Hi illustration buddies!
I wanted to let you know that I am going to be doing all of my future updating through my TUMBLR account:
Thanks for all the support! See you over at the new blog:)
December 01, 2012
I got the chance to contribute this set of hexes to the Brooklyn LaunchPad's "Magic Show" which opened last night. There are some fantastic artists in the show, and if you have the chance to see it in person I would definitely recommend it. A framed 10" x 13" print including all of the hexes above is available for $100. (Email me if you are interested!) Thanks to everyone who came out and to Jess Worby for pulling together another great event! (And sorry for the double post subscribers! Still learning the internet.)
November 26, 2012
|BusinessWeek: The Domain Fronteir|
After a long break, I brought my Cintiq out of retirement this month for some personal projects I was working on. I can't remember exactly why I stopped using it, but I have been really enjoying how much easier it is to experiment with an image when you are actually seeing the picture and your drawing tool at the same time. Although it is totally possible to make super geometric work with the Cintiq, it becomes a lot easier to create fill a space with detail and use the pixels in the way you would use paint or ink. I was glad to put this into practice with this piece for Bloomberg BusinessWeek a few days ago. The story is about a new crop of domain name suffixes that have recently been made available, and the companies that are taking advantage of the new territory to buy up popular URLs in bulk. A big thanks to Shaw Hasto for the assignment!
November 11, 2012
|NY Times: Sunday Business|
I have a new piece in the Sunday Business section of today's NY Times. A big thanks to Minh Uoung for the great assignment, and the chance to share a section with some of my favorite illustrators. (You can read the article here: link.)
November 09, 2012
Fowler Arts Collective
67 West Street
Opening Saturday Nov. 10th, 7-10PM
October 25, 2012
I have a new illustration in the letters section today's NY Times, for a piece on the apparent user-unfriendliness of Windows 8. The deadlines for the section are usually only a few hours long, but I actually love working in this way. With a longer project it is very easy to let your focus drift. But whenever I get a call from the Times my adrenaline goes through the roof and all of the fat gets cut out of my process. (In truth I did find time to watch most of the Daily Show, but apparently that is indispensable.) You can read the letters here: (link). Thanks to Alexandra Zsigmond for the assignment!
October 22, 2012
|NY Times Book Review: Wyclef Jean|