Bill Murray
My 2019 Oscars illustration for the Washington Post of all 8 lead actors in the best picture nominated movies. I personally really liked Roma and the Favourite. The heads were used during live tweeting of the awards.
“Apartment 5A” a Seinfeld tribute pop-up show with Spoke Art Gallery at Parasol Projects in NYC opening August 16th. I wondered, what would the crew look like if Apartment 5A was in Brooklyn instead of the Upper West Side of Manhattan? Many argue that Kramer was already a hipster. Jerry is a selvedge denim type hipster, Elaine is a Doc Martins feminist hipster. George is a track fixie enthusiast hipster. What’s your alternate Brooklyn Seinfeld fan fiction story? A limited print run will be available of the group pose 18x24″ and also the individual characters 11x14″.
Elon Musk, wearing SpaceX's prototype flight suit with the Falcon Heavy rocket in the background.
Geoffrey Rush plays Albert Einstein in National Geographic’s “Genius”. For Variety Magazine.
Back to school time. Being a teacher in Betsy DeVos’ home state of Michigan for Hour Detroit Magazine. Spoiler, it’s not good.
For Golf Magazine’s Rules Guy column. This month there were several questions that involved deferring to the your local golf course committee and socialist theories. Mao, Stalin, Lenin
The classic film Casablanca is more relevant today than it ever was. Themes of aliens in flux, trigger-happy law enforcement and intimidating political regimes. Written by my new pal James Charisma out in Hawaii. 3 full page illos. Follow the story in Beneficial Shock! issue 4: War & Peace now in stores and available online. It’s a fantastic UK based magazine for film lovers and design enthusiasts co-created by my pal and illustrator Phil Wrigglesworth whom I met when I lived in London 7 years ago.
Elvis’ 1973 concert in Hawaii is one scene in Tom Fowler’s time traveling romantic comedy ‘Suspicious Minds’, where the couple tries to patch up their failing relationship by going on a time travel vacation. For the Radio Times in London.
Golf Magazine Rules Guy column about several possible golf Freudian slips.
Financial Times book review of Bret Easton Ellis’ new book ‘White’ — the micro-provocateur’s polemic on Trump, Twitter and being mugged by wokeness
Front page of Politico, Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier looks to ride a “Never Weber” wave into the European Commission presidency. For Politico Europe
There aren't many 10 out of 10 star records but N.W.A.'s 1988 album Straight Outta Compton is one of them. For a group show in Singapore at Kult Gallery. MC Ren, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Easy-E, DJ Yella
The Martha Stewarting of Powerful Women, for LongReads. How society disproportionately demonizes women after they’ve bent the same rules that men have always broken.
Denzel Washington as Malcolm X for They ranked Malcolm X as his best film.
In The Mood For Love 花樣年華 directed by Wong Kar Wai 王家衞. This 24x36″ poster is unlicensed and will live trapped on my computer unless a company wants to pick up the license for distribution. Since I haven’t seen any officially licensed Wong Kar Wai posters in the alternative movie poster world maybe its not possible? This film oozes with style, mood, and tension so much it gives me the chills and makes me have spasms its so good! Director of photography Christopher Doyle brings the good stuff and the score and soundtrack is amazing and creates a perfect marriage of music, writing, art direction, moving image, and vision that Wong Kar Wai does so well. I LOVE this flim! 花样年华 王家卫
Jrue Holiday is the adult in the room, the older veteran on a team of younger players (New Orleans Pelicans) For
Film needs its auteurs — such as Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorcese, Spike Lee and Francis Ford Coppola to think big, even if they fail. For the Sunday Washington Post.
Celebs in this one are Sophia Boutella and Bill Murray
Queen Elizabeth II at 3 different ages - Cover of Les Chapeaux de la Couronne published by EPA
Anita Mui and Leslie Cheung for the cover of the Rouge Criterion Collection release
Second string of Seinfeld characters as hipsters, Frank and Estelle Costanza, Puddy, Newman
Bruce Lee Foundation charity poster with Shoe Palace and Bottleneck Gallery
Peace Maker played by John Cena for Bottleneck Gallery
Harley Quinn played by Margot Robbie for Bottleneck Gallery
Baby Yoda for
Xi Jin Ping for L'obs
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