Islam and the Bomb, The New York Times Magazine, 2006:
AND HIS CONTRIBUTION TO THE MAGAZINE GRAPHIC INDUSTRY.
Victore’s work has a very distinct visual style: scrawled handwriting, collaged images and layered compositions make up almost every piece. It is hard to see Victore’s work and not know immediately that it is his. His formal style is important to the success of the work. It allows his ideas and opinions to be seen for what they are: the expression of personal belief. James Victore doesn’t work on anything if he doesn’t believe in it. This unapologetic stance is his greatest strength and what makes his work so memorable and speak to so many people.