Illustration "The Myth of Women’s Empowerment” by Cristina Spano for The New York Times.


Illustration by Cristina Spano for The Wall Street Journal.


illustration created by cristina span for the boston globe about genetic tests that are everywhere, but how reliable are they?


"there goes the sun" by francesco zorzi. six amazing ways to celebrate the total eclipse in the u.s.


illustration by veronica grech created for the wsj about coping with photo overload on social media.


variousartists.io invited veronica grech to compile a playlist in spotify and design an artwork as a cover.


cover and interior illustrations by miguel porlan for the new york times, book review. summer reading issue. june 4th, 2017. illustrations on literary genres as thriller, true crime, travel, music, gardening and horror.


Two new illustrations created by hanna barczyk for lmu magazine designed by pentagram.

The first illustration "the tea girl of hummingbird lane," li-yan is a young woman who cultivates tea plants in china's yunnan province with her extended family who are part of a chinese ethnic minority known as the akha. in this excerpt, li-yan secretly travels to a nearby city to leave her infant, yan-yeh, born out of wedlock, at an orphanage. in the family's mountain village, li-yan's fatherless daughter would be killed in accordance with akha custom. in addition to giving yan-yeh life, li-yan wraps a tea cake, a talisman of their family's culture, in yan-yeh's blanket.

the second illustration is on how a young woman, part of a chinese ethnic minority known as akha has to leave her infant, born out of wedlock, at an orphanage. according to akha custom her fatherless daughter would have been killed.


"4 words to help clear your career hurdles: worry less - trust more" by raquel aparicio for backstage magazine.


summer preview illustrations by lorenzo gritti for the the new yorker, summer preview.


Extinction is a bummer. Let's bring back the dead. New illustration by Patric Sandri for the Boston Globe Ideas section.


Illustration created by Raquela Aparicio for Backstage Magazine, Working Actor Advice column: "NY actors do you feel like no one knows your struggle?" An actor’s life is not for the faint heart. New York theater performer Lucas Steele reminds us why, and why we wouldn’t want it any other way.


"The beauty and power of becoming a US citizen" created by Francesco Zorzi for The Boston Globe Opinion.


Small Talk vs. Big Talk by Veronica Grech for The WSJ.


New illustration by Miguel Porlan for the New York Times Book Review: Online Intimacy.


The "green" bond market is still small but has doubled in size over the past three or four years. New illustration created by Errata Carmona for the WSJ.


Lorenzo Gritti for The Chronicle of Higher Education: "What should student-affairs and other administrative offices do when they confront the tough, sometimes life-or-death cases of students gone off the rails? The very best they can."


"Why women are marching on Washington" new illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the Boston Globe, article by Gloria Steinem.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the Boston Globe Magazine: "How writing for Mary Tyler Moore helped me make it after all".


New illustration by Verónica Grech created for Principia Magazine about Friedrich Martin Josef Welwitsch, an Austrian explorer and botanist who in Namib Desert discovered the plant Welwitschia Mirabilis.


Congratulations to Hanna Barczyk for having this illustration created for Audubon Magazine selected in the Communication Arts Illustration Annual. Thank you to the art director Kevin Fisher, the Communication Arts and the jury.


Congratulations to Carlos Zamora for having his illustration accepted into the Communication Arts Illustration Annual. "MUSIC ON THE GO" created for The Wall Street Journal.


"Cats Are Paradoxes" by Pablo Amargo have been selected into the Communication Arts Annual. Congratulations Pablo and thank you Jury!


Boris Semeniako illustration is selected into the Communication Arts Illustration Annual 58. Created for Financial Times: "Stretching The Truth In Chinese Literature - The silencing of influential liberal voices signals that a new censorship cycle has begun in China. "


Hanna Barczyk for Variety magazine on women in film. "It's a Woman's World In This Year's Acting Races"


Series of illustrations created by Pablo Amargo for The National Geographic, January 2017 special issue on Gender Revolution.


Illustrations "Hood" created by Pablo Amargo for Jot Down Magazine.


Illustrations created by Hanna Barczyk for "Best books of 2016" Boston Globe Book review.


New typographic cover "The Hype over Hipsturbia" created by Carlos Zamora for The Real Deal Magazine for a story on Westchester's real state market as a new destination for hipsters.


Holiday Greetings by Miguel Porlan for The New Yorker


New illustration by Pablo Amargo for The New Yorker


"Repealing the Affordable Care Act - fact vs. fiction” by Veronica Grech for The Boston Globe


"Siddhartha drowning" by Francesco Zorzi.
Drowning Revelation.
Illustration for the 8th chapter of the forthcoming edition of Hermann Hesse' Siddhartha to be published as a boxed illustrated postcards series.


Illustrations created by Lorenzo Gritti for The New Republic:
"The failure of "grown up" liberalism”


"Music Education on the Go" created by Carlos Zamora for The Wall Street Journal.
Pianist Daniel Barenboim turns to YouTube as a teaching tool.


“How to fall back in love” by Veronica Grech for The Wall Street Journal.


New Illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the Village Voice "Lucinda Childs Mines the Streamlined Power of a Rhythmic Pulse”


Miguel Porlan for the New Yorker: THE SECRET LIFE OF TIME.
It may seem slippery and maddeningly abstract, but it’s also deeply intimate, infusing our every word and gesture.


Get in the holiday spirit by supporting the charities" - new illustration by Verónica Grech for The Atlanta Magazine.


“Outsider" Illustration by Miguel Porlan for Jot Down nº17, Malditismo.


Interview with Lorenzo Gritti published by DART:

Read the whole interview here: http://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/20115/the-qa-lorenzo-gritti.html


"Feminism Lost. Now What?" two illustrations by Hanna Barczyk for the Sunday Review in The New York Times


"At the end of the night I asked, ‘Are we dating or just hanging out?" illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the Los Angeles Times/Affairs.


"How I feel about my daughter's search for her birth parents" new illustration by Hanna Barczyk for The Boston Globe magazine.


"The Classroom Where Fake News Fails" new illustration by Hanna Barczyk for N.P.R.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the New York Times: “Mr. Trump Flirts with an Arms Race"


New illustration "Foundation of Trump presidency" created by Errata Carmona for The Chronicle of Higher Education.


“Refugees revitalize American cities” by Hanna Barczyk for the Boston Globe


"When Parents Divorce, the Children Get the House" created by Veronica Grech for the Wall Street Journal.


Lorenzo Gritti for The The New Yorker:
David Oyelowo and Daniel Craig Face Off in “Othello”


Pablo Amargo has 5 winning illustrations in the Society of Illustrators 56


Newest illustrator from our group, Martin Elfman was selected for the first time with the attached images in the SOI annual show and book.
The illustrations were created for a book "Latin America in Motion” written by renowned journalists about the incredible work done by human rights activists throughout Latin America.


Miguel Porlan is selected with two Illustrations in the SOI.


Illustration by Patric Sandri about mirror reflecting the qualities of the mid-level leader for The Chronicle of Higher Education


Illustration "Micro-Barriers to Education Loom Large for First-Generation Students” by Adolfo Valle for The Chronicle of Higher Education


New illustration by Adolfo Valle for Village Voice about American Indian community — Standing Rock opens up or forecloses.


Illustration by Raquel Aparicio for The WSJ Magazine about an Indian businessman that has developed a spoon comesible instead of disposable


Series of new illustrations by Lorenzo Gritti ""How To Overcome Freelance Hurdles” for Computer Arts Magazine


New Illustration by Lorenzo Gritti "More stability in the child care work force would be better for babies and toddlers, and would pay off for years to come, experts say” for N.P.R.


Illustrations created by Raquel Aparicio “Reflux” for Problem Solved section in Prevention Magazine


The Question for James Comey by Hanna Barczyk for the NYT Opinion


The danger of going soft on Russia by Hanna Barczyk for the NYT Opinion


Being American in the Trump Years by Hanna Barczyk for the NYT Opinion Pages


THE U.S. AND RUSSIA ENSURE A BALANCE OF TERROR IN SYRIA BY HANNA BARCZYK FOR INTERCEPT


"Female CEOs Get Only 3 Percent of Venture Funding. That's About to Change” created by Hanna Barczyk for Inc. Magazine, November 2016


"Pass the mic" new illustration by Hanna Barczyk for Brunswick Review on leadership.


"Double vision-Despite real legal reforms, China’s court system still appears a maze of contradictions" illustration by Hanna Barczyk for The Brunswick Review.


Two covers created by Randy Pollak for the Phoenix New Times


Congratulations to Boris Semeniako for receiving two honorable mentions in The 3x3 illustration show.


Illustration "A Language to Unite Humankind by Miguel Porlan for The New Yorker.
Ludovik Zamenhof created Esperanto in the hope of achieving world peace, but the movement was divided from the start.


Illustration "President Duterte’s Confusing Behavior” by Miguel Porlan for
The New York Times The Opinion Pages.


Illustration by Miguel Porlan “The R.N.C.’s ‘Don’t Get Out the Vote’ Drives” for The New York Times Opinion Pages.


Illustration "A Sonata-Structured Novel of Muted Desire” by Miguel Porlan for The New York Times Book Review.


Looking for a few good docs by Hanna Barczyk for the Opinion Boston Globe


We are very proud and happy to announce that Lorenzo Gritti received the Gold Medal from the Society of Illustrators for his "Quick Portraits" series.


Illustration created by Carlos Zamora for Fall 2016 Gala Honoring Laurie M. Tisch. Joshua Bell: Seasons of Cuba will highlight the Chamber Orchestra of Havana in their U.S. debut.


Illustration created by Miguel Porlan about At&T and Time Warner merger for The NYT Opinion.


Cover and two inside illustrations created by Veronica Grech for The Skinny Magazine.


New illustration "The New Performing-Arts Curriculum” by Boris Semeniako for The Chronicle of Higher Education


"Caring for the Caregiver” created by Hanna Barczyk for Cummings Veterinary magazine, Tufts University


"Keep your bonds, but reduce the risks” created by Martin Elfman for The Wall Street Journal


"How Einstein and Schrödinger Conspired to Kill a Cat"
A Portrait of Erwin Schrödinger, Austrian Theoretical Physicist, during WWII created by Lorenzo Gritti for Nautilus Magazine.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk "Now doctors can slide out brain clots with wires and have new tools for other blockages" for The Scientific American Magazine.


Illustration for Smith Alumnae Quarterly-Fall 2016. "Smith in My Life”


Illustration created by Hanna Barczyk for NPR: Chill Out: Stress Can Override Benefits Of Healthful Eating.


Illustration created by Adolfo Valle for NPR Health blog: So You're Going To A Place With Zika? Here's What You Need To Know


Cover illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the School Library Journal on Self-Censorship.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the New Republic: "Can “Dark Tourism” Help Cambodia Heal?


The Ladies Man by Hanna Barczyk for the New Republic.
"Forget Hillary—Trump is the one who's inspiring women to run for office."


Keeping E-Cigaretes Legal created by Errata Carmona for The Scientific American Magazine.


Illustration created by Martin Elfman for the Chronicle of Higher Education about college reading/studying while behind bars.


Illustration created by Hanna Barczyk for The NYT Book Review: "SMALL GREAT THINGS”.


Illustration "The Shame of Fat Shaming” created by Hanna Barczyk for the NYT Sunday Review.


Two new illustrations created by Martin Elfman for Hopkins Medicine Magazine: "Expecting more" argues that pregnant women have been excluded for too long from the clinical research agenda”.


Illustration by Errata Carmona created for the Hopkins Medicine Magazine about the initiative to bring economic opportunity to the most disadvantaged members of the community in the poorest areas of Baltimore.


New poster from Hanna Barczyk advertising art/music/dance events around cities in Germany.


New cover by Randy Pollak.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk “Why I teach” for the Boston Globe.


Illustration created by Pablo Amargo for the Book Review “Loner” in The New York Times.
Loner is a story in which an often-ignored/unacknowledged freshman at Harvard pursues a sophisticated young woman in his class who is out of his social and economic spheres.


New poster by Pablo Amargo.


Wine label illustrated by Hanna Barczyk


"The best summer reads come from both the adult and young adult sections” by Veronica Grech for the Family Circle Magazine.


Book cover “Threads” by Raquel Aparicio.


Illustrations by Raquel Aparicio “ Varicose veins” for Prevention Magazine


Illustration by Boris Semeniako about Post-traumatic stress for the cover of Harvard Public Health Magazine.


"How to Live and Act in NYC" for Backstage for the Working Actor column by Hanna Barczyk.


Six illustrations by Lorenzo Gritti for Scientific American Magazine for a story on "Big Questions about the Future of Humanity”


"Are we any closer to preventing nuclear holocaust?”

"Will there ever be a cure for Alzheimer’s?”

"When and where do you think we will find extraterrestrial life?”

"Could we one day replace all of the tissues in the human body through engineering?”

"Will we ever understand the nature of consciousness?”

"Will the entire world one day have adequate health care?”


New illustration by Patric Sandri for Scientific American «Education and Computer Science».


Illustration by Lorenzo Gritti: "To Help A Criminal Go Straight, Help Him Change How He Thinks"
For N.P.R.


New illustration by Lorenzo Gritti for Narratively: "I HAD AN EMERGENCY APPENDECTOMY IN EGYPT…SO WHY DO I STILL HAVE MY APPENDIX?"
For NARRATIVELY
http://narrative.ly/i-had-an-emergency-appendectomy-in-egyptso-why-do-i-still-have-my-appendix/


"Deep in the rain forest, Health Workers with Last Mile Health can fight epidemics and maintain access to primary care.”
Illustration by Lorenzo Gritti for the Scientific American Magazine


New illustration by Miguel Porlan for The New Yorker.
WHERE GERMANS MAKE PEACE WITH THEIR DEAD
Through a practice that is part therapy and part séance, children of war come to terms with their history.


Recent illustrations created by Miguel Porlan for The New Yorker.


I'm happy to announce that Hanna Barczak’s "Moulin Rouge" poster has received "Honorable Mention" by 3x3 (Magazine of Contemporary Illustration), and will be displayed on their online gallery. Thank you to the jury!


New illustration for the Minneapolis' Star Tribune. "The cellist, the street person and me” by Hanna Barczyk


"Metamorphosis", new illustration for Corporate Knights by Hanna Barczyk


New illustration for The Boston Globe on sexual assault by Hanna Barczyk


"Another Reason to Check Your Kid's Phone" new illustration for Amherst Magazine by Hanna Barczyk


A Rallying Cry, A Dirty Word: People Around The World Talk About ‘Feminism’ by Hanna Barczyk for the NPR


New illustration for Family Circle Magazine by Hanna Barczyk.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk about Migratory Bird Treaty Act regulations for Audubon Magazine.


Cover illustration for the Harvard Public Health Magazine, “The legacy of Post-traumatic stress”
https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/magazine/magazine_article/halting-the-legacy-of-ptsd/


New poster created by Carlos Zamora for The Art of Travel fundraising presented by Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, coming up early fall.


New cover by Carlos Zamora for the St. Louis Magazine


New poster by Carlos Zamora created for the Lincoln Center


“Abandoned then rejected, tales of a roommate wannabe” by Veronica Grech for The Boston Globe.


New illustration by Verónica Grech for The Telegraph Magazine: Property Doctors: how do I deal, once and for all, with the condensation in my loft?


New set of spots “Towels” created by Pablo Amargo for The New Yorker.


New cover by Carlos Zamora.
In an election season, prospective voters take their impressions of the candidates not only from what they say but also on the basis of other aspects of their presentation, such as intonation, gestures, and appearance. Recent studies have identified another trait that contributes subtly but significantly to voters’ impressions: the pitch of a candidate’s voice. In “How Voice Pitch Influences Our Choice of Leaders” political scientist Casey Klofstadt and biologists Stephen Nowicki and Rindy Anderson describe their interdisciplinary research, which attempts to weigh the effect of a high- or low-pitched voice on a candidate’s electoral success.


New cover by Carlos Zamora for the Advertsing Age.


Double cover illustration by Francesco Zorzi for the Lungarno Magazine.


Welcome Summer! Trampoline spots created by Pablo Amargo for the New Yorker.


Illustrations created by Aurélia Fronty for the Summer Arts Preview, Washington Post Arts&Style.


Illustrations created by Aurélia Fronty for the Summer Arts Preview, Washington Post Arts&Style.


New illustration from Aurelia Fronty: Frida.


Back to comfortable travel destinations by Nina Cuneo.


"How Facebook is Failing Feminism" by Verónica Grech for Skinny Magazine.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for The Upshot NYT: The US is failing in infant mortality, starting at one month old.


"Do women need periods?" by Hanna Barczyk for the NPR.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the Boston Globe about The Power of Parity. "How boosting workplace diversity would lift the economy".


Illustration created by Miguel Porlan for Onoffice magazine on how architect's entrepreneurial and innovative instincts are being blocked by the procurement system.


How to provide medicare for all by Verónica Grech for the Boston Globe.


New cover illustration by Hanna Barczyk.


New illustration from Hanna Barczyk "Sex Talk for Muslim Women" for The New York Times.


Illustration by created Hanna Barczyk "My Mother's Day Table" for The Boston Globe.


New illustration by Lorenzo Gritti for the Boston Globe: Civil Liberties, Online and Off.


Lorenzo Gritti for Illozine16: “Loud"


New illustration by Lorenzo Gritti for NPR about Painkillers Addiction.


Cover “Pulling Together” created by Lorenzo Gritti For The European School of Oncology Magazine:


Cover illustration Verónica Grech for Cinema and Architecture magazine about 3D, smart cities, experimental technologies and new ways of architecture.


"The millennials have landed" by Carlos Zamora for The American Lawyer Magazine.


New illustration by Raquel Aparicio for the Boston Globe Magazine: Handyman Peter Hotton’s widow remembers the do-it-yourself life. At “Needy Manor,” their fixer-upper home, he never feared a little work.


Illustration by Errata Carmona for the Boston Globe about the climate change pact known as the Paris Agreement.


"Rape Is A Crime In India — But There Are Exceptions". New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for N.P.R.


"War out of sight, sacrifice out of mind". New illustration by Lorenzo Gritti for the Boston Globe.


"7 Pieces of Advice from ‘Transparent’ Star Amy Landecker" by Hanna Barczyk for Backstage, Working Actor column.


Is Crowdfunding An OK Way To Raise Money For Zika Research? - new illustration by Adolfo Valle for the N.P.R.


"Welcome Mr. April: Wrestling With Unanticipated Hope" - new illustration by Verónica Grech for the J-Spot column, Observer.


Illustration by Lorenzo Gritti "When The Cost Of Care Triggers A Medical Deportation” for N.P.R.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk: "The Perilous Aftermath of a Simple Concussion" for Mind and Matter column in WSJ.


New illustrations from Patric Sandri about anorexia.


Cover + inside illustration by Patric Sandri on Innovation for Johns Hopkins Magazine.


Illustration by Lorenzo Gritti: The Costs Of Heart Surgery for DBusiness Magazine.


New Illustration "Precision Medicine” created by Lorenzo Gritti for Scientific American.


Hanna Barczyk for Nautilus! "How to Avoid Empathy Burnout”.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for Advertising Age. "Stop Talking About Transformation in Adland -- Do It”.


"A babysitter at the push of a button" created by Carlos Zamora for The Boston Globe Magazine.


Congratulations to Hanna Barczyk and many thanks to American Illustration Jury and Mark Heflin for selecting this illustration to be published in the upcoming annual.


Congratulations Raquel Aparicio!!! Illustration"Bird lover" about a writer who spent his life researching birds was selected to be published in the American Illustrations Annual 35. Many thanks go to the American Illustration and the Jury!!!


Aspirin Both Triggers And Treats An Often-Missed Disease.


A couple looking to escape Nazi Germany heads to America. New Illustration by Hanna Barczyk for The New York Times-Book Review. ‘Carry Me,’ by Peter Behrens.


"A new yardstick for Cuba" illustration by Carlos Zamora created for Boston Globe.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for Boston Globe about pregnancy and alcohol.


Six reasons you can’t drop the weight by Veronica Grech for the Family Circle Magazine.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for N.P.R. "Many Dislike Health Care System But Are Pleased With Their Own Care".


Illustration created by Hanna Barczyk "Black Women Writers and the Secret Space of Diaries” for The New Yorker.


Illustration by created Miguel Porlan for The New Yorker: "How to be a critic in an age of opinion".


Illustration by Pablo Amargo for the New Yorker.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for TED. "How I learned to forgive my brother’s murderers".


New illustration by Lorenzo Gritti "Texas Uneven Expansion Of Obamacare"
for N.P.R.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the LA Times Affairs. I thought I'd found a perfect guy. Until he replaced me.


"How schools deal with concussions" created by Adolfo Valle for The Bethesda Magazine.


New illustration by Boris Semeniako for The Boston Globe Book Review "Tender". "Thender" is an aching tale of youth and yearning for connection written by Belinda McKeon.


New illustration created by Hanna Barczyk for The New York Times Op-Ed page: "The Secret to School Integration".


New illustration created by Hanna Barczyk for Backstage: "Five Things Every Actor Should Do for an Inspiration Refresh".


Two new illustrations by Lorenzo Gritti​ created for The Family Circle: "How to stop spending too much money on Health Care”.


Congratulations to Boris Semeniako for being selected in the Communication Arts Illustration Annual with the illustration created for Le Monde about the Eston Kohver's case, an Estonian spy caught by Russians.


Congratulations to Raquel Aparicio for being selected in the Communication Arts Illustration Annual 57.
"Bird lover" - illustration created for Vajiar about a writer who spent his life researching birds.


Congratulations to Pablo Amargo far having "The Scarfs" series selected in Illustration Annual 57 of Communication Arts.


Owning remotely: Far and away a difficult task by Miguel Porlan for the Boston Globe.


"Tipping The Balance" cover illustration created by Lorenzo Gritti For The European School of Oncology Magazine.


New series of spots “Ice fishing” created for the New Yorker by Pablo Amargo.


‘Mindfulness in a Hyper-connected Culture’ by Aurélia Fronty for Independent School magazine.


Illustration by Carlos Zamora: The Next Big Folly 2016: Uber.
Many in the media hail uber, but the ridesharing company faces a bumpy road ahead.


Illustration by Carlos Zamora: The Next Big Thing 2016: How We Hear.
Revolutionary earbuds could make everyday life—from concerts to the subway—sound better.


You Won't Believe How Many Special Days Are On The U.N. Calendar.
New illustration by Patric Sandri for the NPR.


"Responding to Trauma in Your Classroom" illustration created by Hanna Barczyk for Teaching Tolerance Magazine.


Cover illustration "The dangers of not vaccinating” by Nina Cuneo for the health section of La Repubblica.


"Stop Obsessing Over the Monster Under Your Acting Bed" by Hanna Barczyk for Backstage Magazine, The Working Actor column.


Cover by Carlos Zamora in this week issue of the Observer.


"Walking in Faith" by Hanna Barczyk​ for Ebony Magazine.


Nina Cuneo created a print for the Swedish School of Milan, illustrating the whole year and its seasons, with lots of fun details!


Great news!
"Let Love In" - Francesco Zorzi’ s poster created for the IH8War Project by Charles Hively was selected by the American Graphic Design Awards.


I'm very happy to announce​ that Francesco Zorzi is joining Purple Rain Illustrators.
His first project with us is listed as the 2nd most loved cover on coverjunkie.
http://www.coverjunkie.com/blog/advertising-age-us/3/17682/loved
Click on the heart if you love it!

We are in the process of adding his portfolio to our website, but you can see more work at:
http://www.francescozorzi.it


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for N.P.R. "Indian Women Flout Menstrual Taboos By Saying They're Happy to bleed.


New illustration "How to fix inequality" by Errata Carmona for the Boston Globe.


New illustration from Raquel Aparicio about Henry William Hudson. A bird lover and an exceptional writer who dedicated his life to investigate the birds.


Book cover by Hanna Barczyk: "I Haven't Told Him Yet" is a tragicomic novel by David Trueba (Spanish novelist, film director and screenwriter).


Illustration "How the TPP could cripple Big Syrup’ by Errata Carmona for the Boston Globe.


Illustration by Lorenzo Gritti for the N.P.R. "Is It Safe For Medical Residents To Work 30-Hour Shifts?”


“Secret Santa” by Carlos Zamora for the New Jersey Monthly Magazine


"Will Britain leave the EU?" by Errata Carmona for The Boston Globe.


Illustration by Errata Carmona about legalizing marijuana for recreational use for The Boston Globe.


"Having trouble finding a primary care doc? Here’s what med schools are doing about it".
Illustrations by Patric Sandri for The Washington Post Magazine.


New illustration "Green and clean energies" by Errata Carmona


New illustration by Lorenzo Gritti about a girl with Borederline Syndrome for Datum Magazine.


"Energy for Living" poster by Miguel Porlan is selected in the Society Of Illustrators 58th Annual Show.
Congratulations Miguel and thank you jury.


Congratulations to Carlos Zamora for having his poster created for Dance St. Louis selected in the Society of Illustrators 58th Annual Show and book


"Reading Time" poster by Pablo Amargo has been selected to receive the Silver Medal from the Society Of Illustrators in the Advertising/Institutional category!
Thank you jury! Congratulations Pablo.


Illustration by Pablo Amargo is selected by The Society of Illustrators 58 Annual Exhibition: Cover illustration "Going independent" for REP Magazine. Thank you jury!


Poster "Terrible Children" by Pablo Amargo was selected in the Society of Illustrators 58 Annual Exhibition.


Illustration by Lorenzo Gritti "A Doctor Wrestles With Whether To Keep Wearing His White Coat” for N.P.R


"In Africa for the maternal and neonatal health"
Cover by Lorenzo Gritti for CUAMM, Doctors With Africa Magazine.


New Illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the Smithsonian Magazine.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the Techonomy Media.


He was perfectly imperfect, and Poisonous. New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the LA Times.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for N.P.R. for their "Hidden Brain" series. "How having a safety net can make us less motivated to achieve our primary goals"


Cover and spot illustration "Series Made Simple” by Hanna Barczyk for the Library Journal.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk "The Seduction of Safety, on Campus and Beyond” for the Sunday Review, The New York Times.


"When medical care is delivered in 15-minute doses, there’s not much time for caring" New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for The Washington Post.


New illustration for The NE Times by Hanna Barczyk. "In the limelight: apprentices" about the struggle to create and fill apprenticeship roles.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk created for Variety Magazine. "Paris Attacks: Instant News Rarely Includes the Key Element of Perspective".


This Edgy Canadian Outerwear Line Just Might Dethrone Canada Goose. New illustration by Verónica Grech about the Canadian Goose puffers.


Illustration by Miguel Porlan "The Future of Investing in China" created for Morningstar.


Illustration by Veronica Grech for the Observer: Must-Have Art: The Brain Science Behind the Sudden Splurge Psychologists, consumer experts, collectors and dealers talk about impulse buys.


"Seasonal Music to Rekindle the Spirit" by Raquel Aparicio for the WSJ.


"Waking Up Without Power Starts The Day Off Wrong" - new illustration by Adolfo Valle for the N.P.R.


Illustration "Compassion" by Hanna Barczyk for N.P.R.


"The Girl Who Broke Free: Building A New Life In America" New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for N.P.R.


"As Data Grows More Valuable, Marketers Seek New Ways to Secure It." New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for Advertising Age!


Spot series by Miguel Porlan for Notheastern Law Magazine about the 2014 Nobel Peace Prizes, Lou Gehrig's speech and the Student Loan Debt.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk for The Los Angeles Times Book Review. "The new book 'Unfinished Business' (by Anne-Marie Slaughter) examines contemporary inequalities."


The Phoenix nightlife. Featuring Dancing cacti (inspired by an old photo of Astaire and Rogers) bats of the desert and a disco ball moon. The desert is where it's at at night!


Illustration "Phoenix Canals" by Randy Pollak for Phoenix New Times end of year edition concerning the canals that run throughout Phoenix.


Illustration "Crossing" by Randy Pollak for Phoenix New Times year end edition focusing on those who cross the dessert into Phoenix from Mexico.


Cover illustration by Randy Pollak for RESEARCH magazine about how certain investments play a large part in both large broker-dealer firms and retirement. A not-so-subtle Rockwell homage.


Illustration by Raquel Aparicio "The coffee arrives by text message" for The Washington Post.


"Mystery" illustration by Hanna Barczyk was chosen to be a limited edition beer label for Collective Arts Brewing who specialize in craft beer. These bottles will be available at LCBO stores across Ontario!


Illustration "Data pushes aside chief merchants" by Hanna Barczyk for the WSJ.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the Washington Post Sunday Arts & Style about the success theater productions in D.C


All In: A former underground poker player says it's time to bring the game out of the shadows by Adolfo Valle for the NY Observer.


"Hidden camera exposes the cracks in family facade" by Lorenzo Gritti for the New York Observer.


"The Dos and Don'ts of Men's Grooming" by Veronica Grech for the New York Observer.


Illustration "Ditch Skinny Jeans for Some New Denim Silhouettes This Autumn" by Veronica Grech for the New York Observer.


New illustrations by Randy Pollak for the Research Magazine.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk for N.P.R. for their new episode of Hidden Brain "Trying To Change, Or Changing The Subject? How Feedback Gets Derailed".


"Uncharted Territory: A Mother of Three Navigates the World of the Newly Single" by Hanna Barczyk for the Observer.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the NYT: "What the Privileged Poor Can Teach Us"


Illustration by Veronica Grech for the Observer: How Startups Are Cashing in on Our Obsession With Getting a Good Night's Sleep.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk for Fast Company about Unequal From Birth: How Inequality Starts Early And What We Can Do About It.


Cover illustration by Adolfo Valle for the Observer: "A cop-turned journalist found out how angry the NYPD is at Mayor de Blasio".


Wonderful news: two of Verónica Grech' s images won a World Illustration Award from the AOI.
Here is the link: http://www.theaoi.com/awards/winner-details.php?id=207


Illustration by Boris Semeniako for Le Monde about the Eston Kohver's case, an Estonian spy cought by Russians.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk for Tasting Table "The 50 biggest restaurant and bar openings this fall".


The portrait of the Disraeli marriage created by Verónica Grech for an article about the book "Mrs. Disraeli: A Strange Romance" by Daisy Hay.


Illustration Bicycling In India Has Its Risks (Cow Ahead!) And Its Rewards by Adolfo Valle for N.P.R.


Illustration "Selecting Boys Over Girls Is A Trend In More And More Countries" by Hanna Barczyk for the N.P.R.


Illustration by Pablo Amargo for the NYT Sunday Book Review "Best Boy" by Eli Gottlieb.


Illustration "Earthquake? No damage. But what about loud music?" by Hanna Barczyk for The Washington Post.


Illustration "Sex Offenders Locked Up on a Hunch" by Hanna Barczyk for the New York Times.


Illustration "Some Cultures Treat Menstruation With Respect" by Hanna Barczyk for N.P.R.


Illustration "A 'Therapeutic' Approach to Financial Planning" by Randy Pollak for The WSJ.


Illustration "Children Caught in a Racist System" by Hanna Barczyk for the New York Times.


llustration "I'm addicting to buying art" by Carlos Zamora for the Observer.


Illustration "My Friend Asked Me to Be Her Egg Donor" by Veronica Grech for the Observer.


New illustrations "Family" by the by Céline Malépart for the Observer.


Illustration "Will Doctors Soon Be Prescribing Video Games For Mental Health?" by Lorenzo Gritti for N.P.R.


Illustration "How To Leave Your Kids Money Without Screwing Them Up" by Lorenzo Gritti for the Observer.


Illustration "Can Old and Young Really Build Lasting Friendships?" by Patric Sandri for The Observer.


Illustration "What's In A Namaste? Depends If You Live In India Or The U.S." by Hanna Barczyk for N.P.R.


"An Act That Enabled Acceptance" by Hanna Barczyk for The New York Times.


Illustration "The Sandwich generation"created by Randy Pollak for Research Magazine.


Illustration "Workers Comp Awards" created by Randy Pollak for Property Casualty Group


Illustration "Waiting for the Alzheimer's drug" by Hanna Barczyk for The Wall Street Journal, The Business & Technology section.


Illustration "Why We Play Sports: Winning Motivates, But Can Backfire, Too" by Lorenzo Gritti for N.P.R.


Illustration "Can the right house make you happy?" by Veronica Grech for the New York Observer.


Illustration "A crime of passion: When the love of yogurt burned too bright" by Adolfo Valle for N.P.R.


Illustration "Should Doctors And Drugmakers Keep Their Distance?" by Lorenzo Gritti for N.P.R.


Illustration "Propaganda" by Hanna Barczyk for Ad Age.


One full color illustration by Raquel Aparicio about Western Medicine and insomnia for Virginia Quarterly Review.


Cover by Carlos Zamora created for the New York Observer:
Observer's LA Power List: The dealmakers, creatives, philanthropists and pols who pull the strings on the Left Coast and beyond".


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the Los Angeles Times/Affairs! "UCLA student makes a brand new start of it in old L.A."


Illustration from Veronica Grech "Don't Judge Us by Jezebel" about the television show on TVOne, Born Again Virgins for Ebony Magazine.


Cover and inside illustration by Boris Semeniako for the New Jersey Monthly Magazine.


Two illustrations "Move your toaster, change your health" by Pablo Amargo for More Magazine. <br>You can trick yourself into eating better and exercising more by switching your kitchen, dinning room and office.


Illustration "Need A Hand? Don't Worry, The Ghanaians Got Your Back" by Hanna Barczyk for N.P.R.


Illustration "Rape on TV" by Hanna Barczyk for the Los Angeles Times.


Illustration "Personal Space" by Adolfo Valle for the NPR.


Illustration "Shore Events" by Veronica Grech for the New Jersey Monthly Magazine.


Illustration "Breakfast at the beach" by Veronica Grech for the New Jersey Monthly Magazine.


Illustration "Full House" by Nina Cuneo created for the 2015 Rabbit calendar is selected as a Merit awarded work to be published in the 3x3 Illustration Annual No. 12.


Illustration by Patric Sandri "The First Time I Bought Art - And What I've Learned Since" for the Observer.


Cover illustration "Voltron "by Randy Pollak for the Commercial Observer.


Illustration "Use REITs to Invest Like a Property Mogul" by Randy Pollak created for The WSJ.


Illustration by Errata Carmona created for Adweek: "Here's How to Make Your Marketing War Room More Zeitgeist Than Zombie".


Cover by Boris Semeniako created for Le Monde diplomatique is selected in 3x3 International Show No. 12
[Special issue on the history of the XXth century].


Illustration by Miguel Porlan "Airbrushing the Internet" created for the Wall Street Journal is selected in 3x3 International Illustration Show No.12


Poster by Carlos Zamora created for the Laumeier Sculpture Park Art Fair was selected as a Merit awarded work to be published in the 3x3 Illustration Annual No. 12.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk created for L.A. Times "An answering blowing in the wind chimes" was selected with 'Honorable Mention' for the 3x3 Illustration No. 12 online gallery.


Illustration for NPR by Hanna Barczyk: "He Was In A Cab Stuck In Traffic. A Beggar Asked For Alms...";


Illustration by Raquel Aparicio about how to tone up with boxing, nowadays it is a common practice among Victoria's Secret models.


Illustration "Young or Old, Big Life Changes Lead to Big Buying Changes" by Patric Sandri for Advertising Age.


Cover by Carlos Zamora for the Observer about healthy, organic, superfood products.


Illustration "Mobile payments" by Miguel Porlan for Fast Company.


Illustration by Errata Carmona for Johns Hopkins Health Review for an article about "six things not to say to someone with depression".


Illustration by Pablo Amargo for Johns Hopkins Magazine. Often, the most right business decisions are obtained when, instead of thinking rationally evaluating the data, we are carrying away by the free and intuitive thinking.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk for NPR: "How Do You Motivate Kids To Stop Skipping School?". How giving rewards to children at school can be more harmful then motivating.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk "Though Shalt Worship None of the Above" for the NYT.


Cover illustration for the Observer by Lorenzo Gritti about "The Social Commute: How the Big Schlep Is Changing the Way New Yorkers Live".


Amsterdam by Carlos Zamora for the Wall Street Journal.


Illustrations by Carlos Zamora created for an article "As Auctions Go Digital, Hackers Set Their Sights On Buyers' Data" in New York Observer.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk for NPR "What-if-americans-ate-like-south-africans-and-vice-versa"


"Share holder value" by Patric Sandri for McKinsey Quarterly.


Cosmetic Electrotherapy by Lorenzo Gritti for the Wall Street Journal Magazine.


"Steered toward a blind date" by Hanna Barczyk for L.A. Affairs.


Illustration "Are models being forced into extreme measures to control their weight?" by Veronica Grech for the Observer.


Poster created by Hanna Barczyk for a documentary "Kingdom of Shadows" about destructive consequences of the U.S . - Mexico drug war.


Earth Day spot illustrations by Miguel Porlan for The New York Times Book Review. Rain, rust, bed bugs and seeds.


New illustration "Take the car" by Veronica Grech for the New York Observer. Buying a luxury car straight from the European manufactures not only make for a fabulous summer trip, great deals are possible too.


New illustration "Money Laundering" by Errata Carmona for the Commercial Observer.


Illustration "Are Millennials buying or renting?" by Lorenzo Gritti for the Commercial Observer.


Illustrations "Multifamily Meltdown" by Carlos Zamora for the New York Observer, article on the 421a tax abatement from 1971 that ensured lower property taxes for up to 25 years for approved new apartment buildings in Manhattan.


"On the Hunt for Higher Returns" by Randy Pollak for The Wall Street Journal​, Weekend Investor.Peer-to-peer lending and frontier markets are among the areas attracting some bold investors.


Illustration "What happens in your head after a concussion" by Lorenzo Gritti for NPR.


"Three Things the Wealth Management Industry Isn't Telling You" by Veronica Grech for the New York Observer.


We are so pleased to announce that Miguel Porlan' s illustration "Airbrushing the internet" created for the Wall Street Journal is a selected winner in the American Illustration 34.


New illustration "The wisdom of perversity" by Lorenzo Gritti for The New York Times Sunday Book Review.


"Protecting your inheritance" by Joseph Daniel Fiedler for the New York Observer.


"Why am I running myself into misery?" by Errata Carmona for The Boston Globe.


The newest artist represented by Purple Rain Illustrators, Carlos Zamora has created a winning illustration for the American Illustration 34.


Illustration "Maybe You Should Skip That Annual Physical" by Lorenzo Gritti for NPR.


Poster by Pablo Amargo "Erotic Tales" is selected winner in the American Illustration 34.


"Delivering Hope" by Hanna Barczyk for the Washington Post.


"Prince Harming" by Veronica Grech for The New York Observer.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk for NPR.
"A Virus In Your Mouth Helps Fight The Flu"


Raquel Aparicio worked with David Llewellyn & Ida Kristin and animator Jorge Parrason on a video "Only God Knows" from their duo debut album "Songs Around The Kitchen Table".
We are all looking forward to the release online: April 13th 2015.


"Mosquitoes Can Smell Inside Your Blood" by Hanna Barczyk​ created for NPR.


Congratulations to Boris Semeniako for winning a SND award of excellence for this illustration. It was created for an article in the Boston Globe; "Spy. Assassinate. Protect." To stay ahead of ruthless enemies, the US needs an agency that doesn’t play nice.


Congratulations to Miguel Porlan for winning an award of excellence from SND for the cover illustration created for the Boston Magazine.


Can we microchip our kids to prevent kidnapping? - illustration by Errata Carmona for the New York Observer.


"By downtown...What do you mean?". Map by Boris Semeniako for The Commercial Observer.


New illustration by Lorenzo Gritti for the New York Observer about a Shaman Doctor and a six weeks "Not Ejaculating" Therapy for Anxiety.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk created for NPR: "Alarming Number Of Women Think Spousal Abuse Is Sometimes OK".


New illustration by Miguel Porlan for today's The New York Times; Opinion Pages LETTERS about immigration policy.


Beer label with Raquel Aparicio’s image produced by Collective Arts Brewing.


Illustration "The dangers of household connectivity" by Adolfo Valle for The National Journal.


Illustration by Veronica Grech "Talking beauty".
Amanda Fillipacchi, author of great new novel "The Unfortunate Importance of Beauty" believes beauty is a deadly weapon. A new novel cements a painful truth: Prince Charming wants a looker.


New illustration by Hanna Barczyk created for The New York Times, Opinion Pages LETTERS "Culture, Religion and Sex Education".


Illustration "Friend in deed" by Hanna Barczyk for the Runner's World Magazine.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk for NPR; "People With Low Incomes Say They Pay A Price In Poor Health".


llustration by Adolfo Valle for the Boston Globe, Op-ed about complicit in racism and police brutality.


Congratulations to Pablo Amargo whose poster was chosen into the SOI traveling tour. Every year only 40 pieces are chosen out of the entire exhibit to be featured in the annual traveling show.
This poster was also selected last Fall by by HOW's International Design Awards.


Illustration by Carlos Zamora for the New York Observer about art dealers misplacing artwork.


Carlos Zamora joined our group.
Take a look at his portfolios: Carlos Zamora Portfolio
http://carloszamora.com


Great News! Miguel Porlan' s spot illustrations "The Boss" created for The New Yorker have been selected by Communication Arts and will be included in the Illustration Annual 56, the May/June 2015 issue.


Illustrations "Mid-life crises" by Patric Sandri created for Scientific American Mind.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk for the NYT Opinion pages, article by Oliver Sacks "My own Life" on learning he has terminal cancer.


Two Illustrations by Raquel Aparicio "Guide to landing an auction house job" for the New York Observer.


Illustration by Veronica Grech “Are runway shows out of fashion” for the New York Observer.


New illustrations by Hanna Barczyk for New York Observer, The Art World’s Biggest Lie: A Collector Debunks Art as an Investment.


llustrations by Pablo Amargo for the Washington Post representing different sources of wealth.


Illustration by Raquel Aparicio for the Book Review "Leaving before the Rains Come", Boston Globe.


Illustration "Why I turned down 20K a month from a Sugar Daddy" by Hanna Barczyk for The New York Observer.


Illustrations by Miguel Porlan created for the Saturday Life, Boston Globe.


Two new illustrations by Lorenzo Gritti: The promise and limits of 'mental health first aid' for The Boston Globe, Ideas section.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk "Too many patients forgo getting a second poinion" for The Boston Globe.


llustration by Hanna Barczyk "The Romance of Wine" for The New York Times, Food section.


Illustration by Miguel Porlan for The New York Times about teaching personality in school.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk "Laugh your worries away" for The Boston Globe.


Illustration by Boris Semeniako for Le Monde about what's going on after "Je suis Charlie".


Illustration about Winter depression by Raquela Aparicio for the Boston Globe Magazine.


Illustration by Miguel Porlan "Truly Altruistic Ads Don't Just Raise Money, They Enrich the Culture" for Adweek.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk "Why I won't serve Israel" for the International edition of the New York Times, Opinion Pages.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk created for the Los Angeles Times/L.A. Affairs about dating and finding the right guy.


Illustration "How to Save Your Life" by Hanna Barczyk for The New York Times.


Three out of three-part series by Patric Sandri about restaurant workers' rights for The Boston Globe.
"Diners should demand high quality for workers as well as the food”.


Two out of three-part series by Patric Sandri about restaurant workers' rights for The Boston Globe.
"Deny city permits to restaurants that steal from workers"


Illustration by Randy Pollak "What professional investors expect in 2015" for the Wall Street Journal.


Illustration "They exchanged electricity — and shared a love of words…” by Joseph Daniel Fiedler for the LA Times, Affairs column.


Series of spot illustrations "The Boss" by Miguel Porlan for The New Yorker.


Illustration by Veronica Grech "Rooms With No View" created for the New York Observer.


Illustration by Veronica Grech "Discomfort and Joy of the Holiday office party” for the Style Section, Washington Post.


Illustration by Miguel Porlan “Welcome to the big top” for The New York Observer.


Illustration by Patric Sandri about restaurant workers’ rights for Op-Ed, Boston Globe.


Illustration by Hanna Barczyk created for The Wall Street Journal for an article "How to Break Your Bad Work Habits”.


Poster illustrated and designed by Pablo Amargo was selected by HOW’s International Design Awards.


Illustration by Veronica Grech for The New York Observer: "Doormen don't say No”.


New Illustration by Boris Semeniako for the Boston Globe cover story about "Students give up digital lives for a weekend”.


Aurelia Foronty’s book cover “In the eyes of the wolf” is selected in The Society of Illustrators 57 Annual Exhibition and Book.


Pablo Amargo’s poster is selected by the Society of Illustrators 57 Annual Exhibition and Book.


Pablo Amargo’s series of spots created for The New Yorker are selected by the Society of Illustrators 57 Annual Exhibition and Book.


Veronica Grech's image created for The Boston Globe Ski Guide is selected by the Society of Illustrators 57 Annual Exhibition and Book.


Lorenzo Gritti poster created for The Tuberculosis Campaign is in The Society Of Illustrators 57 Annual Exhibition and Book.


Illustration "Airbrushing the Internet" by Miguel Porlan created for The Wall Street Journal. Article: Airbrushing the Internet


Illustration by Lorenzo Gritti for The Wall Street Journal Magazine November 2014, about Windmill using Racing Cars Technology.


Cover illustration by Miguel Porlan “Why do people earn what they earn” for the Boston Globe Magazine.
http://www.bostonglobe.com/magazine/2014/11/02


Illustration by Joseph Daniel Fiedler "Deals made in heaven" for New Orleans magazine.


Illustration "Too big for one. Too hard to let go" by Patric Sandri for the Real Estate section of Boston Globe.
http://www.bostonglobe.com/lifestyle/2014/11/01/mfhcover/l5UfuQwl5Qh269G9kFQJiK/story.html


New spot series “Wind Vanes” by Miguel Porlan created for the New Yorker.
Click the link below to see them individually:
http://miguelporlan.com/work/wind-vanes-the-new-yorker-spot-series/


Illustration by Errata Carmona "Micro Cosmopolitan” for New York Observer.


Two illustrations by Errata Carmona for Business Shot Magazine about store owners selling the building their business is housed in to save on taxes.


Illustration by Randy Pollak for National Journal about millionaires of Silicon Valley getting involved in dark money political contributions.


Illustration by Randy Pollak for The WSJ - How to Pick the Right Health Plan for 2015.


Illustration by Joseph Daniel Fiedler created for the cover of Commonweal Magazine - 90th Anniversary Issue featuring many of the great writers who have contributed over the years.


Illustration by Miguel Porlan created for the New York Observer, an article about serial home shoppers. People look at 100s of homes before they buy and that's very frustrating to the broker.


Series of spots by Pablo Amargo for The New Yorker?.


Illustration by Veronica Grech created for the Travel section of Washington Post about "How I learned to stop worrying and love RV-ing”.


New book cover by Nina Cuneo "A simple case of Angels”.


llustration by Boris Séméniako for the Op-Ed page, Boston Globe. Article: "Spy. Assassinate. Protect.” To stay ahead of ruthless enemies, the US needs an agency that doesn’t play nice.


Cover Illustration by Adolfo Valle for the National Journal about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


Illustration by Randy Pollak "Clean Up That Cluttered Portfolio: How Simplifying Your Investments Can Help You.”, for Sunday Wall Street Journal LEDE, Sept 13th, 2014 issue.


Illustration by Miguel Porlan "The G.O.P.’s Edge in House Elections” for the New York Times, Letters page.


Illustration about "The rise of Generation Amex” by Raquel Aparicio for The New York Observer, Kirshenbaum column.


New illustration by Raquel Aparicio "Terror Stories"


New illustration "The evolving organization" by Boris Semeniako for McKinsey.


Illustration by Joseph Daniel Fiedler for the New York Observer, Arts column, about art dealers bidding up their clients work.


Illustration by Errata Carmona "When Self invention meets spin" for the New York Observer, Kirshenbaum column.


Illustration by Joseph Daniel Fiedler for the LA Times.
http://www.latimes.com/style/laaffairs/la-hm-affairs-20140809-story.html


Illustration “Winning the childhood obesity battle” by Randy Pollak for American School Board Journal.


Illustration by Boris Séméniako “Children and memory” created for Scientific American Mind Magazine.


Illustrations ”Renters Guide" by Joseph Daniel Fiedler created for State Farm Magazine.


Illustration “Reunion on the river” by Joseph Daniel Fiedler created for the Mysterious Ways Magazine.


New illustration by Adolfo Valle for Shot Business Magazine about different minds and personailties service professionals have to identify when trying to make sales.


Illustrations by Patric Sandri created for the Boston Globe, Health and Wellness section about Scientists hoping to ease interpretation of the DNA ‘book of life’.


Series of spot illustrations by Pablo Amargo for the New Yorker.


Illustrations by Nina Cuneo for 2015 Calendar. A year full of fun in a happy rabbit family, 5 brothers and sisters, with friends and relatives. The parents are always hidden somehow as it's a year of children.


Illustration "Finding Mom" by Raquel Aparicio for the Middlebury College.


Illustration by Randy Pollak "Sisyphus" created for the Milken Institute, an article regarding Hollywood's plan to continue to make large scale blockbusters and how, while it is making them loads of money now, may not be the best practice for the future.


Poster and design by Pablo Amargo. "Paris. Quartier D'été" is one of the most important summer events in Paris. From mid-July to early August, theater has a large presence in the French capital with performances intended for all audiences


Illustration by Lorenzo Gritti created for The National Journal about Breacking The Tension.


Illustration by Lorenzo Gritti created for The National Journal about: "Saving The World From Financial Calamity".


Illustration by Pablo Amargo created for the Business section of the Boston Globe Magazine, for a story about the ONE FUND started after the Boston Marathon bombing and the remarkable coming together of a community to aide the victims.


Illustration by Miguel Porlan "Blow Up HR" for Harvard Business Review..


New images by Lorenzo Gritti created for The Boston Globe about choosing the right time to have a joint replaced may now be easier, thanks to extensive tracking of patients who’ve already had the surgery.


New illustration by Joseph Daniel Fiedler for New Orleans Magazine: Building an effective school board.


New illustration by Randy Pollak for the WSJ.


A cover by Lorenzo Gritti for Backstage Magazine Summer Issue.


Recent series of spot illustrations by Pablo Amargo for the New Yorker.


Congratulations to Miguel Porlan for being selected in 3x3 Illustration Annual No. 11.
Spring in the city. Spot series for The New Yorker. Spring Style issue.
To view the spots individually open this link: http://miguelporlan.com/work/the-new-yorker-spring-style-spot-series/


Congratulations to Miguel Porlan for being selected in 3x3 Illustration Annual No. 11.
Illustration "The Transatlantic trap” for the Le Monde Diplomatique Brasil.
Article about the E.U.-U.S. free trade agreement.


Congratulations to Boris Séméniako for being selected by 3x3 Illustration Annual No. 11 with this image based on the book by Jack Kerouac "On the road”.


Ilustratour - An international Festival of Illustration, is one of the most important Illustration events held in Spain annually. This year's event is taking place from June 30th to July 11th, in Valladolid, Spain. The agenda includes guest speakers and meetings with editors.
Pablo Amargo will give his lecture entitled "Diplopía" on Sunday July 6th at 7pm, as one of the final closing speeches.
Ilustratour also holds two weeks of workshops illustration by major international figures every year. These workshops are aimed at professional artists, students or amateurs. The workshops are comprised of five days of illustrated immersion in small groups up to 25 people.
On Monday July 7th , Pablo Amargo will start his illustration workshop entitled "Single", which will run for five days in a fantastic location, the Courtyard Herreriano Museum.


Congratulations to Boris Séméniako for being selected with two images in 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 2013/2014"Lürzer's Archive.


Congratulations to Boris Séméniako for being selected with two images in 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 2013/2014"Lürzer's Archive.


Congratulations to Pablo Amargo for being selected winner by American Illustrations 33 with this poster created for the "Weekly Illustrated" conference in the New Library of Gran Canary.
Thank you jury!


Happy to announce that Miguel Porlan is an American Illustration 33 selected winner!
Series of spots for The Boston Globe Book Review section, "The best books of 2013" Thank you jury!


Pleased to share the news of Veronica Grech being selected winner in American Illustration 33. Image created for the Boston Globe for a cover of Sky and Snowboard Guide. Thank you Jury! This image was also selected in CA Annual.


Miguel Porlan is featured in the Communication Arts - Fresh section: http://www.commarts.com/fresh/miguel-porlan.html


Illustration "The French Front National, From Demonization To Fascination" by Lorenzo Gritti for Le Monde Diplomatique


New illustration by Errata Carmona for a cover of The Boston Globe Business section; an article "Upper brackets will feel weight of federal tax changes".


Illustration by Randy Pollak created for the Investment Advisor Magazine about new powers that financial advisors have - computer protection and reaching out to recruit.


Illustration by Randy Pollak created for the NEW TIMES' article on an alien convention- note the little dude getting taken away in the reflection in the eye!


Pablo Amargo received a Silver medal from the Society of Newspaper Designer's awards 2013 for an illustration created for the Boston Globe, Health section about the new treatment for Alzheimer's: brain training. Congratulations and Thank You to the art director: Lesley Becker, and A.M.E/Design Dan Zedek


Illustration by Pablo Amargo created for The New York Times Book Review "CARTHAGE" by Joyce Carol Oates.


Illustration by Adlofo Valle for an article "Lost Vets", Rhode Island Monthly.


New illustrations by Adolfo Valle about women being assaulted in India.


Illustration by Adolfo Valle created for an article "Brownells 75th anniversary", Shot Business Magazine.


Congratulations to Pablo Amargo for being selected by the Communication Arts Annual with a poster "The Erotic Tales".


Congratulations to Veronica Grech for being selected by the Communication Arts Annual. Image created for the cover of Sky and Snowboard Guide, The Boston Globe.


Congratulations to Miguel Porlan for being selected by the Communication Arts Annual. Image created for The Wall Street Journal about the failure of arts organizations. Thank you to the jury and art director David Bamundo.


Illustration by Raquel Aparicio for the Op-Ed Boston Globe about the mystery of finding out what's wrong with the child welfare system.


Series of spots by Miguel Porlan for The Boston Globe Book Review section, "The best books of 2013?


Lorenzo Gritti for the op-ed Boston Globe about Divorced and Remarried Catholics.


"Her new life, lifted from lyrics" by Joseph Daniel Fiedler for L.A Affairs column.


Joseph Daniel Fiedler for the New Orleans Magazine for an article about a deceased police officer who brought down a Medellin Cartel boss.


Illustration "Brown Dog" by Lorenzo Gritti for The NYT Book Review section, an article about a guy who likes bears and beer.


Poster by Pablo Amargo for the "Weekly Illustrated" conference in the New Library, Gran Canary from 9 to 12 December 2013


Illustrations by Nina Cuneo? created for the Italian newspaper Repubblica, Medicine section about "Herbal remedies" and its hidden dangers.


Illustrations by Nina Cuneo "Eye savers" about eyesight surgeries and problems.


Two illustrations by Miguel Porlan for Men's Health about Metabolism.


Congratulations to Pablo Amargo for having 3 images selected by the Society of Illustrators 56.


Congratulations to Lorenzo Gritti for having 4 Agatha Christie book covers selected in the SOI Illustrators 56.


Congratulations to Miguel Porlan for being selected with the New Yorker series by the Society of Illustrators 56.


Miguel Porlan for The WSJ, an article "Some arts institutions deserve to fail".


Randy Pollak for 11/23 Weekend Investor for an article "Should You Invest in Bitcoin?"


Illustration by Veronica Grech "Which New England Ski Mountain is right for you?" for The Boston Globe, Travel section.


Illustration by Veronica Grech created for the 11/24 issue of Op-ed Boston Globe about shopping on Thanksgiving Day


Veronica Grech illustrating the poem "Shiva dance" by Jose Luis Zerón Huguet for The Opticks Magazine.


Illustration by Randy Pollak created for the November issue of Investment Advisor Magazine about consumers turning down the opportunity to invest in annuities suggested by financial planners, although they are beneficial investment tools.


Illustration "Investing for the Fun of It" by Randy Pollak for the WSJ Weekend Investor, October 19th, 2013 issue.


Illustration by Joseph Daniel Fiedler "The hazards of Halloween parties" for October 19th issue of LA Times, Affairs column. La Times Column


Illustration "Mark Neal" created by Joseph Daniel Fiedler for The New Crisis


Illustration "The Dinosaur in the Room" created by Joseph Daniel Fiedler for The PMS Quarterly


Illustration "When doctors slip up" by Miguel Porlan for Miguel Porlan The New York Times Op-Ed.
Article by NY Times


New images by Nina Cuneo.


Illustration by Pablo Amargo "Brain Trust" created for the Ideas section, Boston Globe, September 29th issue.


Nathalie Dieterlé's first illustration for Sunday Boston Globe, cover for Business section about what the bank branches will look like in future.


Illustration "Countdown" by Pablo Amargo for October 13 issue of The New York Times Books Review.


Cover Illustration by Randy Pollak for the Library Journal.


Errata Carmona for The Boston Globe Book Review:
The writer Charles Baxter, in an excellent essay called "Lush Life," argues for a kind of writing that mimics and reinforces the way our minds experience time. This "lushness," as Baxter calls it, is the singular strength of the fiction writer Andres Dubus III. Dubus, author of the memoir Townie and the novel House of Sand and Fog, has a new book out, Dirty Love. It'scomposed of four novellas, and in each Dubus manages to haunt the present narrative with hordes of memories from his characters' pasts.


Nina Cuneo created a new blog where children can order coloring pages with her illustrations.


Pablo Amargo for Sunday 9/14 issue of The NYT, Op-Ed section for an article about doctors' payments.


Miguel Porlan for 9/16 issue of Adweek, an article "What is advertising anyway?"


Pablo Amargo for Sunday, 9/15 issue of Boston Globe, Idea section for an article about a futuristic battle fought in the realm of cyberspace.


Images by Veronica Grech created for an annual poetry contest in September issue of Up Here Magazine.


Congratulations to Nina Cuneo for receiving a bronze medal for this image that will be reproduced in the 3x3 Picture Book Annual No.10 this Winter.


Pablo Amargo for August 6th, NYT Letters page for an article about Going Abroad to cut Health Costs.


Lorenzo Gritti for September issue of Bloomberg Markets Magazine, article about Collecting Italian Wines.


Randy Pollak for WSJ Weekend Investor about US investors seeing value in battered European stocks.


New image by Raquel Aparicio for Teaching Tolerance website "Perspectives for a Diverse America" for a story "The Rose Prince." It is a Romanian tale about a prince coming to age during war and wanting to have peace in his land .


Miguel Porlan for August 14th The NYT Letters section for an article "Invitation to a Dialogue: The Booksellers' Tale".


Miguel Porlan for August 11th The Sunday NYT, Book Review section for an article" The Village" about a BBC film crew struggles with making a documentary about an Indian prison village.


"Framed" series by Miguel Porlan for The New Yorker


Illustration "School's over; lesson learned" by Joseph Daniel Fiedler for LA Affairs.


Illustration by Pablo Amargo for La Vanguardia Newspaper about "Over-possessive mother of her son"


Illustration by Pablo Amargo for the Boston Globe about a new treatment for Alzheimer's: brain training.


Illustration by Lorenzo Gritti The Boston Globe Op-Ed for an article ""Family Business Are Better Survivors"


Congratulations to Lorenzo Gritti for having three images selected to be published in 3x3 Professional Illustration Annual No. 10


Two images by Pablo Amargo created for the Boston Globe, Ideas section, Sunday, June 30 about changes in the process of creative writing.


Image by Joseph Daniel Fiedler created for the Scrubs Magazine.


New illustration by Joseph Daniel Fiedler for New Orleans Magazine about the resurgence of the shipping industry in Louisiana.


New image by Lorezno Gritti "Spy for hire"


New cover "School for couples" by Pablo Amargo.


New portrait "Julie" by Adolfo Valle.


New image by Lorezno Gritti about women addicted to gambling.


Pablo Amargo for the NYT Sunday Book Review Section, May 26th, 2013 issue. 'My Bright Abyss,' by Christian Wiman


Pablo Amargo for the NYT Sunday Book Review Section, May 26th, 2013 issue. The Church and the State of Matrimony 'Til Faith Do Us Part,' by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Image by Lorenzo Gritti created for an article about Medical Identity Theft, Bloomberg Businesseweek.


Image by Raquel Aparicio for an article about The competitive Relationship between art and nature, Viajar Magazine in Spain.


By Randy Pollak for the weekend Investor section, WSJ, April 27, 2013.


Cover and inside image for The National (newspaper in Abu Dhabi) for an article "Lost" .


New book covers by Veronica Grech.


Poster "Book Clubs" created by Pablo Amargo for The Library Network of Cabildo de Gran Caaria 2013


Cover illustrations created by Lorenzo Gritti for series of books by Agatha Christie


Illustrations by Pablo Amargo created for a book "Casualidad" ("Chance") were selected for the American Illustration 32


An illustration "Reading into her" by Lorenzo Gritti selected for American Illustration 32


An illustration "Half Naked" by Raquel Aparicio selected for American Illustration 32


Series of spots by Miguel Porlan created for The New Yorker.


An illustration created by Pablo Amargo for an article about "Knowing What's in the Food We Eat" for the NYTimes, Letters to the Editor page, March 19th issue.


A poster "Story time" designed by Pablo Amargo for the Cabildo of Gran Canaria, Spain. This poster is the first in a series of six, about the book, which will be published throughout 2013.


Recent illustration by Joseph Daniel Fiedler created for the Education Column @ New Orleans Magazine about the LA governor's bid for a shot at the presidency.


Pablo Amargo is currently participating with his most awarded work "Chance" in "The Shadow of the tree" exhibition in the Palacio Quintanar, Segovia, Spain.
The best Spanish and international illustrators are present in this exhibition showing a wide variety of topics and techniques. In the words of curator Javier Zabala: "The only criterion that unites them all is the high quality of their graphic work".

The exhibition will be open through February 23, 2013


These images by Pablo Amargo were selected for the 2013 Communication Arts Illustration Annual 54 in a book category.


Pablo Amargo's images created for an exhibition "Patria Común" (Common Homeland) in the ABC Museum in Madrid, Spain, in which 15 prestigious illustrators recreated ten fragments of the works of Miguel Delibes written between 1947-1989. Pablo illustrated "El Camino", one of the best known works of this writer.

Exhibition will remain open from February 5th to March 31st, 2013


Illustration by Miguel Porlan "Jazz" was selected for the 2013 Communication Arts Illustration Annual 54. This image is part of Biombo, a screenprinted illustrated book by Mágoz, Miguel Montaner and Miguel Porlan. It illustrates the literary figure called enjambment-transforming as part of a handmade book.


A new illustration by Adolfo Valle about the gun control debate.