Three illustrations for Skidmore's Scope magazine about the value of a Liberal Arts education focused on critical thinking, and the ability of its majors to address world issues. Thanks to AD Blake Dinsdale.
Two pieces for Internazionale illustrating the story of writer Christian Allaire, who has been detained at the JFK airport in New York. Although his documents certify his First Nations status, indigenous peoples in Canada, some TSA officers doubted him simply because he “doesn’t look Native American”, making him fear deportation.
Latest illustration for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health magazine: to prevent HIV in young adults, show them a future worth working for. Full article here. Thanks to ad Robert Ollinger, as always.
Two illustrations for Columbia Medicine Magazine about the necessity of understand, treat and prevent opioid addiction. Thanks to AD Eson Chan!
Latest piece for British GQ about the need to stop initiation ceremonies in university sports teams, that are degrading, outdated and sometimes even deadly. Article by Martin Samuel. Thanks to AD Keith Waterfield!
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.
Two illustrations for Monmouth Magazine about how America's school-to-prison pipeline is having a devastating effect on at-risk youth. Monmouth students have a plan to fix the system.
Thanks to AD Patrick Kirchner at Dog Ear Consultants.
Illustration for Diablo Magazine about the #MeToo movement and how this social media campaign inspires collective courage to speak up. Thanks to AD David Bergeron!
Four illustrations for Kiplinger's Personal Finances magazine about the new tax law and how it will affect families, real estate and charitable giving. Thanks to AD Natalie Kress!
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.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.