Drawn in the sketchbook while enjoying the MOMA sculpture garden’s warm autumn weather. Lamentably I neglected to write down the sculptor’s name.
I’m tying the knot in May to my sweet Kristina and am in the midst of some designs for the invites and other assorted design elements. These trees were some tests.
The art director at the Riverfront Times (Sarah Norwood) gave me this assignment last week and the brief I was given was ‘goth cruise’. That was all the information I wanted to know. My favorite detail is that the fellow in the lower right corner appears to be wearing a Dracula-style cape. Click on the image for a larger view.
An illustration for the Wall Street Journal Economic Survey.
It’s fun to draw other peoples sculptures. These were drawn in my sketchbook and tweaked in Photoshop. To the left is a piece by Herbert Ferber titled ‘Homage to Piranesi’ and on the right is an untitled sculpture by Joel Shapiro.
A few week back my three older brother and I hiked across the stunning Presidential Range in New Hampshire staying in the AMC huts along the way. The sketchbook drawings above were done in the Lakes of the Clouds common room overlooking the Ammonoosuc Ravine. Each summer my brothers and I try to gather in a nice outdoor location for an ‘Art Lodge’ in which we begin paintings and drawings and pass them around until each has taken a turn (these will be seen in a future post). Below brothers Phil, James and Stephen take their turns:
Illo for wsj.com regarding fantasy sports and if/when parents should allow their kids to get involved. I think the kid in the stroller here may be headed for trouble.