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July 30, 2013

Noah Woods’ cheerful illustration, "8 Great Fall Birding Trails," for the Audubon Society has us looking forward to autumn before August even starts! (more)

November 13, 2012

Noah Woods created art for "Book of Rhapsodies," an ambitious concept album by The Ghost Train Orchestra--a group of musicians who have collectively collaborated with Elvis Costello, David Byrne, Jay-Z and Phillip Glass to name a few. (more)

November 16, 2011

Noah Woods’ cover for The New Republic illustrates a serious article about the first six months in the lives of inner-city babies. Thanks to new research, there's a greater urgency to focus on that early stage, instead of waiting until ages from two to five, in order to break the cycle of poverty. (more)

October 18, 2011

"Robin, Where Are You?" is Noah Woods’ second collaboration with legendary author and Blue Apple Books publisher, Harriet Ziefert.  It will be a fold out book about a grandfather and granddaughter’s bird watching adventure: birds will be revealed from behind organic fold outs of trees, bushes, flowers and clouds. (more)

June 28, 2011

Noah Woods’ utterly joyful cover for School Library Journal proves it can be fun to be a young bookworm. (more)

June 14, 2011

Noah Woods graphic optimism plays well on the cover and an inside full page for the spring / summer issue of Global Brief magazine. (more)

February 17, 2011

Noah Woods’ buoyant image is poised to accompany this Sunday’s “Practical Traveler” column in the New York Times. (more)

October 12, 2010

Noah Woods’ inspiring images for the St. Louis Central Library convert its formal exterior into something a little lighter and upbeat. And it was very cool to hear that the images recently won a National Addy award. Here are just a couple of the pictures…

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December 9, 2009

Working with St. Louis design studio TOKY, the St. Louis Public Library Foundation commissioned Noah Woods to create banners for St. Louis' Central Library. (more)

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