Tag Archives: Pennsylvania

Pink Skies

This was the sky over South Philadelphia last night. Just lately, I have not been seeing beautiful vistas such as this so I didn’t bother taking my camera. What was I going to see on a run to the corner … Continue reading

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‘Tis Autumn

Jefferson Square in South Philadelphia

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Headhouse Square

Off of South Street in Philadelphia, PA

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Caturday

Two for the price of one!

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Fall Arrives to Jefferson Square

The square is mostly green, but we are getting some colors of the season coming in.

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It was Strawbridge & Clothier

This was one of Philadelphia’s premier department stores. It has sadly gone out of business along with the rest of the retail chain. Tina and I and everybody I know who lives in Philadelphia shopped here. They had everything — … Continue reading

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17th and Walnut

Here’s another Photo Elective shot taken of a reflection in a florist’s window in the vicinity of 17th and Walnut in downtown Philadelphia, PA. I took this photograph as a sophomore at The Philadelphia College of Art. The Photo Elective … Continue reading

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Artists’ Corner

This was a little cartoon I did when I worked at Taws which was an art supply store located in Center City Philadelphia. This was for a short-lived newsletter published by the store called 100% Rag. I thought I had … Continue reading

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Chambers of Commerce – Eat, Drink and Be Merry!

Long before fine dining in Philadelphia took place in makeshift shacks made of forklift palette wood and plastic tarpaulins haphazardly situated on the pavements and streets outside of the actual brick-and-mortar restaurants, people read newspapers. They were actual newsprint newspaper … Continue reading

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Chambers of Commerce – Get a Tattoo!

Back when tattoos were still novel and newspapers had readers and thus advertising revenue and thus budgets to hire freelance artists, I did this cartoon for The Philadelphia Daily News. My illustrations accompanied an article entitled Chambers of Commerce which … Continue reading

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