James Albon's illustration about TikTok for Libération was shortlisted for the prestigious Victoria and Albert Museum Illustration Awards 2022
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Jay Vollmar's recent cover for Politico's Tech 28.
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Jorge González's illustration done for Harper’s Magazine, for the article: "Hernan Diaz dismantles the American dream” written by Jonathan Dee. Discussed in the essay:
Trust, by Hernan Diaz. published by Riverhead
In the Distance, by Hernan Diaz. published by Coffee House
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Danijel Zezelj's exhibition in Brussels, from 17 June till 27 August, at the gallery Huberty & Breyne. This is a group exhibition not to be missed. Jorge González's work will also be there. Fifty artists were asked to invent the cover of an imaginary magazine called The Traveler. Each cover is presented as an invitation to travel to a place dear to the artist.
See more of Danijel's work HERE
Martin French: Album cover art for In Tense, the new record by the brilliant New York based Jazz composer and bassist Harish Raghavan. Recorded at the end of 2020 in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Harish comments: "Inspiration for the album came from responding to the monumental events of that year, particularly the globally shared experience of the pandemic."
Martin's full album design and packaging will be shown as we move closer to the release date of July 29.
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Karlotta Freier's animations have become a weekly feature of the LA Times!
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A recent illustration by Matt Rota for Texas Monthly, for an article about Texas playwright Will Arbery, and his plays which are largely inspired by the lives of his seven sisters.
See more of Matt's work HERE