I created this simple 8-foot long, accordion fold drawing about food in St. Louis for FoodStock, a 2011 exhibition at Mad Art Gallery.
You can scroll across the entire panoramic illustration, from backyard barbecues to food trucks to fine dining and bars. I wanted to create an image that worked for individual pages, spreads and also when it was unfolded to different lengths.
I started off experimenting with gouache and a limited color palette. But eventually I decided to draw the line art scenes directly in a Moleskine Japanese album. Rather than sticking with one perspective system for the entire image, I varied and twisted the perspective between spreads.