Monday, October 17, 2011

another sketch from Zuccotti Park, October 15

This is a quick sketch of a mother and son.  He had been in the navy for 10 years, he's now in the reserves.  He said, "People in the military are just like everyone else-- we know the difference between right and wrong."  His mom looked on as passerbys eagerly engaged him in conversation: "I was a single mom," she said.  I must have raised him right."

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Occupy Oakland

Occupy Wall Street, October 15. 2011

These were some of my first rough sketches:

"The right to protest is something every kid should learn."

"Cleaning up elections will help us address all of our grievances."

Occupy Oakland

From Cartoonist Dan Archer:

From Occupy Chicago, Oct.9,2011

Images from OccupyChicago by investigative cartoonist, Sharon Rosenzweig, at

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Saturday, October 15, 2011

Artists Call: Document the Occupants!

Artists needed globally to document the occupants, answering the questions, "Who are these people and what do they want?"