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I did a quick assignment for the Wall Street Journal this week, a piece for their October 1 issue for a story about how the market is affecting divorce arrangements.

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The previous dentist chair sketch was ink work for this illustration, an assignment from the Washington Post for an illustration to accompany an editorial about defunding the United States Institute of Peace. Below are the thumbnails. This was a quick deadline, one day for sketches, two days for art. I started out with a peace [...]

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Barry Hannah

I have three illustrations in the March 2011 issue of The Oxford American. This issue is about the author Barry Hannah who died one year ago this month. Here’s some of the process, ink and gouache, assembled in Photoshop. Here’s a repeating pattern tile I made from the drops.

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Lucky Funds cereal

Here’s some process from a piece I did last December, an exec reading the back of a box of Lucky Funds cereal.

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Universal remote illo sketch

Here is the sketch for the illo, for a story about universal remote controls, how they don’t necessarily work that well. I arranged the letter buttons to suggest the shape of the remote, and to allow some of the letter buttons to overlap the thumb and finger to imply that it wasn’t working. The floating [...]

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Pink hand

This is a study for an illo about channel surfing with a remote control that I’m working on. Gouache with ink linework. My beginning gouache palette consists of Pthalo Blue, Magenta, and White, so a lot of pink and light blue images for now, til I expand the palette.

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