This piece is my reaction to Michael Brown, Eric Garner, and the many others for whom the #Icantbreathe movement was created.
In 1964, Norman Rockwell painted, "The Problem We All Live With". It depicts Ruby Bridges on her way to her first day at an all-white elementary school. She's escorted by four white deputy U.S. marshals.
By pulling Ruby from 1960 to today, I wanted to speak to the racial injustice that still plagues us.
It’s been a tough, cold, gray winter. One day, while walking my kids to school in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, I noticed that the only source of color came from my kids. It was a special moment I wanted to capture.
This piece was selected for the Society of Illustrators Annual Exhibit, Illustrators 58, in the Advertising, Institutional, and Uncommissioned Categories.
Je Suis Charlie
This piece is my reaction to the Charlie Hebdo tragedy. It's my visual interpretation of Nabila Ramdani's article in The Guardian which speaks to France's Muslims.
This is an alternate book cover for Melville's Moby Dick. Created in Corel Painter. The sketch below shows the original concept, in which I show Ahab. In this case, simpler is better.