Taylor Callery created a series of illustrations for Education Week‘s Opinion Series, which explores the topics of Student Achievement, Community Connections Supporting Growth, Student Activism, Virtual Athletics, and Student Leadership. See more of Taylor Callery’s work here.
Taylor Callery illustrated the cover of The New York Times Sunday Business Section. Titled, “In the Covid-19 Economy, You Can Have a Kid or a Job. You Can’t Have Both.” the cover article unpacks how Covid-19 has burdened working parents with the impossible task of working from home while homeschooling their children. See more of […]
Taylor Callery created a series of illustrations for The Wall Street Journal to tell the story of returning to the workplace during the Covid-19 pandemic. Titled “Kat Returns to the Office. Her Employer Is Watching Her Closely.” this article follows a day in the life of a fictional office worker named Kat. See more of […]
Taylor Callery illustrated the cover of The Wall Street Journal’s Review section, “History of Disease.” The illustration describes the germs that have transformed history: for eons, epidemics have caused mass deaths and social upheaval, with far-reaching effects on politics, trade, migration, colonization, and conquest. See more of Taylor’s work here.
Taylor Callery’s illustration for TIME Magazine accompanies the article, “Cancel Culture Is Not Real—At Least Not in the Way People Think” This article looks at the frequently asked question: “has cancel culture gone too far?” See more of Taylor’s work here. Read the TIME article here.
Taylor Callery illustrated the Fall 2019 cover and interior spread for Boston University School of Law’s alumni magazine, The Record. Taylor’s work illustrates the magazine’s focus on criminal justice reform titled, “Unbreaking The System.” See more of Taylor’s work here. Read The Record, Fall 2019, online here.
Taylor Callery’s cover illustration for the Arts & Leisure section in the New York Times depicts the controversial case of the Central Park joggers. This illustration accompanies an article exploring Ava DuVernay’s new four-part Netflix documentary about the lives of these five men. See more of Taylor’s work here.
ThankGodIt’sMonday said no one, ever. Yesterday, The New York Times business section led with a story on Millenials’ performative workaholism. With their catchy uplifting phrases like “Rise and Grind” at Nike and Shark Tank, workers are logging 18-hour work days so they can #hustle on Instagram later. Taylor Callery illustrated the “Hustle Culture” with their tech gadgets and […]
Illustrator, Taylor Callery has been quite busy with work in the last few months. Here is his most recent piece for the Wall Street Journal’s Life & Art’s Section. The illustration accompanies the article, “Hey, That’s My Idea: When Your Boss Steals Your Work” where the article discusses the frustration when a manager takes undue credit from […]
Enjoy the latest project from the talented, Taylor Callery who illustrates for The New Republic a character titled “Windigo”. He article reflects about the history of Midwestern politics, Wisconsin Regressivism, “Undoing one of twentieth-century America’s greatest political achievements” See more work from Taylor here.
Campus publications continue to tap into our deep roster of amazing illustrators with so many different style choices. Digital, pen and ink, CGI, and photo-collage are featured below highlighting several recent University publication articles and covers. Check out the work of Dan Page, Sean McCabe, Laszlo Kubinyi, Jean Francois Podevin and Taylor Callery. Dan Page‘s […]
Client: Tufts University’s Cummings Veterinary Medicine Magazine | Description: Cover and double page spread for feature article, “The Flu Hunters.”
Village Voice Creative Director Andrew Horton is a long-time advocate of illustration as a means of illuminating stories. Since his arrival at the Voice, the paper has a fresh new look, and is filled each week with work by many of the top artists working today. We are delighted that Andrew and his team have […]
While the 2016 election cycle may seem like an endless loop of one of the Real Housewives series, this show has many months to go before it is cancelled. Each day brings new stories and opinions that require some kind of visual content. RappArt offers a wide array of fantastically talented illustrators to bring the […]