Back in November, I did a collection of illustrations for Harvard Business Review, and I thought I'd post a few of them. The one above was the big one, a portrait of business guru Peter Drucker. HBR was considering it for the cover, but eventually chose to go with photography, so this pic was used as a full-page alongside the feature instead.
I also did a handful of spot portraits of various CEOs to accompany their thoughts on Drucker. They were pretty small on the page, but I was pretty happy with how the drawings turned out, so I thought I'd post them here a bit bigger.
In the meantime, my primary project is still the Billy Bishop graphic novel for Penguin. It's a long haul, but I think it's coming along well.