• This is a cover design for the New Yorker magazine.  The concept was inspired by the Capitoline Wolf, which is a bronze sculpture depicting a wolf mother feeding two infant twins - Romulus and Remus - who later became the two founders of Rome.  This piece incorporates this same idea but in a different context.  The illustration is supposed to depict how today's generation of Americans are increasingly becoming less and less productive and are in a sense draining what was once and incredibly powerful America into a country that is now economically feeble.