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February 2, 2017

Shawn Finley was recently interviewed by his home town newspaper, Richland Source, about his vibrant career as an illustrator, how he got his start in illustration and recent projects for DreamWorks, IKEA, and other clients. (more)

January 12, 2017

Shawn Finley was commissioned by Korean educational publisher E-Public to illustrate four book covers for “Phonics Monster,” a series of English language textbooks. Each cover features one of four delightful monsters (Plop, Turley, Moo, and Volt) who help make learning fun for Kindergarten through 2nd Grade readers.  (more)

October 31, 2016

Shawn Finley teamed up with fellow illustrator Denise Shimabukuro to create IKEA’s “Lattjo Story Cards,” designed to encourage children and adults to invent creative and original stories.  (more)

May 2, 2016

Shawn Finley was commissioned by DreamWorks Animation to illustrate a picture book adaptation of the original "How to Train Your Dragon" movie for their new publishing branch, DreamWorks Press(more)

February 1, 2013

Shawn Finley is pleased to announce the release of "Search and Find Dinosaur Fun", published by Kidsbooks LLC. "Dinosaur Fun" is a fully illustrated 16 page picture book featuring a family of dinosaurs who visit a farm, a museum, the beach, and other locales. (more)

October 5, 2012

Shawn Finley announces the launch of Bad Like Me, his online graphic novel. Follow the story of Nicky and his gang as they arrive in 1930's Chicago, robbing banks and raising hell- much to the frustration of mob boss "Big Al" Calamari, the Mayor and the cops. (more)

February 14, 2011

Shawn Finley’s super-sweet Valentine series was created for Just Like Me magazine, produced by Baxter International especially for kids with primary immunodeficiency disease. (more)

December 15, 2010

Shawn Finley occasionally collaborates with talented bands to solve some rock star-sized design problems. Such was the case when Chicago band Lola Balatro asked him to create cover art for their soon to be released album.

December 3, 2010

Shawn Finley had a great time illustrating "Monster, Be Gone!" the story of a boy named Cameron who uses various night lights to keep the monsters away for Americhip Books. (more)