This illustration assignment came courtesy of Gina Tomko at Digital Directions magazine. At the time of this illustration, there was a lot of confusion about Obama’s blackberry and whether or not he would be able to keep it after assuming the presidency. Here is a tearsheet:
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.
Mitchell Hoffman of City Hall Magazine recently asked me to illustrate an article about a progressive caucus and their efforts to pull City Hall in New York more to the left. I moved out of New York state way back in 1992 but these spots for Manhattan Media keep me fairly well-informed about New York […]
Here is a political spot I was assigned to illustrate for The Capitol Magazine. Illustrate a couple of politicians as panhandlers? How can I resist? (If you are inclined to read the article that my illustration accompanied just click here.)
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.
Apparently, President Obama declined a meeting with the Governor of Nevada (Jim Gibbons) during his trip to Las Vegas on May 26th. In response, the Las Vegas Weekly contacted me to illustrate this “snub” by contrasting his cozy relationship with Senator Harry Reid to his indifference to the seemingly powerless Governor.