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Saturday, May 19th, 2007

I spent last Friday in Warren, NJ at Central School. It was Young Author’s Day and I gave three presentations, signed a million books, and answered some really interesting questions. If you own or are affiliated with a school and you would like to have someone give presentations, sign books, and answer interesting questions, get in touch.

Central School

Tuesday, April 24th, 2007

Willie Nelson played The Fillmore in San Francisco for five shows last week and I was pleased to be asked to make one of the posters. I was asked to somehow include a guitar in the design, so I did that. The final was printed 4-color at 12×19 inches. If you happened to see the show, let us know how was it? I’ve never seen Willie Nelson play, but gee I’d like to.

Friday, November 3rd, 2006

I'm Miss November

Finally. I’ve been looking forward to November all year! Last year, I did a page for the 2006 National Public Radio calendar. It’s a family sitting around one evening listening to the radio (presumably excited about the prospect of good reigning over evil come this election-Tuesday). The tv, video games, magazines, etc are all turned off and put away, and happiness and joy fill the room. Or something like that.
Here’s a game: go to the flickr link (click the pic) and guess which famous NPR peeps adorn the walls. Leave a note! Can you recognize Ira Flatow? I can. A bigger link is here.
(Also, I have a million of these calendars. If you’re willing to paypal the postage, I’ll happily send you one…)

Sunday, October 22nd, 2006

Me and my Munchkins

We found our Munchkins! Driving up Old York Rd to Doylestown today, we saw the posters hanging in a window of the 7th Dunkin we passed. I turned the car around (safely) and went back. We bought a box and took plenty of pictures.
Go out and get yours now!

Friday, October 13th, 2006

Ladytron @ The Fillmore

This is a three-color poster I designed this week for Ladytron at The Fillmore in San Francisco. It’s being printed today (13 Oct).
The project started out as a robot, but that got shot down. In the end this is not a bad thing, as I plan to use the robots for other things anyway.
Additionally, while I love the robots more than this particular image, I think this is more appropriate for the band.