This was an illo for The Fan section called “Sure Thing.” The question still remains…”The outcome of the NBA playoffs is all but a foregone conclusion even before the first ball has bounced. So why do people keep watching?”
For a story about how suicide rates peak in spring. Thank you Peter Morance for the always rich assignment. Full story here.
for an article about untangling the brain.
I had the opportunity to work with Anh-Minh Le at Anthology Magazine recently for their 2013 Winter and Spring issues. Here’s my illustration for their seasonal Screen Play article and a map (which I rarely get the chance to do!) for their feature on Oakland. These were both uniquely-proportioned layouts and so this was a fun exercise. Anthology is a …
This was done for Len Small at Nautilus a few weeks ago. It’s about this idea of “space-time” where space and time come together, “a grainy, uncertain space-time beyond the reach of smooth, continuous functions” where straight lines, curves, math or any kind of predictability do not exist… infinite energy in a very small volume. …
Cover illustration for Washington Post Magazine’s annual Post Hunt issue. Big thanks to Beth Broadwater for her fantastic art direction and everyone involved in the Post Hunt!
Here’s a piece I did for the Washington Post Express. Male postpartum depression.