Hello friends! As many may know, I’ve been working hard on this wonderfully illustrated card game project with Elbowfish Games for some time now. It is a critical thinking, storytelling game that mashes absurd imagery with brain-bending verbal ques. Now this project needs your help to continue production! Please share this around, and help out […]Read more "KICKSTARTER – Illustrated Game Needs Your Help!"
Slowing the Speed of Medical Innovation Created for Popular Science.Read more "Ryan Snook – Popular Science"
Illustration for Nautilus on the migration of Waldrapp ibises. This was for their 3rd issue, In Transit, though it was pulled from their online issue at the last minute. It’ll be appearing in a second print run of “In Transit” however, so that’s less of a shame. Nautilus is a fine mag, and it was great […]Read more "Andrea Kalfas – Waldrapp Ibises for Nautilus"
No-Brainer For an article arguing for government funding of less popular science over highly funded work on the brain.Read more "Ryan Snook – Popular Science"
Well, BIG NEWS! My new book is officially out today, July18th. It’s called Should This Octopus Have Fewer Legs? published by Adams Media. I worked on it last year for about 3 months and somehow managed to keep it all a secret. No longer, beans shall be spilled. It’s a collection of funny, fake “take […]Read more "PJ McQuade – My new book, Should This Octopus Have Fewer Legs? – Adams Media"
I was recently asked to illustrate the cover of the Sunday Business section. The story is about the effect of solar flares on the electrical grid on Earth. I was really excited when they proposed the idea of making it look like an old sci fi movie poster. I rarely get to hand draw type […]Read more "Alex Fine – Washington Post"
Below is a selection of some of my recent illustrations… Full page and spots for Harvard Business Review for an article about creating the most desirable workplace. I loved working with a photo, it’s something I’ve done only a handful of times and I look forward to mixing my illustrations with photography more often in […]Read more "Ryan Snook – Selected New Illustrations"