Esther Pearl Watson, 22 Twins Seeing Double, 32 x 22 inches, Mixed Media, Acrylic on Paper, 2003 (Painting featured within the 22 Twins Seeing Double on a Double Dust Jacket book designed for American Illustration).
Trenton Doyle Hancock, A Lateral Movement: Hit the Ground Punching, Acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 14 x 11 x 2 inches, 2012. (EMIT: What the Bringback Brought by Trenton Doyle Hancock featured a 72 page catalog for the Ringling and designed by Murphy Design).
Joe Sorren, Anthologia, 65 x 54 inches, 1995 - 2004. (Joe Sorren contemplated destroying this master canvas after his La Luz de Jesus exhibition. The viewing public was not ready for Joe’s first nude painting. Dozens of painted subjects make up the canvas as the main subject emerges from the past life and brings “all that’s good into the next).
Hugo Crosthwaite, Carpas Sketches No 1, No 9, No 17, Graphite, Charcoal on Paper, 8.5 x 5.25 inches, 2013. (Hugo Crosthwaite sketchbook pages in preparation for the 2013 California-Pacific Triennial curated by Dan Cameron at OCMA)
Ryan Wallace, Heaven and Hell, 50" x 27 Inches, 2001. (Chronicles first exhibition piece while student at RISDI, and featured in the book and exhibition Heaven and Hell by Mark Murphy exhibited in CA, SC, PA).