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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
Illustration for Wired that accompanies an article by Bill McKibben about why Donald Trump's promises to end action on climate change and kill the climate treaty adopted in 2015 in Paris represents an assault on civilization.
Thanks to AD Victor Krummenacher for the great assignment.
Illustration for Science magazine's letters section that addresses the problem of people prejudged based on their appearance or background in the scientific community. Full article here.
Thanks to AD Marcy Atarod.
Latest piece for Cedars-Sinai's Discoveries magazine about the importance of trans-ethnic studies in science. Can precision medicine help solve the problem of inadequate diversity in medical research?
Full article here. Thanks to AD Tim Baldwin.
Recent illustration for Houstonia magazine about the reality of organ and tissue donation. Author Karen Abercrombie describes how her young sister's donations after death have helped the lives of many people, including NFL football star Carson Palmer. Full article here.
Thanks to AD Tanyia Johnson!
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.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.