Another piece for this Sunday’s NYT “Future Tense” column. The article was about how anonymity and the lack of repercussions cause us to be more outspoken and often more antagonistic when we’re commenting or posting online.
The image size for this column is a little weird, but it’s always an interesting challenge to squeeze everything into that long format.
This was for an article about a young woman who was unhappy with how her travel romances have turned out using Tinder. She described an earlier experience where she met someone organically as being a better fit, rather than just meeting people based on profile photos.
What’s shown here was an earlier draft of the final.
My cover for the new paperback release of the classic UK children’s book, “Carrie’s War” by Nina Bawden.
When I was approached to work on it, the editors had a pretty clear idea of what they wanted the cover image to be, which was Carrie seeing the bombing of London during WWII.
There were quite a few changes over the course of designing it. It went through several different color options and minor tweaks to work around the cover design elements. The man’s leg that was in the foreground got cut right at the end.
It was great working with AD/designer Tom Sanderson, who did an awesome job with the title design!