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.)
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.
“New York Council speaker Christine Quinn is up for re-election with very little competition aside from two female candidates. Quinn is sitting in a large chair and the the two women … trying to cut the chair down but not having much success.”
For a spot in City Hall magazine, this illustration depicts New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (Ind.) with New York State Senator Martin Golden (R-Brooklyn.) The headline reads, “In Boosting Bloomberg Among GOP, a Golden Opportunity for Political Payback, Helping an ’09 mayoral run could pave way for ’10 Congressional run.” “State Senator Marty Golden is […]
Art Director: Beth Schwarz for Luxury Las Vegas Magazine Luxury Las Vegas profiled four Las Vegas personalities and had me illustrate each one’s portrait. Pictured are Governor Kenny Guinn, President of UNLV Carol Harter, Sheriff Bill Young, and Richard “Dick” Morgan Dean of UNLV’s Boyd School of Law.