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PRISM - American Society for Engineering Education - Logo Summer 2006 - VOLUME 15, NUMBER 9
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Ken OrvidasKen Orvidas, who illustrated the opening image in “Fertile New Ground,” lives and works in the Seattle area. His illustrations are conceptual in nature. He has created work for leading magazines, newspapers, corporations, book publishers, design firms and advertising agencies. Orvidas begins his illustrations with pencil and acrylic paint, followed by computer manipulation, editing and editing. His images have won numerous awards.



Devon BowmanThe cover illustration and the image opening the service learning story, “May I Help You?” was created by Devon Bowman, an award-winning conceptual illustrator. Since graduating from college, Bowman has worked as both a sculptor and bonsai tree designer. His clients include The Wall Street Journal, The New Republic, The New York Times and Reader’s Digest. He lives outside Toronto, Canada.



Richard Thompson
Artist Richard Thompson makes another appearance in Prism this month, this time with the pen and ink in “Feast or Famine?” His work has appeared in The Atlantic, The New Yorker, National Geographic and other national publications. His cartoon “Richard’s Poor Almanac” runs in The Washington Post every Saturday, and his comic strip “Cul de Sac,” is a regular feature in Sunday’s Washington Post magazine.

 

 




 

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MAY I HELP YOU? - By Jeffrey Selingo
FERTILE NEW GROUND - Thomas K. Grose
FEAST OR FAMINE? - By Thomas K. Grose
TOUR DE FACTORY - A behind-the-scenes look at some of the nation’s most interesting factories.
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