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Remembering Flight 191

Illustration for the article “Remembering Flight 191” published on May 23, 2019 on Playboy website.

“The devastating plane crash claimed 273 lives, among them four Playboy employees.”

Illustration for the article “Remembering Flight 191” published on May 23, 2019 on Playboy website.

“The devastating plane crash claimed 273 lives, among them four Playboy employees.”

Lies

Corruption

In the Zone

Illustration for the article “In the Zone” published on April 11th 2019 in the Local Living Section of The Washington Post.

“It’s great to be ‘in the zone’ — while working, exercising and creating art.”

Illustration for the article “In the Zone” published on April 11th 2019 in the Local Living Section of The Washington Post.

“It’s great to be ‘in the zone’ — while working, exercising and creating art.”

Edge of Tomorrow

Illustration for the article “Edge of Tomorrow” by Dr. Ravi Thadhani, published in the winter 2019 issue of Cedars-Sinai’s Discoveries Magazine.

To remain relevant to their peers and vital to their patients, academic medical centers must foster a robust research practice that recognizes that the clinical trials of today will become the standard of care tomorrow.

Illustration for the article “Edge of Tomorrow” by Dr. Ravi Thadhani, published in the winter 2019 issue of Cedars-Sinai’s Discoveries Magazine.

To remain relevant to their peers and vital to their patients, academic medical centers must foster a robust research practice that recognizes that the clinical trials of today will become the standard of care tomorrow.

Submarine

Illustration for the poem “Submarine” by Christopher Woods published in the A/W 2018 issue of Popshot Magazine.

“I think of things leaving, how the sub will soon leave the dock for duty, plunge into the wet deepness of dark nothing we will never see. But I know there are all kinds of nothing. I grab the top rungs, begin my own descent into the sub, the sea, and, soon, life without my father going first.”

Illustration for the poem “Submarine” by Christopher Woods published in the A/W 2018 issue of Popshot Magazine.

“I think of things leaving, how the sub will soon leave the dock for duty, plunge into the wet deepness of dark nothing we will never see. But I know there are all kinds of nothing. I grab the top rungs, begin my own descent into the sub, the sea, and, soon, life without my father going first.”

Ill-Advised

Illustration published in the fall Issue 2018 of Robb Report Muse.

“It requires a higher level of expertise to get it right, which places a greater burden and obligation on women to become more aggressive, assertive health-care consumers.”

Illustration published in the fall Issue 2018 of Robb Report Muse.

“It requires a higher level of expertise to get it right, which places a greater burden and obligation on women to become more aggressive, assertive health-care consumers.”

Eliminating the Rx Middleman

Illustration for the article “Eliminating the Rx Middleman” published in the fall/winter Issue 2018 of the Johns Hopkins Health Review.

“Cutting the cash flow between PBMs (pharmacy benefit managers) and the drug manufacturers and passing on any savings to insurers or employers, could bring a change that may result in lower out-of-pocket costs for patients.”

Illustration for the article “Eliminating the Rx Middleman” published in the fall/winter Issue 2018 of the Johns Hopkins Health Review.

“Cutting the cash flow between PBMs (pharmacy benefit managers) and the drug manufacturers and passing on any savings to insurers or employers, could bring a change that may result in lower out-of-pocket costs for patients.”

Influencer

Brief teaching

Illustrations published in the fall Issue 2018 of Tricycle Magazine.

Everyday spirituality

“We have an absolute life and a relative life —the eternal and the everyday — that exist together without separation. We should avoid thinking, “Daily life is more important,” or, “Spiritual life is more important.” We live in both realms simultaneously.”

Everyday spirituality

“We have an absolute life and a relative life —the eternal and the everyday — that exist together without separation. We should avoid thinking, “Daily life is more important,” or, “Spiritual life is more important.” We live in both realms simultaneously.”

A agent of change

“Everything is changing all the time — the waves, the clouds, and us. If we are quiet and still in the moment, we can witness change and accept it as inevitable.”

A agent of change

“Everything is changing all the time — the waves, the clouds, and us. If we are quiet and still in the moment, we can witness change and accept it as inevitable.”

Looking Beyond the Nose

“The opposite of death isn’t life but birth. The door swings both ways: we enter, live for a time, and then exit. We take our first breath and, not so long after, take our last. In between is our lifetime.”

Looking Beyond the Nose

“The opposite of death isn’t life but birth. The door swings both ways: we enter, live for a time, and then exit. We take our first breath and, not so long after, take our last. In between is our lifetime.”

Sleepless night

Fashion victim

Picame

Illustration for the Picame site for an article about me.

Illustration for the Picame site for an article about me.

Sick and useless Zen

Illustration for the article “Sick and useless Zen” published in the summer Issue 2018 of Tricycle Magazine.

“The alchemy of Zen practice converts a black hole of despair into a gentle observation: “Oh, this little corner of the universe—this particular person, in this bed, at this hour—is suffering.”

Illustration for the article “Sick and useless Zen” published in the summer Issue 2018 of Tricycle Magazine.

“The alchemy of Zen practice converts a black hole of despair into a gentle observation: “Oh, this little corner of the universe—this particular person, in this bed, at this hour—is suffering.”

Miscarriages, real silences

Illustration for the article “Fausses chouches, vrais silences” published in the April 2018 issue of Causette Magazine.

Illustration for the article “Fausses chouches, vrais silences” published in the April 2018 issue of Causette Magazine.

Free in Captivity

Illustration for the article “Free in Captivity” published in the winter Issue 2017 of Tricycle Magazine.

Winner in the category “Illustration Professional” for the Creative Quarterly Issue 41.
“Honorable Mention” in the 3x3 International Illustration ProShow 2016.
Selected for the Creative Quarterly 100 Best 2016 Book.
Winner in the category “Editorial” for the 59th Communication Arts Annual Illustration Competition.
Selected by the New York Society of Illustrators for the 2019 exhibition and book.

“After years of training my mind through daily meditation and intensive retreat practice in prison, my experience of this pain and darkness began to shift dramatically. I would find myself in the midst of this intense hopelessness and pain, burning with an agony that was almost blinding, and my awareness or practice would just stay with the direct experience without going into a lot of thoughts about it. When this happened, I then experienced that awareness as a spaciousness growing around the intense pain. Then the pain would dissolve into space, leaving me in a state of joy, almost a kind of bliss.”

Illustration for the article “Free in Captivity” published in the winter Issue 2017 of Tricycle Magazine.

“After years of training my mind through daily meditation and intensive retreat practice in prison, my experience of this pain and darkness began to shift dramatically. I would find myself in the midst of this intense hopelessness and pain, burning with an agony that was almost blinding, and my awareness or practice would just stay with the direct experience without going into a lot of thoughts about it. When this happened, I then experienced that awareness as a spaciousness growing around the intense pain. Then the pain would dissolve into space, leaving me in a state of joy, almost a kind of bliss.”

Winner in the category “Illustration Professional” for the Creative Quarterly Issue 41.
“Honorable Mention” in the 3x3 International Illustration ProShow 2016.
Selected for the Creative Quarterly 100 Best 2016 Book.
Winner in the category “Editorial” for the 59th Communication Arts Annual Illustration Competition.
Selected by the New York Society of Illustrators for the 2019 exhibition and book.

The unbearable lightness of Janet Clark

Illustration for the short story “The unbearable lightness of Janet Clark” by the writer C. S. Mee published in the A/W 2017 issue of Popshot Magazine.

“He reaches for the space where his wife lay and the duvet crumples into the empty gap. He gets up and calls for her, but his every call is met with silence. Throughout the room, throughout the house, there is only silence. Everything that was Janet Clark has disappeared into nothing.”

Illustration for the short story “The unbearable lightness of Janet Clark” by the writer C. S. Mee published in the A/W 2017 issue of Popshot Magazine.

“He reaches for the space where his wife lay and the duvet crumples into the empty gap. He gets up and calls for her, but his every call is met with silence. Throughout the room, throughout the house, there is only silence. Everything that was Janet Clark has disappeared into nothing.”

What reveals our dirt?

Illustration for the article “Was verrät unser Dreck?” published August 11th 2017 on the street newspaper Surprise.

Illustration for the article “Was verrät unser Dreck?” published August 11th 2017 on the street newspaper Surprise.

Taming your finances

Illustration for the article “Taming your finances.”  published Juli 9th 2017 on the Sunday Business section of The Washington Post.

“Merit” Award in the 3x3 International Illustration ProShow 2018.

Illustration for the article “Taming your finances.”  published Juli 9th 2017 on the Sunday Business section of The Washington Post.

“Merit” Award in the 3x3 International Illustration ProShow 2018.

Blindly trust

Maternity

A Virtual Coven

Illustration for the article “A Virtual Coven” by the artist Liba Waring Stambollion published on SOFA Magazine.

“What mystical things happen when a coven of thirteen strangers come together to form a cyber-beehive and meditate in a cybercircle?”

Illustration for the article “A Virtual Coven” by the artist Liba Waring Stambollion published on SOFA Magazine.

“What mystical things happen when a coven of thirteen strangers come together to form a cyber-beehive and meditate in a cybercircle?”

A new home

Illustration for the swiss aid organization Borderfree Association.

Illustration for the swiss aid organization Borderfree Association.

Bonehead

Published on the Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 18/19 Special.

Published on the Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 18/19 Special.

Divergences

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 47.

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 47.

Falling in love

“Honorable Mention” in the 3x3 International Illustration ProShow 2017.

“Honorable Mention” in the 3x3 International Illustration ProShow 2017.

Together

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 47.
“Honorable Mention” in the 3x3 International Illustration ProShow 2017.

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 47.
“Honorable Mention” in the 3x3 International Illustration ProShow 2017.

Creative emptiness

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 45.

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 45.

Don’t wait for the rain

Book cover and illustrations for a collection of three short stories by the writer Dmitrij Grawisch.

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 45.
Cover Illustration selected for the American Illustration 36 Award online Archive.
“Merit” Award in the 3x3 International Illustration ProShow 2017.

Book cover and illustrations for a collection of three short stories by the writer Dmitrij Grawisch.

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 45.
Cover Illustration selected for the American Illustration 36 Award online Archive.
“Merit” Award in the 3x3 International Illustration ProShow 2017.

Sotchis Soundtrack

This short story tells the situation in Sochi a few years after the Winter Olympic Games.

Sotchis Soundtrack

This short story tells the situation in Sochi a few years after the Winter Olympic Games.

Idyll in the Ukraine

This short story tells the chronicle of the survivors in the last leper colony in Europe.

Idyll in the Ukraine

This short story tells the chronicle of the survivors in the last leper colony in Europe.

Crimea

This short story tells the journey of a couple in Crimea.

Crimea

This short story tells the journey of a couple in Crimea.

Time flows

Illustration made in May 2016 during a workshop in Milan with Beppe Giacobbe.

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 45.

Illustration made in May 2016 during a workshop in Milan with Beppe Giacobbe.

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 45.

Virtual reality

Published in Adbusters Issue 127.

Published in Adbusters Issue 127.

Propaganda

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 43.

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 43.

Alzheimer

Published on the Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 18/19 Special.

Published on the Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 18/19 Special.

Prince Charming

The ephemeral concept of the “Perfect Man”.

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 42.

The ephemeral concept of the “Perfect Man”.

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 42.

Asocial network

Winner in the category “Illustration Professional” for the Creative Quarterly Issue 41.
Published on the Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 16/17 Special.

Winner in the category “Illustration Professional” for the Creative Quarterly Issue 41.
Published on the Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 16/17 Special.

Microplastic

The microplastic contained in cosmetic products ending up in the oceans.

Selected “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 42.
Published on the Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 18/19 Special.

The microplastic contained in cosmetic products ending up in the oceans.

Selected “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 42.
Published on the Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 18/19 Special.

Puppeteer

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 40.

Selected as “Runner-up” for Creative Quarterly Issue 40.

Squaring of the circle

Winner in the category “Illustration Professional” for the Creative Quarterly Issue 40.
Published on the Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 16/17 Special.

Winner in the category “Illustration Professional” for the Creative Quarterly Issue 40.
Published on the Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 16/17 Special.

Tolerance

Illustration published in Adbusters Issue 127.

This illustration has been included in Ih8war campaign with which it won the RGD Canada “Design for Social Good” competition and was selected for the American Illustration 34 Award Annual.
Winner in the category “Illustration Professional” for the Creative Quarterly Issue 39.
Published on the Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 16/17 Special.

Illustration was published in Adbusters Issue 127.

This illustration has been included in Ih8war campaign with which it won the RGD Canada “Design for Social Good” competition and was selected for the American Illustration 34 Award Annual.
Winner in the category “Illustration Professional” for the Creative Quarterly Issue 39.
Published on the Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 16/17 Special.

Voyeur

Thanks to the knowing look of a pair of eyeglasses, we can feel a morbid pleasure in figuring out other people’s reality.

Winner in the category “Illustration Professional” for the Creative Quarterly Issue 35.
Shortlisted for the AOI Illustration Award 2014.

Thanks to the knowing look of a pair of eyeglasses, we can feel a morbid pleasure in figuring out other people’s reality.

Winner in the category “Illustration Professional” for the Creative Quarterly Issue 35.
Shortlisted for the AOI Illustration Award 2014.

Save the best for last

Selected for the 3x3 Illustration ProShow Annual No.11.
Winner in the category “Illustration Professional” for the Creative Quarterly Issue 37.

Selected for the 3x3 Illustration ProShow Annual No.11.
Winner in the category “Illustration Professional” for the Creative Quarterly Issue 37.

Bad thinking

Selected for the 3x3 Illustration ProShow Annual No.11.
Winner in the category “Illustration Professional” for the Creative Quarterly Issue 37. Published on the Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 16/17 Special.

Selected for the 3x3 Illustration ProShow Annual No.11.
Winner in the category “Illustration Professional” for the Creative Quarterly Issue 37. Published on the Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Illustrators worldwide 16/17 Special.