sbuzelli:

PLANSPONSOR August 2014 issue, part 1
sbuzelli:

PLANSPONSOR August 2014 issue, part 1
sbuzelli:

PLANSPONSOR August 2014 issue, part 1
sbuzelli:

PLANSPONSOR August 2014 issue, part 1
sbuzelli:

PLANSPONSOR August 2014 issue, part 1
sbuzelli:

PLANSPONSOR August 2014 issue, part 1

sbuzelli:

PLANSPONSOR August 2014 issue, part 1

Drawing boxes a week after moving. Cathartic or traumatic?

Why Teenagers Act So Crazy

New piece for an article about teen anxiety and brain development. Turns out that while the part of their brains that causes them to take so many risks is developing quickly, the part that would all them to properly deal with anxiety and trauma is underdeveloped, often leading to a lifetime of anxiety.

richiepope:

A spot for Scientific American about brown fat cells that generate heat to burn regular fat cells in the fight against obesity. 

Thanks to AD Michael Mrak.

marc-aspinall:

Trust Magazine China’s Leaders

Portrait of China’s top men; president Xi Jinping and the Premier Li Keqiang. An article looking at their past and how their study in social sciences, Korean language, teaching and statistical economics paired with a more humble upbringing, ‘sent down’ to learn from the peasants; shaped their outlook and approach to leadership at a pivotal moment for China.

A Desperate Choice

New spot illustration for an article about a woman who was forced to leave her two young children in the car for over an hour so that she could attend a job interview. The woman had been unemployed/underemployed for many years and when she couldn’t find child care, she had to make a choice.

Wall Street Journal: The Future of Medicine

danielhertzberg:

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For an article on the future of medicine. People will have embeddable sensors to guide their care and drugs will be personalized to each individual so no two prescriptions will be the same. Sketches below.
Link to the article: http://online.wsj.com/articles/eric-topol-on-the-future-of-medicine-1404765024

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Good thing I’ve been staring at car seats a lot lately. #illustration

The Fetish of Staring at Iran’s Women

This piece was for a challenging article titled “The Fetish of Staring at Iran’s Women.” The author is an Iranian woman who cautions against using the bodies of Iran’s women as a yard stick for the state of the country. Throughout news media, images of women fully covered, in a simple head scarf, or dressed similarly to their Western peers are used as a symbol of the country and a symbol of the freedom of its people.