Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Roderick Mills


I like illustrators. Ran across Roderick Mills work today in a New York Times story about debates in the US surrounding science and politics. His illustrations are drawing that seems influenced by the printing process and layered media.

2 comments:

eric hanson said...

I am a sudden admirer of his. I saw his work on a book jacket, looked him up online, and it seems I was the only one who didn't know his art. Being an illustrator myself, my discovery is mixed with a certain envy. The line is so offhand, so cramped and wonderful, as if it comes straight from the id. He reminds me very much of another artist from a couple decades ago, who I also loved, Marvin Friedman.

Anonymous said...

He teaches at my old University. I was proud to be his student.