This portrait of Norman Mailer was illustrated for an article detailing Norman Mailer’s enduring literary influence. (It was selected for inclusion in the 48th Communication Arts Illustration Annual.)
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 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 a portrait I painted of Comedian Matt Champagne for Vegas Seven Magazine. Matt writes about his recent gig doing stand-up for a week at the Riviera Hotel and Casino. Mr. Champagne doesn’t mince words when it comes to his complete loathing for the Riviera (and Sin City for that matter.) As for the […]
The Las Vegas Weekly advises “Let’s forget the epic suckage of 2009; here are 36 reasons you should give next year a chance…” This is the first time I have gotten a chance to paint Barry Manilow—hIave to say, he and that nose made the job fun. Having a cover illustration is a very nice […]
This Illustration for the Las Vegas Weekly comes in response to the city’s desire to build and promote a museum in honor of the mob’s history in Las Vegas. The theory being: if a Mob Museum is acceptable, then why not a museum of Celebrity Misbehavior? A result of this line of thinking concludes with […]