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THE NEW YORK YANKEES and NYC&Co commissioned this four foot baseball, seen here with Joe Torre, the New York Yankees manager for an Atlanta Braves vs New York Yankees game in Turner Field.
New York Yankees commission artist Tom Christopher



BURTON SNOWBOARDS CRUZER SERIES designed by
Tom Christopher

Tom Christopher designs Burton Snowboards

Tom created this illustration for Los Angeles Times Magazine atricle about novelist Jack London's surfing the waves of Waikiki

Los Abgeles Times Magazine Illustration


These designer swimsuits were illustrated by Tom for Town and Country magazine

illustrated swimsuits by Tom Christopher

The Roseland Mural - 225 feet by 35 feet on West 53rd street, featured on the opening of the
Late Show with David Letterman. This mural involved 'at risk' kids from Park West High School. Artist Tom Christopher Mural

Tom Christopher New York City

Painting donated for the annual report for
The Citizens Committee of New York City.

Tom Christopher Billiards Commission

Billiard Commission of America - This poster, announced the US Open 9 Ball competition and was signed by all the participants.

Artists paint a white cow,
The City of New York City.

Reportage assignments - Courtroom art, NBC News from 1979 Palimony trial. Lee Marvin finally noticed us drawing him and gave us the finger on the forehead scratching gesture then a cross eyed look as Michelle Triola described her "heroic efforts" holding a drunken Lee Marvin by his ankles as he tried to plunge out a 20th story window. According to Michelle she save his life on numerous occasions. She was well over 5ft tall.
Lee Marvin looked like a guy you did not want to be on the wrong side of. The only guy I ever met whom I felt could kick Chuck Norris with one hand lighting a cigarette. Coolest of the cool. Court drawing of Lee Marvin

On-site drawings from St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington, DC. Ward 11, criminally insane patients.
Commissioned by Psychology Today.

On site drawings from St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington, DC. Ward 11, criminally insane patients. Commissioned by Psychology Today.

On-site reportage drawings done for various news agencies Tom Christopher Reportage drawings
Tom Christopher Reportage drawings
Tom Christopher Reportage drawings
Tom Christopher Reportage drawings
Tom Christopher Reportage drawings

Tom Christopher Courtroom Drawings

Courtroom Drawings - courtroom artist for CBS Network News.


The night before Christmas


Scenes from The Night Before Christmas


Scenes from The Night Before Christmas

 

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