Monthly Archives: June 2013

Guantanamo Drawings

I am currently in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, drawing for VICE. I’m covering the pretrial hearings of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, which you can read the first installment of. And traveled to Camp X-ray, the temporary prison that held the first prisoners … Continue reading

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New Vice article – Filthy Lucre

Artists too have their myths. The lies told to artists mirror the lies told to women. Be good enough, be pretty enough, and that guy or gallery will sweep you off your feet, to the picket-fenced land of generous collectors … Continue reading

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Bradley Manning and Us

Loyalty is life and death for soldiers. But like courage, it’s a morally neutral virtue. Its morality depends on how you view the cause it serves. Like any whistleblower, Manning may have betrayed his institution, but he did so out … Continue reading

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