The idea for this cover originated in discussions with my sister, the author.  She wanted the cover to convey this key part of the manuscript; “Gezerah: A rabbinical enactment issued as a guard or preventive measure; also a prohibition or restriction generally; from the root “gazar” (to cut; to decide). The term is especially applied to a negative ordinance which the Rabbis instituted as a guard or a fence (“geder”) to shore up a Biblical precept.” Below is the photo I took to base the illustration on.

I just finished this logo for a trattoria located in a small village between Owl’s Head and Jay Peak in rural Québec. The village is known for its three churches – les trois cloches.

Another one for the Salon des refusés. They asked for a goat on the cover. I really liked the idea that the hand and shadow don’t match.

Turkish edition of Soldiers of Salamis, a novel about the Spanish Civil war.

Comps for a journal cover I am working on.