Emily and I wanted to introduce you to Maxwell Henry Awan! Max was born Saturday, September 21st, 8:44pm in Manhattan. He was 7 lbs 8.4 oz and 20 inches in length. Everyone's healthy, happy and sleep deprived!
"À Nos Amours," The New Yorker, September 16, 2013
The French Institute Alliance Francaise presents a Cinema Tuesdays tribute to actress turned director Sandrine Bonnaire. Her debut film "À Nos Amours" (1983) about a promiscuous teenager's familial turmoil will be finale of the series.
I did this piece two weeks ago for the New Yorker. The art department
loved the illo, but the higher-ups decided to go with a photo treatment
for the article at the last moment. These things happen in publishing. On the bright side, I was paid for my work and I'm happy with how the illustration turned out!
"Ghost Story of Yotsuya," The New Yorker, February 25, 2013
Nobuo Nakagawa's 1959 horror masterpiece "Ghost Story of Yotsuya"—about a murderous husband who is haunted by his dead wife and child—has its New York premiere Wednesday, February 27th at the Japan Society.
Boyd and Justified hero Raylan Givens have a complicated relationship as criminal/cop frenemies. As much as I liked this drawing as a likeness of actor Walton Goggins, I couldn't find a way to incorporate it into the illustration.