Tuesday, June 23, 2009

My Boss' Family Line

Not unlike the current form of the furred Brooklyn Bartons, it's ancient ancestor (Bartonicus Minimus) was myopic, obsessed with repetition and incurably addicted to caffeinated summer iced drinks. The ancient Barton was slowly coaxed on to dry land and shed it’s ocean faring ways in the search for easy access to Marlboro cigarettes and sugar in it's caffeinated drinks-both being scarce in the ocean depths.

Unlike the current much more anthropoid-even simian Bartons, it's sea dwelling ancestors ate fish and various mollusks that were in abundance millions of years ago in the shallow coastline off what is now known as Coney Island. The Bartons of today thrive on M.S.G. takeout, cheap beer and roasted chicken.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Here's snippet from a series of zombie drawings I did entitled Zombies Everywhere. 
I had never seen zombie movies and had no idea who Romero was until the ripe old age of thirty three. I watched Night Of The Living Dead and I was immediately hooked. 

Monday, June 8, 2009

Jack Potters Drawing Class

Man, did I learn a lot from him. I'm indebted to his teaching in so many different ways that they can't be counted. I would sit in on any of his classes that were available. I had a full blown flu once and still managed to stumble into his classes because I knew I would miss all the energy we were creating in the room and the instruction I would gain from him.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Portrait of Rajendra Pachauri for The Progressive

This is a portrait of the economist Rajendra Pachauri that accompanied an interview in The Progressive magazine.