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.
This was for a story in Vegas Seven Magazine. I was asked to illustrate an article written by Timothy O’Grady. It’s entitled, “Places and Pasts” and it contrasts life in the writer’s native Poland town of Torun to his recent ten month stay in Las Vegas.
For the Arts and Entertainment Reading section in Vegas Seven Magazine, I was asked to illustrate two contrasting stories about gambling in one spot. The article is entitled, “Of Girls and Gambling” in which “Two new female-penned memoirs show the spectrum of gambling, from addiction to ecstasy,” written by Richard Abowitz.
Perhaps you have heard the ad campaign for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, “What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas?” It is widely considered to be one of the most successful branding efforts in advertising history. Vegas Seven Magazine Magazine asked me to illustrate their interesting article that poses the question, ”What Happens […]
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 was a double page spread for The Las Vegas Weekly’s “Who Wants to be our Governor?” article in the October 1-7, 2009 issue. I had fun with this parody as I was asked to draw seven different faces, including Jim Gibbons and Oscar Goodman.