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August 15, 2017

Chris Gash was commissioned by Pentagram Studio to illustrate a feature for the World Wildlife Fund about the benefits of recycling rainwater effectively. (more)

July 14, 2017

Julia Binfield’s refreshing illustration for Gardenia magazine accompanied an article on the many beauty products that incorporate the natural powers of herbs, vegetables and flowers.  (more)

July 13, 2017

Dave Wheeler played fast and loose with a fresh conceptual illustration style throughout a recent issue of the Harvard Business Review. Preventing Employee Turnover: (more)

June 28, 2017

Ellen Byrne created a double page hand lettered chalkboard illustration for Public Power Magazine to show what happens at the flip of a switch, and exactly how it happens. The infographic features power sources, traveling on high voltage lines, transformer stations and finally, entry into homes. (more)

June 1, 2017

Anni Betts spent months creating dozens of user-friendly illustrations for the Usborne Book of Growing Food, for Usborne Books in the UK. The 64-page book is spiral-bound, and aimed at young people who are interested in growing their own food for the first time. (more)

May 10, 2017

Ellen Byrne was commissioned by Cardborders to illustrate a Washington, DC children's floor puzzle, focusing on favorite places and activities for kids in our nation’s Capital. In addition to illustrating the Ruby Slippers, the Insect Museum, the Big Chair and much more, Ellen also designed the map and the box itself.  (more)

March 30, 2017

Ellen Byrne illustrated this fun and funky map of Asheville, North Carolina full of parks, recreation, culture and… chickens!   (more)

March 16, 2017

Chris Philpot illustrated a super-detailed spread for the “Useful Stuff” column in this month’s Men’s Health Magazine, featuring the best (and easiest) way to spring-clean your digs. (more)

March 8, 2017

Marc Phares contributed a 3D illustration of muscle fibers to the Men’s Journal Health & Fitness section to accompany the article, “Does Your Metabolism Need an Overhaul?” (more)

February 28, 2017

Paul Morton’s Hot Frog Graphics was commissioned by Proctor & Gamble to create a series of instructional illustrations showing how to get the very best results from your dishwasher.  (more)