↑ 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
↑ 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!
↑ Cover of the New York Times Book review feature a scene from Richard Price's novel, "the Whites."
↑ The cover layout.
↑ Unused sketches. ↓
↑ The title, The Whites "alludes to the cases that haunt detectives through careers and post-careers. The white whales. The ones that got away."
Art Direction: Nicholas Blechman.
↑ Wraparound book jacket design with hand lettering.
↑ Unused sketch.
Art Direction: Juliet Litman
↑ Columnists for the New York Times Sunday Book Review's new weekly series, "Bookends."↓
Art Direction: Nicholas Blechman
Three new "Bookends" columnists...
↑ Henry David Thoreau and his small cabin at Walden Pond.
Regular readers of the New Yorker will be familiar with the weekly "spots:" a series of small, usually black and white illustrations scattered throughout the text of the entire issue. This has always been one of my favorite features of the magazine, so I was honored to when editor Françoise Mouly asked me to take a stab at it. She suggested the theme of hoodies in memory of Trayvon Martin.