Tag Archives: drawing

Can Humor Be A Factor In Peace?


I just posted a new piece on my Forbes column, and it is about my time drawing and speaking at Forum D’Avignon, a French think-tank on culture. I hope you go visit the page and read the text and see … Continue reading

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Rendering The Unspoken: my recent TED talk


Last week, I delivered another TED talk, this time at TEDxBAW, or otherwise known as TEDxBayArea Women. The conference organizational theme was women entrepreneurs around the globe, and there were many fascinating and inspirational talks throughout the day, by both … Continue reading

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Drawing Bodies


I am excited to have the opportunity to do another TED talk, and to speak at the TEDxBAW event next week. I have been at work on my talk over several months–it is a long process to craft something using … Continue reading

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Living Your Dreams


This is the text of a talk that I gave this spring, along with some of the cartoons I showed, for an organization called Generations. They asked me to speak about “Living Your Dreams.” *** I’m going to talk a … Continue reading

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Speaking Cartoon


One of the questions that we cartoonists often get is, “How did you arrive at your style?”  It’s a difficult one to answer, because for many of us (myself included), there is no simple answer.  And most of us simply … Continue reading

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Watching Everyone Better


This is a drawing I did for a postcard for The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art. They wanted to make a card to publicize my show, and I tried to think of something funny that represented my years in … Continue reading

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