"King Cowboy Rufus Rules the Universe. This image accompanied a review of the quirky, postmodern play by Richard Foreman. Throughout most of the plays I've illustrated for The New Yorker, I typically sit in the audience, in the dark, drawing blindly in a sketchbook. When it's all over, I have about 20-30 pages of very rough material to make a final composition. The set and costumes in this play provided many intriguing visuals to work with." 11 x 11, pastel, acrylic, oil-based printing ink on paper.