Ellen Weinstein's art for the NPR Wall Calendar.
October 16, 2013 With so many great designs for the newest NPR calendar, we went ahead and added an extra month.
NPR Threadless design challenge winner Jessica Roush.
Emily Davidson/courtesy of Jessica Roush
October 15, 2013 This week NPR is debuting its newest t-shirt, and it's unlike any other we've had before. Meet Jessica Roush, the artist who designed our new tee as part of the NPR + Threadless design challenge.
Rich Tu's art for the 2014 NPR Wall Calendar.
October 11, 2013 It's round two - or Tu more accurately - for one contributor to the 2014 NPR Wall Calendar. Award-winning designer Rich Tu, who "spends his time getting ink on his 'good shirt,'" created both the cover and December artwork for out latest calendar.
NPR's Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! Official Judge and Scorekeeper Carl Kasell
October 9, 2013 When Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! rolled out its new logo and new swag at a recent road show, Carl Kasell came back dressed like an MLB team manager - decked out head-to-toe in the new 'team' gear.
Keith Negley's art for the 2014 NPR Wall Calendar.
October 1, 2013 Thanksgiving may still be a couple holidays away according to the 2013 clock, but it's the centerpiece behind this illustration from next year's NPR Wall Calendar.
Richie Pope's illustration appears alongside August in the 2014 NPR Wall Calendar.
September 25, 2013 For the new NPR Wall Calendar, Richmond, VA, illustrator Richie Pope was inspired by NPR Music to create an imagined world where music boxes reach higher than people and each contains a special sound to explore.
Graham Erwin's art for the 2014 NPR Wall Calendar.
September 19, 2013 A few weeks ago, we shared a piece of NPR calendar art such a long time coming that its roots can be traced back to a time of cassette tapes. Turns out, we've got another talented artist adding to the new calendar who had big dreams at an early age.
Jonathan Bartlett's art for the 2014 NPR Wall Calendar.
September 12, 2013 Selecting illustrator Jonathan Bartlett to contribute to the 2014 NPR Wall Calendar was a perfect fit because he has been recognized for his ability to tell stories, which we also hold near and dear to our hearts at NPR.
Leigh Guldig's illustration for the 2014 NPR Wall Calendar.
September 4, 2013 We often catch people saying (or typing), "I heard it on NPR." This is pretty edifying feedback for an organization who's mission is to create a more informed public. Leigh Guldig took this familiar saying, added her creativity and turned it into a piece of art for the newest NPR Wall Calendar.
September 3, 2013 It's the last week of the NPR and Threadless t-shirt design challenge, which means we need your help rating designs. What's more - you can win NPR swag just for voting!
Gaby D'Alessandro's illustration for the 2014 NPR Wall Calendar.
August 27, 2013 At age six, Gaby D'Alessandro started her own radio show using a Fisher-Price tape recorder and cassettes that she gave to her friends and family. Now she's designing artwork for the 2014 NPR Wall Calendar. Check out her design!
Jillian Nickell designed this artwork for the 2014 NPR Wall Calendar.
August 22, 2013 We corralled experienced chicken wrangler and artist Jillian Nickell into designing a lovely piece for our 2014 NPR Wall Calendar.
August 21, 2013 NPR is teaming up with you, our devoted listeners, and the online design community Threadless, to create a new NPR t-shirt.
Baltimore-based artist Julianna Brion's illustration designed for the 2014 NPR Wall Calendar.
August 15, 2013 For Baltimore-based artist Julianna Brion, NPR news and stories turn ordinary walks around town into global adventures. It's illustrated in the artwork she created for the 2014 NPR Wall Calendar.
Designer and illustrator Luke Bott, of Wichita, KS, contributed this art for the 2014 NPR Wall Calendar.
August 7, 2013 Luke Bott, a Kansas-based artist and KMUW Wichita listener, didn't have to look very far for inspiration to illustrate his piece for the 2014 NPR Wall Calendar. The muse came from "memories of [his] dad riding his unicycle around town while listening to NPR."
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