A couple of illustrations for Nike Journal about training and psychology: a tired mind can weaken your performance, but there are ways to keep your physical energy up even when your mental energy is low.
Three illustrations for The Washington Post about how to prepare pets for the time humans will return to offices and schools, so that they won't suffer loneliness too much. Story by Elizabeth Chang.
Thanks to AD Victoria Fogg!
Latest illustrations for Nike.com about the importance of visualization as a go-to performance enhancer. Visualizing yourself crossing the finish line or acing a job interview might just be the key to reach the goal.
Thanks to AD Brian Bantog, as usual!
Two pieces for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health Magazine about the COVID-19's consequences for mental and behavioral health. In terms of cumulative impact, this pandemic looks more like the Great Depression or World War II than other recent infectious disease crises, says author Alexander Gelfand.
Thanks to Robert Ollinger and Patrick Kirchner, as always.
An illustration for The Boston Globe Magazine about how Alzheimer's could be isolating and agonizing even for those who care for a loved one with this disease. Sometimes the only thing that helps is knowing that you’re not alone, says author Tom Keane.
Thanks to ad Jacqueline Berthet!
Book cover illustration of "Nella casa dei tuoi sogni" (In the Dream House) by Carmen Maria Machado, published in Italy by Codice Edizioni: a chilling memoir about domestic abuse, detailing the author's abusive relationship with another woman. Thanks to Enrico Casadei and Silvia Virgillo/Puntuale, as always.
An illustration for Nike's brand new hub Nike Journal about why optimist people seem to be healthier and more likely to reach their goals than people with negative expectations.
Thanks to AD Brian Bantog!
Two illustrations for Internazionale about why it's improbable machines will ever be capable of a genuine human-level thinking, despite all the progress in artificial intelligence. Original article by Tim Crane.
Thanks to AD Alberto Notarbartolo, as always!
An illustration for Monmouth Magazine about how the COVID-19 crisis affects the mental health of different groups, and how healthcare professionals can prepare for this “second tidal wave” from the pandemic.
Thanks to AD Tony Marchetti.
Latest illustrations for Internazionale magazine about mindfulness. According to Ronald Purser, this market-friendly movement could be easily co-opted and reduced to merely pacifying feelings of anxiety and disquiet at the individual level, enticing us to accept things as they are, rather than seeking to challenge the social, political and economic inequalities that cause such distress.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.