Refugee

Refugee

International refugee crises threaten millions of innocent victims who happen to live in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Pool Time

Pool Time

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Pausa

Pausa

A coffe break homage.

Diary of a Surgery - The New York Times Op/Ed

Diary of a Surgery - The New York Times Op/Ed

illustration‬ for The New York Times Op/Ed on a story by Angelina Joile Pitt on cancer‬ ‪‎health‬ and ‪choices‬.


Art Direction by Matthew Dorfman, Jennifer Heuer


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Jump

Jump

An illustration freely inspired by my very personal skydiving experience.

Gelato

Gelato

A story telling about the difference between gelato and ice cream.

Pesci

Pesci

A never-ending obsession with fish.

Imagination is Funny

Imagination is Funny

Frame from a storyboard for a short movie inspired by the life of Chet Baker.

Taxi Flings Take a Back Seat to Uber - The New York Times Thursday Styles

Taxi Flings Take a Back Seat to Uber - The New York Times Thursday Styles

A visual comment on the strange erotic power of the New York taxi.


Art Direction by Bernadette Dashiell


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Prague

Prague

A work about a magic encounter in Prague.

A solo show

A solo show

Portrait of musician Gavin Dunaway playing his first solo show at Bar Matchless in Brooklyn.

Why We’re So Mad at de Blasio -  The New York Times Op/Ed

Why We’re So Mad at de Blasio - The New York Times Op/Ed

The N.Y.P.D. Protests: An Officer's View.


Art Direction by Matthew Dorfman

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Business Travel Required

Business Travel Required

Editorial illustration about traveling for business.

The Jaguar Club

The Jaguar Club

Visual image for The Jaguar Club gig poster on their residency at Pianos NYC.

Don Carlo

Don Carlo

After a very inspiring day spent at the Met Opera Theatre watching Don Carlo.

Imagination is Funny

Imagination is Funny

Frame from a storyboard for a short movie inspired by the life of Chet Baker.

Things Cooks Know

Things Cooks Know

Editorial illustration about cooks and their culinary secrets.

Your Body On Sugar

Your Body On Sugar

Editorial illustration about cakes.

Doping in Sports

Doping in Sports

Editorial illustration about doping in sports.

Surviving a Snake Bite

Surviving a Snake Bite

Editorial illustration abut girls and snakes.

Spa

Spa

Girls at the Spa.

The Destruction of Mecca - The New York Times Op/Ed

The Destruction of Mecca - The New York Times Op/Ed

This is an Op/Ed on Mecca and how the modern architecture has erased its significant ties to its history and culture.


Art Direction by Matthew Dorfman, Steven Attardo

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Tiananmen, Forgotten - The New York Times Op/Ed

Tiananmen, Forgotten - The New York Times Op/Ed

This illustration has been selected by the Society Of Illustrators on Illustrators 57 Exhibit and Book.

On the 25th anniversary of the Tianamen Square massacre, this Op/Ed piece suggests many modern 20-somethings in Beijing and elsewhere in China feel un-tethered to the turmoil of that time – to the point of being numb to its history and significance. The author suggests the government's deliberate blocking of sensitive information and censorship in school programs has lead to a generationally distorted perception of that moment's significance. Many young Chinese living in China don't understand why they're supposed to care.
 

Art Direction by Matthew Dorfman

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Unhitched - The New York Times Sunday Styles

Unhitched - The New York Times Sunday Styles

A Q&A of a couple that have divorced.


Art Direction by Barbara Richer

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Unraveling, in Slow Motion - The New York Times Sunday Styles

Unraveling, in Slow Motion - The New York Times Sunday Styles

A Q&A of a couple that have divorced.

 

Banned in Bangalor - The New York Times Op/Ed

Banned in Bangalor - The New York Times Op/Ed

This illustration accompanied author Wendy Doniger’s reaction to her Indian publisher’s destruction of her book that posed an alternative history of the Hindi – it was censored in India by right-wing activists employing an obscure and ancient law. Thanks to ebooks, the censorship was unsuccessful, and the piece reads as an ultimately optimistic riff about how voices—both good and bad—can no longer be silenced in the age of the Internet.

Art Direction by Matthew Dorfman

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Pakistan’s Tyrannical Majority - The New York Times Op/Ed

Pakistan’s Tyrannical Majority - The New York Times Op/Ed

This is a visual comment on government elections in Pakistan praises the burgeoning democratic process, but claims that there is still a ways to go toward establishing a free and equal nation. 
My visual element attempts to show that Pakistan is moving in a democratic direction but is still undermining 
itself with intolerance.

Art Direction by Matthew Dorfman

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Bridge Magazine

Bridge Magazine

Skelton Design asked me to illustrate a feature 
article on bullying. 
The theme of the summer edition of the Bridge Magazine was bullying and how to deal with the problem on the college level.


Art Direction by Elizabeth Sprouls and Claude Skelton

Bridge Magazine

Bridge Magazine

Skelton Design asked me to illustrate a feature 
article on bullying. 
The theme of the summer edition of the Bridge Magazine was bullying and how to deal with the problem on the college level.


Art Direction by Elizabeth Sprouls and Claude Skelton

Jamie Magazine by Jamie Oliver

Jamie Magazine by Jamie Oliver

Illustration for Jamie Magazine on Piemonte region culinary traditions.
 

Editorial co-ordinator Suzanne Pronk

The Dark Side of The Sharing Economy

The Dark Side of The Sharing Economy

Illustrations for ACM - Association for Computing Machinery - 
on The Dark Side of The Sharing Economy and How to Lighten It.

Art Direction by Margareth Gray

The Dark Side of The Sharing Economy

The Dark Side of The Sharing Economy

Illustrations for ACM - Association for Computing Machinery - 
on The Dark Side of The Sharing Economy and How to Lighten It.

Art Direction by Margareth Gray

The Destruction of Mecca - The New York Times - Op/Ed

The Destruction of Mecca - The New York Times - Op/Ed

This is an Op/Ed on Mecca and how the modern architecture has erased its significant ties to its history and culture.
 

Art Direction by Matthew Dorfman, Steven Attardo

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Broken Promises - The New York Times Op/Ed

Broken Promises - The New York Times Op/Ed

This article is about the consequences that the U.S. budget sequester has had on the poorest of Native American reservations. The piece begins with a heartbreaking comment from a young girl living on the in South Dakota; when asked what she wants for Christmas, she answers: “Electricity, so I read my school books at night.” Although the rest of the article is very articulate in expressing the 
consequence or the sequester, this first line 
stuck in my head, and I translated it into 
the visualization of the article.
 

Art Direction by Matthew Dorfman

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Je Suis Charlie

Je Suis Charlie