The future of the printed press

Well, This week Harford touched on the apparent link between the printed press and corruption. As for me, this was an opportunity to express my own view on the very future, of the very tree that grew the branch from which, my profession is still dangling from.
Well, This week Harford touched on the apparent link between the printed press and corruption. As for me, this was an opportunity to express my own view on the very future, of the very tree that grew the branch from which, my profession is still dangling from.
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Hippothetica

Hippothetica

I simply enjoyed drawing this one. It accompanied an article with a very strong metaphoric edge, criticizing the Israeli inspector of banks.

Vigilance magazine

Recently I have started working with a French magazine, published by EDF, Frances’ largest energy company. As far as an internal magazines are concerned, EDF has on its payroll, no less than 156,000 employees. The themes dealt with in Vigilance, are mostly around the employee’s life. In this issue, I related to an article dealing with the working conditions of EDF’s workers, their work environment, the role of the management and the vicinity of the workplace to one’s home, as part of the employee’s well being. These kind of topic, much as they might come across as dry and informative are in most cases those which provide me with a greater challenge for a creative gymnastic.

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Vigilance Cover

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Homework

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Motivation

Eric Ambler, The Guardian Review’s Cover

In Print, as well as online. here is this week’s Review’s cover with my illustration.

The Guardian's literary review, Eric Ambler

The Guardian’s literary review, Eric Ambler

He became intrigued by the shady, unsavoury characters whom he would once have cast as villains Eric Ambler‘s exciting, fast-paced spy novels influenced Hitchcock and Graham Greene, and with their leftish take on 1930s European politics rescued the genre from nationalist cliché. Thomas Jones on a consummate thriller writer whose scrutiny of the links between big business and bad governments is all too relevant today.