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I'm pleased and honored to share my studio is featured in a new book on infographics by the incomparable Juan Velasco. The sumptuous and gorgeous book, "Look Inside", published by Gestalten, focuses on cut-away illustration.
Sleep deprivation illustration for Scientific Amer
Here's an illustration we just finished for Scientific American illustrating the effects of sleep deprivation on the body.
Medical Illustration Sourcebook cover art
I'm honored to announce that this illustration we created for Scientific American has been selected to be the cover art for this year's Medical Illustration Source Book.
Understanding The World: The Atlas Of Infographics
I'm honored to announce that six of our pieces are in the just published book, Understanding The World: The Atlas Of Infographics. Sandra Rendgen did a wonderful job writing and editing the book. The artists on my team, Joe Lertola and Jeong Suh, did beautiful work and were indispensable on these pr
Best American Infographics 2014
We're proud to have two of our pieces in the new edition of the The Best American Infographics. The soccer graphic was a collaboration with John Grimwade done for 8x8 and the baseball pitch graphic was done for ESPN the Magazine.
Work in the 2014 WIRED design issue
WIRED commissioned us to do a few illustrations for their recent 2014 design issue. We created the art of the inner workings that were married to Adam Voorhes beautiful photographs. (The downtown manhattan illustration is an escpetion; it employs no photography.)
Soccer super shoe
With the World Cup upon us I thought I'd discuss a commission we did last year for the soccer magazine Howler.Robert Priest and Grace Lee came to us with a humor piece about the soccer shoe of the future. They wanted something ridiculous.I put together a rough pencil sketch of possible technologies:
A graphic of ours is in this month's WIRED. It's of the WTC memorial. Here's some of the reference we were given:Here's how the sketches developed:I love the graphic shape of the one below. But it's a bit disorienting and hard to read:We added some above-ground architectural structures to give conte
A little less
I believe we've been seduced by the digital medium. It is easy in digital 3D to make things glow, be reflective and shiny. We use every color imaginable in our work. I would like to see more restraint in what we do. Here's an anatomical illustration of da Vinci's:This was drawn in the early 16th cen
The usefulness of uselessness
"All art is quite useless." Oscar Wilde In the late eighties and early nineties I was a student at La Guardia High School of the Arts. My life was devoted to music. Thelonious Monk, Sonny Rollins and Lester Young were my idols. At eighteen I began gigging with my quintet in small venues in New York
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