A Weimar era cartoon I made that's just as relevant now as it was the day I drew it.
A cartoon I submitted to the New Yorker in the 40s. At the time, it was considered "ahead of its time."
An "outtake" from my recent Hedwig Sketchbook report for Vanity Fair. This is actually the first drawing I did the week of tech. It shows the stage manager and a costumer in the house, watching as John Cameron Mitchell rehearsed. The costumer ended up being the audience stand in whenever Mitchell practiced his "in the house" moments.
I’m down in Austin, clearing out a storage unit of forgotten memories and old furniture. Seems like a good time to share a few sketchbook pages of overflowing imagery. It’s like a metaphor for my life.
Ink On Paper on IPad.
The remarkable Andrew Rannells in rehearsal last week as he assumed the golden pumps of Hedwig on Broadway. I got to sit in and draw at the Belasco Theater on Tuesday and Friday as the company fine tuned the transition.