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MICHAEL SLOAN
May 17, 2017

Michael Sloan’s illustrations for a reality-based comic strip in the New York Times, “Welcome to the New World” were discussed recently in an article by Times editor Bruce Headlam. The strip documents the lives of a family of Syrian refugees who have recently arrived in America, and appears frequently in the Sunday Review section. (more)

January 26, 2017

Michael Sloan collaborates with writer Jake Halpern to produce “Welcome to the New World,” the true, real-time story of a Syrian family's journey to America.  The graphic series, which starts this Sunday on page one of the New York Times Week in Review, will follow the family’s lives over the coming months. Read it here.   (more)

September 7, 2016

Michael Sloan’s illustrations for The Wall Street Journal appear with clock-like regularity with the informative “Watch Man” column, which provides all sorts of advice about those expensive little machines. (more)

August 15, 2016

Michael Sloan’s enigmatic Professor Nimbus makes a rare appearance in his bathing attire in one of two illustrations that appeared in the Metropolitan section of The New York Times this past weekend. (The yoga has clearly paid off!) (more)

July 19, 2016

Michael Sloan’s latest contribution to the wonderfully quixotic new humor magazine, The American Bystander is this illustrated page out of “Michael Sloan’s Memory Book.” Here’s to many more! (more)

June 29, 2016

Michael Sloan’s cheerful, deceptively simple illustrations are in high demand among sophisticated editorial clients. The Wall Street Journal commissioned Michael to illustrate a “Watch Man” column wondering whether a quality timepiece had to be Swiss: (more)

June 13, 2016

Michael Sloan’s cheerful illustration about the glories of street food in Cairo, Egypt ran in this weekend’s Washington Post. (more)

June 2, 2016

Michael Sloan’s latest cartoon character, hot on the heels of Professor Nimbus, is the insidiously adorable Oily Lamb(more)

April 15, 2016

Michael Sloan anticipates the arrival of Earth Day next week with this windblown illustration for The Washington Post about the impact of plastic bags on the environment. (more)

March 15, 2016

Michael Sloan’s recent illustration assignment about a conference to connect alumni and current students was created for Yale University. (more)

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