3W Anthology, Volume 1 is out!
This is a momentous day. 3W Anthology, Volume 1 is completed! We will be sending out digital copies for your viewing pleasure to anybody who follows us on Facebook, Twitter, or Tumblr. You can alternatively visit our website and sign up for e-mail updates to receive a copy.
Heads up! The collection of student work the Weekly Writing Workshop has put together has finally been released. There’s a ton of great art in here by Kevin Jan, Erica Ostrowski, Jill Kaczak, myself, and many others. You should scope it out!
I’ve been moving coasts but I’m still sketching all day. Here’s some houses, nipples, and a selfie
Summer means sketchbook time
Here’s a little illustration of one of the loveliest places I’ve ever been to. It was off the Rio Grande in Texas and had a string of the clearest pools I’ve ever seen. Dry as bones, but so beautiful
My brother likes to play games and has biker legs.
This is an editorial piece based off a sketch I did quite some time ago for class. It’s a response to an article about rap lyrics being used as evidence for criminal behavior. You can read it here
I’ve been traveling around the east coast a lot lately with my friends and my brushpen. Also, James Dean
A flower for Safiya by Alison George. http://www.alison-george.com
This project was put together to raise awareness for the kidnapped girls in Nigeria. 180 artists are making flowers for the girls who are still missing. You can see all of them here.
This flower is for Safiya, I hope she’ll get to hold her family again
These were two smaller pieces I made to accompany my thesis scroll. The one on the top is the story of Lot’s wife, who looked back while her city was burned for its sinfulness and was turned to salt. The one on the bottom is a vision received by the prophet Ezekiel of a valley full of dry bones that form together into people at his command.
Abraham and Isaac Climb The Mount
This reads bottom to top (although really it could go either way), and depicts the biblical story of Abraham and Isaac, in which Abraham goes to sacrifice his only son Isaac to his God. Unlike the original story, the Angel arrives too late to prevent Isaac’s death at the hands of his father.
I’ve been working on this since September, and I am very pleased to see it finally finished. I have photos of this hanging in my commencement exhibition that I’ll upload soon so you can see what all 70 inches of it looked like on the wall!