Friday, August 24, 2012

Comic for MogaMobo 108: The Meaning of Life

I had the pleasure of contributing to the latest issue of MogaMobo, the long-running German comic anthology published by Titus Ackermann, Jonas Greulich und Thomas Gronle (aka LeGron). The theme of their 108th issue (!) was nothing less than "The Meaning of Life".

The book was published as part of the 1st annual German Comic Clash, a competition between comic zines and anthologies, which was also organized by these guys (they're busy!).

You can see my humble 1page contribution above (along with some authentic German ads), and find out more about MogaMobo on their website. Many thanks for making me a part of this!

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Brand-New Website

I've finally done a long-overdue redesign of my website. Change is good! I hope you'll like it, and feel free to drop me a line what you think!

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Talbots Window Display

Earlier this year I was approached by a friendly art buyer for the Talbots department store chain, they had seen a location drawing of mine on this very blog, and wanted to use it nationwide for their window displays. I supplied them with a vektorized version and this weekend I finally saw it "in person", here in Manhattan (and I assume in other stores across the country). It was a thrill seeing my work on such a scale! Many thanks to the friendly people at Talbots!

Sunday, August 5, 2012

NYTimes Book Review: Triburbia

I have a new piece in this weekend's New York Times Book Review, illustrating a review of Karl Taro Greenfeld's new book Triburbia, which describes the life of people in Manhattan's district Tribeca. You can read the full review here.

Many thanks to Art Director Shannon Robertson for the fun assignment and the great collaboration!