Memories

Looking back on this year and looking through some old work, I found this drawing I made in Paris in 2006 on the Champs Élysées. This was during the Tour de France, I believe, and the famous avenue was as crowded as I’ve ever seen it. Old drawings are memories. I look forward to finding […]

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Colorful Market

Of the many things on my agenda for the next few months, some old projects have been making there way closer to the top. This drawing is a reminder of a few of them, hopefully an omen for things to come. Sometimes what you need is buried right beneath your nose. Looking forward to the […]

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American Illustration

Happy to announce that the image above was awarded by American Illustration to be included in the Chosen category in their most recent illustration competition. It was one of 215 from 9175 submitted, makes me feel good. Thanks, AI! The illustration, of the Seattle’s Pike Place Market, is part of a large campaign that I […]

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A cup of joe

 Yesterday morning not long after all the busy-ness of the morning’s demands settled down I decided to do something out of the box and get a cup of coffee. Not an ordinary cup of coffee but a “pumpkin spiced latte”. Maybe it was the change in weather or maybe it was just ’cause it was a new day. […]

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Last stage in PARIS

If you are following the Tour de France you are probably watching a live stream from the Champs Elysees in Paris right now. When I was there drawing the crowds and waiting for the cyclists, it was thrilling to be so near the Arc de Triomphe in a city that is so beautiful, watching and […]

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San Francisco Jumble

San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf area can be a scene of TOTAL ACTIVITY, especially on the Fourth of July, when this drawing was made. Streetcars, bicycles, pedestrians, dogs, cats, birds, sunbathers, tokers, smokers, jokers, lovers, runners, dancers, romancers. What a scene! Note the use of the thumbnail in the top left corner – design is the […]

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Wrigley Field

On a recent trip to Chicago, I took my family to Wrigley Field, a baseball landmark. The 98 year old ballpark is incredibly charming and the lack of modern conveniences makes it feel a bit more like what it’s supposed to be, a day at the ballgame. Some of these new stadiums make it almost […]

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