Saturday, October 29, 2011


It was a hectic summer for me, what with moving to new digs and a few family events, but my wife and I are slowly settling into our new environment in the 'burbs. So, now I'm back, and having illustrated Thanksgiving and New Year's in earlier blog entries, I thought it was about time to post a Halloween image. My friend Phil the Zombie offers my personal greetings for this Halloween season in the above illustration, subtly influenced by the old EC Comics of the early 1950's. This piece is also available in various forms for licensing on, my personal stock art site.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011


As part of my ongoing quest to create more synergy for my web-presence, I have created three new web galleries which I have now added to the list on the right. All three galleries are somewhat different in form and content. I try to give each one its own feel as well as some visuals and text not found in the others, and I will be adding new images periodically. Click here for my page, here for my galleries, and here for my new FolioFox galleries. My Behance page is now linked directly to my LinkedIn page, with thumbnail images appearing there for easy connecting to the galleries. You have to be signed up with LinkedIn and go to my Full Profile page for that, though. The image above is a montage of some of the illustrations you will find in these online portfolios. As always, you can click on the image for a larger view.

Monday, January 3, 2011

HAPPY 2011!

Nothing says "New Year" like a recycled piece of art!! The above image of the New Year's Baby casting aside icons of last year's holidays has been available (in slightly different form) on my stock illustration site for a couple of years and also appears in several other online galleries. Nevertheless, the message it delivers is this: The holidays are over. Let's get back to work! So, Happy New Year to all. Let's hope it's a good one, full of cheer, creativity and prosperity for all those reading this blog and the many others who have yet to discover it.

As always, click on the image for a larger version.