Cover and interior illustrations for German newspaper Handelsblatt, about the domestic and foreign policy of Germany. Thanks to AD Nikolas Janitzki.
Latest couple of illustrations for Columbia University School of Nursing: why nursing students should be empowered to be advocates and activists, in order to make their voice heard by governments and health care institutions and influence the Congress' decisions. Full article here. Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always.
It's great to hear that this editorial project made for Science has received a Folio: Ozzie Award.
Huge thanks to the judges and to the art directors of Science, Chrystal Smith and Beth Rakouskas!
New cover art for BBC World Histories. In this feature on nuclear weapons, a panel of experts addresses a sensitive issue: has the world’s atomic arsenal helped maintain global peace?
Thanks to AD Susanne Frank, as always.
Illustration for Diablo Magazine about how bridging the political divide requires mutual respect and the ability to listen. Article by Nicholas Boer here. Thanks to AD Deanne O'Connor for the assignment.
Cover art of BBC World Histories, magazine from the makers of BBC History Magazine, about the role of past empires in the progress of society. Thanks to AD Susanne Frank!
Illustration for the upcoming issue of Monmouth magazine: how can we cut through the polarizing partisanship that has gripped political discourse?
Thanks to AD Patrick Kirchner and Tony Marchetti for the assignment.
A recent illustration for Science about the science of democracy. Authors feel political science has to be more like medicine in helping to promote a more normal situation, in order to move beyond the current dysfunctional and partisan situation in the US.
Thanks to AD Chrystal Smith, as usual!
Cover art of BBC World Histories, new magazine from the makers of BBC History Magazine. The main theme of this second issue is the continuation of the Cold War to the present day.
Thanks to AD Susanne Frank.
Some illustrations featured on Science magazine's latest issue. The subject is science and policy making: why it is important that policy decisions are supported by scientific evidence, and why turning data into policy could be harder than it sounds - especially in the Trump era.
Thanks to art directors Chrystal Smith and Beth Rakouskas, as always.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.