LEVY CREATIVE BLOG - Posts Tagged the washington post

MICHAEL BYERS | OUTERNET FOR TODAY’S WASHINGTON POST STYLE SECTION!

Here’s a great illustration that MICHAEL BYERS did for The Washington Post Style section called “Outernet.” The article is about how a neighborhood in DC called NoMa is providing free WiFi and as such further asks the question of why WiFi isn’t free everywhere else. Such a fun piece by Mike, obsessed with …

Posted on 04/30/2014 for MICHAEL BYERS
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MICHAEL BYERS | CONCIERGE SERVICE FOR THE CAPITAL BUSINESS, A PUBLICATION OF THE WASHINGTON POST

MICHAEL BYERS creates a fun piece for Capital Business, a publication of The Washington Post. This was for a piece on how “Buzzuto turns to concierges to make apartment living worthwhile.”

Posted on 04/14/2014 for MICHAEL BYERS, Uncategorized
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MICHAEL BYERS | MORE LINKEDIN FOR THE WASHINGTON POST

MICHAEL BYERS illustrates his 2nd fabulous piece on LinkedIn for the cover of Sunday Business section in The Washington Post . This one was also for an article on how LinkedIn collects and connects big data, human resources. Linkedin is trying to figure out what to do with all of the data that they …

Posted on 08/13/2013 for MICHAEL BYERS
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MICHAEL BYERS | “THE HUNT FOR TALENT” FOR CAPITAL BUSINESS

Awesome new cover illustration by MICHAEL BYERS for Capital Business for The Washington Post. This was a story on LinkedIn called “How LinkedIn has changed the way you might get your next job… As LinkedIn has exploded — perhaps because it has exploded — there has been a major shift  in the way employers …

Posted on 08/05/2013 for MICHAEL BYERS
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MICHAEL BYERS | “MY DRAMA” FOR THE WASHINGTON POST MAGAZINE!

Here’s a great assignment that many people I know can relate to! MIKE BYERS was asked to do a feature spread + 3 great spots for The Washington Post Magazine for a humorous story on ups and downs of becoming a real playwright & trying to make it big on the theater scene. The …

Posted on 04/26/2013 for MICHAEL BYERS
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MICHAEL BYERS | “FINDING GEMS AMONG ABANDONED JUNK” FOR THE WASHINGTON POST

Levy Creative Management artist MICHAEL BYERS creates a great illustration for The Washington Post called “Finding Gems Among Abandoned Junk.”

“When storage renters miss payments, the units go to auction mostly sight unseen — and bidders pay, swoop in and dig.” Thanks for featuring Mike’s illo on the front page of the website on Friday! :)…

Posted on 08/27/2012 for MICHAEL BYERS
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MICHAEL BYERS | SPOILED MILLENIALS MAKING THE WORKPLACE A BETTER PLACE FOR EVERYONE FOR THE WASHINGTON POST

Levy Creative Management artist MICHAEL BYERS creates a really fun illustration for The Washington Poston how spoiled Millenials are making the workplace a better place. Here’s a clip from the article…”Now this pampered, over-praised, relentlessly self-confident generation (at age 30, I consider myself a sort of older sister to them) is flooding the workplace. They’ll …

Posted on 08/17/2012 for MICHAEL BYERS
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MICHAEL BYERS | ACCEPTED INTO THE “CHOSEN” ONLINE AMERICAN ILLUSTRATION 31 GALLERY

Levy Creative Management artist MICHAEL BYERS is accepted into the “Chosen” online American Illustration 31 Gallery! Mike has two images that will be featured in this gallery. The first image is called “Anne B,” a personal piece done for WORK/LIFE 2 the follow up to Uppercase’s WORK/LIFE illustration directory book, and the 2nd piece is …

Posted on 04/10/2012 for MICHAEL BYERS
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DAVID JUNKIN | WILL WE EVER FIND OSAMA BIN LADEN FOR THE WASHINGTON POST

Levy Creative Management artist DAVID JUNKIN captivates us all with his new image of Osama Bin Laden for The Washington Post. This is for an article published in Sunday’s paper on 1/30/11 called “Will we ever find Osama Bin Laden? Don’t count on it.” To read the full article, go here and see where …

Posted on 01/31/2011 for DAVID JUNKIN
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KAKO | OUR MOB MENTALITY FOR WASHINGTON POST

Levy Creative Management artist KAKO blows it out of the park with this new illustration for The Washington Post. “Boardwalk Empire” is no ‘Sopranos,’ but it’s full of corrupt men we’ll love to hate.” Guess we’ll all have to watch it to find out!

Here is the layout along with the final illustration!

Posted on 09/20/2010 for KAKO
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