As illustrators, we are put to work to interpret words into images. Lines, shapes and colors represent ideas, opinions and conclusions — the visual crux of a story. Though we often yield to communicate factual information, we yearn for disruptions of the ordinary and predictable. In this issue, our staff chooses literary quotations to reinterpret with our own humorous twists. Hunker down with the non sequiturs and explore the curious nature of an illustrator’s mind.