Internazionale: The phantom gambler
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.
ICAEW Economia magazine: Close to home
An illustration for ICAEW's Economia magazine about how devolving powers to a local level can help get local communities more involved in shaping the areas in which they live.
Thanks to AD Emma O'Neil!
Cover illustration for BBC World Histories about how the views of the Aztec people have long been shaped by accounts written by Spanish invaders and colonial settlers. If we focus instead on the Aztecs' own records, a very different picture emerges. Thanks to AD Susanne Frank and editor Matt Elton, as always!
An illustration for Monmouth magazine about the spiritual politics of TV producer Norman Lear and the cultural influence he exerted in the 1970s with many sitcoms including All in the Family, as documented in the new book from L. Benjamin Rolsky. I've portrayed here the famous character of Archie Bunker from All in the Family.
Thanks to Patrick Kirchner at Dog Ear Consultants, as always!
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