The Hunt Riot Summer 2012 Gallery is now up. Visit if you find clever interpretations of tasks via the medium of photography an enjoyable experience.
Featured today in the paper I grew up with – The Boston Globe. Ironically, the author of Brainiac wasn’t aware of this fact. He just struck by my birds. Which is actually even more flattering. Here’s the online version of the write up.
Okeydoke, in bookstores now. The Raven Boys, by Maggie Stiefvater. The first in the series. Looking forward to working on the next cover soon :)
Hollywood moves quick. The Raven Boys novel isn’t even out yet and they’re taking it to the big screen. Well it’ll bring in more readers, so that’s something. Here’s the post.
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.
Etsy shop is updated with available work sale. Get your very own original painting and enjoy a a little bit of that art magic in your life.
New portait coming along. A series like this does best I think when there’s a variation in distance with the subject. Zoom out with one, zoom in with another. Even though I’m the one putting down the paint, it still kind of stuns me how alive a piece can look…
Quite a nice write up on Colossal, a super popular art & design blog. Very flattered and humbled.
Postscript: Had an enormous and honestly overwhelming number of inquiries following the Colossal post. Feeling grateful while I scramble to stay on top of all the interest!
New series in the works. Revisiting birds and discovering how they evolve. Also exploring tangential directions…. with griffons.
While it’s remained just outside of popular culture, Ender’s Game makes many lists as the greatest science fiction novel of all time. It is, to be sure, one of the most beloved. It most definitely is for me.
If you’re a fan of Orson Scott Card, or an aspiring writer who appreciates good advice, I highly recommend his interview on The Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy podcast. He knows what he’s talking about. Furthermore, he knows why he knows what he’s talking about. Listen to this show. I’ll be listening to it again. And in the next few years, be reading Ender’s Game for sixth time.