Assorted Illustrations 2019 II

  • Assorted Illustrations 2019 II
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    Recent illustrations for clients like Oprah Magazine, The New York Times, Institutional Investor, and The Fortune Society. These pieces were done digitally with Procreate on the 12.9" iPad Pro and finished in Adobe Photoshop on a Windows PC.
  • My Sister, Myself
    Client: O, The Oprah Magazine
    AD: Jill Armus

    An illustration to accompany the book review of Speaking of Summer by Kalisha Buckhanon. The book tells the story of how Autumn’s twin sister, Summer, goes missing when she walks up to the roof of their Harlem brownstone. Faced with authorities indifferent to another missing woman, Autumn must pursue answers on her own, all this while grieving her mom’s recent death. 
  • The Know Your Rights Toolkit
    Client: The Fortune Society
    AD: Khalil A. Cumberbatch, Danielle Rosario

    Feature illustration for The Know Your Rights Toolkit, a non-profit resource for people currently incarcerated or detained who fear immigration consequences with I.C.E. as a result of their involvement in the justice system.
  • The High-Octane, In-Demand, and Worrying World of Risky Loans
    Client: Institutional Investor
    AD: Ed Johnson

    Investors love debt. But is shadow banking hiding risks that should be plainly visible?
  • Unemployment Is Low, but That’s Only Part of the Story
    Client: The New York Times
    AD: Minh Uong

    An illustration for the Economic View column on how the unemployment rate may seem like a good way to measure the whole job situation, but it’s actually only a small part of the story. It doesn’t take into account the participation rate, like people who have stopped actively looking for work, which could be due to a myriad of reasons.