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PETER & MARIA HOEY
March 20, 2017

Peter and Maria Hoey's animated illustration for The New York Times casts a long shadow over an article about venture capitalist Bill Gurley’s disciplined approach to Silicon Valley. (more)

August 16, 2016

Peter and Maria Hoey's llustration for the cover of the New York Times Arts section today accompanied an article by a theater critic whose work was placed on hold by the birth of her child. (more)

July 1, 2016

Peter and Maria Hoey created a series of eleven portraits illustrating the many facets of Alexander Hamilton for The New York Times Art & Design section. Starting with a multitude on page one of, the rest of the series commands a full page interior as each quality is examined in depth. (more)

June 30, 2016

Peter and Maria Hoey illustrated an article for the Sunday New York Times Business section about the financial struggles currently experienced by law schools and their students. (more)

April 22, 2014

Peter & Maria Hoey illustrated a hidden picture game for grown-ups recently, for an article titled “Why We Keep Losing Our Keys,” in the Wall Street Journal.   (more)

February 15, 2013

For the second year running, Gerald & Cullen Rapp provided twelve uniquely talented illustrators to create portraits of celebrated technological innovators for Softmart's annual calendar.   (more)

June 30, 2010

Today’s New York Times Editorial page features an illustration by Alex Nabaum for a piece called, “Why We Talk to Terrorists.” (more)

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