New work for PLANADVISOR. Anyone who knows me will see this and be reminded of my favorite party game. Thank you again, SooJin!
I’ve been busy with work and I barely have time to squeeze in something I want to do for myself. It’s refreshing.
Richard McGuire’s Here
In 1989, Mr. McGuire, then an aspiring New York artist better known for playing bass in the postpunk band Liquid Liquid, published a 36-panel comic that hopped backward and forward through millions of years without leaving the confines of a suburban living room, thanks to the use of pop-up frames-within-frames inspired by the relatively new Microsoft Windows… now he has popped up through a wormhole of his own, with a full-color, book-length version of “Here” that once again transforms a corner of his childhood living room in New Jersey into a staging ground for all of earthly history.
Each two-page spread features a fixed view of the room in a certain year, with pop-up windows giving glimpses of what might have been visible in exactly that spot at various moments in the past and future: from the tail of a passing dinosaur to a 1960s children’s birthday party to a quiet late-21st-century fireside chat.
McGuire is amazing. I’m thinking of flying to NYC just to see the show. Don’t miss it if you’re there.
Copra #8 (Copra Press - July 2013)
Writer/Illustrator: Michel Fiffe
This page is so awesome.
Fantastic illustrations by Los Angeles based Alex Chechik:
Too Big to (NOT) Fail
Latest cover for CIO Europe for an article about companies that are too big to be nimble, and are unable to react fast. My idea is that the big horse is being confined by the page while the small ones are free to leap from page to page. I wanted to try out a simpler graphic approach on this one and it has been really fun!
Big thanks to AD SooJin who always encourages new endeavors and amazing to work with!
— Charles Bukowski (via aglimmerofhappiness)