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January 3, 2017

Phil Marden’s engaging cartoon for The New York Times “Well” feature illustrates the benefits of eating healthy whole foods to improve the community of bacteria and other microbes living in your intestinal tract, collectively known as the gut microbiome.  (more)

January 20, 2016

Phil Marden’s colorful digital illustrations for Consumer Reports magazine take an intelligent approach to maintaining good health. (more)

December 18, 2015

Phil Marden, quite simply, wishes you all the best! (more)

November 13, 2014

Phil Marden’s witty, well-designed illustrations play nicely with needle and thread to create his P’illoporto line of embroidered Linen Tea Towels, Pillows and Bags. Find them at Crafty Wonderland’s Super Colossal Holiday Sale, December 13-14 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland. (more)

March 31, 2014

Phil Marden’s illustration for the New York Times Real Estate section accompanies an article cautioning consumers about bait-and-switch tactics used by unscrupulous realtors to pull in customers with fake listings. (more)

January 3, 2014

Phil Marden illustrated a great series for the Wall Street Journal on different ways in which your spouse can embarrass you, and whether it is better to confront or carry on. (more)

July 24, 2013

Phil Marden illustrates the joyful liberation from the 2-year contract for some cell-phone users, for The Christian Science Monitor. (more)

July 22, 2013

Phil Marden’s illustration for the Wall Street Journal accompanies an article regarding the questions surrounding bonds and the various reasons for holding bonds in the first place. (more)

January 8, 2013

Phil Marden’s illustration for the Wall Street Journal accompanies an article discussing the difference between investing and speculating, and making the case for investing. (more)

November 5, 2012

The Sunday New York Times Real Estate section was unusually rich with illustration this week. James Laish completely took over pages one and eight with amusing word images for an article on the thrill of having famous neighbors. (more)