Sunday, May 4th, 2014

The Trolley Problem

Here’s an illustration on the infamous Trolley Problem from the 1970’s that I made for today’s Welt am Sonntag. It describes the ethical dilemma faced by the train driver hurtling toward five track workers. A bystander can stop the train by throwing a fat man on the tracks who happens to be standing standing next to him.

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Monday, June 4th, 2012

Traffic Trouble

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I made this bunch for a three-page Welt am Sonntag feature on mobility and traffic. I went for a whimsical touch that resorts to using more areas of color than outlines.

It was huge fun turning around stuff like bikers, car drivers, subway trains, trucks, policemen, pedestrians walking their dogs, and a hedgehog on a surfboard.

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high-wheel roller-skates

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Tuesday, October 12th, 2010

The Weary Traveler

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Here’s an editorial art about a traveler in Berlin, written from the viewpoint of an American study-abroad student. Turns out that no matter where you go and whatever you’ve been hoping to find (including finding yourself changed), you will always stay who you are. I thought the reflection of the traveler in the mirror inside the suitcase captures that concept quite well.

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