Friday, September 16, 2016
James Ferguson made an enormous contribution to the digital world by created LCD technology. His daughter Teri wrote a book about his fascinating life. I was thrilled to contribute the cover illustration - which incorporates the colors of natural liquid crystals.
This project came about after Teri came across a portrait I created of her father in 2011, for the tech company, Softmart. The drawing (below) appeared in a calendar celebrating great technological innovators. In adapting this piece to a book-cover, I found Teri and designer Susan Shankin to be a pleasure to collaborate with. Looking forward to reading about his life!
Thursday, September 15, 2016
Wednesday, September 14, 2016
This piece for Prevention Magazine accompanies a humorous piece about learning how to meditate (with mixed results). Thanks to Annabelle Gurwitch for writing such a fun essay, and to Nathan Sinclair for excellent art direction. Below are sketches I submitted.
Below is a smaller illustration which accompanied the story
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Monday, September 12, 2016
As life unfolds before my eyes, I like to unfold my sketchbook,
|At the Red Hook Pool, 9.02.16|
|At the Mad Dash 5K road-race, Rhinebeck, NY 9-05-15|
|at Modern Taco, Red Hook, NY 9-10-16|
|Minister Dan gives the sermon at St. Paul's Cathedral Buffalo, NY 8-21-16|
|Workers paving my street 9-09-16|
You can view a big gallery of sketchbook drawings here at my new site.
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Here's a promotion I created for Riverdale Country School. This Bronx-based educational institution believes that learning is not just limited to the classroom. It's also about benefiting from lots of life-experiences out in the world.
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Before Hillary Clinton, and before Barack Obama, there was Shirley Chisholm. This African-American congresswoman ran for the US presidency in 1972. Along with Jesse Jackson, She helped break down racial and gender barriers for future candidates on the road to the White House. A special thanks to art director, Christa Tubach at UConn magazine for this timely assignment!
Sunday, August 14, 2016
Here are some sketchbook spreads from my stay at Bethany Beach, Delaware last week. Sitting by the ocean and drawing is a truly relaxing experience.
|Isobel does a crossword puzzle on the beach...|
|While watching the Olympics on TV, I sketched a scrabble game in progress|
|The beach house across the street|
|observing beach-goers around me|
|A view of Fenwick Island State Park before a kayaking tour|
You can view a big sketchbook gallery at my new site here!