The Clinton-Kalamazoo Canal. My first map illustration, a bit different from the projects that usually come my way, about a canal proposed in the 1800s to cut across southern Michigan and connect Lake Michigan to Lake Eerie. They lost funding soon after construction began and only a small portion was actually completed. Thanks to Cassidy Zobl and HOUR Detroit Magazine for the gig.
Illustration for The New York Times about the constant evolution of the housing market and its relation to the American Dream.
Devoutly Seeking Balance. An illustration for an article in The Chronicle Of Higher Education discussing how graduate programs should ignore the rankings and find their niche. It’s and ecosystem, not a hierarchy.
Veterans must learn to connect with civilians. Work for today’s Washington Post. Read about it here.
Unhappy? Clean House. Illustration for today’s NY Times about spring cleaning and how our surrounding relate to our physical and mental health. Read it here.
Illustration about working from home for today’s New York Times. Read it here.
Low appraisals are wrecking sales in neighborhoods just rebounding from the housing slump. For Milwaukee Magazine.
Not in my backyard, for Westchester Magazine. The controversy surrounding a methadone clinic moving into the town of Peeksill and whether it will help or hurt the community.
In other news, I will be in attendance at the Society of Illustrators 55 Opening this Friday. I am fortunate to have three of my pieces selected for the show: Explosions In The Sky, Southern Belles and Colt. I hope to see you there.
Disaster, Inc. for Milwaukee Magazine. Billions in bonds for storm relief have either gone nowhere or to companies that suffered no damage.