Friday, March 15, 2013

New York Times Letters: Emotional Growth in Men

A NYTimes Letters piece from November, 2012. It was definitely one of my favorite assignments from the past year. Read the letters here and the original Op-Ed here. Tons of thanks to the great Alexandra for the impeccable art direction.
"People, especially men, become more aware of their emotions as they get older. Part of this is probably historical. Over the past half-century or so, American culture has become more attuned to the power of relationships. Masculinity has changed, at least a bit."

Drawings for newyorker.com

Here are three recent quick drawings made for newyorker.com.




Three for Bloomberg View

Here are three recent illustrations for Bloomberg View. Huge thanks to Phil Lubliner for the great assignments and direction.



Apple Picking Spots for The New Yorker

I haven't posted any new work for a very long time, so I figured that I would take advantage of this pleasantly slow Friday to do some catching up! First up is a spot series - my first spots for The New Yorker! These ran in the October 22, 2012 issue. AD Chris Curry. Thanks Chris!

Monday, March 4, 2013

NYTimes Letters: The President’s Second-Term Agenda

A Letters piece for the New York Times: people respond to the first State of the Union address of Obama's second term. Read the letters here and the original article here. Thanks to Alexandra for the great assignment!

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Four Recent Pieces

Here are four recent illustrations that I've been meaning to post!
For The New York Times Op-Ed page: readers weigh in on America's Direction. Thanks to Sarah Williamson and Alexandra!

For Bloomberg View: Bankers Must Wash Hands Before Returning to Work. Thanks to Phil for the great assignment!

Another one for Bloomberg: Obama Is Lucky That Medicare Is Out of Control. Thanks to Vance Wellenstein for the assignment!

Another for the Op-Ed page: Which Direction for the Mideast? Thanks as always to the great Alexandra for the art direction.

The New Yorker Festival

Five drawings for The New Yorker Festival website, each for a different event.
 Period Acting
 Presidential Biographers
 The Future of Sitcoms
 The Moth
Giving Voice

Friday, June 1, 2012

Bloomberg View: A Capitalism for the People

This is a series of illustrations I did for Bloomberg View of three excerpts from the new book, “A Capitalism for the People: Recapturing the Lost Genius of American Prosperity,” by Luigi Zingales. Huge thanks to Gary and Phil for the great assignment and direction.
 Read Part 1, How Political Clout Made Banks Too Big to Fail
 Read Part 2, Restored Competition Will Lessen US Inequality
Read Part 3, How Financial Regulation Can Be Market Friendly

NYTimes: Albany’s Unkindest Cut of All

For the Op-Ed page of the New York Times: "Poor school districts are being forced to cut electives, remedial tutoring, foreign languages and other programs and services to balance budgets." Read all about the awful school spending cuts here. Big thanks to Matt for the great assignment.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Bloomberg View: Facebook’s Organ Donation Success

For today's Bloomberg View: an opinion article about Facebook's recent "invitation to users to register to become organ donors." Read the full article here. Thanks to Phil for the great assignment!