Internet Voting
For an article about internet voting and its high vulnerability to hackers. The article discusses how hackers could alter the outcome of the vote without a trace. Client: Reveal News Art Director: Sam Ward
Argument Engines
For an article about computers learning to argue effectively like humans in order to aid in decision making and problem solving. Client: New Scientist Magazine Art Director: Ryan Wills
Saving Science
Series of illustrations for an article examining the problems with the way in which science is conducted. Client: The New Atlantis Editor: Adam Keiper
Summer Movie Preview
All the Summer's biggest blockbusters relaxing by the pool. Client: Wall Street Journal Art Director: Manny Velez
Fast Francine
Visual reinterpretation of SOLS, a 3D printed insole company. Client: Lux Capital
Nootropics
For an article about Nootropics, new brain-enhancing supplements that can increase cognitive performance and mental capabilities. Client: New York Observer Art Director: Lauren Draper
Cool Dude Party
Personal character and movement explorations
Dark Web
For an article about the Dark Web, a covert crime-filled internet. Client: Euroman Magazine Art Director: Sune Ehlers
Mind Snatchers
For an article about a mind-controlling parasite carried by common house pets. Client: New Scientist Magazine Art Director: Ryan Wills
Nightmares
Illustration for an article about the benefits of nightmares Client: New Scientist Magazine Art Director: Ryan Wills
Master Class
Cover illustration for an article by well-known author, Joyce Maynard, about her experience taking James Patterson's online master class in writing. Client: New York Observer Art Director: Lauren Draper
IBD Report Card
Cover Illustration for an article about Examining the Independent Broker/Dealer Client: REP Magazine Art Director: Sean Barrow
Time Travelers
For an article about the changing ecology and terrain of the Earth throughout it's lifespan. Client: New Scientist Magazine Art Director: Ryan Wills
When Art is Watching You
For an article in The Wall Street Journal about museums mining data from visitors. Client: The Wall Street Journal Art Director: Manny Velez
The Pitch
Using the motion of a baseball pitcher to explore movement
Independent Lenders
Cover illustration for a feature about the crackdown on independent lenders. Client: The Commercial Observer Art Director: Lauren Draper
Geoengineering
For an article about geoengineering, theories to scientifically alter the global climate. Client: Scientific American Art Director: Jason Arias
Diner Monster
Wraparound cover art Client: The Normal School Art Director: Sophie Beck & Joan English Wood
Finding Marlowe
For an article about Samuel B. Marlowe, the first licensed private detective West of the Mississippi. He was thought to have influenced some of the authors that originated the noir fiction genre. Client: The Los Angeles Times Art Director: Lily Mihalik
Evolution
Cover illustration for an article about the plasticity of living things versus long-form evolution as evidenced by a particular fish species Client: New Scientist Magazine Art Director: Kathryn Brazier
Into The Night
For an article about the dangers that lurk beyond a biker's headlight. Client: Cycle World Magazine Art Director: Laura Milton
Frank Ocean
Portrait of musician Frank Ocean
Superheroes Invade the Living Room
For a piece about superheroes coming to the small screen after so much box office success on the large screen. Client: The Wall Street Journal Art Director: Manny Velez
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Portrait of Dante Gabriel Rossetti for The Who The What and The When, a book about the secret sidekicks of history. The illustration is based on Rossetti’s painting of Jane from 1868 "Jane Morris (The Blue Silk Dress)." Client: Chronicle Books & Also Design
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