Three illustrations for Jeff Csatari's article on Dr. Oz The Good Life about how to protect yourself from fake news. Thanks to art director Amanda Kirk at Hearst for the cool assignment!
Illustration for Experience Life about how to deal with "bad" neighbors. Author Jon Spayde lists some strategies that can help increase the peace.
Thanks to AD Jennifer Jacobson!
An illustration for Science about what it means to be a human in a world where technology allows us to manipulate our DNA, tissues, brain circuitry, environmental surroundings, etc. If genetic and reproductive technologies may change characteristics of our cells, can that affect our individual and human identities?
Thanks to AD Chrystal Smith, as always.
Latest piece for Brandeis University Magazine. Professor Andy Molinsky developed a new strategy to help people step outside their comfort zone, rise to the challenge and build confidence. Full article here.
Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always.
Illustration for French newspaper Le Parisien about the web-matchmakers: professionals working for dating websites who match people together in order to give everyone the "right" partner. Full article here.
Thanks to AD Mathieu Gelezeau.
A couple of illustrations for Columbia University Medicine mag about the treatments for "complicated grief": targeted strategies to bring back a life of joy and satisfaction after the profound loss one had suffered.
Full article here. Thanks to Eson Chan, as always.
Two illustrations for Stella magazine, supplement of the Sunday Telegraph. Author Antonia Hoyle tries to explain why we get so cross at Christmas. Full article here.
Thanks to AD Jason Morris!
Latest piece for The Boston Globe Ideas about the paradoxical effects of Pearl Harbor's memory: the more we document and analyze the Japanese attack, the more difficult it becomes to recover the shock and horror of that day. Full article here.
Thanks to AD Nathan Estep!
Last Saturday on The Boston Globe, an illustration for the Reader's Forum about the importance of remember the Holocaust.
Thanks to AD Nathan Estep, as always.
This month on O, The Oprah Magazine: 5 things that will help even the most tightly wound woman relax.
Thanks to AD Lauren Stine!
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.