Illustrator of the Week: John Jay Cabuay

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John Jay Cabuay’s vibrant, sophisticated illustrations have been published on book covers, magazine covers, advertisements and live sketching events worldwide. His wide variety of clients includes The New Yorker, Simon & Schuster, Louis Vuitton, American Express, Delta and UPS. See his work at

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