Here's a baseball themed spread that I did for the fall, 2016 issue of Pace University Magazine. Thanks to Maria, for the art direction. It turned looks fabulous!
Magazine cover illustration for Georgia Tech School of Industrial and Systems Engineering Alumni Magazine.
This past summer I had the great opportunity to work with the folks at The H. Milton School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech on the cover illustration for the Fall, 2016 edition of their alumni magazine. I can finally post the illustration which is a group portrait of several key individuals who are involved with the school: Standing - Pinar Keskinocak, William W. George Chair and Professor and Monica Villareal, (Ph. D. IE 15) former George Fellow. Seated - Bill (BSIE 64, Honorary Ph.D. 08) and Penny George and Sheereen Brown (BSIE 12, MSHS 14) former George Fellow.
Special thanks to Barbara and the team over at ISYE for the creative direction!
I have many thoughts on the past week's events. As an artist, it's much easier for me to make a statement drawing than it is writing. It also means that I can create things that that might make someone's day a little brighter. So I made this illustration for you.
America is already great and we all know right from wrong. Feel free to download this artwork, share it or print it out. Print size for small posters at 12"x17.5 inches 300 DPI and low res 72DPI version for web.
Ever been invited to watch the big game (that you don't really know anything about?) Yup, me too! This spot that I did for the November Issue of Main Line Today shows how many of us really feel while everyone else is hooting and hollering at the TV. The article gives a quick run down of basic to know facts and stats like who is the quarterback, their jersey number, what they do, when they'll play and where is the best place on the Main Line to watch the game.
Many thanks to Cristela at Main Line Today for the art direction!
I just did this funny little illustration for the November issue of Baltimore Magazine. The article, written by Jane Marion, is titled "Power Hungry" and it's about the politics of the presidential palate. You can read it on page 224.
The specs were to include Trump and Clinton as well as nominees from times past eating some really weird (and sometimes gross) combinations: Lincoln chowing down on chicken fricassee, Nixon eating cottage cheese and ketchup (barf!) Trump enamored with a McDonald's Filet-O-Fish sandwich (I thought he was more of a Big Mac kind of guy - eye roll) Clinton and hot peppers/Sriracha, George W. noshing on some shrimp and cheesy grits and Jefferson spooning up a cup of crème brûlée. There were a lot of figures to draw in a tiny spaceso I went with a dinner scene adding a little current political climate humor into the mix. There may even be some tiny hands and thieving going on among the dinner conversation. I don't know, what do you think? :) Check it out some details below.
A shout out and big thank you to Stephanie at Baltimore Mag for the art direction!
Go ahead Hillary, you earned it!