New cover illustration for Le Scienze/Mind Dossier (Italian edition of Scientific American) about the adventure - and the strain - of being parents today. Thanks to art director Giovanna Salvini!
Illustration for Monmouth University magazine about an online counseling service launched by Monmouth U. in 2020 with the aim to help people through the pandemic-related challenges.
Thanks to AD Patrick Kirchner, as always.
Illustration for AAA Explorer magazine: the story of a traveler who meets a monk in Himalaya and learns the secret of happiness lies in traveling light and having no expectations. Article by Eric Weiner.
Thanks to AD Catherine Cobb!
Two illustrations for an essay by philosopher Slavoj Žižek published by Internazionale magazine about those who are Covid skeptics and see a deeper plot in the public narrative of the pandemic. Full article here.
Latest series of illustrations for Nike Coaching about how to embrace uncertainty and use it to your advantage.
Author Marygrace Taylor says you can’t avoid the unknown, but you don’t have to let it take you off your game!
Thanks to AD Brian Bantog, as always.
A few illustrations from the book "Cool Under Pressure" by Dr. R. K. Stutman and James Sieckmann. The authors explore the mental aspects of golf, providing many tips which could be useful in everyday life as well.
Thanks to Michael Gale at Admired Leadership!
Cover and opener illustrations for Vanderbilt School of Medicine about Alzheimer's disease research, which is on the cusp of a breakthrough: hopefully this disease will become a treatable chronic condition.
Thanks to AD Diana Duren!
Latest piece for CCT about the alarms that have been sounding about children and soaring screen time.
Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always!
Two illustrations for Nike Coaching about the way we deal with setbacks. Mental-performance coach Carrie Jackson Cheadle explains how we can even use them to our advantage. Thanks to AD Brian Bantog, as always!
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.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.