Monthly Archives: November 2014

iWatch

have you ordered your Apple Watch yet? Lev Grossman in Time magazine wrote: “The Apple Watch represents a redrawing of the map that locates technology in one place, and our bodies in another… Once you’re OK with wearing technology, the

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new work!

Cook what you love to eat! new cookbook! “Love It, Cook It, Eat It!” creative director: Ed Melnitsky. art director: Pauline Neuwirth. photographer: David Malosh. food stylist: Adrienne Anderson. prop stylist: Paige Hicks.   To see more of my work,

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motley crew

Shout-out to cartoonist, illustrator, and SVA instructor Tom Motley. I was unable to attend his lecture “Composition Lessons from Comics Masters” at the NY Comics & Picture-story Symposium, but he was nice enough to send me a copy of his

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ain’t lion

Finally saw The Lion King, now in its 17th year on Broadway. Of course, the star is Julie Taymor’s direction and costume designs. The performers are simultaneously performer, character and puppet. Taymor used the same approach in Spider-Man: Turn off

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sign of the times

glass sign over the entrance to the 1892 Algonquin Building, Saratoga Springs, NY

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glass houses

As Google Glass becomes available to the general public, it’s new real estate app will show you which houses are for sale as you walk down the street.  

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tina’s mouth

Discovered “Tina’s Mouth” by Keshni Kashyap and Mari Araki. So nice to see a mainstream publisher publishing a “graphic novel” (comic book book) for young adults. And such a good one!

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