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Cover Band

2.19.14 | By Jason Kernevich | Like twitter

Book covers are crazy hard work. They need to be bold (boldly loud or boldly quiet). They should project emotion. They should match the mood of the story while not giving too much away. Be…

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Finding Inspiration

12.20.13 | By Jason Kernevich | Like twitter

This is an expanded version of a topic discussed during a presentation at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, on October 24th, 2013. What makes you weird and what makes you who you…

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New York Times Sinosphere

11.12.13 | By Jason Kernevich | Like twitter

Our work in editorial illustration often finds us juggling many similarly-themed assignments. The housing crisis, Obamacare, bipartisanship, and so on. It can get redundant at times, but we enjoy the challenge of bringing a new…

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The Great Discontent

9.12.13 | By Jason Kernevich | Like twitter

Do you find yourself religiously checking The Great Discontent every Tuesday morning to see who they are going to interview next? The website is stunningly beautiful and the content is always fascinating and a joy…

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CommArts Design Annual

9.09.13 | By Jason Kernevich | Like twitter

Communication Arts Design Annual remains one of the toughest competitions out there. This year we were honored with awards in categories as diverse as packaging, books, and integrated branding. That’s a lot of trophies on…

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Collaborators

8.05.13 | By Jason Kernevich | Like twitter

Everyone has different tricks for staying inspired in this business. I salute any and all endeavors to expand the mind and break old habits. The method that has been working best for me lately is…

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2+1 Gallery Show

6.13.13 | By Woody Harrington | Like twitter

Last Spring, Tyler School of Art offered us the chance to mentor one graduating senior with exceptional promise during a three week long program. Woody Harrington was the selected candidate, and he quickly made the…

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