Editorial / Keith Negley / New Work / New York Times / Science

Keith Negley – NYT’s

Here is something new for the NYT’s Science/Health section. The story is broken into two parts and the resolution will be revealed next week so I don’t want to give away too much, but it’s about a 20 year old woman who shows up at an emergency room unconcious and seizing and the doctors have to piece together what happened to her before she suffers further brain damage. The artwork subtly references what happened, and it’s quite heartbreaking.

The first half of the story can be found here. Thanks to Peter Morance for another great assignment!

3 thoughts on “Keith Negley – NYT’s

  1. I just saw your artwork in “That Blurry Line Between Makers and Takers” (NYT) and thought it was awesome. Just in case you didn’t notice, you use “the” twice in the second line if your description.

    Anyway, keep up the good work, dude.

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