Here is a quick roundup of some recent editorial work…
This was my first assignment for Worth, a magazine that been on my top 10 for some time (in fact, I’ve crossed a few names off that list this summer). The article was about how to handle your kids’ allowances:
The article was asking if they should work for the money or if contributing to the household is just part of being in a family. But, for the final, they work hard for the money:
This little series accompanied a back page piece for New Jersey Monthly about one day in traffic court:
Here is the page:
This spot for Golf Digest was for the Basics column. It talked about hitting down hard on the ball to pop it up:
This was the first illustration I’ve done for Macworld in a couple years and it was good to get back in there. The article was about Mission Control, the new desktop clutter manager for Macs:
Here is a recent spot for Science Times about how hummingbirds alter their flight in rain (you read more about this spot and other from Science here):
Here are the past four weeks of the Business Day spots for the NYTimes – more airline fees, complaints from hotel customers, and two for consecutive columns on the mess over who is sitting where on planes:
And finally, one outside my usual slot in Science Times for some how-to spots for arthritis sufferers:
This month I will be making some much needed updates to the site, so I apologize now if the galleries are a little mixed up over the next couple weeks.
Thanks for looking, and thanks to all the ADs here – Pam, Greg, Doug, Rob, Peter, Joe and Phyllis!