series of illustration for tales of family travel gone amuck. parents sneaking overage kids into zoos, trips to plymouth rock, and fight fueled road trips. these trips didn’t quite pan out, but the memories and awkward experiences have lasted a lifetime.
art direction: christine bower-wright
bunny-eared, fishnet wearing, mustachioed, it’s an art car. illustration for the brand spanking new houstonian mag. congrats to alese pickering and chris skiles (and others, i suppose) on your lovely new magazine. it looks so good, i want to visit houston. burgers? art car parades? yes.
art direction: alizé pickering
houstonia magazine: art cars for dummies, By michael hardy
a new entry has arrived in the category of luring-me-to-drink-coffee-and-draw-in-your-friendly-confines, house of small wonder (yelp). after hanging out here on a lazy rainy day, i found myself wondering whether the greenpoint/williamsburg area needs yet another coffee shop. personally, i love’m and prefer this to the opening of yet another bar, so for me the answer is sure, why not? this little place is great, has a lovely view of the bqe and isn’t yet completely filled by the soul sucking laptop masses (i give it a week).
eben score: thumbs up!
breakfast drawing session with studiomate josh. this drawing is a little bit better in person, but the scan looks kind of garbage. that’s okay though, i’ve been busy and not observation drawing nearly enough, so i’ll post what i can get.
carmakers have fallen in love with geographic car names, hoping to connect the feelings of a location with their car (think suv + outer-mongolian-rain-forest-dessert, now that’s tough). to this end, slate makes some suggestions of more apt geographic names and automobiles.
slate: yes, this is your grandfather’s ford, by aaron kremer
opposite side of the street parking.
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