Monthly Archives: January 2007

My Bit for America’s Summer Camps

My project for the last few days has been designing a magazine advertisement for the American Camp Association. Which reminds me that I never showed you the poster I designed for the ACA last fall.

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Home Turf Interviews

I left a couple of interviews in my wake while I was in Birmingham last week. One appeared in print; the other was broadcast on Birmingham’s NPR station.

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Cartooning Dean Bridgers (Part 2 of 2)

Normally, when I’m called upon to draw someone I don’t know I’ll want to see photos taken from an assortment of angles, under varied lighting conditions, so I can begin imagining him or her in three dimensions.

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Cartooning Dean Bridgers (Part 1 of 2)

I never knew Dr. William F. Bridgers. Now I feel like I do, having been asked to design cover art for his "reflections and recollections."

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Party Time in Birmingham

It’s always fun to put together self-promotional montages like the one above, in which assorted characters from odd corners of my professional life come creeping out of the woodwork to party.

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Two Portraits

Once in a blue moon an opportunity arises for me to do a portrait. (I mean, one that other people besides Eddie see.) A couple of those blue-moon occasions have arisen since we relocated to New England.

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My Winding Road’s Spanish Detour

Before I leave the topic of Stuck Rubber Baby I should thank the Spanish comics newsmagazine Dolmen for its nicely-done print adaptation of "The Long and Winding Stuck Rubber Road."

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