On May 21 I participated in a really fantastic reading at The Richard Hugo House called “Writers Get to the Powerpoint.” Each reader presented 20 slides for 20 seconds apiece (the ‘Pecha Kucha’ format). Above you can see about half of the drawings I did for my piece — “My Demons.”
I haven’t posted this Stranger cover from 2010 before, but it’s still one my favorite drawings that I’ve ever done.
Here’s the first of two pages from a recent issue of City Arts. I did this comic in response to a bunch of new places for playing pinball that have sprung up of late in Seattle.
Second page of the pinball comic.
It’s New Year’s Eve, and I’m entirely sick with the flu — so, I won’t be participating in any of the activities depicted above. I will, however, be writing some new year greetings on the backs of postcards that feature this robot party.
Here’s the cover and “centerfold” for Odd Birds, a mini-sketchbook I made earlier this month for the Seattle small press festival Short Run.
Here’s an illustration I did this month for City Arts, a monthly magazine in Seattle that covers the local art, music, and theater scene. The above drawing is my take on what it feels like at times walking around my city.