Posted on August 27, 2009 by bjgray
When it comes to the debate over universal healthcare coverage no one can accuse Americans of being apathetic. Your readers are passionate about the subject, and powerful illustrations can illuminate the issue in a way that typical, overused stock just can’t match.
This issue of Profiles features a selection of healthcare-related images that are anything but typical and they’re available for licensing from the artists at ProFile Stock
. And if you have a need for something more specific, I encourage you to work with any of the artists at ProFile Stock to create a custom solution.
Thank you for supporting artist-friendly stock.
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Posted on February 5, 2009 by bjgray
The images featured in this issue of Profiles demonstrate illustration’s unique ability provide both timely and timeless insight on current events. When today’s hot topics require fresh, intelligent concepts, good illustration can deliver thoughtful, witty, even shocking, visual solutions with up-to-the minute relevance.
As host to many of the world’s most renowned illustrators, ProFile Stock gives you instant access to extraordinary visual commentary on current events – powerful images that you won’t find anywhere else.
I hope you enjoy this sampling of images from www.profilestock.com that are especially relevant at the moment.
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