A hilarious mash-up of the ancient Sun-Tzu classic, The Art of War, with zombie components. At Peter Pauper Press.
Tag Archives: monotype
This is my piece up in the second part of the Society of Illustrators Annual Exhibition in their Museum of American Illustration Gallery. This is a monotype that was done as an illustration for Easton Press’ new version of 1984 … Continue reading
My jazz musician prints are up right now in an exhibition of contemporary etchings at The Old Printshop Gallery at 30th street and Lexington avenue in Manhattan. Also pictured here is Michael Decirbo, the director of the contemporary print collection … Continue reading
The above image is a recent monotype that I just completed. These are two etchings that have been recently reworked. They are all up at the Juxtapose Gallery in New Jersey right now.
This is my boxer piece, up for the next several weeks, at The Museum of American Illustration at the Society of illustrators on East 63rd Street in Manhattan. The works will be reproduced in the Illustrators Annual #60, next year. … Continue reading
I’ve been in numerous exhibitions in the last two months. A number of them were on the theme of ugly politics, inspired by the election tensions that ran high right up to the election. The three judgement and courtroom scenes (shown … Continue reading