Harvard Business Review

This Elements of Value chart for the Harvard Business Review illustrates and organizes the multiple ways in which businesses can add value to a product and raise it above commodity status.


   Jurassic Butterfly: It turns out that a butterfly-like creature existed 150 million years ago in the Jurassic period, then went extinct. Nature then re-evolved the butterfly 50 million years ago as flowering plants came into being. Very interesting!

Harvard Business Review

How to visualize data from complex relationships, in the case population movement between 10 American cities.


The thrill of the treasure hunt and the boom of the outlet mall.


Jargon Watch: Viperblack, a technology similar to black viper snake scales to create a fabric that's 40% darker than standard black.


CRISPR, a technology for copying and pasting genes

Philadelphia Magazine

A map of the extensions planned for SEPTA, the Philadelphia public transit system.


GM and Lyft are Building a Network of Self-Driving Cars


Jargon Watch: Pogo Jet, is a less-lethal bullet with it's own propellant.

Field & Stream

The Minnesota Triangle (of Fish)


Icon set for an article about shopping around for health care.

Client Test

A test illustration in a new style


An icon set for an article comparing cold versus flu symptoms

Rensselaer Polytechnic Alumni Magazine

An illustration highlighting some of the possibilities of smart lighting: (from left to right) color shifting from blue to red to aid the transition to sleep, automatically set heating and cooling based on sensing the people in the room, tuning lights ...


A Jargon Watch illustration for the word Megasupermolecule, a fuel additive that suppresses explosions by causing fuel to clump into droplets instead of being released as flammable mist


Pandora, Spotify, Google, and Apple battle for dominance in the streaming music service arena.


The CISA Bill pits Apple, Twitter and Salesforce, which are in opposition, against Intel, AT&T, IBM, and Comcast which are in favor of the bill.

Peace for Paris

My heart goes out to Paris tonight... #peaceforparis


Product illustrations for San Francisco-based Ammunition Group.   

L-Dopa Print Shop

1978 Porsche 911 SC "Safari" for the L-Dopa Print Shop. In 1978 Porsche modified a basically stock 911 SC with a roll-cage, skid plates, and long-travel suspension and entered it in the East Africa Rally, then considered the world's toughest. The car's 3.0-liter ...


Ask a Geek

Bloomberg Pursuits

Driving Academies ...


How Wise are Convention Financial Wisdoms?

L-Dopa Print Shop

1971 De Tomaso Pantera for the L-Dopa Print Shop

L-Dopa Project

Custom Deluxe 

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