An illustration for a review of the movie Pride for this week’s New Yorker. A group of gay and lesbian activists fought to raise money to support miners in Wales after they, along with many other mining companies, were shut down in the 80’s. This governmental decision destroyed many of the small towns, so this group randomly selects one to try to help. There were obviously some conflicting viewpoints and contradictions taking place. The story actually happened.
Spoon with !!! and Operators at Central Park’s Summer Stage in New York City. Buy a screen print from my shop. The beasts of the city night want your soul.
3 nights of Spoon at Lincoln Theatre in DC with Hamilton Leithauser. Screen printed with metallic gold ink. Evil snake-bodied siren women want my soul. Buy a print from my shop.
Spoon at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. You can buy one of the screenprinted posters from my shop.
Glen Hansard at Metro for a Lollapalooza aftershow in Chicago. A bridge, uncrossable. This is the last poster that I did while living in Chicago, trying to capture some of that environment and city color before moving back to Richmond, VA. I’ve been unable to find an apartment, so I created one here for myself and my cat.
Iron & Wine June tour poster. You can buy the screen-print here.
The other two images for the series on “stress” that I created for Philadelphia Magazine.
The first image has to do with epigenetics. Stress can be passed down to your children through a single generation. This added the stress of having children, reciprocated by there own stress, can turn into a mess of a cycle.
The second is about time and deadlines always weighing down and chasing after you. I’m sure that we can all relate to this from time to time.
You can see the opener for the series here. Thanks to AD Jamie Leary for letting me experiment with this fun job.
Ba Baboon. Full-page fiction cover for this week’s New Yorker. Read the story here.
Stress. Opening image for a series in Philadelphia Magazine. Cut-paper collage. Read it here.