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).
verticalwhimsy asked: Hi, I'm a fellow artist (graphic design) and actually the grandson of Paul Stuart. Just wanted to say how fantastic the redesign you did was. Absolutely loved it. Exactly what they needed.
Thanks! And it’s amazing that you’re the grandson of Paul Stuart — you must be very well dressed. If you’re in NYC, and you haven’t already, you should check out the store windows — there are a bunch of different illustrators’ interpretations of the Paul Stuart mascot/logo, and all of them look really awesome.
Here’s a piece I did for the new Grantland Quarterly — it seems like a sequel illustration to an illustration I did before, despite it being about a different sport. I think I’m their go-to concussion guy. Specifically, this article is about the NFL silencing a large amount of concern over safety with a large cash settlement. You can read Charles Pierce’s article, here. AD: Juliet Litman
Here’s my fourth cover for Amazon’s Day One publication. This illustration was for Flightless, by Keziah Weir, a story about an American couple, a meteorologist and a parrot researcher, living in New Zealand, trying to conceive a child.
Here’s a portrait of Martin Luther King Jr. I did for Time Out New York; pretty straightforward.
AD: Kathryn Brazier