Latest piece for CIMA FM about the "futurists", professionals hired by organizations who are supposed to predict the future of business and finance.
Today on The Wall Street Journal: are the stock prices dangerously high? Illustration for an article by Jeff Brown. Thanks to AD Sheryl Dermawan!
Some recent illustrations made for CIMA FM. These are about how companies managed with a long-term value-creation perspective are best placed to deliver consistently strong results.
Accounting in agricolture. This is about how a piggery in South Africa had successfully employed sustainable agricultural practices for more than 58 years.
Does signing your name make you more honest? How a simple system of self-certification can deter people from putting their interests above those of their organization. Full story here.
In the upcoming issue of 'Scopes, magazine of Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine, an article by Lauren Cahoon Roberts explains why veterinary profession faces serious economic challenges.
Thanks to Wendy Kenigsberg for the assignment!
Cover artwork of American Gas, magazine of American Gas Association. Focusing on the future of natural gas in the US, this issue's main feature is about the opportunities offered by the commercial sector.
Thanks to Jason Deller of The YGS Group 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!
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 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.
I recently made four illustrations for 2016 annual report of Infratil, a New Zealand-based infrastructure
investment company owner and operator of businesses in the energy, airport and transport sectors.
Thanks to Cato Brand Parners for the art direction!
Recent illustration for Science magazine about why the study of ants reveals important lessons for humans living in an increasingly urban ecosystem.
Thanks to the author Daniel Ari Friedman and art director Chrystal Smith for the fun piece!
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.