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December 12, 2017

Roy Scott was commissioned by WoltersKluwer to use his colorful graphic illustration style for an article that explores the growing trend of environmentally friendly “green burials". (more)

December 7, 2017

Roy Scott used a colorful collage style to illustrate an entire issue of Health Progress Magazine, exploring mental health conditions that affect vast numbers of people around the world.  (more)

November 8, 2017

Roy Scott's photo-collage style was requested by University of New Hampshire Alumni  Magazine to illustrate a feature about Pulitzer Prize winning journalist/author Michael D’Antonio, who grew up spending a lot of time at the local library in New Castle, NH, a small island community.  (more)

September 8, 2017

Roy Scott’s colorful collage illustration style was a good fit for an article on “How to Use Technology to Support Remote Teams” for SHRM's flag ship publication HR Magazine. (more)

August 21, 2017

Roy Scott’s impactful graphic illustrations were used by both London's Financial News and National Public Radio here in the US to direct traffic to online content.


August 2, 2017

Roy Scott's bold graphic illustration style brought a much needed zap of color to a feature on financial forecasting in The Society of Actuaries’ publication, The Actuary Magazine. (more)

July 21, 2017

Roy Scott used a colorful graphic style to illustrate a feature on “Codecs Used in VoIP Apps and Devices.” (more)

July 5, 2017

Roy Scott’s graphic illustration style was a perfect choice for a feature article on Parkinson's Disease that ran on Everyday Health's Website. (more)

June 15, 2017

Roy Scott was commissioned by Wolters Kluwer to create a series of illustrations about Death and Dying. The feature article focused on residents of a retirement community who wished to donate their bodies to science. (more)

June 1, 2017

Roy Scott's graphic photomontage illustration style was the perfect fit for Walden University's Alumni Magazine, which included a feature about two State Teacher of the Year Award-winners who are using their Walden degrees to mold the future of education. (more)