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April 25, 2017

David Plunkert’s illustration for The New York Times Health section accompanied an article on the over-diagnosis of underactive thyroid in older, tired adults. This has led to dosing more than 15% of older Americans with largely useless prescription medication. (more)

April 24, 2017

James O’Brien illustrated “Cash is King No More,” an article about the growing irrelevance of currency, for the Style section of the New York Times. (more)

April 12, 2017

Pushart’s playful illustration romps across page one of the New York Times Food section to accompany a feature declaring that ham is still the winner on American Easter tables, but lamb is gaining ground. (more)

April 11, 2017

Joey Guidone’s cover illustration for “Salute,” a section insert of La Repubblica newspaper, accompanied an article about the safety and quality of tap water. (more)

April 10, 2017

David Plunkert’s illustration for the New York Times Education Life special section accompanied an article on how non-techies are learning to write code as the lingua franca of the modern economy. (more)

April 10, 2017

Joyce Hesselberth’s latest illustration for The New York Times Health section accompanies an article on hospitals that resuscitate patients against their specific wishes and advance directives.  (more)

March 31, 2017

Eleni Kalorkoti’s illustration for The New York Times accompanies an article on the ongoing culture of sexual abuse that is bred into gymnastics. (more)

March 29, 2017

Gordon Studer’s great big page one illustration for the New York Times Food section accompanied a feature on sharpening your senses for use as built in cooking tools. The image animates delightfully on line as well! (more)

March 29, 2017

Harry Campbell created two very different hand-centric illustrations for Today’s New York Times. The Editorial Page image comments on Trump’s wrongheaded rollback of hard-won laws protecting the environment: (more)

March 27, 2017

Mart Klein & Miriam Migliazzi 's full page illustration for the “Knowledge” section of the German newspaper Die Zeit gave them an opportunity to paint tiny orange cocktail sausages, a dead squirrel and a phone made in Singapore.  (more)