See below for cartoons or other science-related artwork that I've made for talks or other outreach projects. Note that the thumbnails are distorted or don't all show the full image.

You're welcome to use any of these images, but please credit me if you do. I can provide higher resolution versions of several of the images and individual frames of gifs upon request. For many of the digital illustrations, I'm also happy to provide versions with the image text in other languages, if given a translation and enough notice.

Large Scale Structure growth overview for LSA magazine

This is a set of illustrations that were commissioned by the University of Michigan College of Literature Science and the Arts alumni magazine, to illustrate an article about recent research by Minh Nguyen, Dragan Huterer (my PhD advisor), and Yuewei Wen. The preprint of Minh, Dragan, and Yuewei’s research paper... [Read More]

Snowmass Cosmic Frontiers Overview

I made this illustration at the request of the Cosmic Frontier conveners for the Snowmass 2021 DPF community planning exercise. The illustration was featured on the title page of the final Cosmic Frontier Snowmass Report. [Read More]

Darkbite on DES Y3 beyond-LCDM analysis

This cartoon is part of the DES Y3 #Darkbites social media series. It was drawn to illustrate one of the Dark Energy Survey’s Year 3 key cosmology results paper titled “Dark Energy Survey Year 3 Results: Constraints on extensions to ΛCDM with weak lensing and galaxy clustering.” The paper describes... [Read More]

Darkbite on Hyperrank method

This cartoon is part of the DES Y3 #Darkbites social media series. It was drawn to illustrate a paper, led by Juan Cordero and Ian Harrison, which describes a new approach to marginalizing over uncertainties in the line-of-sight distribution of galaxies measured by photometric survyes like DES. The paper is... [Read More]

Hubble diagram

This hand-drawn plot was done to try and help develope more intuitive understanding of how type Ia supernovae can be used as standard candles to probe the expansion history of the Universe. [Read More]