Contributors: Nov. 9, 1998

Our art department, directed by Arthur Hochstein, always impresses us with its ability to make stories visually interesting. This week we'd like to recognize two of its stars:

JOE ZEFF, a deputy art director, has been a driving force in combining great visual art with useful charts and graphics that help convey complex information. This week he designed our cover package, the first installment of a series on corporate welfare. "The fun and the challenge for me," he says, "is to take a story that isn't inherently visual and try to bring it to life in ways that will interest people...

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