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Stern Viva Magazine: Should I stay or should I go?


Artwork by Katrin Funcke

Katrin recently illustrated a dossier for Stern Viva. How do long-term couples decide to live when their kids leave the nest?


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News published at 10:59 am, Friday, October 17th, 2014

The Walrus / The Rising Tide


Artwork by Sebastien Thibault

Sébastien Thibault was commissioned by The Walrus Magazine to illustrate a review by Astra Taylor on Naomi Klein’s new book. The topic is about how climate change can only be stopped by overhauling capitalism.


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News published at 11:14 am, Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Crete map for ARTE magazine


Artwork by Tina Zellmer

Tina created a new illustration for ARTE magazine with a wonderful map of the island Crete.


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News published at 10:07 am, Monday, October 13th, 2014

Lexpert Magazine


Artwork by Gary Neill

The dangers of business travel to places in Afghanistan, Iraq and Chechnya and the need to plan carefully to avoid kidnapping or similar dangers.


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News published at 11:22 am, Thursday, October 9th, 2014

D Magazine


Artwork by Marisa Morea

Marisa Morea was commissioned by D Magazine to illustrate about how Dallas Morning News (the local newspaper in Dallas) reporters are encouraged, using an algorithm, to write at grade-school level. The client’d like to play off the illustrated cover of the classic children’s book “Go, Dog, Go!”, mocking the way they are required to write at a children’s comprehension level.


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News published at 11:32 am, Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Visual Families


Artwork by Hanna Melin

Hanna Melin was chosen to participate in the new book “Visual Families” published by Gestalten.
Visual Families showcases patterns and collections.


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News published at 11:28 am, Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Têtu Magazine


Artwork by Denis Carrier

Denis continues his collaboration with the French magazine Têtu with this new serie of illustrations.


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News published at 11:25 am, Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Baltimore Sun


Artwork by Marilyn Faucher

Marilyn Faucher was commissioned by Baltimore Sun to illustrated an overview of the annual big season of galas and parties to benefit Baltimore organizations.


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News published at 11:01 am, Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

Wall Street Journal


Artwork by Andy Potts

Andy Potts illustrated a recent article on the Ebola virus for the Wall Street Journal.


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News published at 10:51 am, Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Central Park Horse Show Poster


Artwork by Rollin McGrail

This summer the first-ever Central Park Horse Show showcased some of the best show jumpers and dressage riders in the world as they vied for top prizes against a backdrop of skyscrapers in one of the world’s most iconic venues, the Trump Rink in New York City’s Central Park. Rollin McGraill was thrilled to be asked to create the official show poster for this prestigious event. Highlights of the event included a live television broadcast of the $200,000 Rolex Central Park Grand Prix, a NYC vs. the World pro/am jumping competition; a Saturday evening World Dressage Challenge, and a Sunday afternoon Polo match featuring some of the world’s top players. The event was sanctioned by the United States Equestrian Federation and the Federation Equestre Internationale and is the first equestrian show at the Trump Rink.


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News published at 10:46 am, Thursday, September 25th, 2014