Ivan created this image for an article in Independent Living about the usefulness of hypnosis for treating a variety of issues. Ivan took a more intuitive approach compared with his usual concept-driven approach.
Ivan created this image for the cover of the journal Research for their issue on dementia.
A popular concept as seen from Ivan's unique perspective.
Ivan is a very accomplished communicator in the fields of medicine, medical research and health care.
Ivan created this image to address the various roles that a company plays in the lives of its workforce.
The building of an idea.
Justitia's fractured eyes
Ivan created this image for Minnesota Medicine's commentary about how the cost of health care restricts doctors.
Ivan created this image for Crossborder (Economist Intelligence Unit). The writer argued that the post-Soviet worldwide economic situation was not, as some believed, an era of “New Order” stability. Instead, it would lead to more disorder than before the demise of the Soviet Union. The article proposed that the business analyst or investor “rethink” and “re-engineer”. Ivan saw this negative situation as the world covered by a dark shell. Some chiseling (“rethinking”) would allow one to see undiscovered truths and possibilities.
One of Ivan's recurring themes: the relationship between the government and health care.
Ivan approaches a conceptual image the way a grammarian constructs a sentence but with symbols and actions as his subjects and predicates.
While Ivan is a strong conceptual artists, he can also create in a more traditional style.