RIP John Lewis

Watching the funeral procession of John Lewis yesterday as it made its way across the Edmund Pettus Bridge was a moving event. We all remembered the bloodshed of 55 years ago, now represented so poetically by the rose petals strewn along his path; a path that changed America. The words he leaves us with sum […]

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Armchair Travels – Bali

Welcome to Armchair Travels, an invitation to travel around the world through the reportage illustration of Studio 1482. We have gathered art from our travels to share with you in the hopes that, while you can’t get out and see these places (yet), our experiences may bring some happiness and light to your day. Please check back often […]

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BLM Vigil

During the last two weeks, Black Lives Matter protests have erupted worldwide, condemning the murder of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others. I am in total support, and would document the protestors marching through the streets of NYC, but due to the coronavirus, I can only join them in spirit. But there […]

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A Dream Assignment

Thanks Workbook for featuring my work on your blog – this campaign of illustrations I did for Chase Private Client, on-site reportage drawings of arts & culture in American cities, really was a dream assignment!  Pictured above is the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) featuring the Chris Burden sculpture Urban Light in front. […]

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