7/19/19

There are several reasons why our artists love illustrating for editorial. See new work by our artists for the Washington Post.

There are several reasons why our artists love illustrating for editorial. First, the manuscripts open new worlds to illustrate. Second, concepting adds a rich dimension to the piece. And third, the faster time frame keeps it fresh.

Today, we are delighted to feature recent work by several of our artists for the venerable Washington Post.

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Jessica Allen

Illustration on souvenirs from a variety of countries by Jessica Allen for the Washington Post Travel Section

 

Jon Cannell

Illustration on climate change by Jon Cannell for the Washington Post

 

Marco Marella

Illustration on Father’s Day by Marco Marella for the Washington Post

 

Sarah Papworth

Illustration on wellness by Sarah Papworth for the Washington Post

 

Trina Dalziel

What to do in Anaheim and Orlando besides Disney by Trina Dalziel for the Washington Post Travel Section

 

Katie Vernon

Called “the Praying Mantis” for its shape, this illustration by Katie Vernon for the Washington Post illustrates the most gerrymandered district in Maryland.

 


 

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