September – 2018
Editorial illustrations for Monocle Magazine’s The Escapist, together with a collection of six essays, called “Travellers’ Tales”; Whether it’s a scientific look at what jetlag does to our brains, a spiritual take on how pilgrimage can change your life or even the creation of a brand new country, Monocle has asked six people to share their stories on the theme of journeys in their latest issue of The Escapist. These fine essays includes “Nothing to declare”, by Dan Richards, “Step in the right direction”, by Guy Stagg, “The Good Country”, by Madeline Hung, “The science of jetlag”, by Matthew Walker, “Lost and found”, by Andrew Tuck, and “Beautiful stranger”, by Fatima Bhutto, who writes about several authors’ creative outlets, in the comforting not-at-home-zone of hotels around the world. Thanks to AD; Giulia Tugnoli. The illustrations are drawn in a combination of vector and freehand on a tablet, using a limited colour palette. It was especially fun making a group of individual illustrations for two different essays, stand together as a visual unity through a spread.
May – 2018