Recent collaboration with KARVT. Love&Hate images on wood device skins.
For the full series, go here:
For an article about a woman trying to deal with the guilt of having killed an elderly man with her car.
For the Wall Street Journal, on the accuracy of soothsayers’ predictions throughout history (and in particular on Julius Caesar ignoring his).
On retirement homes, and their treatment of the dying. Client was Frankfurter Allgemeine.
For the magazine’s yearly salary-check issue.
You will be missed…
Originally done for Entertainment Weekly, on why shorter seasons are better than longer ones.
Two pieces for Wirtschafts Woche, on sexual harassment in the workplace.
I’ve been illustrating a column the last few months for the good folks over at Texas Monthly. It’s called Behind The Lines, has been around since the inception of the mag in ‘73 and is for the most part written by the same person (Paul Burka).Topically it deals mostly with social and political issues elevant to the state of Texas (and sometimes beyond).
This one’s about state funding for Medicaid expansion. The legislature is debating whether or not (most likely not) to extend coverage for children, single mothers, people with low incomes, and the poor elderly.
For the whole series, go >here<