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  1. Contact — Jeremy A. Leung

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    Work inquiries: hi@jeremyaleung.comPortfolio submissions & reviews: jeremy.leung@institutionalinvestor.comInstagram • @jeremyaleung Twitter • @jeremyaleungSelect clients The New York Times • The New Yorker • The Atlantic • The Globe & ...

  2. Black Student Leadership — Ontario Principals Council Giving Black and African-Canadian Students a Seat at the Table Client: Ontario Principals Council AD: Christine Chiou

  3. Store — Jeremy A. Leung

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    "From Dust to Dust" Comic

  4. Client : The Atlantic AD : Paul Spella COVID-19 is proving to be a disease of the immune system. This could, in theory, be controlled. Why Some People Get Sicker Than Others The Atlantic Client: The Atlantic AD: Paul Spella COVID-19 is proving ...

  5. Student Debt — NY Times — Jeremy A. Leung

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    Student Debt — NY Times Client: The New York Times AD: Andrew Sondern For millions deep in student loan debt, bankruptcy Is no easy fix.

  6. From Dust to Dust — Jeremy A. Leung

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    Written and illustrated by Jeremy Leung. A 24-page, three-colour risograph comic, printed at the School of Visual Arts ’ RisoLAB. Available for purchase here . From Dust to Dust Written and illustrated by Jeremy Leung. A 24-page, three-colour ...

  7. Clones — This.org Client: This MagazineAD: Valerie Thai A fiction piece on a populace that seeks to play god by “suiciding to perfection”, cloning and the resulting degradation of

  8. Exactly How Dangerous is Football? — The New Yorker Client: The New YorkerAD: Sebit MIn Players, coaches, and parents must wrestle with a disturbing combination of hazard and uncertainty. Selected for Society of Illustrators 63Society of

  9. The Curious Case of Dmitry Balyasny — Institutional Investor Client: Institutional Investor AD: Ed Johnson: Ed

  10. The Unintelligible Boundary in Literature — The New Yorker Client: The New Yorker AD: Sebit Min Science and literature alike are readers of the world. And, sooner or later, both lead us to the unreadable, the boundary at which the unintelligible ...