New York Times Magazine

So I just finished a project for the New York Times Magazine.  It was short, very intense and super fun.  I collaborated with Gail Bichler, the magazine’s Design Director to produce a stand-alone section of the paper,  cover and all.  The stand-alone broadsheet,  as it’s called, is the first of its kind produced by the magazine.  I contributed six pieces altogether, illustrations that edge on fine art because of their simple and elegant compositions (thanks to Gail’s sharp eye).  I can’t elaborate on the content….only can say that it relates to one of this fall’s most anticipated books.  It comes out in this Sunday’s paper (Aug. 7th)….just remember to look past the magazine to find it- it’s its own thing altogether~

2 comments

  • August 7, 2016 at 8:38 pm // Reply

    I was surprised by seeing your image in the Times. I thought it was by me.
    I did an etching titled “Tunnelight” in 1989 that is without tracks but similar in theme,
    We have similar aesthetics and views on the power of objects.
    Please view my website and see how I have tried to incorporate the known into the conceptual and fine art.
    Congratulations on this coverage.

    • September 21, 2016 at 9:16 pm // Reply

      Thanks, Bruce. Your work is indeed similar in content to mine…..and quite elegant and thought provoking. Pleased to get feedback from such an established artist as yourself.

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