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Tom Froese, this issue’s cover illustrator, is a commercial artist whose work has appeared in Monocle, Harvard Business Review, and Wired. He also illustrated Stickyscapes: New York, a sticker book, published earlier this year. Tom regularly collaborates with Everlovin’ Press to create hand-printed letterpress products. He works out of an old converted hog barn in British Columbia.

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