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Margaret Atwood
Margaret Atwood

I regret that the Handmaid's Tale, written so many years ago, has been so incredibly prescient...

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Bob Dylan, Intelligent Life Magazine
Bob Dylan, Intelligent Life Magazine

This was created on the event of Mr. Dylan's 70th

Hugh Laurie, favorite human being
Hugh Laurie, favorite human being

besides Stephen Frye, of course

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T.S. Eliot
T.S. Eliot

I had a lot of fun with this commission, employing a few lines from Eliot's "Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock":

"I have measured out my life with coffee spoons"

"I grow old … I grow old … 

I shall wear the bottoms of my trousers rolled."

Maya Angelou
Maya Angelou
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Andrew Sullivan, Newsweek/Daily Beast
Andrew Sullivan, Newsweek/Daily Beast
Tom Wolfe,  Intelligent Life Magazine
Tom Wolfe, Intelligent Life Magazine

another in my series of portraits of authors fro Intelligent Life Magazine. I must have looked at 40 photos of Mr. Wolfe for this portrait, and he wears this impish smile in nearly every one.

Charles Dickens, Intelligent Life Magazine
Charles Dickens, Intelligent Life Magazine
Colin Firth, Intelligent Life Magazine
Colin Firth, Intelligent Life Magazine

I liked hearing reports of Mr. Firth's visit to the Intelligent Life offices, and it set the ladies a a-giggle

Tina Brown, Newsweek/Daily Beast
Tina Brown, Newsweek/Daily Beast

Ms. Brown first contacted me herself, asking if I would like to be the "signature look" of the Daily Beast. I was thrilled!

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

For this commission, the art director left it up to me to add anything to the portrait to help describe Mr. Conan Doyle. I cam e up with the spyglass, of course, and then I'm not sure how it developed into a sort of sporting racquet but it was a delightful turn for the portrait to take!

George Michael
George Michael

I have never been much of a George Michael fan, until I saw this video, and now I am fascinated by the possibility that he may be a comic genius...

Martin Amis
Martin Amis

The great, cantankerous Martin Amis, originally created for The Economist

prince.png
didion4.jpg
Margaret Atwood
Yorke.jpg
Bob Dylan, Intelligent Life Magazine
Hugh Laurie, favorite human being
IL_Roth_illustration.jpg
T.S. Eliot
Maya Angelou
IL_wodehouse_Illustration.jpg
Andrew Sullivan, Newsweek/Daily Beast
Tom Wolfe,  Intelligent Life Magazine
Charles Dickens, Intelligent Life Magazine
Colin Firth, Intelligent Life Magazine
Tina Brown, Newsweek/Daily Beast
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
George Michael
Martin Amis
Margaret Atwood

I regret that the Handmaid's Tale, written so many years ago, has been so incredibly prescient...

Bob Dylan, Intelligent Life Magazine

This was created on the event of Mr. Dylan's 70th

Hugh Laurie, favorite human being

besides Stephen Frye, of course

T.S. Eliot

I had a lot of fun with this commission, employing a few lines from Eliot's "Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock":

"I have measured out my life with coffee spoons"

"I grow old … I grow old … 

I shall wear the bottoms of my trousers rolled."

Maya Angelou
Andrew Sullivan, Newsweek/Daily Beast
Tom Wolfe, Intelligent Life Magazine

another in my series of portraits of authors fro Intelligent Life Magazine. I must have looked at 40 photos of Mr. Wolfe for this portrait, and he wears this impish smile in nearly every one.

Charles Dickens, Intelligent Life Magazine
Colin Firth, Intelligent Life Magazine

I liked hearing reports of Mr. Firth's visit to the Intelligent Life offices, and it set the ladies a a-giggle

Tina Brown, Newsweek/Daily Beast

Ms. Brown first contacted me herself, asking if I would like to be the "signature look" of the Daily Beast. I was thrilled!

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

For this commission, the art director left it up to me to add anything to the portrait to help describe Mr. Conan Doyle. I cam e up with the spyglass, of course, and then I'm not sure how it developed into a sort of sporting racquet but it was a delightful turn for the portrait to take!

George Michael

I have never been much of a George Michael fan, until I saw this video, and now I am fascinated by the possibility that he may be a comic genius...

Martin Amis

The great, cantankerous Martin Amis, originally created for The Economist

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