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New work for The University of Rochester’s alumni magazine.
Work in progress. Something for my own amusement.
Something from the archives to mark the day that Ebbets Field would have turned 100. Instead, it was abandoned by the Dodgers in 1957 and demolished in 1960. An apartment complex opened on the site in 1962.
More in the NY Times http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/04/sports/baseball/ebbets-field-is-gone-but-memories-of-brooklyn-dodgers-endure.html
I’m on the cover of this week’s Chico News & Review. Story on binge drinking at the California State University at Chico.
I am moderating a talk at the Society of illustrators on April 27th, 2013 called the First Four Years. This talk is similar to the talk I moderated last fall, but the discussion is much more diverse and will answer questions that might not of been brought up last fall. Questions like: Is it possible to have a day job while building toward a career in illustration? Do in-house illustration jobs exist and if so where in our industry are they primarily? How can I run a successful online store? Is it possible to even have a career in illustration?
Please tell your friends! I hope to see you there.
Opening Day is right around the corner. The Cardinals are already in mid-season form.
Of course, this year, spring training gets interrupted by The World Baseball Classic. I like Vatican City’s chances. Sure, their manager abruptly quit, but they have a deep bench and are long on experience.
I was crestfallen when I learned that I did not make The Mortgage Observer’s list of the 50 Most Important People in Commercial Real Estate Financing. As a consolation prize I got to illustrate the cover. Art Direction by Ed Johnson.
Pitchers and catchers report today. Here’s a pair of uncommissioned images from the archives to celebrate the return of baseball.
Prints (and some other merch) are for sale over here: http://society6.com/johnwtomac