Latest cover illustration for the BBC World Histories. This issue focuses on the lessons history can teach us about how enemies can forge a lasting and secure peace. Thanks to ad Susanne Frank and editor Matt Elton, as always.
Two illustrations for The Rotarian, magazine for Rotary International, about the joy of procrastination: Joe Queenan explains why it's time to check "make a list" off your list. Thanks to AD Jennifer Moody for the fun assignment!
Cover and interior illustrations for Columbia Medicine magazine about how clinicians and educators are tackling the opioid epidemic. Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always.
Two illustrations for SUNY Geneseo magazine about the connections between people and place, and how the character of a place shapes your experience there, and maybe even shapes the person you are.
Article by Merrill Douglas here. Thanks to AD Leah Balconi at LeahMedia Design.
Two illustrations for Tim Parks' article featured on Internazionale magazine, about the intellectual legacy of Giacomo Leopardi, Italian poet and philosopher of the 19th century. "Nobody more than Leopardi could look disaster in the face, never denying that it was disaster, yet at the same time turning unhappiness itself into a colour or fragrance that would help you through the day". Thanks to AD Alberto Notarbartolo.
Cover illustration for Newslink, magazine publication of Honda Financial Services, about electronic contracting that are going to make life easier for financial managers and customers.
Thanks to AD Joey Crossling at Pace Communications!
The new issue of BBC World Histories gives rise to the question of political extremes. As populist politicians come to power around the world, seven experts assess whether we are witnessing the dawn of a new era of extremism. Thanks to AD Susanne Frank, as always.
Cover illustration for the December issue of Interni, Italian magazine of interiors and contemporary design.
Cover illustration for Columbia Nursing about how nurse researchers are now using data science and informatics to help patients - and health care systems - thrive. Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.