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August 15, 2018

Oivind Hovland has been busy producing cheerfully intriguing illustrations for a variety of grateful clients... (more)

August 16, 2017

Oivind Hovland took a few moments to share some illustrations from recent European editorial assignments. First, a cover illustration for Mandag Morgen on Smart Cities – are they getting too smart? (more)

July 11, 2017

Richard Salzman’s illustrators have produced rich imagery appearing on a new resource for science fiction, sponsored by the XPrize Foundation and All Nippon Airways, called



June 28, 2017

Oivind Hovland’s colorful ongoing illustration series for Oslo-based daily newspaper, Verdens Gang offer a universal window into the human condition. Here are a few favorites: People’s addiction to Facebook, Twitter etc makes them lose out on the BIG moments of real life itself: (more)

February 13, 2017

Oivind Hovland created a two-minute animation for the Union of Concerned Scientists, advocating for the necessity of addressing our aging electricity grid as part of any national infrastructure rebuild. (more)

February 9, 2017

Oivind Hovland has already been kept extremely busy with illustration projects lately; here are some recent favorites. Two illustrations for The Financial Times, the first on Artificial Intelligence (robots taking over!), the second on new Cyber Security software to fight viruses: (more)

November 15, 2016

Oivind Hovland illustrated a fun feature for Johns Hopkins Magazine with a series of images that looks at 2016 through the lens of 1950s predictions of the future. This full page illustrates “the healthcare of tomorrow”: (more)

September 12, 2016

Oivind Hovland shares a few more of his latest illustration for a variety of happy clients. This full page illustration for Malmquist accompanied a review of a book on how to cope with the death of a partner after the birth to a child. (more)

September 6, 2016

Oivind Hovland has had a busy summer and it looks like he’ll be cranking into the fall as well! For The Financial Times, an editorial illustration depicting cinemagoers’ various movie preferences: (more)