This illo for Publisher’s Weekly was for a story about a book with a tricky title. Robert I. Sutton’s “The No Asshole Rule” proved difficult to discuss on public airwaves, and the way the interviewers approached the title varied greatly. An NPR producer killed the interview after a producer got squeamish, and anything-goes satellite radio actually asked him to mention the title frequently as they figured their audience would enjoy hearing it on their radios.
I was listening to the audio book of Frank Herbert’s Dune while working on this. Nothing like an epic story to keep you glued to your desk while working on a deadline.
You can see more of my work for Publisher’s Weekly here.