Our cover illustration for the Spring 2014 issue of the Chicago Reporter — the magazine focused on “race, poverty and income inequality” that began 1972, will publish its last print issue this year in a nod… Continue reading
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Check out this mini-documentary of the 2015 StoryArts Summer Camp sessions — where Illustrated Press artist Jamie Hibdon developed and taught a series of drawing workshops exploring the hero’s journey with a group of Chicago… Continue reading
COMFORT SOCIETY PRESENTS: Illustrated Press On ‘The Kedzie Avenue Scrapbook’ Members of Illustrated Press are on deck for the next round of speakers at Comfort Society, a series of summer talks at the Comfort Station, 2579… Continue reading
Join South Side Weekly and The Illustrated Press at Cultura in Pilsen to celebrate the opening of Story Lines, a gallery show of comics journalism pieces from and about the South Side. Featuring… Continue reading
Many of you came out to our first exhibit for “Reporting Back: Neighborhood Dialogue in Humboldt Park” — and we’d love to have you back for our final presentation. CLICK HERE TO VIEW… Continue reading
Well, we had a great time presenting our take on illustrated journalism at the 9th Annual Logan Symposium in Investigative Reporting in Berekeley, California! Our panel, “New Ways to Tell An Investigative Story —… Continue reading
Check out a story about Illustrated Press co-founder Darryl Holliday out today from Mike Miner of the Chicago Reader (click on the quote or photo for the full story): The double life of… Continue reading
Our latest project will get a proper unveiling March 16 when we present a graphic journalism exhibit of neighborhood portraits and Humboldt Park stories at Cup and Spoon, 2415 W. North Ave. The exhibit is… Continue reading
Illustrated Press and writer/reporter Darryl Holliday have been honored with a 2015 Studs Terkel award for their innovative style of illustrated, street-level journalism since 2011. The award was given to “four distinguished Chicago… Continue reading
We’re very happy to have been part of Convicted in Cook, a new collaborative project featuring five years worth of data on convictions in Chicago. Illustrated Press artist Jamie Hibdon illustrated art for… Continue reading
We’re very happy to announce our upcoming book and our new publisher! “Kedzie Avenue” takes a full-length look at everyday life on a single street in Chicago. Drawing on a year’s worth of… Continue reading
Homeless folks in Chicago face many of the same challenges as low- to no- income people around the world. But city officials took those troubles one step further by constructing steepled anti-homeless barricades… Continue reading
Our short comic “Longstreet” is featured this week in New City, Chicago’s only locally owned and operated cultural weekly. The comic was edited by Ivan Brunetti for the weekly Linework column. Yes. Ivan Brunetti.
How comics journalism brings stories to life Chicago’s Illustrated Press is at the forefront of a burgeoning movement The Stingley story is just one example of a striking body of comics journalism that… Continue reading