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January 6, 2017

When The Washington Post assembled its list of “50 Great Illustrations from 2016,” it inevitably included a number of memorable images by artists from Theispot. (more)

December 13, 2016

James Steinberg's latest editorial illustration cleverly toys with the state of world events. (more)

November 15, 2016

The Fall issue of Cedars-Sinai Discoveries Magazine is loaded with fantastic illustrations from eight members of Theispot. Bernard Maisner’s lettering on the cover calls out the Special Report theme of “Precision Medicine at your Fingertips”: (more)

August 3, 2016

James Steinberg captures a weird political moment in this seemingly endless election year with this well-coiffed portrait of Donald Trump. (more)

April 19, 2016

James Steinberg shares a reflective illustration from a series for The Washington Post exploring Obama's Legacy. (more)

April 6, 2016

James Steinberg’s painting for Mysterious Ways Magazine illustrates a study confirming that, no matter how simple or complex the process, all animals feel love. Even humans! (more)

January 5, 2016

The incredible growth of college and university publications demands its own category.  Diverse subjects from student life to scientific research provide fertile material for amazing illustrations.  Explore each of these featured University Publication illustrations in depth by clicking on the images below.


November 19, 2015

James Steinberg was commissioned to create 25 thought-provoking illustrations for Columbia Business School, celebrating their Centennial Anniversary.  Here are a few favorites: (more)

September 22, 2015

James Steinberg’s cover illustration for NYU Nursing magazine combines a thermometer with a caduceus to make a point about the future of medicine in a warming world. (more)

August 24, 2015

James Steinberg’s illustration for The New York Times Food section accompanied a personal account by their restaurant critic, who spends his vacation toiling non-stop in the kitchen, released from the burden of the fine dining he does for a living.  (more)