Two illustrations for Nike Coaching about the way we deal with setbacks. Mental-performance coach Carrie Jackson Cheadle explains how we can even use them to our advantage. Thanks to AD Brian Bantog, as always!
Cover illustration for French magazine La Croix L'Hebdo, inspired by the iconic moment from March 2020 when Pope Francis prayed alone in an empty Saint Peter’s Square. Thanks to AD Guillaume Suard!
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!
Latest illustration for Entrepreneur: what happens when small startups go up against giant companies in trademark lawsuits about the use of established brands in new products. Thanks to AD Paul Scirecalabrisotto!
Three book cover illustrations of Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy for Italian publisher Einaudi, released on the occasion of the 700th anniversary of the death of the author.
Thanks to Art Directors Monica Aldi and Jara Mavrides!
Video animation made for Brandman University, part of a broader campaign targeting working adults and continuing-education learners. The university offers innovative programs to balance education, career, and family.
Below are some scenes from the video and the storyboard I designed.
Thanks to Carla Morano and Polish Branding!
New illustration for Colloquy, the Harvard's GSAS alumni magazine, about the continuing strength of conservatism in the aftermath of 2020 elections. Thanks to AD Kelly McMurray @ 2communique!
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!
New illustration out today for The New York Times: the American wine industry remains tangled in the same set of thorny problems from last year: Covid-19, government tariffs and climate change. Article by Eric Asimov.
Thanks to AD Paul Jean!
Below are a few rejected concepts.
Latest cover illustration for Codice Edizioni: "Tutti i nomi di Dio" (Italian edition of All the Names They Used for God) by Anjali Sachdeva. A collection of stories that break down genre barriers - from science fiction to American Gothic to magical realism to horror - and are united by each character’s brutal struggle with fate.
Thanks to Enrico Casadei and Silvia Virgillo/Puntuale, as always.
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.