New one for Bloomberg Markets about out-of-control drug prices.

AD Tim Vienckowski

(Source: chasematt.com)

Two fun ones for the New York Times about polling

AD: Luke Shuman

(Source: The New York Times)

New one for The Atlantic about the future of the internet. Final version ran a bit different—and probably does a better job of telling the real story—but I liked the impact of the simpler, less colorful version.

AD: Elisa Glass

New op-ed for the International edition of the New York Times about federalism in Iraq.

AD Alex Hunting

(Source: The New York Times)

New piece for MIT Tech Review about the energy consumption & environmental impacts of high-output marijuana grow houses.
Big thanks to AD Colin Jaworski for trusting me to test out a photo approach, especially never having seen me do it before.

New piece for MIT Tech Review about the energy consumption & environmental impacts of high-output marijuana grow houses.

Big thanks to AD Colin Jaworski for trusting me to test out a photo approach, especially never having seen me do it before.

(Source: technologyreview.com)

Disillusionment

Handful of unused covers I did for the paperback release of Douglas Coupland’s Worst. Person. Ever., a hilariously profane and aptly-titled novel about pretty much the worst person ever. Killed or not killed, all in all this was quite a bit of fun.

Great art direction by Jaya Miceli. Many thanks.

(Source: chasematt.com)

Killed cover for a noir detective novel that I went ahead and finished out

Killed cover for a noir detective novel that I went ahead and finished out

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For the past few months, I’ve been steadily working with the popular statistics website FiveThirtyEight to develop the visual framework for their inaugural Burrito Bracket, a single-elimination-style runoff competition determined to uncover and crown America’s tastiest burrito. I pitched the idea of repurposing the delightfully kitschy neon sign aesthetic that ubiquitously graces the land of Tex-Mex.

Canada wasn’t really a part of this so I figured I’d just flood it.

Thanks to AD and co-conspirator Kate Elazegui for giving me the chance to work on this with the team.

Quick one for last Sunday’s edition of The Wall Street Journal about in-car devices that disable drivers’ phones, but allow other passengers’ to operate.
AD: Kayla Reynolds

Quick one for last Sunday’s edition of The Wall Street Journal about in-car devices that disable drivers’ phones, but allow other passengers’ to operate.

AD: Kayla Reynolds