Austin Skyline from Academy & Ravine

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A view we often see of Austin walking back from our neighbors house. The old Terrace parking lot fell into shadow and it looks much better that way. Oh to have a park instead of a parking lot.
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Austin Beerworks Glass

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Michael and Adam of Austin Beerworks were kind enough to take Gloria, and friends Griselda and Aaron on a tour of their brewery in North Austin today. It was a very flavorful time. We saw the Works and sampled all their beers. In a word, awesome. I hope to return and do some drawings soon. If you haven’t had any of their beers you really must try them, they are all delicious. You can pick them up at my local favorite beer stop, the Whip-In (among others). I am going to take another shot at this glass today...
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Back Lot, Blackerby

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I took Mason up to his cello lesson at Blackerby violin shop and painted a wall in the back lot. Some buildings behind it had nice shadows on them. It all felt abstract and turned out that way. As we were getting ready to go I saw another spot on the corner of the wall that been tagged by surveyors and thought that it might be a neat series of paintings, to do locations where I find the oranges survey tags had been placed. / Painted over
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Ivy and the Wicker Suitcase

Our friends and neighbors Brian and Valerie have created a wonderful musical. If inclined please take a look and contribute to this beautiful project. And, as a bonus Mason plays cello, and Sam plays violin on it!

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Our Neighborhood Sign Man

Our friend and neighbor Evan Voyles makes the best signs around (for a long way around). He was written up on the UT Daily Texan today, they also had this video to go with the story.

Five Seconds from The Daily Texan on Vimeo.

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Squeaky Clean

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I was happy to do another illustration for Edible Austin. We actually do a lot of these homemade recipes at our house. Vinegar, good stuff!
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Dan

Did a sketch of our friend Dan, who stopped by to film us tying our shoes. edge
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My Boy

Our son Mason turned fourteen recently. Hard to believe, seems like yesterday that we were giving him a bath in the kitchen sink. Geez. Here is a sketch of our cool teenager.

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I drew this on my iphone using Skechbook. Which is now my favorite app for drawing.
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Going Mobile Illustration for Edible Austin

I was happy to be asked to do another illustration for Edible Austin. The story was about the food trailers that are popping up around town. Torchy’s is one of our favorites and I kind of had it in mind while working on this.


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Full Circle

Another illustration for the wonderful Edible Austin magazine.
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KUT

Our incredible radio station KUT and designer Ellen Buckmaster asked me to do some illustrations for a fundraising piece. KUT is hoping to build a new facility that will allow them to function more efficiently and interact with the public. Currently they are underground, up and down stairs and all over the place. flexible
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Edible Drawing

I was happy to do some illustrations for Edible Austin recently. We are big supporters of local food suppliers. Good for the tummy, neighborhood and planet.  flexible
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