Original article here.
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!
Latest book cover illustration for François Morlupi's Formule mortali (Deadly Formulas), a crime novel set in Rome about an unconventional detective called upon to solve a series of ritual homicides.
Published in Italy by Salani. Thanks to AD Stefano Izzo!
The following is one of the rejected color comps.
Kansas Alumni: Hope on the horizon
Cover illustration for Kansas Alumni about the great advances by Kansas University's Cancer Center in research and treatment for patients and families, after they earned National Cancer Institute's most prestigious status. Thanks to AD Susan Younger!
This piece has been selected for Landscapes and Portraits of BCBF, the illustration contest organized by Bologna Children's Book Fair on the occasion of their 60th edition. And thus it will be part of their 2023 visual identity!
Artists selected for the Illustrators Exhibition over the past 10 years were asked to produce an illustration celebrating the experience of the book fair and the city of Bologna. Only the 4 brand colors of the BCBF - red, orange, magenta and black - were allowed. The 20 winning illustrations will be exhibited at the BCBF Illustrators Café from March 6 to 9. See you there!
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.
Illustration for Chronicle of Higher Education about how women serving time have less educational opportunities, fewer choices and more delays in the way of college degrees than men. Thanks to AD Wesley Watson.
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!
Internazionale: Karen Jennings' "An Island"
Three illustrations for Internazionale magazine: the first chapter of Karen Jennings' "An Island", a novel of a young refugee washes up unconscious on the beach of a small island inhabited by no one but an old lighthouse keeper.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.