“One of the more exciting calls I get as an artist working in the field of new media is for editorial illustration work. It’s rare.” In a Medium post, software artist Zach Lieberman unpacks the cover and secondary artworks he created for this week’s New York Times Magazine. To accompany Kashmir Hill’s deep dive on Clearview AI and face recognition, Lieberman built on an earlier face fragmentation sketch, because “it feels like these companies are building portraits of us that are unsettlingly made from disparate pieces.”

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