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I’m on the cover of the 12th issue of The Work Style Magazine. Well not me personally, something I drew.
The latest edition of the quarterly publication examines the relationship of ‘Rules and Passion’. In the context of work, rules often provide structure and guidance to channel passions to productive ends. Without them workers can get caught up in what they are doing and lose sight of the big picture. The story of Daedalus and Icarus seemed like a good jumping off point for this idea of following the rules and not getting caught up in the joy of what you are doing.
A big thanks to art director Marta Scetta for the assignment.
New work for The Chronicle Review.
Working as a T.A. is pretty awesome, as long as you aren’t interested in luxuries like health insurance or a living wage.
Something for the Latest issue of Rochester Review.
These ran with and excerpt from Down in the Chapel: Religious Life in an American Prison by U of R Theology professor Joshua Dubler.
Read it here.
I’m in The Washington Post today and I didn’t even have to shut down the government to get in there. Art appears in the Outlook section with a story on the Obama administration cracking down on journalists who report on whistleblowers and the classified information that they release. Read the whole thing here.
Something for the University of Rochester’s magazine. The story looks at the school’s program for helping students who are struggling to adapt to college life.
Read about it here
Something from the archives because its in the news.
Last April, I moderated my second talk at the Society of illustrators in NY on the subject of the First Four Years. This is the third and final talk I plan on moderating on the subject for quite a while. The panel of exceptional young illustrators include Tuesday Bassen, Wesley Allsbrook, Roxie Vizcarra, Jonathan Bartlett and Rich Tu.
We talked about a wide range of subjects including having a day job while building toward a career in illustration (and how having a day job is ok!), in house illustration, being an art director illustrator hybrid, promotion, having a life outside of art and a bunch of other subjects. This is a much different talk than the one spoken back in October.
You can view the video on the Society of illustrators website by clicking here…
Third image for the 3NES show at Bottleneck Gallery. Show opens Sept. 6
Wait…I’ve been a girl the whole time!?
Another image for Bottleneck Gallery’s 3NES show.
Something in the works for an upcoming show at Bottleneck Gallery
Magenta Manor Episode 15 - Kyle T Webster
In this episode we had a great chat with Kyle T Webster about some of the many things he does as a freelancer, including getting into children’s books, app development, creating ps brushes and more!
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