"Why Combo Gizmos Don't Cut It: TV-Pcs, Web-Access Phones Show That Whole Can Be Less Than Sum of Its Parts"
"This Old House, Better Than New"
"In Japan,Teens Gab, Gab, Gab: Cell-Phone Fad Links Pen Pals In Faceless Talk"
"Cranky Consumer: Shopping for Auto Insurance"
"How to Fix Your Life"
"Calling a Caterer For an Everyday Event"
"Stick With the Job You Know, More Employees Are Saying"
"Getting Online Faster From a Hotel"
"Currency Crisis: Sending Money To Someone in a Pinch Abroad"
"The Great Race: ETFs vs. Funds"
"Gourmet Coffee Becomes The Latest Office Perk"
"Gauging the Economy's Engine as it Sputters Along"
"Atypical Workdays Becoming Routine"
"Where Yellow's a Faux Pas, and White is Death"
"Wandering Life, Perpetual Feast"
"Face It, You're Spending, Not Investing" - (The Wall Street Journal) People think buying a McMansion, or a sable coat, is an investment... hah!
"A Night to Bid Good Riddance to a Crummy 2016"
"Who's Responsible for Those $4 Umbrellas?” (sketches)
“Getting Real With Grass” (sketch) The editor had suggested the idea of an enthusiastic lawn-mower floating over the turf, but decided to go with another idea once he'd seen it sketched out…
“Attaining Area Code Chic” (sketch)
"Who's Responsible for Those $4 Umbrellas?”
“The Most Awkward Meeting” (sketch)
“The Most Awkward Meeting” (This is a rare glimpse of the the work in process; a scan I did so Pete could start fitting the type in the open elevator doors. You can see that I work the whole image at once, rather than a small area, completing the 'definite' sections before the ones that might be more in shadow, so that the tones are fairly balanced when it's done.)
“Why Dave Is Now a Goldbug” (sketches)
“Why Dave Is Now a Goldbug”
“Getting Real With Grass”
“Attaining Area Code Chic” (for those of you not familiar with New York area codes, '212' is an oldest area code, and is considered more high-status than newer area codes)
“The Most Awkward Meeting” (This illustration about elevator encounters contained space for explanatory text, which was inserted by the art director.)