March to End Family Separation

There were demonstrations all across the United States this past Saturday against the administration’s immigration policies, and the separation of children from their parents as they try to cross the border. NYC saw a large demonstration crossing the Brooklyn Bridge from lower Manhattan, and a smaller demonstration in my neighborhood of Jackson Heights. The group […]

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From the Archives

Each weekend Studio 1482 will be featuring posts from the One Drawing A Day archives. Today’s post is by Veronica Lawlor, from back in 2016. It’s titled “Mountain of Media.” #ODADarchive As Margaret mentioned in her post yesterday, she and I went drawing to the Bernie Sanders rally in Washington Square Park Wednesday evening. What a […]

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Ninos 46

A while back, I was commissioned to illustrate a menu for a restaurant called Nino’s 46, in midtown. It was one of those fun, relaxing kind of jobs: sat across the street and made the drawing of the place. I had fun drawing the details of the building and I like the idea of the […]

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Lego Reportage

During my years working as a reportage illustrator, I have drawn in many of the world’s most fantastic cities. But this reportage assignment may have just been the most fantastic of all. A few years ago, I was contacted by Matthew McNerney of RAA to work with him and the team to design dioramas for […]

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