Jay Adams

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I’m posting a drawing today that I did of Jay Adams when he passed away two years ago of a heart attack. The thing that struck me was the starkly different images of him when he was a California blonde … Read More

Ramon Castro

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The New York Times reports that the Associate Press reports that the Communist’s Party newspaper Granma reports that Ramon Castro passed away in the past day or two. In searching on images of the man he seemed like “a rather … Read More

Tim Cook

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Tim Cook under pressure from the FBI to provide a backdoor past the encryption of the phone used by one of the shooters in the recent San Bernardino attack.  “At stake is the data security of hundreds of millions of … Read More

Alvin Lee

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The late Alvin Lee. Ten Years After. Done in ball point pen with pencil crayon highlights. …dh

Van Cliburn

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Van Cliburn was a 23 year old American pianist who won the first International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow in 1958. The drawing is a caricature I did using a ballpoint pen. …dh

Johnny Winter

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I’m posting a picture today that I drew when Johnny Winter passed away in 2014. It was quick and easy using a couple of different weight Staedtler indelible ink liner pens. …dh

Thomas Piketty

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I sent this note to a friend early this morning: The link is to a piece that was in The Guardian, written by Thomas Piketty for ‘La Monde’ on the rise of Bernie Sanders. I don’t know if his premise … Read More

Edouard Michelin

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I’m posting a drawing that I drew ten years ago at the time of Edouard Michelin’s accidental death while he was fishing on the Atlantic off the coast of France. I didn’t do a fresh sketch today and when looking … Read More

Charles Bullen (This Is Not) The Heat

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I read a review in The Guardian of a recent performance by ‘This Is Not The Heat’, Charles Bullen and Charles Hayward. I would not likely have read it except the picture of Charles Bullen that went with the article … Read More

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