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“I can't count how many years I've been with Workbook, but with every year I am, I always get work directly related to the ads I put in. It's really been a great service, and the folks at Workbook always treat me really well.”

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Carlo Stanga's new book, "I am Milan"
In “I Am the City,” each title will have Carlo introduce a different locale by referencing the local lifestyle and mood, in addition to the different monuments and other architectural characteristics that most define it. This series is not just an architectural homage, although it certainly tips its hat. Instead, it very rightly remembers that a city is a living and breathing entity – one that has a unique history, but continues to evolve and grow. The series begins with “Milan”...(Read more)
Dan Bejar selected to AMerican Illustration 34
Dan Bejar's Academic Brain Drain" for Americas Quarterly has been selected for inclusion in the 2015 American Illustration 34 book. The full page illustration addresses Mexico's U.S. trained scholars immigrating back to the United States for better conditions in academics and research funding.(Read more)
Zave Smith: Philip and Eleanor
Last winter, I realized I had developed the skills to produce a documentary film about my parent’s lives. Philip & Eleanor Smith were just teenagers when they married in 1945. Seventy years later, they are still an active busy couple fully engaged in their own and their family’s lives.
Initially I dismissed this idea. It did not feel compelling. I mentioned it to my friend and photographer Steve Prezant. He said, “I can understand why you would not want to do this, but I can tell you that if you don’t, you will regret it one day”.(Read more)

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