This piece of mine ran in the NY Times last week. I thought I'd better write about it a bit, because I'm getting an uncommon amount of requests for prints.
It was about reading being such a private and personal pursuit. The idea came from my childhood. I would occasionally climb up a russian olive tree in my yard to read when I didn't want to be bothered.
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January 26, 2010
January 25, 2010
Seems like anybody can have a reality tv show now. This was an 11 by 19 inch illustration for the Los Angeles Times. Really glad I bought an oversize scanner awhile back.
The story was about the both the endless variety and the mundaness, so I had to cover both in the roughs. I'm so glad Judy Pryor ,the smart AD on this one, went with the hair roller cameras.
Here's the how the it looked as the section cover.
January 11, 2010
Forget to post this one I did for Joey Santos at the LA Times over the holidays.
Feature was about holiday party manners considering swine flu and electronic invitations.
The roughs. Alas, the Purell wine bottle did not make the cut, but it was a bit weird, plus using a brand name and label, probably was good it didn't get picked.
One of the inside spots.
January 9, 2010
I was pleased to see my Obama and Iran painting made it into the New York Times,
"Notable Opinion Art of the Year", which was a nice little surprise.
Check out all the other great artist's pieces:
NYT Notable Opinion Art of the Year
Circled is my piece, but my favorite is the Bruce McCall piece of the astronaut.