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December 21, 2017

Paul Garland’s colorful illustration sends Best Wishes for Happy Holidays and a prosperous 2018 to everyone! (more)

December 19, 2017

Paul Garland created two complimentary illustrations for TulaneMed Magazine, published by the Tulane University School of Medicine. The images work beautifully together with a limited color palette, although the subject matter was significantly different, as can be seen in the printed spread below. (more)

October 10, 2017

Paul Garland channels the spirit of the beehive for this optimistic homepage banner illustration created for the newly relaunched AOI website.  (more)

September 12, 2017

Paul Garland’s illustration for the fall issue of Johns Hopkins Magazine accompanied an article about the controversial idea of providing safe consumption spaces for illegal drugs as a way to combat drug overdoses.   (more)

September 8, 2017

Paul Garland submitted an oh-so-proper pigeon and a brave Brexit br-EXPORT barge as his entries into the Great British Postcard Competition, sponsored by Saxoprint.  (more)

June 15, 2017

Paul Garland’s illustration for the cover and full page interior of Bulletin Magazine accompanied a feature advocating equal communication opportunities for all, including those with speech disabilities.   (more)

May 17, 2017

Paul Garland’s color-saturated “Sound of the Underground” is a winner of the Prize for Illustration 2017, organized by the AOI and Transport for London. The top 100 entries are to be exhibited in central London at the London Transport Museum from 19 May to 3 September 2017. (more)

May 16, 2017

Paul Garland's illustration for BEER magazine in the UK accompanies an interview with celebrity chef Tom Kerridge, discussing his enthusiastic support for the traditional British pub as a locavore industry.  (more)

April 4, 2017

Paul Garland created a full page illustration for a feature article in Johns Hopkins Health Review dealing with how to manage pain in the era of addiction. (more)

March 31, 2017

Paul Garland’s promotional poster illustration for the Jurassic Coast's World Heritage Site of Durdle Door in Dorset, UK, uses unexpected color but keeps the feeling light, airy and sunny. (more)