Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Nature & Technology

This was a cover that I just did for the lawrence.com Deadwood Issue #240. This image/idea was the first thing to come to me and I just couldn't get the idea of a robot tree waltz out of my head. Check out the nature and technology issue here - link.

Limited Edition - Hand Signed & Numbered Prints available!

Monday, March 30, 2009

Economy Dampens Publishing

This was done for the April issue of the The Writer for an article titled "Economy Dampens Publishing".

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Creative Quarterly 15: Waiting For A Believer

More good news! Waiting For A Believer was chosen by the fine jury over at Creative Quarterly and will be featured in Creative Quarterly 15. Art prints are available as well to help pay off those sweet entry fees :) - Waiting For A Believer prints


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You can see what prints are currently available HERE.

March : Ojay - Tiny Pimp
April : Juana - Gardener On Potato Island
May : Alissa - Poor Little Calamari, Elvina - Robot Pirate, Toby - Unlikely Lovers, and Ann - Tiny Pimp

Monday, March 16, 2009

Hope Is the New Fear

This was a cover that I just did last week for the lawrence.com Deadwood Edition. They let me do my own custom type for the headline too which was cool. Check out the "Hope Is the New Fear" story here - link.

Friday, March 13, 2009


Three great animations I just came across over at Dorsumi.

La Maison en Petites Cubes from dorsumi on Vimeo.

Gary from Gary on Vimeo.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Time Out New York Kids - Classics 2.0

Had the pleasure of working with Skye Back again over at Time Out New York Kids for this month's March issue. I got to do character illos for the cover, table of contents, and the feature as well. It really turned out to be a fun assignment. The feature was a review of their favorite books, movies, music, tv, cartoons, and toys all the way from the 80s to the present. You can read the article here: link

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Out of Poverty

This piece was done for the March issue of St. Louis Magazine, the article discussed Washington University social scientist Michael
Sherraden's welfare solution that helps recipients save money and build futures through a government matching program he calls IDAs (Individual Development Accounts).

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Show of Hands

This illustration was done for the March issue of Indianapolis Monthly magazine. They were looking for something to quickly and cleverly communicate that they have a good bunch of volunteers (that do more than their share of volunteering). Also to somehow incorporate the headline "Show of Hands". So I put those notes between two pieces of rawtoast and fed them to my illustration concept generating robot (version 2.5) and this was what he told me to draw.

Monday, March 2, 2009

Musical Chairs

This illustration was done for the Talk of the Town section in the March issue of 417 Magazine. The blurb was about some favorite acts in Branson show-business that are currently engaging in theater swaps.