SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME
SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME

Book Cover illustration for author, Dan Bronson

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CLIMATE CRISIS
CLIMATE CRISIS

Harvard Magazine Cover illustration for a feature that takes an in depth look at our current climate crisis - Can we dial it down?

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REBIRTH OF A NATION
REBIRTH OF A NATION

Harper's Magazine Cover illustration from an essay that takes a philosophical approach to our current administration and how it could be leading us into another Civil War or a New Progressive Era.

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SNOWDEN'S BOX
SNOWDEN'S BOX

Harper's Magazine Cover illustration for a feature about the anatomy of a leak, and the human network behind Snowden.

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DARK MAIL
DARK MAIL

Harper's Magazine Cover illustration about keeping the government out of your inbox.

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END OF EXPERTISE
END OF EXPERTISE

Harvard Magazine Cover illustration about the end of expertise. SELECTED - American Illustration 38 3x3 Pro Annual No.16

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COVID-19 PARENT TRAP
COVID-19 PARENT TRAP

The New York Times Sunday Business Cover In the Covid-19 Economy, You Can Have a Kid or a Job. You Can't have Both. Our struggle is not an emotional concern, We are not burned out. We are being crushed by an economy that has bafflingly declared working parents inessential. SELECTED - American Illustration 40 3x3 Pro Annual No.18

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BRUTAL INJUSTICE
BRUTAL INJUSTICE

The New York Times Sunday Arts & Leisure Cover - As the Netflix Series "When They See Us" revisits the Central Park jogger case, a writer who covered the original case looks back on what led to the five boys being wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for years. CHOSEN - American Illustration 39

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DRUDGE REPORT
DRUDGE REPORT

The New York Times Sunday Business Cover illustration that asks the question - How did millennial workaholism become an aspirational lifestyle? CHOSEN - American Illustration 39

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RACIAL JUSTICE IN CINEMA
RACIAL JUSTICE IN CINEMA

The New York Times Sunday Arts & Leisure cover illustration for a feature that discusses Racial Justice In Cinema.

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WHAT HAPPENED TO MARK AND SHERYL?
WHAT HAPPENED TO MARK AND SHERYL?

The New York Times Sunday Business Cover Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg's Partnership Did Not Survive Trump. The executives worked together to ensure Facebook's dominance, but the relationship couldn't withstand the challenges of Donald Trump's Presidency.

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TRUMP THEATRE
TRUMP THEATRE

The New York Times Arts & Leisure cover for a feature about how the theatre is taking on the Trump presidency.

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ILLICIT
ILLICIT

The New York Times Business Day cover for an article that takes a look at how entrepreneurs are more likely to engage in illicit activities.

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POPE SCHISM
POPE SCHISM

The Wall Street Journal REVIEW cover that discusses how Pope Francis may be leading the Church to a Schism. Disagreements over same-sex relationships and the role of women are heightening tensions among Catholics worldwide.

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TRANSFORMATIVE ELECTIONS
TRANSFORMATIVE ELECTIONS

The Wall Street Journal REVIEW Cover illustration that looks at transformative elections in U.S. History. The Trump-Biden contest evokes the bitter 1864 vote. Will it too prove to be a pivotal moment in the nation's history?

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COLLEGE ADMISSIONS CON-MAN
COLLEGE ADMISSIONS CON-MAN

The Wall Street Journal REVIEW Cover illustration that explores Rick Singer, the man at the center of the 'Varsity Blues' scandal, and how he was always driven to compete to succeed - and to defy norms.

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HISTORY OF DISEASE
HISTORY OF DISEASE

The Wall Street Journal REVIEW Cover illustration that describes the germs that transformed history. For eons, epidemics have caused mass deaths and social upheaval, with far-reaching effects on politics, trade, migration, colonization, and conquest.

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THE MIDDLE EAST
THE MIDDLE EAST

The Wall Street Journal Review Cover illustration for a feature that discusses how The Middle East Isn't Worth It Anymore. With few vital American interests still at stake there, the U.S. should finally set aside grandiose ambitions for the chaotic region.

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THE SOURCE OF SELF-REGARD
THE SOURCE OF SELF-REGARD

The Boston Globe Book Review Cover Illustration for Toni Morrison's "The Source of Self Regard: Selected Essays, Speeches, and Meditations."

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COSTALEGRE
COSTALEGRE

The Boston Globe Book Review Cover Illustration for Courtney Maum's "Costalegre". Award of Excellence - The Society For News Design

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ONCE MORE TO THE RODEO
ONCE MORE TO THE RODEO

The Boston Globe Book Review Cover for a memoir by Calvin Hennick. Five years into fatherhood, Calvin is plagued by self doubt and full of questions. How can he teach his son to be a man, when his own father figures abandoned him? As a white man, what can he possible teach his biracial son about how to live as a black man in America?

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AMERICAN NIGHTMARE
AMERICAN NIGHTMARE

The Boston Globe Book Review Cover for Alec McGillis's "Fulfillment: Winning and Losing in One-Click America". Amazon is everywhere - How much has it cost us?

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RETHINKING THE GUN BUSINESS
RETHINKING THE GUN BUSINESS

The Washington Post Sunday Business Cover illustration that discusses Dick's Sporting Goods overhaul on firearms policy after Parkland, and how its CEO, Ed Stack, has become an outspoken advocate for gun control.

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SELF CENTERED GOSPEL
SELF CENTERED GOSPEL

The Washington Post Sunday OutLook Cover illustration that describes the self-centered gospel of Williamson and Trump.

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IDENTITY CRISIS
IDENTITY CRISIS

Security Management Cover illustration for a feature that discusses the fast growing trend of how fraudsters layer real and fake personal information to invent identities that prove difficult to detect.

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BACK TO THE BOARD
BACK TO THE BOARD

Chess Life Cover illustration for a feature that discusses the return of in-person chess tournaments after a long year of cancelled or online-only events.

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LIVING LEGACY
LIVING LEGACY

Naperville Magazine Cover illustration celebrating the 60th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech to the North Central College community, a pivotal event in the ongoing work of Naperville residents at the forefront of the city's civil rights crusade.

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WE SHALL BE RELEASED
WE SHALL BE RELEASED

The Progressive Cover illustration that discusses the call for criminal justice reform.

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UNBREAKING THE SYSTEM
UNBREAKING THE SYSTEM

Boston University Cover illustration for a feature that discusses how criminal justice reform promises to change life on the inside and outside, but will it be enough?

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ALONE AND AFRAID
ALONE AND AFRAID

Scholastic Cover illustration for a feature that discusses the thousands of immigrant children crossing into the U.S. at the southern border have been separated from their families - WHY?

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END THE PANDEMIC
END THE PANDEMIC

Junior Scholastic Cover illustration for a feature that discusses how teens are helping to end the pandemic. Student volunteers across the country are rolling up their sleeves to take part in the Covid-19 vaccine trials.

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UNITING FOR TOLERANCE
UNITING FOR TOLERANCE

Junior Scholastic Cover illustration for a feature that discusses how teens across the country are taking a stand against anti-Asian discrimination.

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WORLD DIS-ORDER
WORLD DIS-ORDER

Courrier International Cover illustration for a feature discussing some turbulent waters between China and The United States.

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CLASH OVER WAR
CLASH OVER WAR

Marquette Lawyer Cover illustration from a lecture that discusses the clash over war between Congress and the Commander in Chief.

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DYING CONSTITUTIONALISM
DYING CONSTITUTIONALISM

Marquette University Cover illustration for a feature and lecture series that discusses the dying constitutionalism and the Fourteenth Amendment.

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BLAST OFF
BLAST OFF

Vanderbilt University Cover illustration for a feature that takes a look how Vanderbilt's championship rocket team launches alumni into the future of aerospace.

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CRACKING THE CODE
CRACKING THE CODE

BenefitsPRO Cover illustration for a feature discussing how more employers are demanding access to genetic tools to improve employee health and reduce costs.

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MOUNTAIN OF TONGUES
MOUNTAIN OF TONGUES

Virginia Quarterly Review Can a nationalist movement from the internet save the most scattered people on Earth?

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FORCING CHANGE
FORCING CHANGE

American University Cover illustration - Police run towards danger while the rest of us retreat. They have the power to use force-in the interest of their safety and ours. But with that authority comes the need for accountability. As one of only a handful of oversight practitioners, Julie Ruhlin's job is to help departments across the country strike that delicate balance.

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BIG IDEAS
BIG IDEAS

Education Week Cover illustration that accompanied a larger interior series of images for a feature entitled "Big Ideas".

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