This Sunday’s spot in the Times Magazine was a lot of fun. Accompanying an article about Twitter as the forum for discontent with politics, we landed on an image I was really excited about. Shown is the final and a few other rough ideas.
Here’s a small thing I did for today’s New York Times Magazine. This time accompanying another great Maud Newton article about author Marguerite Duras’ disapproval of the film adaptation of her masterpiece “The Lover”.
Here’s part of a fun assignment I did recently. This particular part wasn’t used ultimately, but really happy with trying my hand at some technical drawings. I have a growing collection of old instruction manuals that I’m really fond of, and would love to do more technical stuff like this. Such a relaxing, methodical way to draw.
Just received this beautiful, beautiful package today from AMC. They put together a book of Breaking Bad-inspired art as a gift to the creators, and I had the pleasure of brushing off my paper dolls for it. Look at my dumb name, just sitting there between Mike Mitchell and Francavilla, pretending this is normal.
If you’re out and about this Sunday, look for a small thing I did in the Sunday New York Times Magazine. It accompanies an article about Marco Rubio’s somewhat record-setting talk show appearances (technically seven in a row, but all from one feed).
Here are some fun spot illustrations for a recent issue of The Hollywood Reporter, detailing some of the accessories of the wealthy L.A. lifestyle.
Here’s a small illustration I did for this past Sunday’s New York Times Magazine. It accompanied an article by Mark Leibovich, asking question of just when Hillary Clinton’s inevitable presidential campaign will begin.
Here’s a small illustration I did for today’s New York Times Magazine. A slightly different version appears along side another great Maud Newton article about why the Dixie Chicks are just now getting into the Country Music Hall of Fame, despite being the highest selling female group of all time.
I couldn’t be happier with this recent, tiny illustration for The New York Times Magazine’s One Page Magazine.It accompanied a small article about “My Daguerreotype Boyfriend”, the awesome Tumblr of old-timey heartthrobs.
Here are more recent portraits, this time for The Hollywood Reporter. A little smaller/less-detailed than the previous set, these accompanied interviews with figures in the late night talk show racket.
I did some simple portraits for Forbes’ new Billionaires Special Issue, on stands now. The art director there is one of the greatest people to work with, and I couldn’t be happier with how these turned out. Here are a few of my favorites. (Pictured clockwise from top: Liliane Bettencourt, Karl Albrecht, and Amancio Ortega)
Celebrating some famous bangs today
If, like me, you are severely depressed after this season of Downton, might I suggest an alternate universe where all the characters are still alive and well? If Agent Jack Gates can save them from foreign spies, that is. Agent Gates is available wherever books are sold!
Seldom do I get to make use of original artwork, but I’m really excited about this one. Chris Pratt’s management reached out to me last week to say they enjoyed Vulture and I’s Guardian of the Galaxy/Parks and Recreation mash-up, and hoped they could get the original as a gift for Mr. Pratt himself. I’ve been a big fan of his since Everwood, so I’m really stoked for him to have it. Too bad I couldn’t get the damn coffee stain out…
Here’s a half-page illustration I did for this week’s The Hollywood Reporter. Really happy with how it turned out. The story was about aging rockers still being able to sell out shows in their old age. Art Director Peter Cury and I got to play around with a lot of fun ideas on this one.