Today I mailed out the first batch of Sketchbook – Issue Two! I’ll be dropping more off at the post office over the coming days, so subscribers, watch your mailboxes!!!
This issue features a number of situations that came to mind while listening to a radio program discussing the feasibility of growing potatoes on Mars.
Coots on Canals
There are also a few images of my experiences while living on a little canal boat in London.
You can see more of the first two issues here.
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This past Autumn I launched a new illustration magazine! Twice each year, subscribers of Sketchbook will receive a collection of all-new unpublished illustrations, developed from my sketchbooks.
Issue 1: Fire and Ice Cream. Gelato and Engine 55, in New York’s Little Italy neighborhood.
Summer in Italy is my first issue’s theme. My actual summer in Italy was over a decade ago, so this publication is a sort of nostalgic daydream Atlas of Italy.
Here I am in New York, looking at Sketchbook, in front of the fire station depicted on the cover.
You can see more of the first issue here.
There are still a few copies of issue 1 left. Issue 2 will ship in 2017. If you are an art buyer or art director, you can subscribe for FREE here.
A country veterinarian’s journal
A sad tale
The journal of Douglas Young, 1898–99
Thomas Field’s scrapbook, Galt, Ontario
Found in a Calgary bookshop. Sprinkled with four-leaf clovers
The handwriting: H.R.H. Prince Arthur
Money Spent in 1931, by H. Wilbur Schwartz of Wayne County, New York
Pants + spenders + socks for $3.68! A bushed of turnips for 10 cents!
I picked up this book, attracted by the handwriting throughout in the margins:
The Hall of Hellingsley Volume III, by Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges, published in 1821
“This book is a mere parcel of balderdash”
Love Letters: Lawrence and Louise