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Home On The Range

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I illustrated this portrait for Alexa Potter for her new blog dedicated to her great grandmother's cookbook Home On the Range. The book has recently been published by McSweeney's and presented by her cousin Elizabeth Gilbert(Eat Pray Love) Here's a link to the site containing my portrait of her great grandmother Margaret Potter(Gima)

You Are So Nashville....

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Recent set of spots and a cover for Nashville Scene. Thanks Elizabeth for a fun job! Also, each Spot goes with a specific tagline "You are so nashville if..."

New Work - New York Observer, Grantland, City Paper etc.

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New York Observer Cover with Spike Lee and Jay-z New York Observer spot about Wall St. leaving New York Graphic Novels and Classic Literature for The Spectator (U.K.) Baltimore City Paper illustration of four notable singer songwriters. Illustration for volume 4 of Grantland Quarterly about Derek Jeter's axe wielding, Mariah Carey masked stalkers :) Quick poster featuring Tennessee Ernie Ford sweating out his 16 Tons. One of 16 baseball cards designed for a AEG Live/Mann Center concert series 5 spots for a weekly series in Baltimore City Paper called "Power Rankings"

Nashville Scene

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Here's a cover I created for their "Boners of the Year" issue spotlighting Nashville's worst blunderers. I also illustrated 4 spots of some of the biggest "boners" :)






New (and some older) Work!

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Flex Magazine Home On The Range/McSweeney's Blog The Hollywood Reporter David Lynch/One Damn Fine Cup of Coffee Zine The Spectator - Cyber Crime Maison Neuve Magazine Posters

Lily Tomlin - Washington Post Express

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Two illustrations for the Washington Post Express for today's Weekend Pass section. Thanks Adam Griffiths for another fun assignment.

1971 illustration for City Paper

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This is for an article on the new show the Peabody Institute is putting on. The music will be more classical takes on songs written by musicians like Led Zeppelin and Steve Reich. In 71 they were looking to the east for influence and one line that stuck out to me was about how they were all breathing the same air.