Where is my Healing?
Editorial illustration about the losing and recovering of faith because hard illness
Weight of the World
The Weight of the World. Mysterious Ways. Guideposts.
Art direction: Andrew Nahem.
Taking EEM to the next level
Illustration of article "Extended enterprise perspective" for the Deloitte Insights.
An article which treats, among others issues, the role that a sound cost and revenue recovery program can play in optimizing the extended enterprise.
Art direction: Kevin Weier
Green Dot Agency
The Very wolf
Book jacket for the debut novel of Rosie Anderson.
In 89 BC, the world is on the brink of war. In the West, the corrupt Republic of Rome is collapsing. On the shores of the Black Sea, the brilliant but ruthless King of Pontos sees his chance to restore the Greek and Persian Empires his ancestors ruled.
When one of his spies, Makaria Kotyou, finds a mysterious code on the body of an...
The Sound of Jungle
I have had the pleasure of working with Xauxa Chocolates in a packaging for a new vegan and organic chocolate brought from Peru.
The art of Ostentation
Artwork to accompany an article about the concept of culinary luxury that we live with currently, emphasising natural and seasonal products as well as simple, authentic food.
The Secret of Commonwealt
Illustration to illustrate the podscast of the second volume of Sir Philip Pullman's "The Book of Dust".
A few months ago I had the pleasure of working with Suntup Editions in a very careful and limited edition on bibliomysteries. A compilation of mystery stories with the common link of books as the central element of the story.
The Value of Commemorating anniversaries
Do we, as audiences, even like anniversaries?. It may be a classic chicken-and-egg scenario do we like anniversaries because the media and publishing industries are so fond of them?. Or do the media and publishing industries cater for the public’s hunger for anniversary-based content?.
1 LOVE 4 ANIMALS
1 Love 4 Animals continues the work begun in 1997 by Bill Smith, the founder of Main Line Animal Rescue, a widely respected, trailblazing organization he ran with great success for over twenty years. After leaving MLAR in June of 2017, Mr. Smith along with Dick and Marilyn Faris and a dedicated group of like-minded individuals formed 1 Love 4 Animals in order to continue their mission of helping at-risk animals: dogs and cats pulled from high-kill shelters (often requiring emergency medical care), dogs and puppies rescued from puppy mills, animals devastated by natural disasters, or left homeless by personal tragedy or loss of habitat.