I will be having a solo show next week at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in NYC. The exhibition, entitled Hindi Love Song, opens on Saturday, April 4th and runs until May 2nd. Just under 40 new works consisting of works on paper, metal, plywood and other surfaces will be in the show. Even incuded in a bronze scultpture.
Hope you all can make it to the opening!
When: Saturday April 4th, 7 - 9 pm
Where: Jonathan LeVine Gallery, Gallery II
529 West 20th Street, 9th floor (between 10th and 11th Avenues)
New York, NY
Inquiries: (212) 243 - 3822
This picture was originally done for Nicholas Blechman at The New York Times Book Review for an Indian spy thriller called 'Sacred Games'. It has won stuff and has been on my site for a little while now.
So yesterday I get a funny emai from Australia. The sender told me their friend Chris looked just like my illustration.
Every imagined character we draw has a real-life twin walking amongst the 6 billion people on the planet. And yesterday this illustration found his.
Here is an illustration commissioned for Arem Duplessis for the New York Times Magazine. It's for a feature on the financial crisis and it's a great story. Arem hired a group of illustrators to all tackle the problem. Also incuded are Zohar Lazar, Adrian Tomine, Seth, Christoph Niemann, Brian Cronin and Ronald Kurniawan.
"When Wall Street stopped looking for dragons, nothing was going to save it. Not ever VaR" by Joe Nocera from the NY Times.
You can read the article here: www.nytimes.com/2009/01/04/magazine/04risk-t.html
Entertainment Weekly is a fun client to work for. I especially enjoy the Best and Worst of the Year issue. This year, I was asked by AD Heather Haggerty to illustrate a full page for the video game of the year. Yup, the Wii Fit won. It's supposed to combine fun and fitness in one product and apparently, users swear by it. Personally, I like going to a real yoga class. Being an illustrator, venturing into civilization is always a treat after all.
Last year I spent some time in Copenhagen doing at lecture/workshop at the Danmarks Designskole invitation of Henrik Drescher. While there, I did some fun collaborations with Henrik.
Henrik also drew some pictures of me, which I forgot all about until he recently emailed me these gems...
Here is a cover I illustrated for the current issue of Newsweek. It was a fun job and great to be working with Sean Noyce and Bruce Ramsay, two awesome guys that let me loose with the concepts. It originally started out as 2 spots but parlayed into a cover and 2 inside feature pieces. Pick it up when you can because it's a great article. "The Future of Affluence". So what's going to happen when we (eventually) get over this recession? More than just the financial crisis, it's higher taxes and energy costs next to health spending which will impede future growth. We've all got our work cut out for us.
Limited edition, hand-signed and numbered 6 colour silkscreen print created for Greenpeace
SAVE THE BOREAL
Next week on Thursday, March 22nd, I will be having a print show at Magic Pony in Toronto. I have created a 6 colour, hand-signed and numbered limited edition silkscreen print exclusively for Greenpeace. There are 2 editions, English (edition of 95 - price is $150 CDN) and French (edition of 25 - price is $250 CDN). The 15" x 21" print (image area is 12" x 18") is printed on archival Stonehenge cotton paper.
Please come on out and support the campaign! 100% of sales from this print will go to the Greenpeace. This print may only be purchased by clicking here (shown is English version, French version has headline "Sauvez la Boreale"):
In addition, I will have other prints and items for sale. So please come if you are in Toronto and spread the word! (p.s. My Series 3 2-/2" "Poof" Qees due in April - Magic Pony will be taking names for pre-orders that night)
Magic Pony Gallery 694 Queen Street West (west of Bathurst) Toronto, Canada March 19 - 26 Opening Reception: Thursday, March 22nd, 6 - 10 pm