What a turbulent time we live in. When I made this illustration, the details were still coming out. At that time the story was, cop shoots unarmed teen. The police department’s response was just one insulting thing after another … Continue reading
Category Archives: Military
Less caricature, more realism. I guess it reflects the times we are in. The trends I casually watch out of the corner of my eye in the illustration business seem less fantastical and more literal these days. Over the years … Continue reading
Did this cover for The Week Magazine last week. The Veteran’s scandal. I’ve drawn and spoke to soldiers fresh from Afghanistan. Twenty year old men I would normally have called a kid, a boy… I was in the Veteran’s hospital … Continue reading
So much stuff this week. I was so worn out mentally and somewhat physically by Thursday I wasn’t functional until early evening. My art director from National Geographic called around 5 or 6 pm. The 3 espressos I had consumed … Continue reading
The Week Magazine. I think I’ve illustrated for The Week for almost 12 years. They cover everything. This means I get to paint EVERYTHING! Talk about a challenging job for an artist. My process is mostly paint on paper and … Continue reading
A painting for the Joe Bonham Project. The energy emanating from this Marine I was fortunate to meet on one of my trips to Walter Reed was intense. He had been shot in the hip and leg by a 10 … Continue reading
Details from my air force trip to McGuire/Fort Dix.