(Partly) Sunny Days Ahead

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Here’s an illustration I did for City Arts’ “future list” issue (January 2016), with my own tongue-in-cheek “suggestions, acknowledgements, and predictions for the future of Seattle.” A couple of these references will only resonate with my fellow Seattlites: “Bertha,” for instance, is the name of an enormous tunnel-boring drill that’s been stuck underground for most of the past two years.

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Orphans

Orphans

For this year’s Short Run festival in Seattle, I co-created a little book called Orphans with my teaching colleague Sierra Nelson. Sierra contributed the words and I made the illustrations.

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Dune 35 cover

Dune 35 cover

Dune is a monthly comics anthology zine, orchestrated by Max Clotfelter and created in the span of a single evening at Seattle’s Cafe Racer (the third Tuesday each month). Here’s the wraparound cover I drew for the 35th issue, created in September and published & distributed to the participants in October, 2015.

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Frank Bruni at Town Hall

frankbruninewThis comic interpretation of New York Times columnist Frank Bruni’s appearance at Town Hall in Seattle in May 2015 was commissioned by Seattle Arts & Lectures.

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Ezzie and Pru

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Sometimes I do commissioned comics. This one above was created for Wendy and Patrick Nazzaro and features their two cats, Ezzie and Pru, commenting on the art on display in their home.

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Bowlin’ with The Blob

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This comic ran in The Stranger in February 2015.

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The Cloud King

With the days getting increasingly shorter, it seems like a good time to post this cover I drew for The Stranger in 2004, timed to run just a couple weeks before the winter solstice. (Also, George W. Bush had just been re-elected, which made the already-dark days feel even less cheery.)

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