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Science is golden.
Here a few illos for Scientific American (not the regular little ones I do, some of which I've posted here before). Those guys are always a pleasure to work with, and the topics are quite interesting for someone who's a bit of a science nerd (like me...). ADs on those are...
Sunny stuff.
Here's a few illustrations for the Sunday edition of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. I seem to have become their go-to guy for articles on gloom, doom and despair...wonder why that is... Despite that, they are a complete pleasure to work with, and let me get away with stuff others...
Wall Street Journal column, part II b.
The second part of part two of a series of illustrations for a bi-weekly column in the Wall Street Journal. Part two, part one here: http://www.drawger.com/fuchsy/?article_id=15418 Part one here: http://www.drawger.com/fuchsy/?article_id=14862
Scientifically speaking...
Here's a few pieces for Scientific American magazine. I have been doing this regular thing for some time now for a section called "Advances", where it's always about new findings in different areas of the scientific realm and their possible applications. Pretty tough at...
Wall Street Journal column, part II.
Hello everyone, I've been on a bit of a hiatus, posting-wise, but hey, everythings a bit slower over here...and it's summer... So here's the second edition of illustrations from a column called "Historically speaking", written by Dr. Amanda Foreman. It's...
Wall Street Journal column
Here's a few pieces from a column called "Historically speaking", written by Dr. Amanda Foreman. It's bi-weekly, and draws on behaviors of historical figures to illuminate similar behavior in modern contemporary society. That sometimes ends up being a rather straightforward...
More Texas Monthly
Here's a little update on a column I've been illustrating for the most excellent folks at Texas Monthly. It's called "Behind The Lines" and deals with social, political and environmental issues and everything else relevant to the state of Texas.
Farelines.
An Opener and 2 Spots about Airlines, and their ridiculous practice of charging extra for just about anything. I just love the beautifully naive ugliness of those passenger safety/emergency cards... For Wirtschafts Woche.