A series of recent projects. I tend to fall behind on these, and always want to wait till they are printed, but often they fall through the cracks and never get posted. A big thank you to all the art directors listed here. In every case, it was a true collaboration.
This was done for THE DEAL, art directed by Larry Gendron. It was about the complexities of the business cycle: Startup, sale or IPO, buyout, sale, IPO, sale, bankruptcy, sale, etc.
Done for the Wall St Journal, art directed by Daniel Smith. The article was about: Corporate America has cleaned up its balance sheet and now—flush with cash—is ready to start spending on new factories, stores and even employees.
Done for Richard Baron at ROAD & TRACK, this was an article asking if all the modern devices in new cars make our lives easier, or was it better when things were more analog?
This was for Stephanie Glaros at THE UTNE READER. The story was about
how advertisers track our activity online.