I’m surprised and honored to be listed as a notable alumni of the Class of 1984 of Hillsboro High School in Nashville, TN. Those early days were the genesis of my path to make a living as a professional artist. http://www.hillsborohsalumni.org/featured/index.php
Here’s an online flip page version of the recent comic.
This caricature illustration highlights some of 2009’s top news and entertainment stories. How many do you remember?
At my daytime job as the art director for the American Physical Society, there’s a holiday decorating contest. The publications department’s created a Sesame Street theme. Over the weekend, my family came by and we shot some photos.
My co-worker Becky and I at the American Center for Physics Halloween party. She dressed up as SPECTRA, a superhero we co-created for a comic book for the American Physical Society’s outreach program http://www.physicscentral.com
COMING IN SEPTEMBER: A newly-designed postcard to promote the next edition of PhysicsQuest, an activity/comic book presented by the American Physical Society’s Outreach Department: http://www.physicscentral.com
Michael Jackson: The KING of POP! Rest in Peace
Triple A? It’s Mr. Bossman. I’ve got a flat. Will you please send help …
I designed a sticker to be used on construction site workers’ hard hats. It also can be used as a vehicle bumper sticker. Regardless of the limited space, the sticker’s powerful message highlights the importance of science, technology and physics in today’s workplace. Photo by Brian Mosley, American Physical Society (www.aps.org).
Muskegon Michigan (like the rest of the country) has a bad problem with large potholes in the the city’s streets. The paper’s publishers came up with this idea after several city officials continued to prolong the repairing of the potholes. 0325_muskegon_potholes