Filed under: comic artists, comics, graphic novels, illustrations, my comics, politics | Tags: art, books, children's books, climate change, comics, graphic novels, illustration, politics, sci-fi, science
So this is just one illustration for an upcoming info-comic-book, pamphlet, public-information type-thing, that I’ve been working on with the Supergen Bioenergy Hub. It shows energy crops being grown to produce bioenergy and reabsorb emissions released by the previous generation of energy crops, ad infinitum. Drawn with a brush and ink, but coloured digitally!
Several other artists have been working on the project alongside me, including the brilliant John Swogger whose blog is extraordinarily active and interesting. Check him out.
More on this project soon. Also, A Dream of a Low Carbon Future, shown in my last blog post, is out in print and digital format.
Filed under: illustrations, politics | Tags: art, cartoons, clinton, cruz, election, illustration, politics, sanders, trump
Just created this set of designs in the style of face cards from a deck of playing cards for T.J. Kirkpatrick‘s upcoming Primary Colors project.
T.J.’s photographed beautiful portraits of such significant political figures as Newt Gingrich and Christine Lagarde, but in this project he focuses on ordinary voters and the reasons they had for rallying behind their candidate, be it Clinton, Cruz, Sanders, or Trump, the eventual leaders in these races which, of course, has now been whittled down to just the big two.
But I don’t know, the way Gary Johnson’s polling right now, I may have to make a bonus card for him as the joker in the pack. Or maybe that card you get with the rules of poker on it.