Did 3 illustrations for Switzerland based Style magazine and their Business Special issue! Yes to inspiring women 💪🎀
The Economist Magazine
My recent work for The Economist. Article was on fight against Kremlin involved fake news flooding the Lithuanian market. There exists a software now called Demaskuok, that flags the fabricated news. Go technology 👊
It's Nice That
INT's Printed Pages magazine had me, Malika Favre, Ram Han and Miranda Tacchia on - was basically a transcript of a conversation we had about women in creative business. Each of us did a picture too, those girls are so great.
Capital Magazine 10/19
My very recent work for Capital mag! Dutch people know how to climb property ladder.
I had a massive pleasure of illustrating a 12 page feature of May issue of Air Canada's enRoute magazine. The Story was “How Canadian Start-Ups that are Saving the World” - so the main theme were the new Canadian advancements in the fields of tech, medicine, food, etc.. Canadians know.
Guardian Newspaper US
Had lot of fun working for american Guardian last year! Task was to illustrate a piece by a writer unsure of motherhood and that explores the effort that goes into conception. Oh my oh my, conception.
Neue Narrative Mag
I worked for Neue Narrative Mag! Was a very apt topic - speaking up at the workplace. Long live constructive troublemaking.
New Yorker Magazine
I was so super happy to work for New Yorker last year! As an avid reader of over 3 years it felt so good to draw for them. Article was on Bullshit jobs - you know - the ones that almost feel made up and with the employees in question kinda whiling time away with endless coffee breaks, futile tasks and feet aimlessly up.
Article was about the rise of cool medical apps where men can deal with their sensitive issues - for example baldness. So yeah, how one illustrate baldness? Was fun challenge.
Can karate kick out neurologic symptoms? One for Health magazine. More pilot studies like this please!
Brummell mag - the London City's own lifestyle magazine - had me to to do their cover for the Autumn 2018 issue! My friend Sofi then made the whole thing move, fun fun.
How to Give Constructive Feedback? This one was for Wix and their general guide to creating a positive framework for developing discussion around projects in a working environment. "The Tear-Free Critique: Giving (and Receiving) Constructive Feedback"
Jon Hopkins Health Review
Was a spot illustration for a story about a teen health app that is designed to link teenagers to sources of information on a wide range of health topics, like birth control, mental health, job training, etc.