Internazionale: A threat to democracy
Some illustrations for an article by Indian writer and activist Arundhati Roy about how our democracies are being threatened by hate speeches, populism and rage fueled by social media. Published by Internazionale magazine.
Cover illustration for Berkeley Law about how their Death Penalty Clinic has been helping people facing execution for more than 20 years, and how this has led the clinic to national prominence.
Thanks to art directors Laurie Frasier and Arnaud Ghelfi!
Cover and interior illustrations for German magazine Cicero about the crisis of democracy: today more and more people feel distant from politics, and feel left out of many aspects of civic life. Thanks to AD Viola Schmieskors!
Internazionale: The disruptive HBO
An illustration for Internazionale about how HBO subverted the rules of TV shows in the 1990s. Their producers took such bold risks on shows that were darker, more libidinal and more surreal than those on other networks.
Original article here.
Chronicle: Privileged students
An illustration for Chronicle about how some students at elite colleges are unable to see their own privilege, based on belief that they’ve earned everything they’ve achieved - while others just haven’t worked hard enough or tried.
Thanks to AD Wesley Watson!
Three illustrations for Internazionale about one of the most notable social inventions of the Balkans: sending packages by bus or taxi, entrusting them to the driver, a friend or an acquaintance. In a region where rail and air links have been destroyed or simply cancelled, it's the fastest way to send and receive. Original article by Ilir Gashi.
Consumer Reports: Timeshare traps
An illustration I did some time ago about timeshare traps and how fraudulent firms promise to take a timeshare you no longer want off your hands, but do little more than take your money.
Illustration for Deseret Magazine about the gradual abandonment of the Democratic party by certain segments of the American working class. Thanks to AD Eric Gillett!
Iowa Law School: Algorithms and justice
What happens when the now-ubiquitous algorithms wreak havoc in our lives? Cover and interior illustrations for Iowa Law School. Thanks to AD David Bergeron / Diablo Publications!
Cover illustration of Corriere dei Ciechi, house organ of the Italian Union of Blind and Partially Sighted People, dedicated to the 26th edition of Louis Braille Prize. The ceremony took place at the prestigious Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Italy, and the prize has been awarded to those companies and individuals who have been distinguished by their effort in creating an inclusive environment for people with visual disabilities.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.