Monthly Archives: August 2010

Obscura Antiques and Oddities, NYC

After AMNH, I made my way downtown to visit my friends Evan and Mike, proprietors of the famous Obscura Antiques and Oddities. I’m always amazed at how much material they are able to procure. Look at this. And this. And … Continue reading

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Museum of Natural History, NYC

Well, I managed to shake off all the summer mud and don a suit this week. Popped in to visit the good folks at The American Museum of Natural History (my wife and I have worked on a few illustration … Continue reading

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Summertime, Calvino Style

(Photo credit: Emily Dolan) I’m up in a tree somewhere being butch. See you in autumn.

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And Another Thing…

Just wanted to thank my dear friend Joanna Ebenstein for inviting me to talk at Observatory. Being an amateur, I tried to keep the tone casual and chatty, with lots of things to show and tell. The attendees were very … Continue reading

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For Sale: Container Bog

(Dwarf thrown in for scale. –Ed.) Mr. Bill Smith was kind enough to lend one of his container bogs (pictured above) for my Observatory talk this Thursday night in Brooklyn. He would like to inform you folks out in the … Continue reading

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Just a reminder to friends in Brooklyn that I will be giving an illustrated talk on the bogs of the New Jersey Pine Barrens this Thursday evening at Observatory. My good friend Mr. Bill Smith of Rarefind Nursery has one … Continue reading

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New Images

I have some new images over on my flickr account. Click the turtle’s nose to see more.

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