Friday, August 16, 2013

Erlenmeyer Flask

Here's an illustration for the Boston Globe book review. Archangel, by Andrea Barrett. Simple concept; scenes or scientific symbols from the various stories being mixed together.
Thanks Jane Martin!

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Sports Fan

Two illustrations I did for Boston Globe Magazine. The article is about how the writer became the sports fan he is today. Team allegiances and views change as people grow up. The baseball statue is starting to rust/crack. Shoebox of old sports memorabilia.

You can read the article here.

Thursday, June 13, 2013


Smartphones, e-books and tablets killing newspapers, books, and magazines. 
Based on an article I read a while back about this, it described smartphones and tablets assassinating print media. Unfortunately I don't remember where I read it...

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Blake Griffin

Blake Griffin for Double Scribble's In the Paint gallery show in Boston. The theme of the show is basketball and many other artists participated as well. The opening reception took place this past Friday. I decided to do an illustration of Blake because, simply put, he gets a lot of points in the paint (though a lot of them maybe through dunks, and they call the team Lob City for a reason).

Monday, April 15, 2013

New Work

Illustration for The Chronicle, about the term Arab Spring, and how it is not an accurate phrase for the ongoing conflict. 

Illustration for The Boston Globe book review, on two books by Elinor Lipman. The concept is Elinor helping a character from her fiction book out into the real world. The color version ran online, the black & white in print.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013


The first time I saw DeMarcus Cousins play, I was wondering, 'Why does he always look so angry?' The commentators helped answer that, I think pretty much in every Sacramento Kings game the announcers always mention DMC and his attitude problems. He's still a great player though.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Tuesday, January 29, 2013


I was doing thumbnails and thought the bubble part looked like a head. Since Alan Greenspan is the face of the whole housing bubble situation, that is how this image came to be.

Diving, or flopping, in order to draw fouls or penalties is unsportsmanlike and embarrassing. Unfortunately it is rampant in sports such as hockey, basketball (the NBA just introduced an anti-flopping rule this year), and soccer.