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Another Bus Stop

The second assignment in Austin Lee’s Prototyping Lab class was to use six examples from an animation library and create a new, short animation of our own. I decided to create some vector art to illustrate this assignment, using familiar characters from my Urbanity Planet series. I first looked… Read More

Announcing: Urbanity Planet!

What would happen if the cost of living on Planet Earth became so high that recent college grads couldn’t afford to live there anymore? They’d pack up their space ships and move to Planet N!#ult0n, of course. My new weekly webcomic, Urbanity Planet, follows the bumblings, ramblings, mistakes… Read More

Commuter Naps is here!

grownup stroller

Studies show that you can improve sleep-deprived brain chemistry by taking short naps throughout the day.  The characters in my new book, Commuter Naps, seem to have figured this out. Released on April 11th, this book of illustrations shows ordinary people on their way to work, some of whom happen to… Read More

New minicomic: Commuter Naps

For two years, I’ve been working on an idea for a book of illustrations, and I’m pleased to announce that this project finally has a release date: April 11th, 2016!  Commuter Naps is a collection fantastical ink wash drawings showing urban dwellers sleeping in strange places on their way to work.  Whether it’s… Read More

User Experience Critique

An early homework exercise in my General Assembly User Experience class was to pick a product or service that you have had a negative experience with and write a letter “breaking up” with them.  I immediately thought of my frustrations with my current car sharing service, Enterprise Car… Read More

Urbanity: Ongoing

This comic was inspired by Planetizen’s coverage of the American Planning Association’s recent convention in Chicago (OK, so the convention happened several weeks ago but I am only posting this now).  I was inspired in particular by an interview with D. Bradford Hunt and John B. DeVries, where… Read More