Monday, September 27, 2010

Can I See Your ID

Here is the cover and one interior piece for a forthcoming book that I illustrated for Dial Books for Young Readers / Penguin. It is a collection of true stories about people who pretended to be someone else, written by Chris Barton, author of Shark vs. Train and The Day-Glo Brothers. I had the pleasure to contribute ten one-page comics to introduce each story. The cover took us a while to figure out, but I'm happy with the result. It was fun to actually rip paper, to accomplish this effect.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Architectural Lighting

This one came out in the July / August Issue of Architectural Lighting. It's about the sometimes confusing regulations and recommendations for environmental-friendly building and lighting design. Many thanks to Art Director Marcy Ryan!

Friday, September 10, 2010

Drawn in Brooklyn / Children's Book Events

Drawn in Brooklyn is an Exhibition at the Brooklyn Public Library curated by John Marciano. It features original artwork from a whole lot of great artists, including true legends of the field, as well as hot new stars. I'm very honored to be part of it.

There will be a couple of events that are connected to the show:

September 22nd

Opening reception, 6pm to 8pm,

Lobby of the Dweck Auditorium at the Central Branch

October 16th

Illustrator's Festival 10:30am to 3pm,

with readings, workshops, signings, etc

Plaza in front of the Central Branch on Grand Army Plaza.

October 21

I'll be doing a presentation / meet-the-author thingy at 10:00AM,

Central Library, Dweck Center

There will be also readings and events from many other great artists, both at the festival and throughout the fall, at the Central Library and other branches of the BPL. In December, I'll also be doing a presentation / reading at the Coney Island Branch. Hope you'll catch some of the events! Thanks to John Marciano and the friendly people at the Brooklyn Public Library for putting all this together!

(Flyer Illustration by Boris Kulikov).

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

UCLA Magazine

This piece came out in UCLA Magazine. It's about a new online resource that helps current students and alumni of UCLA to stay in touch and benefit from their network.