Tuesday, February 26, 2013


Speaking at Columbia College's wonderful TV department last week, I took time out to visit Chicago's Field Museum.  Normally on such an occasion, I like to draw pictures of the exotic patrons and museum-goers but there were subjects at the museum that held a pose, no matter how long you took to draw them.  In fact, some haven't moved in, like, a hundred years.  The three pictured here, Sue the T-Rex, the skeletal architecture of Gorilla Gorilla and a nameless wild boar, were a few of my favorites.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Before you could text for help...

An editorial illustration I did for the University of Southern California's paper, The Daily Trojan.  I can't recall what the accompanying article was exactly, as most students -- even when I went there for one year -- tried like crazy to get in.

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

LIFE LESSON #37 (or "be cool, stay in school")

College-bound youth of the world, consider yourselves warned --
if you want to maintain a decent GPA, pay attention and take legible notes in class. 
The accompanying jumble of writing and drawings (but mostly drawings)
are actual notes from one of my University of Minnesota notebooks.
Amazingly enough, somehow or other, I did manage to graduate.