December 3, 2013
Emerging Markets have been a big theme for the last few years even though many of the “Emerging” countries are much older than the US. This was an illustration for Orlie Kraus for the Weekend Wall Street Journal with a quiz for investors about investing in Emerging Markets.
Layering has been a thing of mine lately and it was fun creating a texture with multiple flags in the background.
October 9, 2012
With numerous stories about bullying appearing in the news recently it was inevitable a bullying article would come across my desk as a project. This story is a little different as it talks about some extreme cases to stop bullying turning into cases of institutions bullying students. Illustration for Liberty Magazine. Bryan Gray, AD
September 11, 2012
Nothing expands your thinking like traveling abroad. It was amazing how traveling changed my view of the world. An interesting thing about investing is most average investors have a home bias. This CFA institute cover was for a feature about diversifying investments globally. Tim Priddy, AD.
August 21, 2012
It can be overwhelming with new products and ideas flooding us each day. Kickstarter makes it even more intense with endless people asking for seed money from the public. I’m always curious about what works and doesn’t work on Kickstarter. The Wall St Journal has a fascinating list of good and bad Kickstarter projects. Christian Drury, AD
April 17, 2012
Series of illustrations for Computerworld magazine’s annual job survey issue. The big takeaway is work is picking up but people have to work a lot harder. April Montgomery, AD.
December 5, 2011
Illustration series for aiCIO magazine about building financial products to protect institutional investors. As you can imagine, investments designed to not blow up in your face are high in demand. Soojin Buzelli, AD.
June 20, 2011
Illustration for aiCIOSU11, an online magazine for institutional investors. The article is about managers deciding whether to hire an advisor or go it alone in a dangerous investing environment. This magazine is part of an emerging trend of magazines that are viewable through the web or devices. Soojin Buzelli, AD.
June 13, 2011
Fun spread, cover, and inside illustration for Tufts University alumni magazine about dentists having to manage the fears of children and their parents. Betsy Hayes, AD.
March 28, 2011
Illustration for the New York Times Sunday Business section for an article about the Web making a comeback. Fred Noraard, AD. The idea for the airship came after seeing a clip from the movie, “Sucker Punch”. Critics have called “Sucker Punch” the worst movie of the year. At least the airships were nice.
February 22, 2011
Illustrations for Morningstar Advisor Magazine about passive and active managing. Alex Skoirdchet, AD
January 3, 2011
Illustration for PlanSponsor Magazine cover and spread. The article is about security lawsuits that have been left for dead. Soojin Buzelli, AD. She requested an illustration with an autopsy that wouldn’t scare people.
November 2, 2010
Illustration for the New York Times Sunday Business Section about innovation in a for profit versus open source system. Fred Norgaard, AD.
September 20, 2010
Cover and Feature illustration for PlanSponsor magazine about personality tests. Soojin Buzelli, AD.
June 24, 2010
Designer Ronn Campisi, whom I have worked with for many years, asked for my version of information graphics. Client: EMC.
May 10, 2010
After last week’s 1000 point drop in the Dow, this illustration seems very timely. Illustration for Harvard Law Bulletin for an article about officials responsible for saving the financial system from itself. Ronn Campisi, AD.