Two illustrations for Internazionale about how Buddhist monks have mostly escaped the label of proselytisers, but they’ll still spread the word to those who seek them out.
Latest cover illustration for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health magazine: how public health can tackle the profound social and economic inequities in order to pursue social justice.
Thanks Dog Ear Consultants for the art direction, as always!
Aligning two paths to health. As the novel coronavirus struck all parts of society far from equally, public health should be integrated with social justice in order to tackle fundamental barriers to health.
Cover and interior illustrations for Brandeis University Magazine: is intermarriage threatening American Judaism or renewing it? Thanks to AD Son Chan, as always!
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!
Cover and interior illustrations for American College of Gastroenterology: welcoming and uplifting diverse voices from LBGTQ+ physicians and creating a place in the conversation for them in the profession.
Thanks to AD Emily Garel!
Illustration for The Wall Street Journal about the evolution of the internet, which used to be a more friendly and collaborative place two decades ago. Let's get it back! Article by Star Trek alum Wil Wheaton.
Thanks to AD Marlene Szczesny!
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.
Animated illustration for Christianity Today about the difficulties Christians have in online dating, due to the many shades of their beliefs. Thanks to AD Joy Beth Smith!
Cover and interior illustration for Science magazine about how science, like the rest of society, has been swept up in the storms caused by social media. This issue looks at how scientists study and fight mis- and disinformation, how harassment and intimidation have spiked during the COVID-19 pandemic and how researchers use Twitter to inform the public and share their findings with colleagues.
Thanks to Chrystal Smith and to all the Science's art directors, as always!
Riding the Twitter wave: https://bit.ly/3JZN08c
Detecting bullshits: https://bit.ly/3JZN08c
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.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.