Here's an illustration I did for Hour Detroit Magazine. The article talks about personal histories and how many of Detroit's citizens have lost the will to be part of any solution because all of the places that were once special to them, and to their families, are now gone or dilapidated. With nothing to root them to their home, these people have no reason to stay and find comfort in the suburbs. The point is a good one, and describes a problem that many cities are facing (including my old stomping grounds, St. Louis).
You can read the article here.
AD: Cassidy Zobl