For a while, whenever I am downloading stock photos to save them on my computer, the stock photo has been given the default name 'file'. In the past, the default name showed the stock provider's name (together with the stock's title and a portion that pointed to dA) so it was very easy to track down who that stock was provided by. What the hell has happened?! It might just be something I am doing wrong (although evidently I haven't changed anything in my practice), or Chrome acting up (somehow a Chrome update messed up dA's system?!), but it is the most annoying thing. Other than it is a pain in the ass now to figure out later who to credit,
That's what I found. The book cover is for a 'New York Times Bestselling' author. The publisher is Henry Holt & Co., which is part of non other but the Macmillan Group. Oh, forgot to mention: no, I did not have any knowledge of this. Nice, right? Arrrgh.
...this coming Sunday (March 20th). Technically it was not a very difficult illustration; rather to find out what exactly they would have liked to convey... The article is quite an intriguing story (Sunday magazine, Arts&Style section, front page - can't reveal more than this until it is published).