Powerball Dreams

Posted on Jan 11, 2016 in Advice, Experiments

I never play the lottery. My mom does. I do not. This week, with a pot of over 1 billion dollars, I will be buying lottery tickets. What would I do with 1.3 billion dollars? I’d get a therapist to keep my head from exploding over the wonderful trauma. Next, I’d hire a team of […]

Finish line

Posted on Apr 26, 2013 in Education, Experiments, living the dream, MICA

It’s the end of the semester. I’m fried. My students are fried. We’re all dragging ourselves across the finish line at this point. It has been a great semester for us, but man, I can’t wait for things to settle down. If you have never talked to a graduating senior on a college campus in […]

My brain on art

Posted on Jul 24, 2012 in Experiments, Fieldwork, living the dream, Uncategorized

Tomorrow I will be working with researcher Charles Limb in his research on creative improvisation. Me and a few of my MICA illustration colleagues were invited last week to come to Johns Hopkins and draw while having our brains scanned. Ummmm, yes, please! It’s my Sheldon Cooper dream come true. Mr. Limb gave a TedTalk […]

Fun with crayola

Posted on Jan 27, 2012 in Drawing, Experiments, Visual Journalism

Here is today’s rockin’ drawing from rockin’ Lexington Market. Below are a few experiments with Crayola and watercolor. Me likey.