Editorial illustrations - Internazionale review
These are some images realized for the italian review Internazionale.
The Making of a Millennial Woman by Rebecca Liu 
the first image: Millennial women

The Making of a Millennial Woman by Rebecca Liu 
the second image: "Millennial Woman par excellence is a deeply disempowered human being." 
The Making of a Millennial Woman by Rebecca Liu 
the third image: Looking at the mirror
The Loneliest Stars in the Galaxy - Certain stars have a history distinct from all the others around them, by MARINA KOREN
Human Drugs Are Polluting the Water—And Animals Are Swimming in It
Salt Could Play a Role in Allergies by Abby Olena
Abolish billionaires
Pron's tale
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie On Her Most Cherished Childhood Memories
The ‘real you’ is a myth – we constantly create false memories to achieve the identity we want by Giuliana Mazzoni
Why people are so unproductive in short windows of time, by Veronique Greenwood
IF IT AIN'T BROKE, DON'T FIX IT by B. Alexandra Szerlip
My fashion nationalism, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie 

Judges and examiners get laxer with practice. So, for better grades, go on a long-taught course 

Heroes, Kings and Saints: the Hungarian fairy tale by Péter Zilahy
How bumbling British boffins became a standing Russian joke by James Harkin
Livestock drove ancient Old World inequality by Lizzie Wade
A personal history of war on Internazionale online
The Horizon of Desire written by Laurie Penny
How to Get Away With Murder in Small-Town India by Ellen Barry 
The first quantum-cryptographic satellite network will be Chinese - Quantum cryptography’s early birds 
This is my Schrödinger Quantum cat.
L’allergie ne connaît pas de limite d’âge par Pascale Santi - Internazionale 
Can Facebook really create a global community? by Yuval Noah Harari  - piece n.01
Can Facebook really create a global community? by Yuval Noah Harari - piece n.02
Going gluten-free without a diagnosis? by Anthony Warner, Chef
Artificial intelligence goes deep to beat humans at poker By Tonya Riley
A new approach to treating eczema harnesses the defensive bacteria that already live on us, by Ed Yong

Massive drop in London HIV rates may be due to internet drugs,  by Clare Wilson 
Perturbateurs endocriniens : la fabrique d’un mensonge, by Stéphane Horel 
What will it take to have more women Nobel Prize winners in science? By Zhai Yun Tan 
Where will we find the first telltale signs of the Anthropocene?  by Colin Barras
The sea, or the Poet at Work by Agnieszka Taborska
Alphabetizing kids by Ilan Stavans - Internazionale magazine
this is a detail
A fake of art (the two pieces above) by Noah Charney
The impostor syndrome by Angela Sirigu
Chimpanzee deity 
Mosquito Zika fever
There may be water on Mars. But is there intelligent life on Earth? By George Monbiot
Why lack of sleep makes us emotionally distracted by everything By Jessica Hamzelou
Open the Music Industry’s Black Box by DAVID BYRNE
Panic, depression and stress: The case against meditation by  Miguel Farias and Catherine Wikholm
Natural Selection May Help Account for Dutch Height Advantage by Carl Zimmer
Le désherbant Roundup classé cancérogène par Stéphane Foucart 
Whatch what you say. Better automated acquisition of speech may be more about seeing than hearing 
Unraveling the Key to a Cold Virus’s Effectiveness by Karl Zimmer
to Radwa Ashour on Internazionale special issue
People from Mexico show stunning amount of genetic diversity by Lizzie Wade 
Je regrette: how else can we learn from our past? by Carina Chocano - today on Internazionale
Le lappole di Justyna by KAJA MALANOWSKA
TOO SOON TO TELL, The case for hope by Rebecca Solnit
The Christmas Paper I created for Internazionale
Saying it With Flowers, 14.000 Years Ago by Michael Balter
My search for a smartphone that is not soaked in blood by George Monbiot
How can opium be so ancient, and addiction so modern?
Editorial illustrations - Internazionale review

Editorial illustrations - Internazionale review

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