Here is a super fun one I got to do for Variety Magazine. Thanks to the fantastic art director Cheyne Gately. Always a pleasure to work with. It’s a fun image to go with the hope that the new “Rogue One” Star Wars movie will do well at the box office this year. Darth Vader will command it.
Here is another for Apple Health magazine in Alberta. It’s a story about how we get a lot of our traits and genes from our Grandparents.
Here is a fun illustration I did for RICE Magazine for RICE university. It was a feature about Becky Wade’s running around the world. She chronicles her experiences running in several countries with many different people around the world. From London, Japan, New Zealand to Ethiopia. The best part about this job is when someone who the article is about sees the image and loves it.
Here is another fun one for Apple Health Magazine in Alberta. It was a story about changing gender rolls in kids.
Here is a fun series of illustrations I did for Prevention magazine about menopause. That’s right. I said menopause. I know. Why did a male get asked to do this job? Well I don’t know. All I know is that I like learning about new things and I love to make pictures so I thought it was a good idea. I had fun. It was challenging and I did learn a lot. I was reminded why I think women are so amazing.
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Here was a fun illustration for Portland Monthly magazine about a man who discovered a new and exciting natural land formation that’s stunning. They’ve named it Valhalla.
HERE is where you can find out more about the people that discovered Valhalla and the crews exploring this new wilderness in Oregon.
HERE is the Portland Monthly article about this adventure.
Happy Birthday America!! This was for Baltimore magazine about the epic cake fail of ’76.
Here is a new one for Denver Colorado magazine 5280. It’s about some Colorado trails and who should get to use them. Cyclists or hikers? We’ll let them fight it out.
This was for Newsweek magazine’s “Two Numbers” column where they either compare two numbers or just talk about two different numbers. In this one it was all about the exciting, way too long awaited, opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. The first number is 101, the years since black Civil War veterans first called for a national space to celebrate African Americans. The other number 34,000 is the amount of items you’ll be able to see in the museum. Not sure about you but I really would love to visit this museum. Thanks again for the good people at Newsweek. Always great to work with.