interviewed in Ballad of… Magazine (UK)
RED NOSE STUDIO
Animated PSA that promotes environmental justice by holding polluters accountable
From Chris’ blog: “This summer I teamed up with Good Thinking, Tin Roof Marketing, Primal Screen and R.E.M. along with a slew of unseen volunteers, to create an animated PSA for GreenLaw addressing the EPA’s proposed regulations under the Clean Air Act that would for the first time set carbon pollution limits for existing US electric power plants.”
for The Who, the What, and the When: 65 Artists Illustrate the Secret Sidekicks of History
by Jenny Volvovski, Julia Rothman and Matt Lamothe for Chronicle Books
Jungyeon Roh illustrated Martin Luther King Jr’s mentor Bayard Rustin for this “treasure trove of word and image for history buffs, art lovers, and anyone who rejoices in unexpected discovery.”
for The Parisianer
For this unique project, graphic artists Aurélie Pollet and Michael Prigent invited illustrators to contribute their own vision of Paris for an imagined magazine that draws inspiration from the iconic ‘New Yorker’ called ‘The Parisianer.’ The covers will be compiled into a book that will be released in November, followed by an exhibition in Paris in December. Read about the project here.
for The New York Times
‘When Did We Get So Old’ for the Sunday Review
RED NOSE STUDIO
for the Syracuse University Illustration Program
Chris Sickels is at Syracuse University this week. Over 3 days he will teach 2 stop-motion animation workshops and sit in on a few classes. As Symposium Guest, he speaks at Shemin Auditorium Wednesday, October 15th from 12:45 to 2:00pm.