The Perils of Perfection
Editorial/Illustration

The Perils of Perfection

“Solutionism has become a problem, in part, because both the public and the policymakers are so excited about having technology companies step in and solve problems that were previously handled by some public agency or, more likely, were not seen as problems at all. So as gadgets and connectivity become ubiquitous, it becomes possible to…

Portrait Illustrations
Artwork | Editorial/Illustration

Portrait Illustrations

I don’t often do portraits in my work (at least not of real people).  In those rare instances the challenge comes my way, I enjoy trying to capture the subject while still retaining my visual lexicon.   Just recently, I was contacted by Chris Curry at The New Yorker to create a portrait of African American…

Same Head, Different Hat
Editorial/Illustration

Same Head, Different Hat

Here is a new painting I created for a financial article with the working title, “Old is New – With a Twist”.  I thought it would be fun to show a character abandoning the common baseball cap in favour of a top hat.  So much more stylish!  The AD was the magnificent SooJin Buzelli (who…

Cinelli Bicycles
Artwork | Editorial/Illustration

Cinelli Bicycles

I have been very fortunate to work with Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea in Milan for the past few years.  This past February, I had a solo show of selected works and have participated in many European art fairs with the gallery.  It’s a wonderful relationship that I value tremendously. Antonio also is the owner and…