October 27, 2018

A couple of “in process” pieces, along with my final artwork for the TIME cover featuring Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. 

 



I started this illustration after getting an email from TIME magazine on Monday afternoon and finished it up on Wednesday morning. (yes. An all-nighter was involved.)  I combed through her testimony and later TIME sent some suggestions, as well, to pick the words. You can see how it changed up a bit. We decided that some of the more graphic quotes wouldn’t be necessary… I was trying to paint a picture of what happened to her then and now, and I think that the illustration accomplished this.

Every once in a while I would pop the illustration into a blank TIME mag frame to see how it wou...

July 4, 2018

Since a picture is supposed to be worth a thousand words, I thought I would try to be a bit literal with this artwork.  I didn’t need all one thousand, but I think I got the message across.

I don’t have much to say, as everything I’ve wanted to say to Mr. Trump is right there for all to see. I sent this to The Nation magazine and they ran it as their October 24, 2016 cover.

Here it is:

There's only small differences between the two... the most obvious being the poster will not have The Nation logo... also... the poster contains two typos (found after they went to print.) We caught those in time for The Nation magazine. Kind of funny that both typos were in eye on the right side. (Must have been tired when I worked...

July 4, 2018

This 18x24" poster was based on my cover for The Nation magazine in January of 2009, when Barack Obama was sworn-in as the nation's 44th President of the United States. 

The idea was Barack Obama being sworn into office, surrounded by civil rights figures from throughout history. I then thought it would be appropriate to have the late, great Thurgood Marshall do the honors. I then expanded the idea to include civil rights of all kinds (Chief Joseph, Cesar Chavez, Gandhi, Mandela and Biko, Susan B Anthony, Harvey Milk, etc.)...

Of course, it can't be all-encompassing. There's not enough pages to accommodate everyone who has helped bring about that wonderful moment. But I wanted to include as many deserving figures...

July 13, 2015

I'm now releasing three variant prints from my Widespread Panic screen print. They are pink / cream / blue. Each is an edition signed and #'d to 10. $125 each. There is a limit of 1 for each color, per person at this time. (Max: 3 total) The print features the background Albuquerque newspaper from 100 years ago to the day of the show. For the most part, anyway. There's also a few headlines I changed to reflect the band. Email me with your order. Prints will be distributed on a first come, first served basis. After I confirm, you can pay via PayPal.com or via check. My reply emails will include the details. 

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