Monday, November 17, 2008
Thursday, November 13, 2008
Knowledge is power...these are a few of my Quirkle friends of whom I have the pleasure of illustrating on a regular basis. All 26 of them are very wise little scientists that help children each day all over the world learn about science. If you haven't heard of them check them out here: Quirkles science experiments for kids
Monday, November 10, 2008
This was an illustration for a book review of Derrick Jensen's "How Shall I Live My Life?: On Liberating The Earth From Civilization".
This illustration for IndyKids accompanied a student written article discussing The Story of Stuff (http://www.storyofstuff.com/index.html). It raises questions and concerns about our continuous extraction of raw materials from the environment and the toxic nature that all the products we consume and discard have on the atmosphere around us.
This illustration was done for IndyKids and accompanied an article that discussed why books should or should not be banned in libraries.
This was a piece recently done for Time Out Chicago's Eat Out section. The article was about a roundtable discussion with critics, chefs and bloggers discussing multiple issues. I was told that the chefs are now starting their own blogs in order to have a forum to respond to critics. Apparently these tend get heated, and people respond to specifics, and there's lots of trash talk and back and forth etc...
This was the final, a little mix of culinary guerilla warfare and critic-blogger droids caught up in the cyclical nature of these virtual discussions. Read the full article over at timeout.com.