Boise Weekly  |  July 2012
With the Mayan calendar end-of-the-world fears hitting fever pitch, Boise Weekly wanted to create a tongue in cheek guide to surviving the impending apocalypse. I was asked to illustrate each of the sections, which replaced the usual articles with survival pieces. I decided to mix elements from many types of doomsday scenarios, from robots and atomic bombs to aliens and zombies. I played these tropes against each other in a comical way, with the man and his son serving as the narrative link between all of the pieces as a play on Cormac McCarthy's "The Road."  All in all, it was a very rewarding experience, and a hell of a lot of fun to work on.
Intro - 11x17, Mixed Media
Music - 17x11, Mixed Media
Screen - 17x11, Mixed Media
Recreation - 17x11, Mixed Media
Dining - 11x17, Mixed Media
Shopping - 17x11, Mixed Media
Relaxation - 11x17, Mixed Media
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