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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Times Square Wow!

As Margaret mentioned in last week’s post, she, Despina and I spent an afternoon together recently, doing some drawings in Times Square. The place was loaded with tourists, all craning their necks and popping their heads around to see all the hoopla that is the crossroads of the busiest city in America. Political protests, naked […]

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Plaza Hotel

I recently went to draw at the Plaza Hotel in NYC. Very beautiful area with rich history, beautiful structures and some of the best people watching. I saw a ridiculously long line for the “Sex and the City” Tour Bus. Very funny. Maybe I’ll post the drawing of that another day. This time, I’ll share […]

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Old friends and new

I went uptown last Wednesday evening to watch the blowing up of the balloons for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. I love the surrealism of these giant cartoon characters, tied down like Gulliver while we Lilliputian citizens walk and gawk at the spectacle. Some of the characters are old friends, like Ronald McDonald; some are […]

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