Third cover illustration for BOH about the life cycle of an interior design project. This issue unpacks the unsung aspects of running a design firm, from assembling the right team and keeping purchase orders in order to rethinking how you charge and helping clients past budget fatigue mid-project.
Cover and interior illustrations for Handelsblatt about financial independence: tips and stories about how to save and invest in order to live without working at the age of 40, 50 or 60. Thanks to AD Michel Becker!
Spread illustration for Entrepreneur: the stories of business builders who launched in the days before Covid-19. They found new ways to survive and problem-solving skills that will serve them long after the pandemic.
Thanks to AD Paul Scirecalabrisotto!
Cover and interior illustrations for IMF F&D about the post-pandemic brave new world: policymakers’ choices during this disruption could shape their economies for decades to come, showing the path to a better future.
Thanks to agency Beyond-Definition and to the whole IMF team!
Cover illustration for BVCA Journal about resilient businesses: the inspiring stories of companies innovating, evolving and rising to the challenge of the pandemic.
Thanks to Alex Weaver at Wardour!
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 and interior illustration for Chemistry & Engineering News about how the COVID-19 pandemic might yield a tough employment outlook for chemical professionals. Thanks to AD Robert Bryson, as always.
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.
Cover and interior illustrations for Chemistry and Engineering News about the “invisible work” issue - the extra time spent in service activities such as mentoring students and serving on committees. Many STEM faculty from underrepresented groups, such as people of color, shoulder a heavier burden of this service load, which may put their career advancement at risk. Thanks to AD Robert Bryson!
Three illustrations for IU Alumni Magazine about why so many managers lack the “soft skills” of interaction - empathy, self-awareness, listening, etc., ending up creating miscommunication and untenable situations in the workplaces they run. And how to fill this gap.
Thanks to AD Brittany Nicole Olson!
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.