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
Cover illustration for IMF F&D about how digitalization is transforming economies and lives. For millions of people, technology has been a lifeline, but it can also drive unequal outcomes in education, opportunities, and access to health care and financial services.
Thanks to agency Beyond-Definition and to the whole IMF team!
Latest piece for CCT about the alarms that have been sounding about children and soaring screen time.
Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always!
Cover illustration for Opera America about the future of opera and how the increasing impact of technology is likely going to revolution this art form. Thanks to AD Michael Wilson!
Two illustrations for Internazionale about why it's improbable machines will ever be capable of a genuine human-level thinking, despite all the progress in artificial intelligence. Original article by Tim Crane.
Thanks to AD Alberto Notarbartolo, as always!
Cover and interior illustrations for Johns Hopkins Magazine about the advances in technology of gene sequencing. From tomatoes to cancer cells, Michael Schatz and others at JHU go deep inside genomes to unlock the secrets to life's variety. Thanks to AD Pam Li!
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.
Latest cover and interior illustrations for Columbia Nursing about how their new telehealth initiatives connect patients with providers face to face, in cyberspace. Thanks to AD Eson Chan, as always!
Cover and opener illustrations for IMF Finance & Development about the threat of climate change and the long-term perspective on measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Thanks to Beyond-Definition agency and the IMF team for the great assignment!
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.