Friday, December 9, 2011

Out There: 1970's San Francisco







This series appears in the latest edition of Out There Magazine, a sexy, aesthetic, very handsomely produced Gay travel magazine out of the U.K. They accompany an interview with Armistead Maupin and Jake Shears on their recent collaboration, a musical adaptation of Tales of the City. As you can probably imagine, this was one of the coolest opportunities to come my way and became a sort of escape, there for a few weeks. I want to send out a big thanks to Senior Creative Editor, Martin Perry, it was a true pleasure collaborating 'across the pond' and I'm hoping to do it again soon. Check out the latest dazzling issue of Out There, on shelves now at Barnes and Noble.

Right better bash on! -Martin

8 comments:

jsz65 said...

Love it!

Alex said...

Just like I remember it. Beautiful work Jamey!

Jamey Christoph said...

Thanks guys! Oh yeah, you would've been there Alex, you lucky dog! I want to see pics. : )

FerRh said...

Really amazing your artwork. Congratulations on this great talent!
Rh Fernando Halcón
http://www.domestika.org/portfolios/rh_fernando_halcon

Koosje Koene said...

These are amazing!

Szabolcs Mezei_Montag said...

Excellent illustrations, brilliant use of colour and pattern. Although I didn't read your introduction of the entries, so it was a bit weird slowly recognizing the thematic beyond the touristical. :-)
Nice and subtle, and it doesn't wreck the other main attraction, SF.
I hope you get to create lots of architectural/touristic themed illustrations, as they are all quite beautiful. Thanks for displaying them.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
SD

Unknown said...

WOW! I love your work and your great sense of light! I love the subtly of color , and the underlying storytelling. Love it!

Jamey Christoph said...

Thanks so much guys! I hope I get more work like this too. : )