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April 19, 2017

Paul Lachine’s startling illustration for Harvard Magazine accompanied an article about increased cognitive function in people who work in environmentally improved offices. (more)

February 2, 2017

Paul Lachine’s double page illustration for National Underwriter magazine accompanied a feature about the bright future of the inland marine insurance market. (more)

December 15, 2016

Paul Lachine continues his amazing illustration work for author and thought leader Sam Harris, host of the Waking Up podcast. (more)

October 18, 2016

Paul Lachine’s photo-finish cover illustration for Modern Trader magazine was commissioned for their Special Election Issue. (more)

October 6, 2016

Paul Lachine illustrated a spread for National Underwriter Property & Casualty to accompany a feature on professional liability insurance. (more)

August 30, 2016

Paul Lachine created an illustration for Variety magazine to accompany an article titled, "Emmy-Nominated Comedy Series Have No Boundaries on Hilarity." (more)

July 5, 2016

Paul Lachine was commissioned by best-selling author and neuroscientist Sam Harris to create a set of illustrated graphics to accompany his TED Summit 2016 talk in Banff, AB.  (more)

June 29, 2016

Paul Lachine’s recent illustration for The Hollywood Reporter accompanied an article entitled "How Fired Hollywood Execs Walk Away with Huge Paydays". (more)

June 9, 2016

 Paul Lachine’s illustration, commissioned by The Baltimore Sun, won 2015 Best of Show Art/Illustration from the MDDC Press Association, both in its division and overall. The illustration was a weekend section cover that accompanied a collection of writings by local writer's reflecting on Freddie Gray’s death and the aftermath. (more)

May 4, 2016

Paul Lachine brings us up to date on his recent editorial illustration work. First up: a cover and two-page spread for this month's Alberta Venture magazine. The article featured a prominent Canadian family that defrauded investors on an epic scale. Reputations were ruined and fortunes were lost.  (more)