Faith Arrest

My collaboration with Michael Shermer seems to establish itself as a regular feature under the auspices of Scientific american.

So here is another article of his which I had the pleasure to illustrate.

faith arrest

faith arrest

And I thought I might add the rough, for the sake of it.

faith arrest-rough

faith arrest-rough

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Less thinking, more guts.

Reflex vs reflection

Reflex vs reflection

This article, published in Calcalist, exposed the results of a study, showing that at the end of the day, decisions are taken mainly by our gut reaction despite a lengthy cerebral deliberation. Food for thoughts.

How Beliefs in Extraterrestrials and Intelligent Design Are Similar

A poignant article by Michael Shermer about our belief systems. a great read.

Argumentum ad ignorantiam

Argumentum ad ignorantiam

Pensions

Here’s a series of illustrations I was commissioned for by Calcalist. The images accompanied a series of investigative articles around the management of pension funds in Israel.

I have elected to follow the scrutinizing quality of the series and came up with an autobiographical character in the main role…

1.Where Does My Money Go?

1.Where Does My Money Go?

2.Who's investing my pension money?

2.Who’s investing my pension money?

3.which tycoon got my future as a gift?

3.which tycoon got my future as a gift?

4.why did my money went abroad?

4.why did my money went abroad?

5.why should I trust him at all?

5.why should I trust him at all?

6.How I got involved in gambling, tobacco, arms trading and the gray market

6.How I got involved in gambling, tobacco, arms trading and the gray market

7.what foreign interests are meddled in my money?

7.what foreign interests are meddled in my money?

8.How did my money got into the money market?

8.How did my money got into the money market?

9.how can I influence the management of my pension fund?

9.how can I influence the management of my pension fund?

10.what am I going to be left with once I retire?

10.what am I going to be left with once I retire?