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April 18, 2017

Neil Webb’s latest editorial illustration sweep begins with an image about incompatibility for Metro: (more)

March 21, 2017

Neil Webb’s manages to bring consistently fresh conceptual eyes to his regular illustration feature for Metromagazine’s relationship column. This one is toxic! (more)

March 10, 2017

Neil Webb’s latest illustration for the Agony Aunt advice column addresses a question about always being there for an alcoholic brother.  (more)

February 23, 2017

Neil Webb’s gentle cover illustration for Step Journal accompanied a feature on preparing vulnerable clients for end-of-life issues. (more)

February 15, 2017

Neil Webb’s inventive illustrations for faithful client Metro magazine explore the good, the bad and the ugly of relationships. First, getting stuck in a marriage routine: (more)

January 11, 2017

Neil Webb’s illustration for The Village Voice accompanied an article in their New Year’s Resolution feature about new dieting apps that help you by betting against yourself to lose weight. (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 15, 2016

The Fall issue of Cedars-Sinai Discoveries Magazine is loaded with fantastic illustrations from eight members of Theispot. Bernard Maisner’s lettering on the cover calls out the Special Report theme of “Precision Medicine at your Fingertips”: (more)

October 26, 2016

Neill Webb’s latest illustrations span the globe but have in common impeccable wit and beautiful design. For SHOP magazine London, he incorporated a design mimicking the London Underground tube map into the tweed jacket weave. (more)

September 16, 2016

Neil Webb was commissioned by Royal Mail in the UK to illustrate a set of six postage stamps based on the novels of Agatha Christie. Neil worked with Studio Sutherland to come up with concepts; each stamp focuses on a pivotal moment of a different novel.  (more)