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Some medalists from the Society of Illustrators' 37th annual American Illustration exhibition, on display in New York

Here's a glimpse of a few of the winners, all to be seen in the Society's annual next year. Left: Canadian illustrator Mark Summers' cover for 'Moby Dick,' part of series of classics re-issued by Barnes & Noble, which earned him a Gold in the Book division. Gold also to Greg Spalenka for this poster for the Open Hand Organization's San Francisco food and gift show

John Collier picked up two Golds: in the Editorial category for a Texas Monthly image, and an Institutional Gold for this Edith Wharton calendar cover, created for Macmillan Publishing and designed by Wendy Batteau and Louise Fili

Editorial Silver-winner Kent Williams of Chapel Hill, N.C., invokes a little canine humor in oils for a story about dogs in the workplace for Security Management magazine

A Books Gold to Mark Ryden for Mattel's 'The Art of Barbie,' a collection of images that incorporate the synthetic superbabe's original graphics

Mike Benny's portrait of baseball legend Josh Gibson, part of a series he illustrated for Sacramento agency Seraphein Beyn, picked up aGold in the

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