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February 1, 2017

Dale Stephanos illustrated the cover of Golf Digest this month with a drama-free portrait of Donald Trump. (more)

December 27, 2016

Dale Stephanos was tapped to paint this portrait of child advocate and Federal District Judge Janis Graham Jack to illustrate the Dallas Morning News feature, “Texan of the Year.” (more)

November 1, 2016

Dale Stephanos’ beautifully lit portrait of Arnold Palmer makes a great cover illustration for Golf Digest's commemorative edition dedicated to The King. “This is my favorite Arnold Palmer era,” says Dale, “Young but not a kid, and with the world in the palm of his hand…” (more)

October 28, 2016

Dale Stephanos used the lightest touch of color and just a wisp of gold leaf in this iconic portrait of David Bowie. (more)

August 2, 2016

Dale Stephanos illustrated a fun multi-caricature cover for 5280 The Denver Magazine, addressing the Superbowl Champion Denver Broncos’ chaotic off-season, with a couple of rabid, face painting football fans thrown in for good measures. (more)

June 6, 2016

Dale Stephanos is Subject #1 on Illo Docs, a new series of deeper-than-usual interviews with members of the illustration community, conducted and photographed by artist Scott Bakal. (more)

April 22, 2016

The music industry has prematurely lost yet another giant this week, Prince, at the age of 57. Ispotters remember “The Artist Known As” with portraits both past and recent. 

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February 25, 2016

Dale Stephanos’ multi-portrait illustration for Mother Jones channels the classic dogs-playing-poker painting to go with an article on offshore casino magnate Sheldon Adelson’s political clout. (more)

January 21, 2016

Dale Stephanos illustrated the cover of the New York Observer for a feature that explores some of Marco Rubio's questionable business/personal affairs. (more)

September 17, 2015

Dale Stephanos was inspired recently to explore some variations on the Trump Theme. “To me Trump embodies the ugly American so many of us don't see in ourselves,” muses Dale. “ Yet it is obvious to those looking in from the outside.” (more)