August 19, 2012
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July 30, 2012
Here are a few recent pieces:
The first is about a man whose garden is being destroyed by deer. For the Dr. Know column in Cincinnati magazine.
This piece is about the rudeness of saving a parking space at the mall. Also appearing in the Dr. Know column.
This gentleman is for an article in Plansponsor magazine entitled Against Common Wisdom - Baby boomers retiring on time.
June 15, 2012
May 20, 2012
April 25, 2012
This illustration is running in the April 30th issue of ESPN magazine. "Time to re-evaluate: The NFL boys club made a mess of the draft, but it's nothing a woman can't fix."
March 15, 2012
This piece was for an article about a mural at a college in Cincinnati. The mural was painted in the 30's and the artist placed "toothbrush mustaches", similar to Hitler's, on most of the men. He refused to paint them out so they hired someone else to do so. Supposedly you can still see the over-painting. For the Dr. Know column of Cincinnati magazine.
March 7, 2012
This piece stems from a sketch I did for an article about how to make baseball more interesting and dramatic. The art director chose a different sketch, but I liked this one. I had fun taking it to completion for my own satisfaction.
I recently had a nice interview with a reporter from the Eesti Ekspress newspaper. He was a great sport and came all the way to Philadelphia for a chat.
The interview is in Estonian, but it has some pictures of my work and may give you a nice introduction to what the Estonian language looks like. "Kalalinna karikaturist" translates as "Fishtown caricaturist" after the neighborhood I live in. Coincidentally, Tallinn, Estonia has a neighborhood called Kalamaja, which roughly translates as Fish House or Fishtown. Thanks to my cousin Stella for teaching me about this!