The rerelease of Maycomb (UK) “I opened my heart to caustic things” on cassette is out now. The printing looks great!
I have been getting a little cranky lately when I have a conversation with someone who describes my work as being very narrative. It always comes off a little like it’s a bad thing then simply their point of view. Maybe I’m being overly sensitive but I like to think that if my work isn’t conceptual it walks some fine line between narrative and conceptual. Especially because almost every week I do an illustration for the Dallas Observer that centers around local politics. Here is my latest and a few I forgot to post over the last few weeks.
1. The Highland Park Presbyterian church of Dallas doesn’t agree with the Presbyterian domination’s decision to allow homosexual pastors preside over a church. So they are doing what they can to keep them out of their church.
2. Mike Mill’s career as superintendent of the Dallas school’s is all based on the final votes from the school board. Will he still be in office? Read it here.
3. The Museum towers glass window condo is shinning light on the Dallas Sculpture garden below causing some of the sculptures to be damaged which started a negative social media campaign between the museum and the condominium.
A cat casting a shadow as a dragon? Why not! This is an illustration for Moneysense magazine for an article about how Retirement Pensions are much safer than you think.
Art Director: Taryn Dufault