NYTimes Letters

Today’s Letters page illustration for the New York Times (and the leftover sketches). The letters were responding to an article that rejected the idea that the rich should be taxed more and instead suggested other ways of balancing the income gap in the U.S. The letters were not happy.

Thanks to AD Nathan Huang.

Spread for Sierra

I have a spread in the newest issue of Sierra about the resistance to cleaner energy in the Deep South.

And a detail:

And the leftover sketches:

Thanks to AD Tracy Cox!

Full page in yesterday’s Boston Globe Sunday Magazine for a feature about how teachers are not ready for the new Common Core standards. In the sketches I tried to touch on how the teachers need to be taught more, their anxiety about the lack of preparedness, and the complexity of the new standards. 

Thanks to AD Nicole O’Toole!

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Exhibition Poster for an illustration process work show that I curated for The University of Central Missouri. 

Really psyched to have the chance to curate a show with so many of my favorite illustrators!

Super excited to be part of this lineup! Big thanks to John Malta!

This was yesterday’s Sunday OpEd for the Los Angeles Times about marriage equality and the Supreme Court. Thanks to the infinitely patient Wes Bausmith for trying me 8 times before our schedules finally lined up.

This was yesterday’s Sunday OpEd for the Los Angeles Times about marriage equality and the Supreme Court. Thanks to the infinitely patient Wes Bausmith for trying me 8 times before our schedules finally lined up.

Sketchbookin…

Sketchbookin…

Today’s NYTimes Science Times about how action movies make us fat. Fatter, anyway…  

Today’s NYTimes Science Times about how action movies make us fat. Fatter, anyway…  

I’m always pleasantly surprised by just how specific editorial can be. These are the leftovers for an article about how the domestic wood used to make crown molding and trim is nearly exhausted and that we’ll need to import from China to meet the market demand. Final coming soon.

I’m always pleasantly surprised by just how specific editorial can be. These are the leftovers for an article about how the domestic wood used to make crown molding and trim is nearly exhausted and that we’ll need to import from China to meet the market demand. Final coming soon.

Daniel Zender sent me a Christmas morning package of his awesome Hydrochloric zine plus some other gems. Wanna see great illustrators? Buy his books here:https://www.etsy.com/shop/DanielZenderStore

Daniel Zender sent me a Christmas morning package of his awesome Hydrochloric zine plus some other gems. Wanna see great illustrators? Buy his books here:

https://www.etsy.com/shop/DanielZenderStore

Leftover sketches for the Variety illustration about celebrity chefs in Las Vegas casinos.

Leftover sketches for the Variety illustration about celebrity chefs in Las Vegas casinos.

For today’s Variety, celebrity chefs are the new big attraction in Las Vegas. Thanks to the inimitable Cheyne Gateley for another great story.

For today’s Variety, celebrity chefs are the new big attraction in Las Vegas. Thanks to the inimitable Cheyne Gateley for another great story.

Sketches for the UPenn final I posted yesterday about predicting outcomes for global events.

Sketches for the UPenn final I posted yesterday about predicting outcomes for global events.