work from my final major project!
uni is nearly over I’m really sad
So wonderfully rustic, caringly nostalgic, so American, so Midwestern, so careful—every fine line in place, every minor color overflowing with story…Landland takes place and space, music and myth, and fills them up with an elegant familiarity that makes you miss the scenes depicted, longing for them, homesick for them, even if you’ve never been anywhere or experienced anything like them. Fantastic.
Lloyd Birmingham - When the Glaciers Go, 1962.
Portfolio in progress: Some Japanese architecture design
The Plundering of Airlie — The Wrath of Argyll
This piece illustrated the English folk song “The Bonnie House of Airlie”. Dec 2013
Birthday pic for Vicki!
New cover for The Progressive, thanks to AD Nick Jehlen!
This issue focused on stories from various people across the earth working in different ways to improve the world.
When I got the cover prompt I took a nap right afterwards, and I actually dreamed the idea of all the different birds building a nest together.
I’m so, so pleased that:
1. My sleeping brain pulled its own weight for once
2. That sketch actually got picked
3. I can literally say this was a “dream come true”
Out for a walk all by yourself, little lady?
Will Bradley, 1896.
looking at too much rene gruau