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Chris Gash – Kids plates, moving pictures and a stolen Lichtenstein

Here are a few recent projects that were all out of my usual routine…

My first animated NYTimes Letters piece:

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The story was about attorneys who use delay tactics to stall unfavorable judgments. I tried to make the motion integral to the concept, not just a gimmick, and also considered how the looping could add to the idea, and not just be annoying. Here’s hoping it worked!

The Wall Street Journal asked me to do a big top- fold cover in a Lichtenstein Pop style. This was a fun piece to do and really exciting to see how big it ended up running:

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And finally, a career highlight for me – I was asked to illustrate 6 hairdos for a set of kids’ plates for the great Fred and Friends company! Here are the plates and the packages:

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Thanks for looking!

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