Illustration for Spin Magazines 2006 End of the Year issue. They were rated number 37 of the top 40 albums of the year.
Published in Spin Magazines 2004 year end issue. Illustration for an article about the rock autobiographies of Bob Dylan and Tommy Lee.
Spot illustration for Rolling Stone magazine’s movie review of a “Romantic Comedy…with Zombies.
Quarter page illustration of the of Bob Dylan for his movie “Masked and Anonymous” for Rolling Stone magazine.
This illustration was for an Op-Ed article in Village Voice about gays working in the Rap industry, who try to blend into the gangster look to avoid conflicts with the homophobic Rap stars.
Illustration of Jack Nicholson and Eminem fighting over the oscar was commisioned by Rolling Stone for the 2002 Rock in Roll Yearbook double sized issue. My first illustration for RS.
An illustration for an article in the Village Voice on the end of an era. Covering Mademoiselle Magazine’s closing of it’s doors and Harper’s Bazaar trying to reinvent itself with a new redesign in to hopes to bolster sales in the coming New Year.
Full page illustration of the White Stripes in the April 17th, 2003 edition of Rollingstone magazine. Commisioned for the record review of their new album, “Elephant”.
An illustration of Jesse Jackson for the Village Voice touching on the media’s need for public bashing of character whenever a politician has an …indiscretion (or in his case, Knockin’ them boots!).
A full page illustration for an article in Sports Illustrated Year End issue about Steven Tyler (of Aerosmith) singing the national anthem at the 2001 Indianapolis 500. He received a booing from the crowd as he adlibbed the ending of the song.
This illustration was for a 1/4 page spot in Blender Magazine covering Slash’s auction of his PJ’s on ebay for charity. Hey, mine are for sale too if anyone’s interested. It’d go to the charitable fund for artists trying to live in a bad economy.
An illustration for an article in the Village Voice about a Wall Street woman getting sued by a man claiming sexual harrassment. The times they are a changing!
1/4 page illustration for Maxim. Sagatarius drinkin’ up for the Beer horoscope. Beer Astrology Icons – One for every damn month of the year!
Spot illustration for Vibe. For a letters page write in touching on rap star, Eve, and her Islamic beliefs.
Spot illustration for Vibe. For an article covering the increase in radio play of rap music over the recent years. Just a passing fad? Here’s your answer.
1/4 page illustration for Maxim’s 2000 Fall TV guide. A satirical look at the possiblities if Arnold Schwarzzneger was a TV court judge. “Happy entrails baby.”
1/4 page illustration for Maxim’s 2000 Fall TV guide. Spoofing a failed pilot starring Hollywood luminaries Daisey Fuentes, Harry Hamlin and Lisa Rinna.
Spot illustration for Vibe. An article about the Million Family March on Washinton DC.
1/3 page illustration for Vibe. For an article covering bootlegs being made from Napster and sold on the street for dirt cheap.
3/4 page illustration for The Stranger. Rob Halford breaks out of the closet screaming for vengence. Man, you do have another thing comin’.
From Star Trek, Voyager. For no other reason than it just felt good. Sometimes these are also called samples.
A spot illustration for the Seattle Weekly for an article on the Frank Zappa Symphony performed at the Seattle Opera House in memory of the man.
Spot illustration for The Stranger. Accompanied a review for the Bruce’s sequel to the Academy Award winning Hollywood epic.
Spot illustration for The Seattle Weekly.
Spot illustration for Total TV. This illustration was never published as the magazine was bought out by TV Guide and then shut down the very same month in which this was to appear in. Corporate America, gotta love it!
Full page illustration for Bike magazine. For an article about the ill effects of Murphys law of riding. That pointy-eared bastard!
This illustration was for an Op-Ed article in The Rocket about the need for the government to blame and effectively martyr the arts for reflecting societies darker themes.