Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Ferry Illustration

This is for Scandlines, a large Ferry Company in Europe. I did a cross-section drawing of one of their ferries last year, and now they had me do a new version with some additional elements and modifications. I've attached some close-ups so you can see a bit of the details. Thanks to Henkel Kommunikation in Hamburg.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

The Barrier

This is from another new shortcomic called "The Barrier" that I've finished recently. It's a black and white 2-pager and will be available in my very own Casual Comics.

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Software Advertising

Here's a little project I finished recently for the German virus protection manufacturer Avira. It's about those emails you get that are pretending to be from your bank, or ebay, or paypal, and of course they're FAKE! The most secure thing is, obviously, to delete them nasty emails.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Type Workshop

Thanks to Marshall Arisman, his students and the MFA Illustration program for the great opportunity to teach the Type for Illustrators workshop this and last week. I had a blast, and I hope everybody enjoyed it as much as I did.

Monday, February 11, 2008

Holistic Commuting

This is from a new 3-page comic I've been working on recently, called Holistic Commuting. It's for my upcoming Casual Comics No. 2, which will include some brand-new and unpublished shorts, some newly translated work that was done for Germany, and more. Due to come out for the MoCCa Festival this summer.

Monday, February 4, 2008

MFA Illustration Type Workshop

I'll be teaching a Type Workshop for Illustrators in the SVA MFA Illustration program this and next wednesday. Very much looking forward to it! (Illustrated letters courtesy of various Rabid Rabbit artists)

Sunday, February 3, 2008

The New York Times Book Review

A drawing for the NYT Book Review, illustrating Brooklyn Was Mine, an anthology in which some of the borough's writers ruminate on arrival and domestic survival in this emergin haute bohemia. You can read the entire article here.