Thursday, February 17, 2011
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Hi everybody. I have a little side project of very low-res portraits called iotacons. This week, some Conan O'Brien iotacons I did are in Fortune Magazine! Above is the penultimate layout for the print version, and there is also an iPad version that had one of those poses at the top of each page of the article, and a clickable dancing Conan movie on the last page! Here is the movie.
iotacon blog! So long!
Monday, February 14, 2011
Friday, February 4, 2011
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Hey everybody! Thanks for the comments on the Star Wars stuff! I've made the alteration most of you requested: Luke's ROTJ lightsaber is now green. I've had so much fun doing these low-res images, I set up a blog just for them.
Check it out! I'll change the lightsaber color on those ASAP. So long!
Friday, September 24, 2010
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Barnes & Noble!
Monday, August 23, 2010
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Hey Everybody! I have a new book just hitting the shelves and the amazon and things like that! It's called Ten Little Zombies: A Love Story from Chronicle Books! This trailer I made for it, dazzlingly beautiful as it is, involves no animation! I made it with cut paper and magnets. This is what I do with my spare time.
View, buy and review the book on Amazon at: Ten Little Zombies: A Love Story
Thursday, July 22, 2010
Hi everybody. Today's New York Times has an Op-Art edufotainstration I did about archeology in New York City. It was art directed by Alicia Desantis, and I think she did an amazing job of laying out a great looking page with a whole lot of text and very little time to do it! She was a breeze to collaborate with, and I'm very happy with the results. To the left is what this thing looks like in the paper today.
I was really looking forward to posting this here, and sharing it with my friends on facebook, and I intended to do that with a link to the New York Times web site.
But this is what it looks like on the web!
It's fine, really. It's a good solution for maintaining legibility. The same info pops up when you click on the i boxes. But the illustration looks a bit unfinished without all that text. And Alicia and I worked really hard to make all that text work with the illustration! Oh well. Designing for print and designing for the web are just two different things. And they're going to get differenter and differenter. So long!
Sunday, July 18, 2010
Friday, June 11, 2010
A Snail Parade has just begun!
Let's start the show with number one!
Crawling out of Grampa's shoe
is Snail Parade snail number two!
Snail Parade snail number three
Is cheered on by his family!
And that's the end! No wait, there's more!
Here comes a fourth snail: Number Four!
Injured, yes, but still alive
Is bird-attacked snail number five!
Pausing to enjoy a Twix
Is Snail Parade snail number six!
Passing snails eight through eleven
Speedy snail twelve, I mean seven!
Although we had an hour to wait,
At last here comes snail number eight!
Sliding down the slimy line
Is slimy snaily numby nine!
After that comes number ten!
And so the Snail Parade must end.