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a physical representation of news articles from the New York Times dating from 1992 until 2010. Each laser-cut piece of cardboard card represents one month of articles about, or related to, the topic of 'Ireland'.

a physical representation of news articles from the New York Times dating from 1992 until 2010. Each laser-cut piece of cardboard card represents one month of articles about, or related to, the topic of 'Ireland'.

New York Times  Exciting! My illustration was in Monday’s Op Ed pages of the New York Times. Awesome art direction by Matt Dorfman.  I wish I could draw Scotland walking across a page with a suitcase every day.

New York Times Exciting! My illustration was in Monday’s Op Ed pages of the New York Times. Awesome art direction by Matt Dorfman. I wish I could draw Scotland walking across a page with a suitcase every day.

This newspaper is very clever. The design draws readers in and makes the news article look intriguing and fun. There is no picture except the clip art, but this article works because of the cute design added to the page.

This newspaper is very clever. The design draws readers in and makes the news article look intriguing and fun. There is no picture except the clip art, but this article works because of the cute design added to the page.

The New York Times: September 12, 2001                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Looking Back: Newspaper Front Pages Covering 9/11

A newspaper by the New York Times on the cease-fire in Vietnam. I'm inferring that this resolution was a great moment for the people of that time to hear of the cease-fire. How did this news first get out, and how did political leaders feel about the news?

A newspaper by the New York Times on the cease-fire in Vietnam. I'm inferring that this resolution was a great moment for the people of that time to hear of the cease-fire. How did this news first get out, and how did political leaders feel about the news?

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