Portland Mercury Illustrations

Various illustrations for The Portland Mercury.

police-report-web

A vector illustration for an article on the Portland Police Department’s byzantine computer system for filing reports. AD Kathleen Barnett.

 

Oil-Train-Web

An illustration for an article on a proposed ban on oil trains in Portland. AD Kathleen Barnett.

Mud-Race-WebGun-Knife-Horizontal-webSherwood-OR-Web

Three illustrations for the “Worst. Night. Ever.” feature, including a mud race, an antique gun and knife show, and a pop-culture-inflected Robin Hood festival. AD Kathleen Barnett.

Dock Workers by François Vigneault

A drawing for an article on conflicts between dock workers and the wealthy members of the Port of Portland’s governing board. AD Kathleen Barnett.

OLCC & Guns by François Vigneault

A drawing for an article for an article about OLCC agents wanting to carry firearms on the job. AD Kathleen Barnett.

Camping Ban - Portland Mercury

An illustration for an article in the Portland Mercury about a looming court fight on Portland’s camping ban. AD Justin “Scrappers” Morrison.

Street Roots for The Portland Mercury by François Vigneault

An illustration for an article in the Portland Mercury about the homeless advocacy newspaper Street Roots moving to a weekly publishing schedule. AD Justin “Scrappers” Morrison.

 

Transportation Fee - Charlie Hales & Steve Novick by François Vigneault

An illustration for an article in the Portland Mercury, about a “retooled” transportation fee proposed by Mayor Charlie Hales and Commissioner Steve Novick. An (I hope!) obvious homage to Ed “Big Daddy” Roth. AD Justin “Scrappers” Morrison.