Book cover illustration of "Lost and Wanted" by Nell Freudenberger, published in Italy by Codice Edizioni as "Perduta e attesa": a tale of friendship, loss and quantum physics. AD by Silvia Virgillo/puntuale.
This week on Science, I've illustrated an article co-written by Anthony Fauci about the need for collaboration among biotechnology, pharmaceutical companies and politics, in order to accelerate licensure and distribution of an effective vaccine. Thanks to AD Chrystal Smith, Beth Rakouskas and the whole Science team, as always!
Cover illustration for the latest issue of Emergency magazine. Thanks to Angela Fittipaldi!
Three illustrations for Arizona Highways about the Exodus Trail: in 1875, both the Yavapai and the Apache people were removed from their Rio Verde reservation in Arizona and force-marched by U.S. soldiers in terrible conditions, nearly 200 miles, to the barren desert of San Carlos. In December 2016, a group of hikers walked the same trail and mapped it with GPS. Thanks to AD Keith Whitney for the great assignment.
Illustration for a story by Eduardo Halfon about a lake in Guatemala that used to be beautiful in the '70s, then with time became an awful place due to the pollution, deforestation and war crimes.
Article published by Italian magazine Internazionale. Thanks to AD Alberto Notarbartolo, as always.
Cover and interior illustration for Chemistry & Engineering News about how the COVID-19 pandemic might yield a tough employment outlook for chemical professionals. Thanks to AD Robert Bryson, as always.
These two illustrations made for Brandman University and Codice Edizioni have been chosen to appear in the American Illustration 39 online collection at ai-ap.com. Huge thanks to the jury!
Cover illustration of BBC World Histories about how the Romans have shaped the world of today.
Seven experts discuss the enduring legacies of Roman expansionism, including humour, food and government.
Thanks to AD Susanne Frank, as always!
Cover illustration for Internazionale about how Italy, the European country most affected by the coronavirus, is preparing itself for a gradual exit from the pandemic. Experts identify three strategies to gradually get the country up and running again. Thanks to AD Maysa Moroni!
Cover and interior illustrations for Johns Hopkins Magazine about the advances in technology of gene sequencing. From tomatoes to cancer cells, Michael Schatz and others at JHU go deep inside genomes to unlock the secrets to life's variety. Thanks to AD Pam Li!
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.