clothing line. (more)