My book project, a history of losers, is slowly coming along; I’m currently about halfway done. Here’s Goliath!
Another cover for Amazon’s Day One publication — this month was a teenage coming-of-age story: Moon Boots, by Michael Conforti
Also, sketches! The content of the story was primarily sexual in nature, though we ended up going with a sketch that emphasized the main character’s more quiet moments during the hot summer nights.
A few editorial celebrity portraits I did awhile back — Christopher Walken, Owen Wilson, Glenn Beck, and Keanu Reeves
Some stuff from my sketchbook over the last few weeks
Here’s a piece I did for an anthology of analytics pieces from the MIT Sloan Conference. The article, by Bill Simmons, was about sabermetrics, a set of statistical tools used to look at baseball player performance more effectively. These tools were ignored for a long time, but are now being used to accurately assess players and find diamonds in the rough. Most importantly, sabermetrics can be used to beat your friends in Fantasy Baseball.
The remaining images from my book project — enjoy!
The second installment from my book project, The Public Life of Renowned Artist Henry Clap In Writing (With Pictures).
Some images from my first semester book project, based on Steven Milhauser’s short story Phantoms. The project focuses on a crazed artist who visually recounts his experiences seeing “phantoms”. Each of his psychotic episodes is depicted both from his perspective, and from an objective viewpoint.
I’ll post some more images later in the week; 20 is too many for a single post.
Save the Date card from my wedding last year — the map features locations somehow important to my wife or me (or both of us)
A spread from my book project about blunders and missteps through history (and the losers who made them).