One more week! Here’s the final showreel for “Twenty Minutes or Less” - if you’re in the Boston area you can catch the show through September 7 at Voltage. This exhibition features 250 crowdsourced portraits, each completed in (you guessed it) 20 minutes or less.
Here’s a new illustration for Fancred, a social media site designed for sports fans. This is the first of an ongoing series celebrating the kickoff of the college football season - you can download the free wallpaper here.
New illustration today for Grantland Quarterly 10! This accompanied Kirk Goldsberry’s great article about Lebron’s Kasparov-esque control of the court- you can read the article in it’s original form here, minus the artwork.
This piece was a fun homage to the classic Chessmaster video game cover, an odd staple of my childhood.
I got to do some illustrations for this Grantland mini documentary on Brooklyn Nets superfan Bruce Reznick, aka Mr. Whammy. My work kicks in around 2:23 but give the whole thing a whirl, it’s good fun!
Thanks to Neil Punsalan and David Jacoby for putting me on.
Grantland recently produced a limited edition book given to participants in this year’s MIT/Sloan Sports Analytics Conference.
This illustration accompanied an article about SportsVu technology and the way that NBA teams assess player movement and effectiveness on court. Here’s a link to the piece as it originally appeared online.
Another quick little piece for Grantland today. This illustration accompanies an article about new frontiers in basketball analytics made possible by SportsVu technology. It’s a really interesting read by my friend Kirk Goldsberry, check it out!
I recently starting doing crowdsourced portraits through social media, each taking 20 minutes or less. Initially, the idea was to just get in some fun and interactive practice when I wasn’t on assignment. In recent weeks the project has taken on a life of it’s own, so I decided to start a tumblr dedicated to these drawings exclusively. Check it out, commission inquiries are always welcome!
Brandy new illustration for The Classical’s brandy new e-magazine, this month titled “The Same Old Game”. This piece accompanies a career retrospective on outgoing MLB commissioner Bud Selig. I had a really fun time incorporating some of the key topics from the article into the ballpark signage.
If you enjoy intelligent, long form musing on all things sport, then you should run right over and download The Classical app here. Buy in, you won’t be sorry.
I recently had the opportunity to paint a large interior mural for a basketball art exhibition in Cambridge, MA. The show (titled In the Paint) was the result of a collaboration between Double Scribble and Voltage. This mural went up in just a tick over 3 days- I think it came out a-ok.