I did this art for an article concerning parents being fined $500 in Wisconsin for letting their kids run unlicensed lemonade stands. Enterprising kids have been forced into black markets. Driven by tenacity and that good old Capitalistic spunk, these kids are tomorrow's Wall street entrepreneurs and Presidents. Exhibiting noncompliant behavior for institutional sets of rules. You go kids!
Book cover for a young adult fantasy novel. My impression of our armor clad Hero is a cross between Don Quixote and Tweety Bird. To serve and protect the realm with a whimper.
“Ho! Ho! Ho! To the bottle I go To heal my heart and drown my woe"
WILDLIFE- Illustration for an upcoming Children's book entitled "Animals behaving badly".
An updated version of Aesop's Fables. A sort of ethical guide for both kids and adults.
A DAY OF REFUGE AT THE MOMA SCULPTURE GARDEN. Included in a tourists guide book for tranquil places to go in the hectic, fast paced city.
A commissioned poster for a Jazz festival
Artwork for a Children's public school curriculum appreciating America's indigenous music.
From a Kids book entitled "Hanging with the Hip-Hop Hounds"
Pages from my Children's book. Not for the faint of heart.
One in a series of "animals behaving badly"
GOD HELP US ALL! Cover artwork for Graphic Novel
THE SUN ALSO RISES
WHAT'S YOUR BEEF?
A commissioned book cover I designed and illustrated for a Police Detective in Sydney, Australia who wrote his memoirs using a pseudonym. The author imagines Kit as Dick Tracy channeling Charles Bukowski's outlook with rude wit, a lively sense of the grotesque, a disgust for sham, and a contempt for pettiness. One of his interrogation techniques noted in his memoirs was using a wet mop he found in a urinal as a persuasive informative tool for confessions as well as giving the perpetrator a free shampoo rinse and facial.
Page from Macmillan Visual Dictionary for Children. (VECTOR ART)
ART for a spoof staged play on Shakespeare's lost manuscript called SECOND BEST BED.
Poster I designed & illustrated for a production celebrating the Fab Four's musical legacy at the Patchogue Center for the Perfornimg Arts. Replete with full orchestra and dancers.
This artwork was used for packaging of a product protecting free range chickens from Hawk attacks. GET YOUR HAWK STOPPER VISUAL DEFLECTION NET today!! As good a deterrent as your Rooster being equipped with anti-aircraft artillery.
A wine reviewer hired me to do the debates for his blog. A sampling of the Ted Cruz wine is as follows: "These throwback wines are a homage to traditional wine-making with ‘big body “ mouthfeel and awash in acid and alcohol, with a slightly “unctuous” texture that finish with a ‘zesty’ burn.
Book Cover for a spoof on wolf pack hierarchy in the financial world.