Thank you to the Society of Illustrators for awarding my New Yorker cover, “Safe Travels,” a gold medal in the 2018 Editorial category. Thank you also to the jury, and of course to Art Editor, Françoise Mouly.
I'm honored to have a profile in the June/July 2017 issue of Hawaiian Airlines' Hana Hou! magazine. Thank you to Cathay Che for the flattering prose, to Bailey Rebecca Roberts for the the beautiful photos, and to the rest of the magazine staff!
↑ Bloomberg asked me draw the portraits for this year's 50 Most Influential list.
↑ John Taylor
↑ Jeff Besos
↑ Janet Yellen
↑ Reid Hoffman
↑ Jorge Paolo Lemann
↑ Warren Buffet
↑ The double gatefold chart in the print magazine seems to function better as an online presentation.
Art Direction: Lou Vega
Art Direction: Chris Curry.
↑ The New York Times Sunday Book Review "Summer Fiction" edition's cover story: a review of Ottessa Moshfegh's Eileen.
↑ Unused Sketch. Snowy New England features prominently in novel. After my first set of sketches was received, I was informed that this was the Summer Fiction edition and asked to remove the snow and add the headline.
Art Direction: Joele Cuyler
↑ The American Society of Magazine Editors named my nov 2014 cover of the MIT Technology Review a finalist in Readers’ Choice Award Business and Technology category. Thanks ASME, and thanks to Art Director Nick Vokey who worked super closely with me on this!
↑ Aging celebrities Tom Cruise, Denzel Washington, and Helen Mirren explode onto the cover of the New York Times Summer Movie section.
Art direction: Shannon Robertson
↑ Modular graphics are customized with up-to-the-minute game highlights of Nike-sponsored athletes.↓
↑ A "zodiac" of sixteen reimagined team logos.
↑ Milwaukee Bucks "zodiac."
↑ Atlanta Hawks "zodiac."
↑ Early concept sketch. Originally, Nike planned to build real-life fortuneteller machines to plant in cities across the U.S. Like the "Zoltar" machines in the movie "Big," Basketbaltar would reward users with a printed fortune ticket. Unfortunately, time restraints forced Nike to scrap the 3-D component of the campaign.
New predictions and graphics will continue to be appear throughout the NBA Finals primarily via Twitter.
Art direction/Graphic design: Jacob Weinstein, Wieden + Kennedy.
↑ A reimagined scene from the broadway musical, "Fun Home" based on Alison Bechdel's graphic novel of the same name.
↑ In print.
↑ An illustration which accompanied the New Yorker's review of "Snowpiercer" last summer.
Thanks to Art Director Chris Curry for thinking of me for such varied assignments!