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.
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!
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!
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 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.
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!
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!
A recent illustration published by The Boston Globe after the Elections 2016. The unexpected victory of Donald Trump followed by the protests in many cities reflects the cultural and political divisions of the American people.
Thanks to AD Nathan Estep, as always.
An illustration to accompany Steven Cohen's article for St. Mary's Alumni magazine about the state of political discourse in the US and how the different sides are pulling apart.
Thanks to guys at Diablo Custom Publications for the art direction.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.