Cover and interior illustrations for Chemistry and Engineering News about the “invisible work” issue - the extra time spent in service activities such as mentoring students and serving on committees. Many STEM faculty from underrepresented groups, such as people of color, shoulder a heavier burden of this service load, which may put their career advancement at risk. Thanks to AD Robert Bryson!
Latest illustration for Columbia Medicine magazine about how the growing use of precision medicine's exome sequencing provides potential for happy endings in treating severe childhood illnesses.
Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always!
Three illustrations for IU Alumni Magazine about why so many managers lack the “soft skills” of interaction - empathy, self-awareness, listening, etc., ending up creating miscommunication and untenable situations in the workplaces they run. And how to fill this gap.
Thanks to AD Brittany Nicole Olson!
Cover and interior illustrations for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health magazine about why some people are more susceptible to infectious diseases. Epidemiologist Priya Duggal looks for clues in the human genome and in the polio epidemic of the past. Thanks to AD Robert Ollinger and Patrick Kirchner at Dog Ear Consultants!
In the upcoming issue of World Histories, the feature story is about the crusades and how they shaped today's world. Six experts discuss whether those events continue to affect lives and politics in the region and around the globe today. Thanks to AD Susanne Frank and editor matt Elton, as always!
Cover illustration for American Gas about the ESG - Environmental, Social and Governance and how the gas industry is proactively addressing environmental issues thanks to an updated reporting template.
Thanks to AD Mike Vucic at The YGS Group!
Cover and feature illustrations for The Rotarian, magazine of Rotary International, about The Four-Way Test:
one of Rotary’s central principles that could be useful in the current day, when truth and truthfulness seem to be losing its prestige in public life. Story by Joseph Epstein. Thanks AD Jennifer Moody!
Latest illustration for Science about vaccine durability. Why their protection can fade in months or last a lifetime.
Thanks AD Marcy Atarod!
Happy to learn that this image has been chosen for American Illustration Annual 38! Huge thanks to the jury.
This has been commissioned by Mare Termale Bolognese to celebrate the thermal baths and the water in general, and it will be displayed in their prestigious collection next to the artworks of Lorenzo Mattotti, Vittorio Giardino, Sergio Toppi, Ericailcane and many other great artists.
A special thanks to the President Federico Monti of MTB for making it possible!
Breaking down the Ivory Tower. The credibility of establishment figures has been demolished by technological changes and political upheavals, and its too late to turn back the clock. Illustration for Internazionale, article by William Davies. Thanks to AD Alberto Notarbartolo, as always.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.