Saturday, January 31, 2009

Some new drawings in the February issue of Believer Magazine.

A-Jump Books has published some of my favorite photography (and photography related) books. The recent The History of Photography in Pen & Ink By Charles Woodard is really outstanding.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Rich Jacobs has been doing MOVE Exhibitions for ten years!

David Cole interviewed Rich (and me) about Taco Bell for his new website. I am calling this interview The Abridged Taco Bell Drawing Club and More! Interview because there is a much longer unabridged version that may come out in book (several volume book) form in the near future.

Saturday, January 17, 2009

Neil Freeman is one of my favorite idea organizers. He is involved in an exhibition at the Queens Museum that is opening January 24!

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Cherry Huffman Architects put this book together with my drawings for their office holiday card.

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

I am drawing pictures in the current issue of Esopus! For a donation! If you missed having your "favorite New York thing" drawn in Esopus 11 or if you would like to donate money to a terrific magazine, or you would like to send me to some weird place to see if I will actually go and draw your favorite thing (or all three of these things), this is your chance. I left a little space at the end of the drawings I did that were printed, for you (or me) to draw YOUR thing in there. For more information visit the Esopus site. Also, if you are interested in buying the magazine so YOU can do the drawing it is currently available at different places (Barnes and Noble, St. Mark's Bookshop, Printed Matter, Shaman Drum(?), and some others) or you can order directly from the website! While we are on the subject, there is a terrific article about Neil Greenberg in issue #8 that is written by Fritz Swanson!

The new issue of Dustin Hostetler's Faesthetic is out now!

Monday, January 5, 2009

Saturday, January 3, 2009

There is an article about Kristen Wiig in the Sunday New York Times.

Michael Worful has been adding some nice new photographs to his website.

Bill Thelen was asked by Visual AIDS to select artworks for an exhibition.

An exhibition of photographs called Troposphere, curated by Sophie Lvoff, is up right now. There are a lot of great photographs in the show. I think my favorites are by Jason Fulford.