Dan Bejar's illustration won both the Society of Publication Designers and American Illustration competitions. Associate Art Director: Paula Daneze
Gary Taxali illustrated growing consumerism in Latin America by placing top-selling products in loteria cards. WInner of Latin America Ilustración.
Luba Lukova illustrated women's representation in the judicial system.
Wes Bedrosian's 3-D portrait of Putin, expressing his interest in Latin America
Neil Stevens illustrated Boz's feature on an automated future of robots and drones.
Riccardo Vecchio's portraits of Junot Díaz and Edwidge Danticat for their analysis on the current state of their native countries.
Sébastien Thibault's illustration for our feature opener explaining how Latin Americans are stepping away from the supremacy of the U.S.
Scott Laumann's portrait illustrating the Chilean President's new book.
Brian Stauffer's illustrated this feature opener for the decentralization of health care in Latin America.
Gary Neill's used the colors of the flag to further in his concept on changing internet law in Brazil.
The Society of Publication Designers recognized Luba Lukova's illustration for the plight of those in prison waiting to be sentenced.
Janet Hamlin drew this portrait of the Chilean President's feature on women's rights.
Edel Rodriguez' illustration for the complications of peace in Colombia. Associate Art Director: Paula Daneze