New cover illustration for Science about how all around the world democracy is losing ground. Polarization and disinformation have rendered liberals and conservatives unable to agree on basic facts. In this special issue, experts examine the state of democracy and how it must adapt to achieve its ideals in the 21st century.
An illustration for Nike's brand new hub Nike Journal about why optimist people seem to be healthier and more likely to reach their goals than people with negative expectations.
Thanks to AD Brian Bantog!
Cover illustration for Berkeley Law’s Death Penalty Clinic Report about how racial discrimination is a deeply ingrained part of jury selection in California. A new report investigates the history, legacy, and ongoing practice of excluding people of color - especially African Americans - from state juries.
Thanks to Elisabeth Semel and Laurie Frasier!
Latest illustrations for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health about how we can tackle climate change and meet the world’s nutritional needs at the same time. Article by David A. Taylor.
Thanks to Robert Ollinger and Patrick Kirchner, as always.
Some illustrations for Kiplinger's Personal Finance: a guide to finding affordable health care insurance, after the pandemic has caused millions of people to lose their jobs.
Thanks to AD Stacie Harrison.
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!
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.
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!
An illustration for Pirelli - World Magazine about how we're heading towards an OMO (Online Merges with Offline) society. Getting used to virtual life is only the first of the changes that digital technology is bringing to our world, writes author Paolo Gallo.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.