Showing all posts matching
June 21, 2017

Mike Ellis created this illustration for BuzzFeed News to accompany an article on the UK newspaper, The Guardian, and its overly ambitious foray into the American news market. (more)

June 21, 2017

David Plunkert’s illustration for the Dallas Morning News accompanied the article "How Susan B. Anthony Became a Pro-life Heroine" …although she wasn't. (more)

June 19, 2017

James Fryer's latest illustration for Times Educational Supplement’s comment section concerned an article titled “There's Beauty in the Beast: It may be a Fairy-Tale Ending.” Employers in the UK who have a payroll of over £3m will have to pay an apprenticeship tax to help fund the government's promise of 3 million new apprentice jobs by 2020. (more)

June 13, 2017

Chris Gash takes a breather and brings us up to speed on his latest illustration assignments. For Southwest Airlines, Chris illustrated an article show how socially awkward employees may actually be good for a company’s bottom line: (more)

June 12, 2017

Benedetto Cristofani’s page one illustration for German newspaper, Die Zeit, accompanied an article on how Trump’s leadership on climate change leads directly to the wealthiest beneficiaries of relaxed regulations. (more)

June 8, 2017

James Fryer’s illustrates a weird and wonderful article for the Financial Times's House & Home section.  The story asks whether a farmer is liable for damage when his herd of dairy cows invade an unfenced Japanese-inspired Zen water garden. (more)

June 5, 2017

Steven Salerno’s playful page one illustration for The New York Times Real Estate Section accompanied a nuts and bolts article about how best to cool your urban home, depending on the type of building and existing systems. (more)

June 1, 2017

Chris Whetzel’s cover illustration for Miami New Times was a fun one for him: simple yet effective. (more)

May 31, 2017

Michael Waraksa’s illustration for The Los Angeles Times Envelope section accompanied an article about the recent spate of futuristic TV shows, like "Westworld" and "Mr. Robot," which are entirely relevant to today's tech-obsessed world. (more)

May 30, 2017

Jon Reinfurt’s page one illustration for The New York Times Sunday Business section accompanied a feature on income growth for America’s top 200 C.E.O.s, and their warm relationship with the new Trump White House. (more)