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May 2, 2017

Peter Horvath illustrates the multi-layered madness of King Donald’s first 100 days for the Financial Times Weekend edition. (more)

January 18, 2017

Peter Horvath channels 1950s cold war warning signage to illustrate this unignorable safety poster for Grainger, commissioned by Ogilvy NY.   (more)

January 9, 2017

Peter Horvath shares another in his recent series of illustrations for Metropolitan magazine, accompanying a story on the scandalous French novelist Émile Zola.  (more)

January 4, 2017

Peter Horvath’s latest illustration for Metropolitan magazine accompanied a story on the disappearance and subsequent "hiding out" in London of scandalous French novelist Émile Zola.  (more)

November 21, 2016

Peter Horvath's illustration for New Statesman magazine accompanied their annual holiday round-up of Best Books of the Year. (more)

November 17, 2016

Peter Horvath's deceptively cheerful illustration for Scientific American magazine accompanies an article about the rather dystopian idea of growing replacement parts for humans inside pigs, cows and other animals. (more)

October 17, 2016

Peter Horvath's bold photo-collage illustration for New Republic magazine accompanied an article about what Marx means in a world that has made peace with capitalism. (more)

October 13, 2016

Peter Horvath created an inspiring cover illustration for The Washington Post's Weekend magazine, celebrating the opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. (more)

July 14, 2016

Peter Horvath’s illustration for St. Mary’s College Alumni Magazine accompanied a story on creative influence and the growth of ideas. (more)

July 11, 2016

Peter Horvath’s cover illustration for UK based Metropolitan magazine features Ethan Hawke and his portrayal of Chet Baker in the bio-film “Born to Be Blue.” (more)