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NewsZone: Latest News and Works from our Artists - August

Updated: Apr 1

New artist! Dutch illustrator Melcher Oosterman, channeling his fascination for the awkward and absurd, likes to tell stories and celebrate the imagination with colourful works that come alive with unusual characters.

Below: illustration for OneWorld Magazine, for an article about de-growth and how infinite economic growth is not the way to a better future.

Illustrated by Jorge González for the The Folio Society, The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón is now available in a limited edition of 500 copies, signed by the artist.

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Photos courtesy of © The Folio Society, 2023

Danijel Žeželj illustrated the new graphic novel Nostalgia, 136 pages, written by Scott Hoffman, colored by Lee Loughridge, published in 5 issues, by Comixology

Martin French: Mingus poster wins the Graphis Silver Award!

Mary Haasdyk Vooys for Harvard Business Review, "A Little Nature in the Office Boosts Morale and Productivity"

Adam Niklewicz for Deseret News, for "The end of the elites: Populism is rising around the world. Did liberalism fail? And if so, what’s next?"

Matt Rota's cover illustration for Down East, for a text about LifeFlight of Maine, the state’s only air-ambulance service, and the technology that can help organize rescues in adverse weather conditions and save lives.

Michael Waraksa for Crain's Chicago Business

"Hybrid and remote work reshape how and where Chicago works"

Danlin Zhang for Deseret News, for the article "Is the secret to a happy marriage learning to be alone?"

Virginia Mori: for Gufram, to advertise the new bench SUMMERTIME

Ben Pearce: London. An illustrated book by Ben, now available for publication.

A compilation of drawings capturing the streets, scenes and people of the capital.

Clémence Pollet illustrated "Un dieu sur deux est une déesse", recently published in France by Nathan

Darya Shnykina for Canadian Cycling magazine, for an article about fitness technology

Dima Kashtalyan exhibited at the 4th Global Illustration Show in Seul with this intricate artwork illustrating the traditional financial systems vs decentralized financial services.

"The Carbon Cowboy: James Gaspard Is Fired Up Over Biochar. Can carbon sequestration help cool down global warming?"

Michael Meister's new book Astonishing and Extinct Professions, written by Markus Rottmann and illustrated by Michael, was recently published by Helvetiq

Wai's new lifestyle illustrations are now up on her page

Dominic Bugatto: for Canadian Running magazine, Head to Toe Marathon Tips

Oleg Buyevsky for an article about Amazon Germany, and life as an employee working at the warehouse.

"An employee here is not a very desirable, but necessary element”: how I worked at an Amazon warehouse in Germany"

Lorenzo Conti for the August-September issue of Harper's Magazine

Shane Cluskey: illustration for The New York Times, for an article about Amazon's quest to have the virtual assistant Alexa speak in an Irish accent

Jury selected works, from left to right:

Glenda Sburelin, Certificate of Merit (3x3), Jay Vollmar, Honourable Mention (3x3), Jay Vollmar Certificate of Merit (3x3), Dima Kashtalyan, Certificate of Merit (3x3), Danlin Zhang, Certificate of Merit (3x3), Danlin Zhang, Award of Excellence (Society of News Design), Michael Waraksa, Certificate of Merit (3x3), Martin French, Certificate of Merit (3x3) front and back album cover, Dominic Bugatto, Honourable Mention (3x3), Shane Cluskey, Award of Excellence (Society of News Design), Shane Cluskey, Award of Excellence (Society of News Design). More award winning works here.

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