Editorial Illustrations


Category:
Editorial

Year:
2014-2019 

Various designs and illustrations intended to pair with and further inform written words. Some were for grad school, some for practice, and some were for clients. 




An illustration for Sojourners on how faith communities worldwide are responding to the global refugee crisis by testing the ancient practice of sanctuary. See it live here.


An illustration for Sojourners on how faith communities worldwide are responding to the global refugee crisis by testing the ancient practice of sanctuary. See it live here.


An illustration for Longreads on the differences between empathy and sympathy, and how those nuances influence the art we make. See it live here.


A piece on combating climate change.


A piece based on an article suggesting there is a genetic component to people's ability to save money.


An article design for a Longreads piece about using conversation to break through to people with different political views. See it live here.


A design based on the positive effect that spending time in nature has on your brain.


A piece inspired by "Errors and Lies" by Paul Krugman in which he explores the error of the Iraq War.



Article design for Longreads about how complicated and bureacratic it can be to make a FOIA request. See it live here.



A design inspired by "The Big Meh" by Paul Krugman in which he asks whether the technological revolution has been overhyped.



An illustration for a Patagonia/Creative Action Network campaign urging voters to vote for environment-friendly candidates in the midterm elections.



A piece for Upworthy based on the lack of racial diversity in the Academy Awards.


An article design for The Ringer. See it live here.


A piece from 2015 celebrating the progress our nation was making at the time.


A piece based on an article exploring the complex history of church segregation in America.


A piece based on an article exploring the complex history of church segregation in America.


A piece based on the worrisome things shown every night on our local news.