Guess where New Yorkers travel to?

For June 2016 issue of the New York magazine w42st, I was asked to illustrate an infographic that shows the many destinations of the New Yorkers when they finally decide to leave the island of Manhattan. Here’s what I came up with:

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To see/read the full issue of the magazine, go here. You can see my infographics in full size on page 6 of the magazine. Here are the other infographics I did for the magazine for the last 11 months (damn, it’s been 11 months already?!!).

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April’15 Infographic for W42ST Magazine

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Check out the April’s Earth (green) issue of the NY magazine W42ST: http://www.w42st.com. You can see my work on pgs 2 & 6 – a full page ad I did for a new restaurant at the Yotel – Green Fig and – this infographic dedicated to the Earth Day celebrated in April every year. Follow my design work here: http://bit.ly/1IiOgva and my videos @ http://bit.ly/1ROGYth. More data visualization/infographics here: http://bit.ly/1M35Qw0.

Feb’15 Infographic for W42ST Magazine

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Here’s a full page infographic I did for the February issue of the New York magazine W42ST. Follow my design work here: http://bit.ly/1IiOgva and my videos @ http://bit.ly/1ROGYth. More data visualization/infographics here: http://bit.ly/1M35Qw0.

Jan’15 Infographic for W42ST Magazine

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Here’s a full page infographic I did for the January issue of the New York magazine W42ST. Follow my design work here: http://bit.ly/1IiOgva and my videos @ http://bit.ly/1ROGYth. More data visualization/infographics here: http://bit.ly/1M35Qw0.

 

World Cup 2014 Series: Leo Messi, Sergio Romero, Angel Di Maria, Thomas Muller & Julio Cesar Illustrated

I was rooting for the Argentinian national team during the World Cup 2014! The World Cup 2014 matches were so much fun to watch! I couldn’t get enough of the semi-finals and finals! The Argentans and Germans put up such a great fight! Can’t wait till the next World Cup, which will take place in Russia, in the country, where I was born!

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The NYC Biking Culture Timeline: Before & After

The last two weeks I’ve spent analyzing the history and culture of biking in New York City. It was one of the most interesting research projects I’ve done in a while. As a city biker myself, I was really excited about this project. I’ve pretty much learned everything about the history of the public/service biking of New York City, including the many biking subcultures of the city. Here I present a work-in-progress timeline and infographics of the biking culture of NYC…

First version:

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For this spread I tried to illustrate everything as close as possible to the originals: from street signs to the illustrated models of the many bikes one can spot in NYC. All of the illustration is done in Adobe Illustrator. No outside images are used.

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Revised:

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Third version:

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Screen Shot 2014-05-27 at 8.21.37 PMFourth version:

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News in Animation: New York Times Reports, I Reflect

A reflection on the New York Times article Found in Mud, Precious Links to Loved Ones:

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A reflection on the New York Times article Building a $395,000 Burger:

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A reflection on the New York Times Op-Ed The Christian Prenumbra:

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