I did this illustration about nine (give or take) years ago for an essay that Matt Stansberry wrote. Having always enjoyed Matt’s writing, this was the first piece he let me read that I NEEDED to make art for his writing. I still love the essay and am still proud of the art to accompany it. Glad to see it finally made it’s way onto the inter webs for everyone to read.
An article for hunters, fathers, sons, and exploring the depth of killing.
New illustration for Floodplainsmag.com on what it means to be native.
A few recent spot portraits for the Boston Globe’s Books section.
“Out on the lake, fat predatory walleye prowled the nearshore for baitfish. Dozens of other anglers had come to the breakwall to cast glowing baits and rattling plugs, slowly retrieved in the hopes of hooking one of the year’s biggest walleye. Fish up to 30 inches and over ten pounds cruised the surface looking for shiners and shad in a vast food-web sprawling across this Great Lake.” – Matt Stansberry
New illustration for “Fly Fishing in Hell” by Matt Stansberry for Floodplains Magazine. You can read the entire article here.
Here are some recent spot portraits for New York magazine.
A few new spot portraits for the Boston Globe.
If you’re interested in illustration or cartooning I highly recommend this 20 minute video about Richard Thompson. What a fantastic artist and thinker!
The Art of Richard Thompson from GVI on Vimeo.
“It’s not just that the bats are dying. They are dying horribly.” New article illustrations for Belt Magazine about the decline of the bat population written by Matt Stansberry.
A few new spots I’ve been playing with.
Finished up a set of illustrations from when I visited Curaçao this July. Enjoy.