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Why We Break Our Stuff Accidentally-on-Purpose Costumed Chaos in Times Square The Secret Life of Emojis
"Why We Break Our Stuff Accidentally-on-Purpose"
Harvard Business School
Working Knowledge
"Costumed Chaos in Times Square: The infamous street Elmos of NYC fight for their right to take selfies with tourists"
The Nib

"The Secret Life of Emojis"
The Boston Globe

     

From Crooklyn to Ice Cream Cone-y Island

A Scanner Constantly

Road to Germany

"From Crooklyn to
Ice Cream Cone-y Island"

The Mint's The Big Picture
(India)

"A Scanner Constantly"
Pacific Standard

With writer Adam Bessie

"The Road to Germany: $2400"
Foreign Policy

With writer Alia Malek
and photographer Peter van Agtmael
     

Fare Game

AD10K

Notification Cancer

"Fare Game:
Taking the Rating Economy for a Ride"
Al Jazeera America

With reporter Michael Keller

"Where Are They Now? Revisiting 4 Katrina Survivors 10 Years Later"
Fusion

Follow-up to
A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge

"Notification:
You've Got Cancer"

The Boston Globe

With writer Adam Bessie
     

Crossing the Line

The School is Not a Pipe

Red Hook Family

"Crossing the Line:
Racial Profiling at the U.S. Border"

Medium's The Nib

"This School is Not a Pipe"
Truthout

With writer Adam Bessie

"SuperStorm Stories:
a Red Hook Family," Part II
Medium's The Nib

     

Red Hook Family

Bahrain: Lines in Ink, Lines in the Sand The Beekeeper
"SuperStorm Stories:
a Red Hook Family," Part I
Medium's The Nib

"Bahrain: Lines in Ink,
Lines in the Sand"
Cartoon Movement

2012 Eisner Award nominee.
Translated into Persian, Dutch, and Italian.

"The Beekeeper"
Smith's Next Door Neighbor

With writer Sari Wilson
     
Mr. Met or Mr. Hyde Song for September 11  
"Mr. Met — or Mr. Hyde?!"
ACT-I-VATE
"Song for September 11th"
9-11: Emergency Relief