A spot illustration of Artie Lange who was performing in Las Vegas at the Hard Rock Hotel adn Casino at the time. The article contains quotable gems like this one, “I had a bad cocaine problem in the ’90s. The last five years have been heroin. Opiates and booze.” Some time after this illustration, he […]
Back in February 2009, Bill Gates unleashed a swarm of mosquitoes at a TED conference in California. It was apparently a noble effort to highlight the dangers of malaria. It scared the (mostly rich and famous) attendees and resulted in my receiving an illustration assignment from Seattle Metropolitan Magazine, so all’s well that ends well! […]
Here is a “mash-up” spot I recently illustrated for Vegas Seven Magazine. The story (written by Stacy J. Willis) is titled Bully Pulpits and is a timely piece about turf battles among various anti-bullying activists. Thanks go to Marvin Lucas for the job.
Here is a cover I recently illustrated for The Capitol Magazine. It’s always a nice feeling to have a cover illustration, so a hearty “thank you” goes to Managing Editor, Andrew Hawkins.
Here is a spot I for an article in City Hall Magazine written by Andrew J. Hawkins titled, “Trump Card” Mr. Hawkins writes, “Could the Donald run competitively in New York? Not until he kisses the ring.”
This is my latest illustration for an article in Vegas Seven Magazine written by David Figler titled, “What’s Tea Got to Do With It?” Mr. Figler writes, “In the Cocktail Party, we understand that Nevadans want answers. And the answer is ‘Yes.’”
Here is a new illustration for an article in Vegas Seven Magazine written by David Wrobel titled, “Higher Learning.” Mr. Wrobel contends that, “When it comes to Las Vegas, sometimes the best and brightest just don’t get it.”
I contributed an illustration to a story in Vegas Seven Magazine written by Douglas Unger. It is titled, “A Modest Proposal.” In it is a solution to UNLV’s financial woes—Mr. Unger proposes to sell the University of Nevada Las Vegas to China.