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Michelle Kondrich
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Experienced Illustrator available for commission.
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I'm considering switching my blog to Tumblr permanently. Here is a little something new you can find there. http://michellekondrich.tumblr.com/post/89366532049/awesome-word-choice

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The Ripple Effect of Student Debt

  All my experimentation is starting to pay off. This illustration is about the far-reaching effects of student debt in this country. The whole issue is such a shame and really hits home for my husband and myself who will likely be paying student loans…

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  This is a recent illustration I created about a woman who is tired of meeting people on the internet. She is a blogger who slowly developed an online-only relationship with a man who had commented on her blog only to discover much later that he was a…

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What's In Your Fridge? A new illustration series featuring the contents of refrigerators from around the world. 
http://michellekondrich.com/171740/3017513/portfolio/whats-in-your-fridge

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What's In Your Fridge?

  What’s in your refrigerator?  How much food is in your fridge? How much of that food has gone bad? There are a lot of variables when it comes to what’s in people’s refrigerators, but we all have one. I find food and food-related issues to be fascinating…

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Deep Sound Channel for PLANSPONSOR Magazine

  These scuba diving dogs have made their way into the March 2014 issue of PLANSPONSOR Magazine’s “Bells & Whistles” feature. I am very proud to be in this issue alongside many other incredible illustrators like Victo Ngai and Ellen Weinstein. Below is…

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Toshiko D'Elia - A Posthumous Portrait

  This latest illustration in gouache is of a woman named Toshiko D’Elia. I found her obituary in The New York Times and I was struck by her incredible life. She was born in Kyoto, Japan and after coming to the United States to teach deaf children, she…

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"Empowering Innovators: The Artist" A feature on me and my tablet for Intel.

The Artist from Intel on Vimeo. A few weeks ago I had the wonderful experience of being interviewed for a video about how I use my Microsoft Surface Pro to power my creativity. The video was created in conjunction with Efran Films and Intel. The whole…
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