Thanks AD Marcy Atarod!
This week on Science magazine, a story about Brexit and how it has already taken a toll on researchers in the UK.
Thanks AD Marcy Atarod!
Cover illustration for Science about the complex relationship between genotype and phenotype (the observable physical properties of a person). Genes are not our destiny, and subtle differences between us are more complicated than we originally thought: complex traits are affected by many of our own genes, our parent’s genes, our microbiome, and our environment.
Thanks to AD Chrystal Smith, a s always!
Illustration for Monmouth University Magazine about the health risks of vaping. Teen vaping is on the rise, and lot of parents buy e-cigarettes for their kids. What they don’t understand is that vaping is not harmless.
Thanks to AD Patrick Kirchner at Dog Ear Consultants, as always!
This week on Internazionale, three illustrations for an article by John Lanchester about the Universal Basic Income, a radical idea that "has the potential to be the frame-changing, game-changing solution to a whole set of economic and political problems", according to the author.
Thanks to AD Alberto Notarbartolo, as always!
Book cover of The Book of Numbers by Joshua Cohen, published in Italy by Codice Edizioni as Il libro dei numeri (2019). Insider tech exposé, leaked memoir-in-progress, international thriller, family drama, sex comedy, and biblical allegory, The Book of Numbers has been has been defined as “A digital-age Ulysses" by The New York Times Book Review. Cover design by Silvia Virgillo/Puntuale Creative. Thanks to AD Enrico Casadei!
This week on Die Zeit: how much is the salvation of the world? Climate protection and prosperity are compatible. That's what leading researchers around the world say. The price is surprisingly low - you just have to want it.
Thanks to AD Lara Huck!
Latest illustration for The Summit, magazine of the environmental insurance broker Beacon Hill Associates.
This issue focuses on the risks connected with industrial facilities, that often involves toxic and potentially harmful materials. Thanks to AD Robye Davidson, as always!
Cover illustration for Internazionale magazine about traveling, with news and stories from all over the world.
Thanks Giovanni De Mauro for the art direction!
Cover illustration for BBC World Histories about the role of China in the global history. Has the Asian giant always been the world's greatest superpower, and is Europe and America's dominance just a blip?
Thanks to AD Susanne Frank and editor Matt Elton, as always!
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!
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