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Every newsletter a creative makes a special illustration for you

Every month a different artist makes a special treat for the monthly WePresent newsletter. Below you can find all the illustrations of the past issues.

Dror Cohen, November 2021

Dror Cohen shows kinship for the November newsletter.

Kissi Ussuki, October 2021

With this illustration, Kissi Ussuki kicks of cinema season in style.

Hokyoung Kim, August 2021

For the August 2021 newsletter, Hokyoung Kim explores pausing.

Andrea D'Aquino, July 2021

Andrea D'Aquino creates an illustration that captures how visually arresting art can enchant us.

Nina Turok Shapiro, May 2021

Nina Turok Shapiro grapples with the emotions around her parents moving out of her childhood home.

Alec Cumming, March 2021

Alec Cumming illustrates what legacy means to him

Liliana A Romero, February 2021

Liliana A. Romero takes action

Genie Espinosa, January 2021

Genie Espinosa illustrates escape and resolution.

Refael Idan Suissa, December 2020

Refael Idan Suissa shows there's both light and darkness in creativity.

Jesse Stone, November 2020

Jesse Stone ponders the theme of collaboration through this adventurous family.

Pedro Veneziano, October 2020

Pedro Veneziano explores different possibilities when you're open to doubt.

Gvidas Parkarklis, September 2020

This month, Gvidas Parkarklis plays a game of procrastination.

Alia Wilhem, August 2020

Artist Alia Wilhelm captures what a holiday from home looks like.

Brianna Rose Brooks, July 2020

Brianna Rose Brooks illustrates what impacts means to them.

Valerie Darkie, June 2020

Valerie Darkie's illustration about using time wisely.

Leonor Violeta, May 2020

Leonor Violeta figures out the "new normal".

Marc Majewski, April 2020

Here, Marc Majewski navigates change.

Andy Price, February 2020

Andy Price turns objects into art.

Melek Zertal, January 2020

Melek Zertal offers advise on how to get recognized for your work.

Jille Arteche, December 2019

Jill Arteche looks back on a year of learnings for the last newsletter of the decade.

Max Guther, November 2019

Max Guther explores the concept of invisibility...

Leebin Soyeon, October 2019

Leebin Soyeon gives a nod to halloween...

Sarah Hardy, September 2019

Sarah Hardy smashes the rules of creativity.

Photo by Ellis Parrinder

Jack Oliver Coles, August 2019

Jack Oliver Coles offers a glimpse of his creative home.

Lexicon love, July 2019

Lexicon love shows creativity can come from anywhere – even the tennis court.

Charlotte Edey, June 2019

Charlotte Edey captures FKA twigs

Nina Torr, May 2019

Nina Torr illustrates what the cosmos has in store for us.

Andrey Kasay, April 2019

Andrey Kasay on the topic of food.

Ojima Abalaka, March 2019

Ojima Abalaka captures the fun and joy of the (sometimes) mundaneness of life.

Scott Menchin, February 2019

Scott Menchin shows that in every bad thing there's something good.

Liana Finck, January 2019

Liana Finck on resolutions worth keeping.

Pavel Mishkin, December 2018

Pavel Mishkin on all the characters popping out of his brain and making it onto his canvas.

Nadine Redlich, November 2018

Nadine Redlich's funny character shows off its muscles.

Toto Blaauw, October 2018

Toto Blaauw on darker days.

Andrea Wan, September 2018

Andrea Wan illustrates how ideas flourish in her mind.

Thoka Maer, August 2018

Thoka Maer is on a quest to revive the forgotten Rebus.

Johanna Walderdorff, June 2018

Johanna Walderdorff's take on the World Cup in the summer of 2018.

José Antonio Roda, May 2018

José Antonio Roda illustrates a party of girls.

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