Whenever reunions come up- go. This week marks the anniversary for The School of Visual Arts terrific MFA in Illustration program. Proud to be part of such a dedicated, talented, and supportive community.
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Not long ago I was commissioned to create a piece of artwork based on the new Tomb Raider game. I got tons of classified imagery and story from the company, Square Enix, to submerge into her world. Well the release is here and I can reveal my painting. Limited edition prints available for purchase.
Thrilled that Direct Assent has been selected to be included in The Society of Illustrators Annual Exhibition. Honored to be recognized by the most competitive jury of illustration there is. More to come on the book’s publication.
Premiering at Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn – Can’t Beat Em, Join Em: The Zombie Show Limited edition prints available.
It does feel validating when a project you’re involved with gets written up in the newspaper. The New York Times wrote a piece on our 52 Shades of Greed deck.
It’s been one year since a group of regular people banded together in utter frustration and took over Zuccotti Park in the New York Cit’s Financial District. The Occupy Wall Street Movement had begun. While the protestors continue to speak on behalf of the ignored 99% of our country, a posse of artists have collaborated to mark the anniversary with an original deck of cards. It’s called 52 Shades of Greed. In it we explore the seedy machinations between Washington & Wall Street.
You can see the whole collection at www.52shadesofgreed.com
Please help get the word out. We appreciate it. If you’d like to get your own deck, consider supporting the initiative at Rocket Hub.