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July 27, 2017

Ruth Rowland’s bespoke lettering was commissioned by Ledgard Jepson to realize their designs for the “Made in Yorkshire” branding on behalf of The Cooper Gallery in Barnsley.   (more)

May 19, 2017

Matt Herring produced a series of stained glass style theatrical poster illustrations for a new production of Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour. The comedy, set over the course of a single day, follows a choir of catholic school girls on a trip to Edinburgh for a competition.   (more)

April 20, 2017

Ben the Illustrator is all over New York City this week, thanks to his colorful signage for the Department of Transportation’s Earth Day initiative. Some 70 of Ben’s cute and informative signs were installed around town to herald Car Free NYC this weekend! (more)

April 17, 2017

Sudi McCollum’s illustrated  signage for Oak Tree Farmers’ Market reflects the qualities of simpler times: wholesome food from local growers you get to know, and a warm sense of shared community. 

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January 18, 2017

Peter Horvath channels 1950s cold war warning signage to illustrate this unignorable safety poster for Grainger, commissioned by Ogilvy NY.   (more)

June 23, 2016

Steven Noble worked with Pentagram Design NYC and The White House Historical Association to illustrate their new logo identity that includes two versions from the north side portico of the White House building.  (more)

April 6, 2016

Peter McDonnell's oh-so-happy client Xicato asked him to expand last year’s award-winning trade show booth illustration work for their presence at the Light + Building Trade Show in Frankfurt, Germany.  This time around Xicato Man is joined by “Red,” aka Xicato Woman… (more)

October 2, 2015

Lou Brooks’ perky cowgirl illustration makes for jaw-dropping, fender-bending, 14 foot tall roadside signage at the unapologetically retro Thom’s Market in Austin, TX. (more)

March 24, 2014

Edel Rodriguez has teamed up with Le Calabash culinary school to create a week-long, immersive art and cooking retreat in the Loire Valley, about three hours Southwest of Paris.  The classes are limited to 10 people and will adapt to everyone's skill level; there will be trips to chateaux and local markets along the way. (more)

July 18, 2013

Kathryn Rathke checks in with amusement over the hoopla this week stemming from an observation in The Huffington Post that there is a hidden message of "Mom" in the collar of the new Wendy logo, which she created with the team at Tesser agency. (more)

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