Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Illustration I did for last Saturday's New York Times Op-Ed page. Read about it here.
The piece concerns the case of Anwar Al-Awlaki, an American with links to Al Qaeda who was recently put on the United State's assassination list. He is currently hiding in Yemen.
The debate is whether or not the government should be allowed to assassinate an American in a country the United States is not at war with.
An interesting article, and a fun and challenging illustration.
Thanks to Aviva Michaelov at the NYT!!!
The first one was for an article about how all the good movies come out in December to catch the Award deadlines, and all the January films are crap.
The second one was for an article about how, based on the reason for the evaluation, the same piece of art can have different values.
Thanks again to Mark Reynolds! Always good to work with him.