There’s nothing more poignant than a swing set in the rain. The sight of it evokes memories of summer afternoons of my childhood in the Bronx; the smell of the rain hitting the hot pavement signaling the end of playing on the swings. “But I get wet in the bathtub – what’s the difference?”, my […]View post →
This is a drawing of my favorite corner in New York City. I’ve spent many hours on this corner shooting video, but I’ve never drawn it until now. It’s walking distance from where I live, and it reminds me of the old New York, the one I grew up in. On a hot summer day […]View post →
OTRA is one hot latin jazz dance band that I saw performing at the Blue Nile in New Orleans. I met Sam Price, the bassist, when I was drawing him performing with another group at a club on Bourbon Street. “You’ve got to come to Frenchman Street and draw!” he said, and drew me a […]View post →
Read the full article on Gabi Campanario’s blog here: http://gabicampanario.blogspot.com/2009/06/illustrators-as-storytellers.htmlView post →
One-drawing-a-day – this is the new blog site that our studio, Studio 1482, has launched. There are eight of us in the studio, so each of us will post something new up there every eight days. I hope you’ll check it out HERE. For my postings, I am going into the “archive” and posting some […]View post →
A few days ago I had the opportunity to see my friend and sometime commenter on this blog, Eliot Brown. As I left the party we were both at, he yelled out to me, “more pictures”! So…here are more pictures!
Sunday was a really nice day in NYC, and Neil and I joined the many New Yorkers who relaxed on the lawn of my local park, fountain included! He worked and I drew – that’s not really work, although I do it for a living! I liked playing with the different textures in the park, and also drawing some of the local color…see below…View post →