I contributed this page as a tribute to Richard Scarry in a recently published zine called Secret Knock, a "fanzine for children's book lovers". Thank you to Siobhan O'Brien Holmes for putting it together. It's a painting of Huckle Cat, frequent protagonist of Scarry's books. It was done in waterolor & ink, the Scarry way.
You can buy a copy of the zine here.
I had a blast at my booth at the beautiful Westwood Art Show over the weekend. Thank you to the organizers for having me, everyone who stopped by and all of the wonderful new people I met. It was also a great way to spread the word about FSW, and I gave out around a hundred flipbooks. I also wanted to mention that there is a new local shop called Wooden Hill (located on the end of the strip where Treasure Alley used to be, they moved next door) that just opened their doors the day of the show on Saturday. It is a great store featuring all sorts of works form local artists, and you can pick up a copy of Tunnel-Ball and a few prints there from yours truly.
I have some buttons leftover from the show that I will include with all online orders while they last.
Awe-inspiring animation (drawn directly on 35 mm film) from Richard Reeves. In animation workshops, this is always my go-to first example for drawn-on-film animation, and it is (naturally) always quite a hit.