Necessary
05.08.18
The New York Times Magazine

What Do We Mean When We Call Art ‘Necessary’? It’s supposed to be a compliment, but it saddles the work—and its audience—with the weight of moral imperative.

AD: Rachel Willey

Brand
05.01.18
The New York Times Magazine

What Happens When People and Companies Are Both Just ‘Brands’? The logic of branding has slipped into every corner of modern life—but it doesn’t seem to profit individuals as much as some once hoped.

AD: Rachel Willey

Backlash
04.24.18
The New York Times Magazine

Online or in Politics, ‘Backlash’ Is as Predictable as Weather Every bit of news sparks tidy cycles of backlash and anti-backlash—the sound of people who can’t sort out who’s actually winning the argument.

AD: Rachel Willey

Business Cards
04.20.18
New Studio

New Studio business cards, printed on the business cards of other businesses.

Community
04.17.18
The New York Times Magazine

What Good Is ‘Community’ When Someone Else Makes All the Rules? Life online can offer us a sense of belonging in any number of virtual villages. But the power to control these spaces isn’t very communal at all.

AD: Rachel Willey

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