Illustration for Cornucopia Institute
Icon for Cornucopia Institute, used on all their anti-GMO initiative posters and promotional materials.
A City Paper feature about the legacy the former mayor (and governor) left for the city of Baltimore. The article tried to separate the myths from the realities of his tenure, so my approach tilted toward the mythical--in the form of a stained glass window--and hyperbolic--in the form of an almost gargoyle-like head screaming into the phone. Schaefer had a reputation of calling his critics directly. Many reporters got that feared call over the years.
Set of illustrations for a 2006 City Paper feature about personnel scandals at the Maryland National Guard. Read the full article here.
Set of illustrations for a 2010 City Paper feature about important, but perhaps less well-known, people who died that year.
Set of illustrations for a Public Citizen campaign to instruct people about various issues they have researched, such as country-of-origin food labeling, increasing private ownership of heretofore public water supplies, and industrial shrimp farming, to name a few. Most of these illustrations were created on scratchboard, scanned, then digitally-tinted. A few were drawn, scanned, and re-drawn in Illustrator.