I illustrated an article by Michael LaPointe for Italian magazine Internazionale about the story of William Lee Bergstrom, the "phantom gambler" of Las Vegas who became rich by placing single bets then vanished for years. He has reappeared in 1984 and ended up losing $1 Million, then he killed himself.
Two-page illustration for Die Zeit: the similarities between Putin's and the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia's foreign policies. Both stories have in common that red lines of international human and justice rules are crossed.
Thanks to ad Jutta Schein.
Two illustrations for Monmouth Magazine about how America's school-to-prison pipeline is having a devastating effect on at-risk youth. Monmouth students have a plan to fix the system.
Thanks to AD Patrick Kirchner at Dog Ear Consultants.
This series about privacy and cybercrime made for Harvard Magazine has been awarded the illustration prize 2017 and recognized as their best illustrated project of the year. What a great honor! Huge thanks to ad Jennifer Carling and to the whole staff! https://goo.gl/5M8QTD
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!
Three illustration for Brandeis University magazine about hacking, cybercrime and the unintended and underappreciated risks of an increasingly interconnected world. Full articles here.
Thanks to AD Eson Chan!
Show me the money! Two illustrations for Science magazine about invisibility cloaks, Chinese institutions' fraud and missed payments. Here's the story.
Thanks to AD Chrystal Smith!
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.