May 3, 2010

my thesis project for THIS spring semester

So, having enough with painting naked people... This spring I did portraits. Of authors. Because you know, doing attractive famous people is just so played out.

 This first one is George Orwell, author  1984, Animal, etc...

This is David Sedaris, who write mostly autobiographical short stories about being a Christmas elf or growing up in The South.

And last for now is John Hodgman, author of two books, and self-proclaimed minor television personality.

I'm so bad at regular updates...

... that it took my way too long to find the "new post" link at the top of the page. Anyhoo, here's the rest of the pieces from thesis last semester. They WERE going to hang in my commencement show. But they got bumped. Probably.

December 11, 2009

My Thesis...

For this semester I did a series of funny/vulgar/naked greeting cards. Most of them revolve around a pun of some sort (they're very classy like that.) This second one deserves thanks to Rachel Dougherty for thinking of "You're A Catch" when I really just wanted to draw sky-bass.

November 7, 2009

Where the Wild Things Were

Poster  for Where the Wild Things Are (done a couple months back when the movie was nothing but a couple image stills on imdb)

Congressman Fossella's Wild Ride

This was a small book I did for an article about Congressman Vito Fossella (from New York) getting pulled over for drunk driving in Virginia.

Mr. Santiago Calatrava

I'm trying to get some design pieces on this blog. This was (is?) a postcard created for this building.

June 25, 2009

Geriatric Reform

This was a piece for an article about senior health care, and how many can not afford it. It was quite the juicy bit of reading, I can tell you.