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PETER ARKLE
March 27, 2017

Peter Arkle’s full page cover illustration for The New York Times Travel section makes a persuasive case for the pleasures of family vacationing. (more)

March 10, 2017

Peter Arkle's illustration for The Last Word feature in Poltico Magazine answers the question, “What if the president drew his own map?” (more)

January 26, 2017

Peter Arkle checks in from the frontlines of the political war zone with a couple of well-made protest poster illustrations.  (more)

January 4, 2017

Theispot is proud to host a wide selection of top editorial talent.  These artists have worked for virtually every magazine and newspaper in the US, as well as internationally.  We’ve chosen just a few ‘best of the best’ to represent this section.  Explore each of these featured Editorial illustrations in depth by clicking on the links below. (more)

December 22, 2016

Peter Arkle is the most recent subject of the AI-AP Profiles  series of interviews with illustrators and photographers. Peter talks about his urbane, funny, carefully observed artwork, and even manages to give Theispot a shout towards the end, too. (Thanks, Peter!) (more)

December 19, 2016

Peter Arkle’s  keeps priorities firmly in place with his useful Holiday Shopping List. Cheers! (more)

November 2, 2016

Peter Arkle’s  festive illustration series for Bon Apetit magazine walks you through the proper wine pairing for every moment of Thanksgiving Day. (more)

September 23, 2016

Peter Arkle’s illustration for The New Yorker accompanies an article analyzing the elements of urban litter. Doesn’t everything look more agreeable if you organize it neatly enough? (more)

July 26, 2016

Peter Arkle’s latest illustration for The New Yorker accompanied an article about the MoonArk, “a deep human gift and gesture for the Moon,” that will be deposited there this year. Among the contents is a 1913 recording of a nightingale’s song. (more)

July 21, 2016

Peter Arkle and his partner-in-humor bride, Amy Goldwasser, produced “Inspirational Office Posters Inspired by Mark Zuckerberg” for The New Yorker On-Line Daily Shouts feature, riffing on a Facebook employee’s assertion that “When Zuck says something in the morning it can become a poster slogan by the afternoon.” (more)

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