Monthly Archives: July 2014

New New Yorker Cover: Coney Island

I’m happy to share with you this week’s cover of The New Yorker. That’s my friend Piper Murakami in the foreground. She does her swimming in the San Francisco Bay. These swimmers look like they belong to the Coney Island Brighton Beach Open Water Swimmers (CIBBOWS), or so says my East Coast swimmer/illustrator friend Melinda… Read more »

Teeing off in Scotland

I’m feeling lucky‚Ķ we just returned this weekend from a trip to Scotland and the fabled birthplace of golf, St. Andrews. Golf Digest sent me there on assignment to capture impressions of the town and the Old Course for their 2015 British Open package. Eventually I’ll be creating a notebook and doing paintings based on… Read more »

A World Cup Cover…

I’m a big sports fan and my absolutely favorite sporting event is the World Cup. I’m totally addicted. One of the joys of self-employment is getting to watch as many games as I want, which for me was almost every match. And I almost had a NYer cover about it as well. My thought was… Read more »