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November 17, 2017

Richard Borge’s short animated illustration for The Nation shows us the only wall we need. (more)

September 25, 2017

Heidi Younger illustrates the weekly “Dear Sugars” agony Q&A feature for the New York Times Styles section.  (more)

July 27, 2017

Shaw Nielsen’s cheerful animated illustration for The New York Times website was commission to attract new subscribers through referrals from existing subscribers. Done and DONE! (more)

July 25, 2017

Peter Arkle explores various sartorial aspects of neckwear that go well beyond the bowtie in this animated illustration for Esquire. (more)

July 17, 2017

Gabriela Zurda’s full page and spot illustrations for Advertising Age magazine accompanied an article about the increasing use of chat bots, rather than humans, to engage customers on line. A busy-bot animation was also created for the digital edition. (more)

July 12, 2017

Shaw Nielsen was inspired to create this belching plastic bottle illustration after reading an article about the environmental crisis created by runaway disposable consumption worldwide. (more)

July 6, 2017

Davide Bonazzi created a series of illustrations for CIMA Financial Management to be used in a webzine demonstrating how companies managed with a long-term value-creation perspective are best positioned to deliver consistently strong results. (more)

June 27, 2017

Fausto Montanari’s latest illustrative essay is a celebration of the Spanish tradition, Sobremeza, which speaks to the time spent following a good meal when you digest, relax, and chat with friends and family. (more)

June 23, 2017

Shaw Nielsen, master of illustrative motion, produced a series of witty animations for Dewar’s Scotch this past Father’s Day. Each gif features dads in motion, doing manly things, while enjoying a bracing sip of Dewar’s. We’ll drink to that! (more)

June 20, 2017

Anna + Elena Balbusso continue their experimental animation series, based on their illustrations for the Folio Society edition of The Handmaid’s Tale. Work in progress- stay tuned! (more)