December 30, 2011

New York Times: Twenty Eleven

NY Times: Hikers Op-Ed
In September when the imprisoned hikers in Iran were nearing release I was in the process of moving and got a call from Aviva Michaelov at the New York Times to illustrate an Op-Ed by the co-founder of Lonely Planet Tony Wheeler. It was an interesting piece about the perceptions of the dangers of traveling the world. Ultimately the article did not run, but the quick turnaround provided the opportunity to go completely brush and ink which is always fun.

 I've really enjoyed working with the Times on illustrations for some significant events of the past year. Below are some of the letters pieces for revolts in Egypt, the torture debate, solitary confinement, and the withdrawal of U.S. Troops from Iraq.
NY Times: Tahrir Square Op-Ed NY Times: Torture Op-Ed NY Times: Solitary Confinement Op-Ed NY Times: Iraq Letters Op-Ed

3 comments:

Tim Furey said...

these are ill man!

Micah Champion said...

Fantastic work. There's a wonderful sense of graveness and deep emotional discontent/anxiousness I feel from your tones. And the inks feel like bullet points of emphasis.

H A R R Y G O A Z said...

Have a Wonderful New Year, Owen!