How fun to do this year’s holiday card for the New York City Department of Education!
Here’s my art for this year’s holiday card at OpenDNS:
Join us this Thursday in Brooklyn for a retrospective of Philip’s life so far! P.S.L. to order prints from Philip the Sea Lion, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s a preview of my new painting for the Gallery New World Stages Elements in Red Exhibition. The show will run till March 31. Details
My cartoons are part of a great group show this fall called First Contact: UFOs, Aliens, and Broadway! If you’re in the New York area, you should visit. Here are the details, and here’s one of my cartoons from the show:
P.S. I bet aliens like Halloween!
I’ve just published an ebook, Philip the Sea Lion, on iTunes, Amazon, and Lulu! In case you don’t know Philip yet, he’s an interesting sea lion who’s always wanted to be a real New Yorker. He lives in the Central Park Zoo, where he reads the New York Times (he likes the fashion section best). Late one night in the middle of winter, he escapes!
Philip the Sea Lion is a grape gift for ages 6-106. The nice thing about an ebook is that you can read it almost anywhere and the story flows beautifully! Philip’s funny journey through the streets of New York and Brooklyn will steal your heart. Follow these links to find out more: iPad, Kindle, Others.
Here’s a cartoon I did recently for The Hairpin!
Want to see it on The Hairpin? Click here
My dad sent me a book about Japanese Bird-and-Flower Paintings by Ito Jakuchu! It’s called Colorful Realm, and it catalogues a special exhibition at the National Gallery of Art. You can see the book here.
Jakuchu’s paintings are breathtaking. One of his techniques involves painting on the underside of the image, which makes it luminous. After looking through the book for a while, I made these two pieces:
You can find the first of these pieces in my etsy shop.