A collaboration of sorts with Cash For Your Warhol on a now-nonexistent wall, done for a street art show at Art Basel. The full story is here.
The cover for this hotel trade magazine. I put up sketches for it on my blog.
The Birth of John the Baptist
A scratchboard drawing for the "Stations of the Nativity" art auction in Brooklyn last Christmas.
Wall Street Journal
George Soros and Rupert Murdoch, for the print edition of the newspaper.
Two separate figure paintings, both 18" x 36", acrylic on canvas.
Poster for WFMU's Jersey City venue, Monty Hall.
Unknown Pleasures of America
I repurposed the classic Joy Division logo for a t-shirt in my humble TeePublic store. You need this, America. Buy one here.
Bullshit: A Lexicon
My friend Mark Peters asked me to illustrate his book on the definitive word of the 21st century and it's many synonyms, like hogwash (above). There's a lot more about this on my blog.
William and Mary alumni magazine
The cover for the spring issue, on the topic of the many threats to freedom of speech. I did an inside illustration also, which is explained here.
Four separate GIFs created for Tanuja Desai Hidier's Deep Blue She music video.
For many years I did the poster design for Transport Group, a theatre company based in New York City. The best of them are here.
eMusic commissioned several artists to create artwork for some of the fictitious albums depicted in Dana Spiotta's novel Stone Arabia. This was one of them. Think late 70s' California art/yacht rock. It called for a look that was different that what I was used to doing, so I enjoyed this.
Spraypaint on canvas, 30" x 40". I was thinking of the angel of wisdom from the Book of Proverbs.