Super excited to be part of the Lürzer’s Archive 200 best illustrators world wide 2016/17, some of my favorite pieces were selected for the spread, mr cat approves.
A new full page illustration for Columbia business School alumni magazine, had a lot of fun painting the water and reflection. Big thanks to Joe Petrine for the awesome art direction.
A cover illustration I created for Fore magazine last year. Did you know you could golf in the National parks in California?
I had the pleasure of working with Wax Revolution in Mexico on some murals for their facilities. They did such an awesome job installing the murals. Here’s some pics…
I’ve been super busy working on an exciting book called Why LA? Pourquoi Paris? for the past year. Now I can finally share some of the works I did. The book consists of over 140 illustrations mixing and pairing yesterday and today, the monument and everyday, the people and things, the stories of these two very different yet similar cities, done by me and the amazing French illustrator Eric Giriat. Here’re some of the pages from the book, and you can already pre-order it on Amazon now here–http://www.amazon.com/Why-LA-Pourquoi-Paris-Artistic/dp/0991131509/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1402967760&sr=8-1&keywords=why+la+pourquoi+paris
I’ve been away from my blog for a while due to a recent trip to Europe and projects. Now I’m back and here’re some interesting happenings and will have some new artwork up soon.
A new image for the Boston Globe, for a column article about the recent east coast power outage, thanks to Nicole for being so patient and the awesome art direction.
here’s a fun recent new piece, for Bloomberg View accompanies an article that compares the newly grounded Boeing 787 with another aircraft failure, the Havilland Comet.
two more for Hohe Luft magazine’s column, titled Diametrically Opposed and Do you want what you want, again, got a lot of creative freedom, thanks to AD Maja Bildredaktion.
hope everyone is having a great holiday season, haven’t posted in a while, one of my new year resolutions is to post more regularly. so here’s an illustration I recently finished for a column in philosophy magazine Hohe Luft in Germany. the story starts with the statement the King of France is Bold, and leads to a deep philosophical problem: Do words relate to objects in the world – or the speakers? Thanks to Maja for the awesome art direction and freedom.