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A New View Book March 12 I'm a big fan of print self-promotions, but in this day and age it makes sense to increase your exposure anyway... Today's NYT OP-ED March 3 One of the things I love about this field is the opportunity to contribute to the works and thoughts of historical... Skin Deep February 27 Cosmetic companies have figured out that sufferers of Eczema will pay just about anything for even a glimmer of hope... Hazarous Topic February 23 Many communities don't know what cargo rides the rails through their train yards and over their rivers and lakes until... Appraising Lies In Home Lending, For BusinessWeek February 10 What does a governing body do when it finds a systemic practice of home appraisers and lenders colluding to inflate... Toxins,Toys, and Blood Spatters, Oh Boy!! February 6 A while back I was asked by Los Angeles Magazine AD Steven Banks to do an image about the lingering issue of lead... Fat Assignment February 3 What goes on in the brain of those who wrestle with obesity?  This series accompanied an article in Neurology Now... My Contribution To the Drummer Show February 2 A few months back I got a call from fellow Drawger Scott Bakal about being included in the Cut To The Drummer... Two heads... January 28 Here are a couple pieces of mine from the past couple months that illustrate how motifs, elements, and composition... John Grisham, for The New York Times January 26 I rarely get called for portraits it seems, so I was surprised and a bit nervous when the call came from Arts... See Ya! January 21 I'm not in the habit of showing sketches that get rejected, but I was quite fond of this one for The New... Cover For Election Issue Of The New Yorker! November 5   Mixed in with the still raw realization of what a historic moment this is for the nation and the world, is the... Death Wish October 10 A recent New Times 2-part cover assignment is another chapter in the bizarre dramas that are happening in the homes all... And Now For Something Completely Different October 7 Anyone who's seen my svelte, 6'6" 250lb profile knows that I'm ALL about fashion.  Ok, so I may not be the... When the issues turn against you, attack the character October 4 I'm disgusted with the Republican Party leaders.  They claim to be the party of values and morality while spewing... "Gotcha" Illustration? October 2 Nevermind "Putin rearing his head", according to the recent Republican response to widespread criticisms of... NY Times and Boston Globe September 29 A few months back Alina I grew tired of the battle with our New York Times "delivery boy" and cancelled our... For TIME September 26 This is my contribution to Michael Kinsley's column in TIME which discusses the ponzi scheme-like nature of America's... Serial Illustrator September 17 I admit it.  I can't help myself.  I must be stopped.  I apparently am now magnetically attracting... For The Times September 16 The New York Times continues to be a source of challenging and thoughtful assignments. I'm sure fellow drawgers will... Impaled and Palin September 10 Leave it to Alina and me to pick 9/11 as the day to fly up to NYC for the Politics 08 show at The Society of... Better Off Dead September 4 In this week's TIME, columnist Peter Beinert suggested that the worst thing that could happen to the Repubs is to... Late Bloomers June 27 A rare genetic trait that results in a unique dwarf-like condition, called Bloom's Syndrome, was the topic for this... Good Medicine June 23 More and more doctors are being faced with patients who consider religious beliefs to be an important part of their... Reconciliation June 4 I consistently get rich topics from the folks at Pentagram Design.  On this occasion, DJ Stout and Daniella Boebel... About today May 26 This image was a personal piece that I submitted to the Nation back in 2006.  They ended-up running it as the... In Memory Of May 23 On May 6th, a relatively little discussed hearing was taking place on Capital Hill to discuss the alarming rise in... Myanmar Op-Ed May 12 In the Myanmar cyclone disaster, the difference between life and death was only a few feet in elevation.  The... Genetic Discrimination, For TIME May 9 Congress passed legislation this week making it illegal for insurance companies and employers to use genetic data... Adolf Who? April 28 When asked, 1 in 4 of Bostons public schools teens didn't know the answer to "Who is Adolf Hitler"?In... NYTimes and The Boston Globe April 13 This past week brought a couple of those juicy topics I love to sink my teeth into, as well as an opportunity to... On The Fence + Hillary April 4 The issue of the Mexico/USA border fence may divide more than the Republicans had intended now that there is an... Mother, Interrupted March 25 An incorrect hunch by a pediatrician results in the court-ordered separation of a 3 year-old girl from her loving... All Dolled-Up March 14 What child doesn't enjoy a seaweed wrap, eyebrow plucking, or exfoliating rub?  This image accompanied the... Spitzer OP-ED March 12 Is prostitution a victimless crime?  After all the sordid details are revealed and picked-over, will we have... Art Anxiety! February 29 Apparently, some folks faint at the terrifying prospect of filling their white walls with artwork.  Snooty gallery... The Oscars Have Landed February 25 I didn't watch the ceremony last night but I was pleasantly surpirsed by the overseas invasion of all the "best... Attack Iran! With Words. February 20 Thanks to Brian Rea and Guillermo Nagore for this gem of an Op-Ed assignment which appears in today's New York Times.... 7-UP vs. Coke February 13 The Art Director had me at "cocaine-addicted heir to the 7-Up fortune." Illustrators, for a good time call... Warning To Dems February 8 When I got the call this week from Cynthia Hoffman at TIME to do an illustration for Ramesh Ponnuru's column, I was... His Way February 4 An entrepreneur's 5 year journey to take his home-spun ginger beer brewing company public, HIS way, made for a... Our Eyes December 13 How do we see?  The age-old question of wondering whether green and red (my favorite two colors) look the same to... Gotta Love GITMO October 16 This is a cover for the Santa Fe Reporter's piece about a 26 year old Muslim young man who happened to be at the wrong... Luck book Completed! September 29 A hellish 2 weeks has come to a close now that I'm all wrapped-up on 70 illustrations for a book entitled "The... Iragi Refugee Crisis September 28 This is a piece in this week's TIME assigned by drawger's very own Edel Rodriquez.  The commentary speaks of the... From the Boston Globe September 18 Two of my favorite AD's to work for are thankfully under the same roof, The Boston Globe.  Both Susan Levin and... For This Week's TIME August 24 This is a recent image done for a Michal Kinsley commentary in TIME.  The story discusses the plights of the... Oil Company Going Green August 14 This assignment was for an Angolan run and owned oil company that is reinvesting a substantial portion of each dollar... In response to Approval of Expanded Eavesdropping August 14 In my humble opinion the Democratic Congress hit a new low with it's seeming spineless approval to expand a policy they... From the past week August 13 When it comes to personal non-commissioned work, I'm always jealous of the folks I see on drawger who spend a generous... A quick one July 20 This was a fun one for The Dallas Morning News, AD Michael Hogue.  The author of the story was proclaiming that in... On a lighter note July 19 I never thought I'd say this to an AD, but in response to an assignment  for PlanSponsor magazine about customized... How Depressing July 16 I never thought of my style as heavy or gloomy, but I sure do get a lot of assignments that involve folks with the...