Here’s two more time-lapse sketches I created on my iPhone using the fabulous Brushes app. One more after the jump…
A few pages from the sketchbook – drawn while my wife Kristina and I honeymooned in amazing Costa Rica. If you ever find yourself there, I highly recommend a visit to the MonteVerde Cloud Forest Preserve:
This crab was drawn on the beach in Mal Pais. If you ever find yourself there I’d recommend a stay at the very tranquil Beija Flor.
Some primary forest:
Here’s an illo for The New York Times that I busted out last week for their Sunday regional section. Since I recently became a huge fan of “Top Chef”, I was excited to illustrate Jodi Rudoren’s fun essay on how there ought to be a “Home Cooks” edition of the popular cooking show. Quickfire and elimination challenges that would make the TV contestants wither go on every day in a house full of hungry family members. Note the Dad playing the part of the poor-man’s Tom Colicchio at the dinner table. Art direction by the always-pleasant Richard Weigand.
You can see more of my work for The New York Times here.
Behold the illustration for this summer’s Siren Music Festival and crazily enough, it’s my ninth year creating the poster art for the Village Voice. For this years iteration I was really inspired by the new Cooper Union logo designed by Stephen Doyle and its primary palette. I also wanted the art to have a bright, positive vibe to it in this year of shaky confidence (it is after all a free, all-ages, rain-or-shine deal). Click on the image for a larger view.
I’d also like to give props to Diane Perini who is the brilliant mastermind behind the Siren Fest, picking the bands and overseeing the whole event. Also to Mike Gibson who’s done the design work for this and last years festivals.
A few panels from a comic I recently completed. Look for it in a future issue of Mome!