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April 19, 2017

John Tomac’s cover and interior illustration series for The Chronicle of Higher Education accompanied a feature about the effect of “big data” on campus. Being able to collect and analyze all sorts of information is reshaping colleges, often for the better, but it comes with some limitations. (more)

April 13, 2017

Chuck Gonzales new illustration for PBS Learning makes us want to go right back to school, even though summer is almost here! (more)

February 17, 2017

Brucie Rosch’s illustration for Scientific American accompanied an article about what happens when breathing goes awry.


January 26, 2017

Iker Ayesraran’s cover and interior illustration series for The Economist accompanied a Special Report about the value of on-going training and education throughout one’s career. (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)

November 10, 2016

Rob McClurkan’s illustrations for the Ready-to-Read “History of Fun Stuff” series make learning absolutely irresistible! Buy all three today in Theispot Bookstore!


October 7, 2016

Christian Lindemann was commissioned to create a fun monthly “Wimmelbild" illustration for the kids’ page of German DB Mobil magazine.  (more)

September 27, 2016

Vic Kulihin’s clear, easy-to-read illustrations were a smart choice for a series of Berlitz language training workbooks. (more)

April 26, 2016

James Yamasaki created a super series of illustrations for “Stay Smart about Tobacco,” a middle-school educational campaign sponsored by Scholastic National Partnerships for CVS.  James’ poster and related illustrations proved both informative and graphically engaging. (more)

March 1, 2016

Peter McDonnell’s illustration series for Scholastic National Partnerships, in tandem with the National Institute of Drug Abuse, appeared as an insert distributed in schools.   (more)