• Perspectives
    Lawyers transitioning to the business side of corporations.Cover illustration, University of Minnesota- College of Law. AD/Editor: Cynthia Huff
  • Home and Work
    University of Chicago Press
  • Fortune Magazine
  • GQ
    What Women Want in Bed: Sex Positions. PE Tyler Pappas
  • Fast Company
    Standing apart from your colleagues
  • Novus
    Time management. AD: Claude Martel, integrate
  • Village Voice
    AD: John Dixon
  • Unportfolio
  • Garage Fonts
    AD: David Carson
  • Newsweek
    New Years look ahead for the economic year
  • Family Circle
    Family Diets. AD: Lisa Kelsey
  • WSJ
    Romance in the workplace. AD: Sue Foster
  • Businessweek
    Mass exodus from a big Wall Street firm.
  • Unportolio
  • Unportfolio
    Some day your ship will come in.
  • WSJ
    The growth of tax rules. AD: Mark Tyner
  • C-Suite
    University of Minnesota AD: Cynthia Huff
  • New York Times
    Nudism in the city (cover). AD: Ken McFarlin
  • Perspectives
    Cover illustration, University of Minnesota- College of Law. AD/Editor: Cynthia Huff
  • CFO
    The bookkeeping complications that gift cards cause. AD: Robert Lesser
  • Gren Linett Records
    CD cover for anniversary compilation
  • Perspectives
    Administrative tax law. Cover illustration, University of Minnesota- College of Law. (AD/Editor: Cynthia Huff)
  • Washington Post
    Home Mortgages
  • Perspectives
    Alternative Justice Through Mediation – University of Minnesota – College of Law (AD: Cynthia Currie)

unportfolio-logoSince 1991, Stephen Webster has been using cheap plastic toys in fake settings as metaphors for much more important things. With old library card catalog files stuffed with little objects, the toys still act as a muse to many new projects.

While often imitated, but never duplicated this style makes a big idea approachable in a way that Photo District News once described as resembling “a head on collision between René Magritte, a View Master, and the Brady Bunch.”