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Promotional poster for Association of Alternative Newsweeklies convention in New Orleans, July 2001
Poster art for the play P.R. Man by Robert Lyons, May 2001
Cleveland Free Times, April 2001
Illustration for Yahoo Internet Life , February 2001, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Palm, by Larry Smith
New York Times letters page illustration (Sept. 2000)
Cover art for Trust Us, We're Experts
Cover art for the Nation, March 27, 2000
Cover art for Censored 2000 from Seven Stories Press
Illustration for The Second Sexual Revolution, Jack Hitt, New York Times Magazine, (2-2-00). Part of the illustration was also used on the cover (which I did not design)
Tom Tomorrow's Christmas Card (1999)
Illustration for 'Warren Beatty's Next Role,' an article which appeared in the Village Voice. (8-18-99)
Illustration for Orlando Weekly (1998)
Cover for the Village Voice, September 23, 1998. View the original sketch, including 2 panels that were dropped to make room for the cover logo.
Cover for Madison Isthmus, (1997)
cover of New York Times Magazine (4-20-97); and the same illustration as it appeared in a 1997 issue of Courier International (word balloons seem to be translated loosely at best).
Cover illustration for the New Haven Advocate (10-3-96)
Cover for the San Francisco Bay Guardian, inspired by Newt's declaration that homosexuality is "an orientation in the way that alcoholism is an orientation." (12-28-94)
Cover for Sacramento News and Review, Top Ten Censored Stories of 1994
Illustration for Bay Guardian cartoon contest announcement, around 1994
Cover for San Francisco Bay Guardian, Top Ten Censored Stories of 1993
cover for Real Girl comics, edited by Angela Bocage, 1993
Cover for the book Toxic Sludge is Good For You! by John Stauber and Sheldon Rampton
Image Magazine cover, 1992
SF Weekly cover, 1991, on the San Francisco mayoral race
Cover for the book Washington on $10 Million a Day, by Ken Silverstein.
The New Yorker
US News & World Report
Cartoon for Columbia University graduate student union campaign (April 2002)
Then and Now, New York Times op-ed page (3/15/01)
What will Clinton do?, New York Times op-ed page(11/6/00)
Politically Incorrect, from the fall issue of TV Guide (of all places...) (1999)
This Purposeful World, parts one and two -- a report from the Republican Convention, July 2000 (Village Voice)
Democratic Convention Confidential, parts one and two -- a report from Los Angeles, August 2000 (Village Voice)
Village Voice page on Brookly Art Museum controversy (1999)
New York Times Endpaper (1995)
A one-page comic for Mother Jones from the mid-nineties. In the third panel, the word balloon originally read Do you want that in small bills?, but the brave souls at Mojo were afraid they would get sued by Patton, Boggs & Blow and made me change it.
This look at a typical comics page was a collaboration with Paul Mavrides, for a special issue of FAIR's magazine, Extra!
The cartoon that Brill's Content solicited and then rejected for their premiere issue. (1998)
Part 1 and Part 2 of Those Wacky Republicans -- a report from the front which appeared in the New Haven Advocate (4-24-97)
Sparky for President bumper sticker (1996)
A rough cover sketch of a cover with the original title for what initially became The Wrath of Sparky. Also, the full color final cover (1994)
Spark/Zippy collaboration piece with Bill Griffith for the San Francisco Examiner (11-17-92)
A poster for the band Primus from New Year's Eve (1992)
T-shirt design for San Francisco bookstore, early nineties
A promotional piece from the early nineties
I worked at a t-shirt company during the late eighties. This was a proposed design which never made it into production.
Part 1 and part 2 of a two-pager I did for some comic book in the late eighties
An illustration after Rube Goldberg, late eighties
Poster for San Francisco improv comedy group Faultline, late eighties
Another piece for Faultline
Who is Tom Tomorrow?, from the comic book Suburban High Life, 1987.
Writing on the Wall was a xeroxed zine I put out in 1983, featuring a lot of found text and images, and which probably marked the beginning of my fascination with old advertising imagery