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The article, “Storm Chasers”, highlights how doctors are mitigating the patient fear factor with new surgical approaches to epilepsy.

In January of 2017, the Department of Health and Human Services revised the rules for social science research. Essentially, experiments may be conducted without review board oversight. Now, some social science researchers are allowed to determine whether or not their studies are harmful to human subjects. I wanted the image to have some tension, some darkness. I also thought a Rorchach like image would be in context and fun to do. After trying my hand at 3 actual ink blots I got one that worked. What do you see? Article Link

Social Science Research by Ken Orvidas

A few years ago I did monthly illustrations for Entrepreneur Magazine. As I was going through 2016 year end organizing I came upon this illustration about the tensions surrounding the EU and the US. Now that Brexit has occurred the issue is on the table again.

Brexit by Ken Orvidas

One from the archives. Notre Dame Alumni Magazine examines the sometimes blurry division between issues of church and state.

Church and State by Ken Orvidas

My last image created in 2016 was for an article for Harvard Magazine that explores the reasons why some crowdsourcing efforts are more successful than others.

Crowd Sourcing by Ken Orvidas

My first image created for publication 2017 was for the Science Section about the benefits of new friendships that form between people in their 70’s, 80’s and beyond. These social relationships are important at staving off dementia, etc.

Senior Friends by Ken Orvidas

A piece I illustrated about USA Gambling that pretty much fits on this election day. Some call it a roll of the dice others call it something else.

USA Gambling by Ken Orvidas for Men's Health Magazine

 

 

Managing the daily deluge of data we encounter is getting to be a harrowing task.

Data Deluge by Ken Orvidas for CFO Magazine

I found this one for the Wall Street Journal in my archives. The article is a whimsical take on the serious subject of thefts in the office.

Klepto by Ken Orvidas for the Wall Street Journal

For an article about the importance of setting goals and setting them high.

Setting Goals by Ken Orvidas

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