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Lettering created out of phlegm. Made by spitting onto the surface.
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Some stickery numbers for the cover of Entrepreneur magazine (killed).
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Logo treatment for Wired by Alex Robbins. Composed of dirt collected in a dustpan from the streets of Berlin.
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An unused cover for Harvard Press.
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A quick illustration for Harvard Business Review.
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A heading made out of Captchas, the jumble of letters that websites use to stop spammers and bots. The commission was to replicate the aesthetic of the captchas. Lots of dodgy photoshop effects were used in the making of this. For MIT Technology Review.
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Hand painted infographics for MIT Technology Review. Thanks to Nick Vokey for the excellent art direction. It was a pleasure to work on this.
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A very quick illustration for The Washington Post OpEd. The article focused on Obamacare and how the Democrats are saying it is the law of the land, while Republicans are still challenging it. I wanted to convey something that is settled and unsettled at the same time.
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The cover for Living with a Wild God by Barbara Ehrenreich. This was a fantastic book to work on. Thanks to Catherine Casalino at Grand Central Publishing. 
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An unused cover comp. The design uses items l collected from a forest, which emanate from the hand painted lettering. This was a nice excuse to escape the city for the day.
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A quick editorial about a book bike in Copenhagen. The bike pops up in different areas of the city, taking books to the street. I opted for a conceptual approach although the actual bike looked really cool.
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A portrait for The Fader. This ran in colour but l prefer the black and white version. The illustration is of DJ Nate, who is part of the footwork scene in Chicago.
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A cover for Up the Mountain Coming Down Slowly by Dave Eggers. Part of an ongoing personal series based on short stories.
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Autumn in New York. 
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Sweet tooth.