Dahlia Lithwick, writing in Slate magazine, coined the term “faux-nanimous” for the kind of unanimous decisions the Supreme Court delivered today where concurring opinions read more like dissents. Read her article, you’ll like it. And I’ll just go ahead and post my pictures.
UPDATE: Another great article on the “faux-nanimous” opinions, this time from professor Garret Epps for The Atlantic
Beautiful work, Art. May I ask, do you pencil it in live, then add watercolor later?
Thanks, Pat. Yes, I do the drawing in pencil then splash some watercolor onto it. -Art