Lots of new work in the blog now from the NYT Book Review, Corporate Knights and more. Check out DrawingScience for all the Science Times illustrations! New work coming soon from Worth, Golf Digest, Macworld and others. Thanks for looking!
You're browsing the archive for July, 2012.
I love the NYT Book Review. I love that I feel like I can try something simple and narrative and draw the whole thing in pencil and have it be OK. This was just in Sunday’s paper for a book called Beautiful Ruins:
This was a spot for Corporate Knights magazine, art directed by the inimitable Pete Ryan. I was so pleased to do this and be a part of the all-star illustrator lineup in this (and every) issue. The article was about preparedness, unpreparedness and resiliency with the effects of climate change. Here is the final and a few leftovers:
This was a quickie for The Wall Street Journal about executives who refuse to leave their post even when most of the board is voting against them:
Here is a tiny spot for Hanley Wood about sales reps acting as project managers:
This opener for American Medical News was about considering the office culture when hiring new staff:
Here is a half-page for Seattle Magazine for an article about genetically modified foods. The test tube image was what they chose and I also finished up one of the rejects just because I liked it:
And here are the past few weeks of NYTimes Biz Day columns – Business travelers want upgrades from crowded coach seats, the follow-up to upgrades column, air rage, and the debate about what to do when a family or couple asks you to move so they can sit together:
Here is a Science Times illustration from a few weeks ago about how cockroaches can fling themselves under a ledge so quickly that they seem to disappear:
You can see all the Science Times illustrations, the rejected sketches and spots from the 8 year archive at drawingscience.wordpress.com.
Thanks to Nicholas, Pete and Jack, Dan, Allison, Jennifer, Sue, Joe and Phyllis, and Peter!