Two illustrations for Internazionale about the fragility of digital archives online, and the need to preserve them from press-hating autocrats' censorship. Original article by Maria Bustillos for Columbia Journalism Review.
Recent illustration for The Washington Post. Geoffrey A. Fowler explains how tech will shape your life in 2018, for better and worse. Full article here. Thanks to AD Courtney Kan!
Two illustrations for Chicago Magazine about how restaurants use data and technology to learn as much as they can about diners to be able to cater to their every need.
Thanks to art director Jessica Sedgwick!
This series about privacy and cybercrime made for Harvard Magazine has been awarded the illustration prize 2017 and recognized as their best illustrated project of the year. What a great honor! Huge thanks to ad Jennifer Carling and to the whole staff! https://goo.gl/5M8QTD
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!
Four pieces for Harvard Magazine illustrating an article by Jonathan Shaw about privacy invasion, data theft, surveillance and other issues related to Americans' security.
Thanks to AD Jennifer Carling for the assignment!
Three illustration for Brandeis University magazine about hacking, cybercrime and the unintended and underappreciated risks of an increasingly interconnected world. Full articles here.
Thanks to AD Eson Chan!
This week on Science magazine, an illustration about the importance of making reforms to FOIA in order to increase the access of scientists to archival materials and reducing the likelihood of science and scientists being suppressed by official secrecy or bureaucracy. Full article here.
Thanks to AD Chrystal Smith.
Recent piece for Science magazine about the real security issues of the iPhone case, after FBI pitched its court battle with Apple asking them a software that would provide a key to open iPhones. Full article here.
Thanks to AD Chrystal Smith, as always.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.