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.
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.
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.
Today in The New York Times: catholic bishops should do a better job protecting the followers, after they have been accused of failing to adequately respond to sexual abuse in their dioceses. Thanks to AD James Datz!
Illustration for Christianity Today about the frequency of narcissistic personality in pastors, and their temptation to manipulate and control people. Thanks to ad Michael Chuchvara.
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.
Three illustrations for Skidmore's Scope magazine about the value of a Liberal Arts education focused on critical thinking, and the ability of its majors to address world issues. Thanks to AD Blake Dinsdale.
Two pieces for Internazionale illustrating the story of writer Christian Allaire, who has been detained at the JFK airport in New York. Although his documents certify his First Nations status, indigenous peoples in Canada, some TSA officers doubted him simply because he “doesn’t look Native American”, making him fear deportation.
Latest illustration for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health magazine: to prevent HIV in young adults, show them a future worth working for. Full article here. Thanks to ad Robert Ollinger, as always.
Two illustrations for Columbia Medicine Magazine about the necessity of understand, treat and prevent opioid addiction. Thanks to AD Eson Chan!
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.