Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Here we go...

This is one week worth of jobs not including a couple others that won't be out for a while. I also just found out that the UFC Magazine I did some work for last month is out on the stands so I'll be posting those tomorrow too.




2 cover variations for Philly Weekly as well as an inside illustration to head up the article on terrorist David Headly who planned the Mumbai bombings in 2008. His mom actually started the Khyber, a pretty well known Philadelphia venue. I'm going to add the final cover as well as a link to the article as soon as it's available online.

Young Mick Jagger for Philly Weekly

Sweaty summer music illustration for City Paper


Cover and full page inside illustration for City Paper

Poster for Gabriela from Jamup Distro and Atomic Lovers

11 comments:

hawk krall said...

That Kyhber thing is such a bizarre story..looks awesome - love the guy shooting up dope in the background!

alex fine illustration said...

Thanks Hawk, it's definitely an interesting chain of events that led up to him becoming a terrorist. I hope everyone reads the article today.

Brian Taylor Illustration said...

Sweet, homie. We'll both be in the latest UFC.

alex fine illustration said...

That's awesome, I'm just about to post the illustrations. DC/Baltimore are taking over haha.

Dominic Bugatto said...

Nice ones , esp the poster at the bottom. Great range.

alex fine illustration said...

Thanks Dominic, it was fun drawing a baby Buddy Holly for that one.

Dominic Bugatto said...

Could be a ringer for Kim Jung il too ;-)

alex fine illustration said...

I always thought Kim Jung Il looked like he could be into Psychobilly. He just needs a little pomade and a leather jacket haha.

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