a new spread from my church sketchbook
Cover for the Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association, about medical myths.
A mostly typographic solution to a book jacket for Simon & Schuster, a pleasure to work with the one and only Laurent Linn.
A new drawing for Reader’s Digest from a charming story about an uncle taking his nieces to their first Renaissance Festival. (Yes, that is a ghost cat.)
A new spread from my church sketchbook about Dietrich Bonhoeffer, one of my favorite historical figures next to John Brown. Drawn using Dr. Martin’s Black Star ink and the UniBall Signo white pen.
Introducing my new book Shooting at the Stars, about the Christmas Truce of 1914. This is my second book I’ve both written and illustrated. It has been a real passion project and I’m thrilled to finally share it with you. It will be released October 7th, you can pre-order it now.
In addition to several good reviews, it has just been accepted into the Original Art Show at the Society of Illustrators, showcasing the best children’s books of the year. These images a just a few from from the book. Thanks to Chad Beckerman and Howard Reeves, my dream team at Abrams Books for Young Readers.
So happy to finally share the interior illustrations from Hook’s Revenge, the wonderful new debut from Heidi Schulz. Thrilled to get the final copy of the book last week. I gave the images everything I had to try to match the wonderful story. Pre-Order it today!
Based on the theme “Soul Food” - I did the art for my church’s VBS summer camp t-shirt. Great chance to experiment with a 2 color design. Edited the drawing so we could print the shirt on red.
The Onion Knight. An image for a new issue of Nautilus about how vegetables attack the body when we eat them. These attacks force our body to protect itself and we get stronger.