Dark times! This printed in the New York Times last month.
I spent most of September and a good part of October painting this for Rutgers University’s Alumni Magazine – they had a special 250 year anniversary issue, to celebrate the 250th, you know, year of the school’s existence. This ended up as a double page spread for a story celebrating the changing nature of Rutgers’s identity over the ages, from the signing of the charter by Queen Charlotte of England (married to George III) to present day. We thought the best way to do that would be by focusing on the students and alumni themselves.
A series of paintings I did for Macalester College back in October.
And THEN I did these for Southwest’s magazine. Statues! Happy campers! Happy cows!
Also, AppleFest 2016! I love doing this every year. This was a particularly good one.
I am so, so, stupidly behind on posting work here, it isn’t even funny.
A few months back I did this for FDU, for an article about the New Jersey Hall of Fame mobile museum. When Harriet Tubman, Bruce Springsteen and Albert Einstein get into a truck…
Hey tumblr! Here’s a few portraits: Hamilton, Olivia Benson, Jefferson, and Tolstoy, because.
In today’s Los Angeles Times. A meet-cute that actually didn’t involve a meeting and never went anywhere. So… a not….meet….un…cute?
Also I’ve become a rabid Hamilton fan. I mean, I was always a fan of the man himself, but the musical is a work of genius and I listen to at least some of the soundtrack like, every day.