I just got back from a fun, and very relaxing vacation. It had been too long since I had taken one, so I REALLY enjoyed it. I finished a couple jobs before we left. The first was for Grant Staublin at the Boston Globe Magazine. This piece accompanied an article about Alzheimer's disease. The author's family has a history of the disease, and with new methods of detecting genetic likelihood he poses the question: "If you could learn in advance you're getting the disease, would you want to find out?"
A well written essay with an extremely sad subject. Thank you again, Grant. The other illustration I finished before I took off was for Columbia Law School Magazine, which will be posted as soon as it's published.