Here’s a quick roundup of some of the latest work from our photographers and illustrators.

Graphic Artist Filip Yip: Scenes of San Francisco
Known for his versatility and deep portfolio of icons, logos, infographics and more, designer Filip Yip captured the spirit of San Francisco in his recent icon designs.

Graphic icon of a San Francisco Giants baseball player, from designer Filip Yip
Graphic icon of the Golden Gate Bridge with a fedora over one tower, from designer Filip Yip
Graphic icon of a San Francisco trolley car, from designer Filip Yip

Matt Weems: Sales Engine
No summer vacation for Illustrator Matt Weems. First he captured the entirety of monetization culture in one high-impact image.

People as sales pistons in a conceptual illustration of the ‘sales engine’ from illustrator Matt Weems

Then he channeled the classic 1930s pen and ink style, manipulating and extending existing art for the modern purposes of the Antiquarian Book Fair.

Illustrator Matt Weems adds to existing Wizard of Oz character art in 1930s pen and ink style

Will Strawser: Farm to Table
Working in evocative video snippets, photographer and director Will Strawser explores concepts of farm to table, and all the steps between. Here’s a first peek at a longer project to come.

Eggs appear on straw in this short video from Photographer and Director Will Strawser Wheat waves in the breeze in this short Farm to Table teaser from Photographer and Videographer Will Strawswer Freshly made sausages dangle in the smokehouse, from photographer and director Will Strawser

Carolyn Vibbert: Flavors of Summer
Long after the picnics and barbecues have ended, we’ll still have these tasty illustrations from Carolyn Vibbert to hold onto until next summer.

A bright iconic depiction of a ripe tomato from Illustrator Carolyn Vibbert
A woodcut-style drawing of an avocado from Illustrator Carolyn Vibbert
A cornucopia of veggies and fruits from Illustrator Carolyn Vibbert