Yet another massacre has occurred in the historically war-torn region of the Southern United States – and so soon after the religious festival of Easter.
Brian McConkey, 27, a Christian fundamentalist militiaman living in the formerly occupied territory of Alabama, gunned down…
Here’s a small illustration I did for this past Sunday’s New York Times Magazine. It accompanied an article by Mark Leibovich, asking question of just when Hillary Clinton’s inevitable presidential campaign will begin.
A message from Traditional Canadians for the Preservation of the Traditional Definition of All Things Traditional.
Rick Mercer FTW.
Title Cyclists Keep Them Clean
Collection Eckersley Archive: University of the Arts London
Designer Tom Eckersley
Description The poster slogan is in black [cyclists] and white. A secondary slogan, ‘MAKE SURE YOU ARE SEEN’ is in mint. The image is of the back of a bike, in black with white wheel guards and a red light, and cyclist [cut off at the waist] in black block silhouette. The edges of the cyclist and tyre have been dabbed and this gives the appearance of texture. A red circle is on the cyclists right thigh [depicting his front light]. The background colour is dark blue blending into mint at the footer. Printed by, Loxley Bros Ltd.
Measurements 75cm by 19.5cm.
Rights Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents
Indian Harbour, N.S., 1951
Joseph Sydney Hallam, Canadian, 1899 - 1953
Oil on board
Overall: 30.5 x 40.6 cm
Gift from the Fund of the T. Eaton Co. Ltd. for Canadian Works of Art, 1952
© 2013 Art Gallery of Ontario