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.
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.
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.
New illustration for Grantland Quarterly 6, on sale now! This accompanied a Bill Simmons article about the unlikely friendship forged between Bill Russell and Kobe Bryant, leadership styles, and their wildly divergent paths to NBA immortality.
Last week I got to do an illustration for Bill Simmons’ annual NBA Trade Value column on Grantland- a recurring article I’ve been reading for the better part of a decade! The Lord of the Rings and the NBA playoffs make for strange bedfellows, but my inner 12 year-old had a lot of fun with the pseudo-comic book feel for this one.
A selection of spot illustrations from a small book I wrote, illustrated and made entitled Southpaw: 25 Compelling Lefties From the World of Sport. The book (along with a selection of associated apparel) can (soon) be purchased through my Etsy store, linked in the left hand navigation. Check it out!
Featured athletes include Phil Esposito, Don Mattingly, Larry Bird, John McEnroe, Diego Maradona, Martina Navratilova, Wade Boggs, Kenny Stabler, Sandy Koufax, Willis Reed, Darryl Strawberry, Rickey Henderson, Pele, Bill Walton, Bill Lee, Mark Spitz, Bill Russell, Cam Neely, Monica Seles, Jim Abbott, Marvin Hagler, Chris Mullin, Lenny Dykstra, Deion Sanders and Warren Spahn.
While working on a Gingrich/Romney piece for Bloomberg last week, I was reminded of this piece that I did for The New York Times back in 2008. It’s amazing to think how much the political landscape has changed in three and a half years, while somehow not changing that much at all.