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April 4, 2017

Shaw Nielsen’s illustration for Macworld accompanied an article analyzing the current state of Apple’s Internet of Things standard, “HomeKit.” (more)

March 1, 2017

Shaw Nielsen’s animated gif illustration for accompanied a story about a cultural anthropologist stages a small rebellion by embracing the lines on her face. (more)

February 23, 2017

Shaw Nielsen’s colorful illustration for St. Louis University magazine accompanies an article that explores the ins and outs of the school's entrepreneurship program. (more)

January 5, 2017

Shaw Nielsen’s animated illustration is for the New York Times is part of the ongoing series, “Bottom Line Nation,” revealing how private equity firms are reshaping American life. Desperate towns have turned to these firms to manage their waterworks, bringing much-needed upgrades, and hefty price tags. (more)

January 4, 2017

Advertising art directors need to pinpoint just the right artist to bring their idea to life; we think you’ll agree that each made the perfect choice for these exciting projects by artists on Theispot.  Explore each of these featured Advertising illustrations in depth by clicking on the links below. (more)

December 13, 2016

Shaw Nielsen’s brutally funny animation illustrated an article for The New York Times Dealbook titled, “How the Twinkie Made the Superrich Even Richer.” (more)

November 3, 2016

Shaw Nielsen’s illustrations accompany a feature in Land + People magazine about the Trust for Public Land’s efforts to make sure that everyone in America is only a 10 minute walk from a park. 


October 6, 2016

Shaw Nielsen illustrated 101 beloved children’s book characters for Quarto Publishing’s latest book, “101 Books to Read before You Grow Up”.  (more)

September 8, 2016

Shaw Nielsen’s illustration for 5280 the Denver Magazine accompanied an article about a couple of Colorado entrepreneurs that have created a new real-time polling app. (more)

August 24, 2016

Shaw Nielsen illustrated the perfect storm of hilariously bad judgement for FirstBank’s new advertising campaign, “You can bank anywhere. But don’t.”  The work is running across all media, including extremely effective outdoor placement, sampled here. (more)