The New York Times - Letters // Who Speaks for Dying Patients?
Illustration for today’s Letters page, about futile medical overtreatment of people at the end of their lives and what role doctors have in those decisions.
The New York Times - Book Review // ‘The Paying Guests,’ by Sarah Waters
Illustration for this week’s book review. The story is set in 1920s suburban London and follows themes of hard times, sexuality, forbidden love, murder and justice. This was a great piece to work on as the review had such a wide range of potential imagery to draw from.
Have a read for yo’selves here.
Therapy Today // Guatemala - Restoring Cultural Memory and Identity
Final illustration for an article exploring a project that aims to revive the cultural identity of the oppressed and displaced indigenous Maya Achi people in post-war Guatemala.
Therapy Today // Rwanda - Nurturing Reconciliation
Illustration for an article that explores therapy promoting reconciliation between survivors and perpetrators in post-genocide Rwanda.
Therapy Today // Haiti - After The Earthquake
Illustration for an article that discusses the importance of recognising the trauma that people in Haiti went through.
'The earthquake that struck Haiti in 2010 damaged minds as well as bodies.'
Therapy Today // September 2014
I had the pleasure of illustrating this month’s international issue of Therapy Today magazine, including the Front cover (above) and three editorial illustrations.
The articles covered some really powerful stories about different cultures recovering from various situations. I answered some questions about the images and process, which you can read here.
I’ll be posting the rest of the images over the next few days, but in the meantime head over to my website to see the full project!
A big thank you to Laura at BACP for the great AD-ing!