The New Republic, The Nation, and The Journal
posted: July 6, 2010

Some assignments that I’ve particularly enjoyed from the past couple of weeks.
Above, for an article by Eliza Griswold in The New Republic, about Muammar Qaddafi’s second son Saif’s moves to westernize Libya. I used a skyline shifting from traditional to modern achitecture to illustrate his role as a bridge between the old and the new.
Below, for The Nation, an article about the three American hikers who are in prison in Iran.

Another for The Nation, about the BP oil spill.

Below, for The Wall Street Journal, a portrait of percussionist Manu Katche

And, below, a portrait of Teach for America’s founder, Wendy Kopp.