An oldie from September’s Book Review of Marilynne Robinson’s Lila. On the theme of American Gothic that I guess I’m going to stick with for today. I was going for Thomas Hart Benton clouds. Does it work? Big thanks as ever to Nicholas Blechman.
Fold-out CD cover album art for Deadman’s The Sound and The Fury, design by the Sweet Ladies of EmDash, who are always sending me jobs about the Southern apocalypse, which they know I love as a theme and await rapturously as an eventuality. “What’s a CD?” you ask. Excellent question…
From Employer to Retirement Paycheck for PLANSPONSOR November 2014. Thank you, SooJin, for your infinite trust! (These were the incomprehensible sketches she tweeted about. Obviously I have no idea what she was talking about. I make so much sense to me. I am a great communicator.)
I have a Tumbling backlog to address before the holiday. So, hold onto your hats and prepare to be inundated. Or don’t.
You all know that Barrie Potter and I have a short comic up at tor.com right now called To Eternity. A lot has happened since I first asked if we could do a piece about the end of the world and the last man and woman on earth. And while I can’t show you all the process work, what you’ll find here is a sample of the drawings that didn’t make it into the comic:
Well, after today I’m going to be like totally anathema to you guys. But anyway! Here’s a cover for Skyler White's Strongest Conjuration for tor.com. Big thanks to Irene Gallo, who’s been a champion lately and always.
I’m in the 2014/2015 Dellas Graphics FrogFolio Calendar. There are a few copies in circulation to Dellas clients, but the calendar will be available for sale to everyone in September. So, what month do you think I am? Thank you for the invite, AD Jim!