Monthly Archives: January 2014

Here’s another editorial illustration published in January. The article targets commercial lenders — and we tried a have a little fun with the “pun” as well as the visual of course. See below the primary illustration, as well as details, in context view, etc — as usual. Thanks for visiting!











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Post number 2 for the new year! Below you’ll find another illustration that appears in the January 2014 Scotsman Guide Residential edition. In addition to the illustration, I was able to design and art direct this spread — photoshopping a couple images together for the right-hand page as well, kerning type and all the rest… The article gives 7 reasons why professional ethics are critical to good business. My computer crashed once in the middle (ugh) but made it through on deadline! Thank goodness I make frequent back-ups.













As always, thanks very much for stopping by my blog (and making it to the end).

Hello! I wish everyone a very Happy New Year — and many good things for you in the year ahead.           This is a new editorial illustration that is featured in this month’s Scotsman Guide Residential edition. Of 8 editorial illustrations I did for January publications, this one seems the most appropriate to post at the start of the new year. Below you will find all the usual crops: the full illustration, details and the in-context view. Oh, and I must say thank you to Iris, one of my 3 adopted pups, who was the model for the dog in the illustration below. (I think she did pretty well, although I had to wing-it a bit, since she refused to put her foot over one eye as I requested repeatedly … even offering treats if she did).











My cats insist I try to work one of them into a future illustration, for equal opportunity … stay tuned. As always … I appreciate your taking the time to stop by take a look at my work.


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