Better Cities Through Design 24x36” screenprint  ($80 CAD)
It’s always a pleasure to stretch out and make tall illustrations in print, and this gentleman ("Better Cities Through Design" is his name) originally stood about 20" tall in the 25 June 2014 issue of the Washington Post accompanying a piece about that city’s (and many other cities') efforts at finding greater health through design. Now he’s somewhat taller and definitely grander. With and within him: urban gardens, bikes, lemonade, the Anacostia River, pleasant stairwells, the Smithsonian Museum, bike lanes, pedestrian lanes, specific houses, green spaces, a Metrobus, swing set, fresh fruit, a farmer's market and a chipper little dog. Screenprinted in an open edition with 1.5” margins, signed and dated on reverse.
Screen printed poster of a man walking a dog, inside him are illustrations of city life like architecture, biking, and parks.