These illustrations are from a series of 36 x 24-inch signs made for Pima County’s Desert Haven Natural Resource Park. The park is in an urban environment in mid-Tucson and highlights how many native species from the desert outside of town can find suitable living places within the city.
This 24 x 36 illustration was created for interpretive signage at The Meadows Center for Water and Environment, in San Marcos, Texas, owned by Texas State University.
Mezcal Agave Talks Like That –by Felipe Molina and Larry Evers —Larry Evers & Felipe Molina DON JESUS Yoilo’i, a distinguished Yaqui deer singer, sang this song for us February 22. 1981, while we were visiting with him at his home in Potam, Río Yaqui, Sonora. Yaqui people call themselves Yoemem (People). In the … Read More
Exhibit sign art for The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, Texas State University
See and read more in the blog article about the Alvita herbal tea package project.
Download your own free Make Way for Monarchs poster. It’s a pdf designed to print for about a dollar at any quick printer, like kinkos or Officemax, with a laser printer. The image is 12 x 18 inches. Ask the printer to trim it down to have it bleed to the edges of the paper. … Read More
From The Reason for Flowers: Their History, Culture, and Biology, and How They Change Our Lives, by Stephen Buchmann
Pencil illustrations from the book Desert Terroir, by Gary Nabhan. These full page drawings face the chapter openings.
From the book, Frequently Asked Questions about Saguaros, by the Western National Parks Association.